BSNL New GPRS Setting For West Zone

Recently BSNL Changed its GPRS Setting for West Zone Customer.
Here is Details and Setting For new GPRS/Wap/MMS setting :

GPRS Setting
This setting can be used by any application, PC Connectivity and for Wap Browsing.

Name : BSNLSTREAM
Data Bearer : Packet Data
Access Point : bsnlstream
Username/Password : Leave it blank
Authentication : Normal
Homepage : http://google.com (or any of your fav site )
Proxy IP/Port : NIL

WAP Browsing

Wap setting can be used for browsing using internal browser of the phone for browsing WAP Enabled pages. Please note you cannot use the WAP Setting for checking POP/SMTP/IMAP email, or use with other application ( unless provided by provider )

Name
: BSNLLIVE
Data Bearer : Packet Data
Access Point : bsnllive
Username/Password : Leave it blank
Authentication : Normal
Homepage : http://bsnllive.in
Proxy IP : 10.220.67.131
Proxy Port : 8080

Name : BSNLNET
Data Bearer : Packet Data
Access Point : bsnlnet
Username/Password : Leave it blank
Authentication : Normal
Homepage : http://www.google.co.in ( Or any of your fav wap site )
Proxy IP/Port : NIL

MMS Setting
MMS or Multimedia Messeging services, is used for sending/receiving Multimedia messages from Mobile Phones
Name : BSNLMMS
Data Bearer : Packet Data
Access Point : bsnlmms
Username/Password : Leave it blank
Authentication : Normal
Homepage : http://bsnlmmsc.in ( Or any of your fav wap site )
Proxy IP : 10.210.10.11
Proxy Port : 8080

For any assistance regarding GPRS/WAP/MMS Setting contact all India BSNL Customer care @ 9422024365/
1800 180 1503 / 1503 / 24365

Source : BSNL

Consumer group slams RealPlayer as ‘badware’

A consumer advocacy group is blasting RealNetworks for installing adware and other software without properly notifying its users. In a report published Thursday, StopBadware.org faults the latest version of RealPlayer for secretly installing its Rhapsody Player Engine during the RealPlayer installation.

“RealPlayer 11 does not disclose that it installs Rhapsody Player Engine, and does not remove the software when RealPlayer is uninstalled,” Stopbadware says in the report. Rhapsody Player Engine is required to access RealNetwork’s online music service. But because users are not told that they have installed the product it could become a liability, using up the computer’s hard-drive space or processing power, or even creating a security risk for consumers if bugs are discovered in Rhapsody, said Maxim Weinstein, StopBadware’s manager.

Intel to launch X48 in mid March, sources claim

Intel has informed motherboard makers that it will definitely launch its X48 chipset in mid March, two months later than its original launch date, according to industry sources. The X48 chipset was originally slated for launch in January, but Intel pushed it back as inventory of X38 had yet to be cleared, the sources said.


Some makers, such as Gigabyte Technology and Micro-Star International (MSI), have already announced details of their X48 motherboards, but Intel’s delay in officially launching the new chipset is preventing the mobo makers from setting shipping schedules of their new motherboards

Dell Suit Reveals Lucrative Domain-Name Trade

A civil suit filed in Florida by Dell and its Alienware subsidiary is giving insight into the enormous sums of money that can be made by creating Web pages full of advertising links. In October, Dell sued a group of domain registrars, alleging the companies bought more than 1,100 domain names with trademark-infringing characteristics, such as “dellbatterrogram.com” in order to put advertising links on the pages.


The practice, known as typosquatting, is illegal. It’s intended to draw unwitting Web surfers to pages with URLs (uniform resource locators) that are similar to legitimate sites, and then redirect them to other sites. The owners of these Web sites get revenue from advertising referral programs every time a link is clicked.

Windows Server 2008 Is Microsoft`s Leanest, Meanest Yet

“Faster” and “slimmer” are two adjectives to which few software product upgrades can lay legitimate claim—particularly if the software upgrade in question is a Windows operating system.

And, yet, Microsoft’s Windows Server 2008, which recently hit the RTM (release to manufacturing) milestone, demonstrates that Microsoft is capable of producing a lean, mean server machine—and doing it, no less, atop the same code base that backs the company’s oft-maligned Windows Vista client operating system.


The new Windows Server boasts a set of networking enhancements that dramatically boost file serving performance, and the product can be deployed in a new, stripped-down Server Core configuration, which significantly reduces the attack surface of systems hosting certain Windows Server roles.


Toss in a more modular and securable Web server in IIS (Internet Information Services) 7.0, Microsoft’s new hypervisor-based virtualization functionality and a host of management enhancements, and Windows Server 2008 merits eWEEK Labs’ Analyst’s Choice designation

Kodak Designs New CMOS Sensor

Eastman Kodak Company revealed today in a press release that it has created the world’s first 1.4 micron, 5 megapixel device, the KAC-05020 Image Sensor. Using significantly smaller pixels, this sensor enables a higher level of resolution in small optical formats which will be especially useful in devices like cellphones: the sensor allows for full 720p video at 30fps in a quarter-inch camera. Unlike other small-pixel sensors which can produce poor images, especially under low light conditions, the 1.4 micron pixel used in the KAC-05020 is reportedly able to provide image quality that can equal or surpass what is available from current devices using larger, 1.75 micron pixel CMOS designs.


In a standard CMOS pixel, a signal is measured by detecting electrons that are generated when light interacts with the surface of the sensor. As more light strikes the sensor, more electrons are generated, resulting in a higher signal at each pixel. Kodak’s new pixel, however, uses the absence of electrons is used to detect a signal by reversing the polarity of the underlying silicon, allowing for a smaller design. Further gains in sensitivity were achieved by adding panchromatic, or “clear,” pixels to the red, green and blue pixels already on the sensor. Since these pixels are sensitive to all wavelengths of visible light, they collect a significantly higher proportion of the light striking the sensor.

Camera phones and other small-pixel consumer imaging devices often suffer from poor performance, especially under low light conditions,” said Chris McNiffe, General Manager of Kodak’s Image Sensor Solutions business. “By completely rethinking the design of the CMOS pixel and leveraging our work with high sensitivity color filter patterns and algorithms, Kodak was able to develop this remarkable new sensor that will enable a level of imaging performance previously unavailable from CMOS devices.

Over Clock Your Graphic Card

In this Guide I will tell you how to over clock your Graphics Card under Windows XP/Windows Vista. First of all you have to download Riva Tuner from HERE. Then After Install it, when you start Riva Tuner for the first time it will make some registry info which may take some time. Then soon you get a screen like this

Then click on the customize icon under the Driver Settings

Then from the small menu which comes up click on the first option

Then from the window which comes up

Change your clocks according to your needs, don’t increase or decrease it too much, safe range is 50-100 MHz but some cards can go higher than that. After changing the clock speeds Test them and if they are fine apply them. Also if you want your Increased Graphic Speed to load automatically every time you start Windows check the radio button next to “Apply Over clocking at Windows Startup”.

Click on Apply and then click on Ok and then close Riva Tuner. Then play the game which you want to with better frame rates! Also if your games crash or you see some artifacts on your Screen while playing a game, lower the clock speeds a bit say by 5-10 MHz!

Article Submitted By Rajesh Pandey

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ICANN Going to test Multilingual Domain Names

ICANN is now going to test the Top level domains in 11 languages Arabic, Persian, Chinese (simplified and traditional), Russian, Hindi( ?????? ) , Greek, Korean, Yiddish, Japanese and Tamil .

According to their statement currently, only the ASCII characters A through Z are available for use in the portions of the domain before the top-level domains, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) said in a statement. A site with content that’s entirely in Japanese, for example, can have the initial portion of its URL in Japanese, but the URL still needs to end in a .com or .net spelled out in ASCII characters, according to the statement.

From 15 October 2007, Internet users around the globe will be able to access wiki pages with the domain name example.test in 11 test languages — Arabic, Persian, Chinese (simplified and traditional), Russian, Hindi, Greek, Korean, Yiddish, Japanese and Tamil.

Right now only the ASCII characters a through z are available for use in top level labels — the part of the address after the dot,” Dr Twomey added. “Users will be able to have their name in their language for their Internet when full IDN implementation makes available tens of thousands of characters from the languages of world.”