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 Biggest helmet made in Spain

Biggest helmet made in Spain

Friday, April 30, 2010 18:15

University students in Spain have manufactured the biggest helmet in the world to raise awareness regarding use of helmet during labour. As many as 200 university students from Huelva city got registered the helmet in Guinness Book of World Record, which is five meters wide and seven meters ...

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Why Government Websites are Big #Fail

Why Government Websites are Big #Fail

Friday, April 30, 2010 10:35

Jabran Rafique, other day, wrote issues relating to privacy of online identity and how our Government websites mis-handle it. We have seen other instances too where the lack of professionalism is evident from the work our Electronic Government Directorate does. If we look at semi-government websites, particularly the educational institutes, we ...

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Ten Amazing Brain Facts

Ten Amazing Brain Facts

Thursday, April 29, 2010 18:24

What part of you is only 1% to 3% of your body's mass, yet uses 20% of all the oxygen you breathe? Your brain! Here are ten more brain facts. - Your brain needs a continuous supply of oxygen. A 10 minute loss of oxygen will usually cause significant ...

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Ufone Revises its Postpaid Tariffs

Ufone Revises its Postpaid Tariffs

Thursday, April 29, 2010 10:29

Ufone has revised its postpaid packages, while adding more on-net and off-net free minutes, SMS bundles and IDD buckets. Calls are charged on per minute basis.Amongst all other previous packages, Unite remains there with almost the same pricing. Here goes the details..! Package Details ...

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Nokia Announces 12 MegaPixeled N8

Nokia Announces 12 MegaPixeled N8

Wednesday, April 28, 2010 18:41

The Nokia announced today its latest smartphone N8 in an event. The first device to be powered by the brand new Symbian^3 platform, the Nokia N8 will launch with an ability to capture photos and video to rival dedicated point and shoot cameras. The biggest feature on the ...

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Expert Meeting on ‘Mobile 2.0 Applications, Conditions’ Concludes

Wednesday, April 28, 2010 12:23

The Expert Forum Meeting on “Mobile 2.0 Applications and Conditions” has concluded that the policy makers and service and application providers of South Asian countries should focus on strategies for the improvement of broadband penetration in the region. There must be multiple approaches to deal with the issues faced by the ...

Pakistan Has Become a Hot Spot for IT Outsourcing

Pakistan Has Become a Hot Spot for IT Outsourcing

Tuesday, April 27, 2010 19:31

Why is Pakistan the hot new offshore information technology (IT) destination? This is because of a combination of favorable economic circumstances. Just when many Western managers are finally becoming comfortable with the idea of working closely with Indian IT firms, along comes Pakistan. [caption id="attachment_390" align="alignright" width="172" caption="Pakistan IT ...

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GREEN CARD FOR IT PROFESSIONAL IN GERMANY

Tuesday, April 27, 2010 19:25

In order to meet a current temporary demand for highly qualified experts in information and communication technology, up to 20,000 foreigners with a university or polytechnic degree and a place of residence outside the European Union / European Economic Area can be granted a work permit for a ...

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Google searches trigger error messages in China

Google searches trigger error messages in China

Tuesday, April 27, 2010 10:21

Searches on Google's Chinese-language site failed to return results on Tuesday from within China, but it was not immediately clear if the site was blocked or if the problems were due to a service glitch. Google last week said it would no longer bow to government censors in Beijing and effectively ...

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Cable TV Operators to Increase Number of Broadband Users

Sunday, April 25, 2010 22:23

The numbers of broadband subscribers are likely to grow as the telecom regulator has started issuing licenses to Cable TV operator for Direct Subscriber Line (DSL) services on their existing infrastructure, as reported by Daily Times. Official sources said the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) would issue license to potential cable TV ...

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