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 SettingThis setting can be used by any application, PC Connectivity and for Wap Browsing. Name : BSNLSTREAMData Bearer : Packet DataAccess Point : bsnlstreamUsername/Password : Leave it blank Authentication : NormalHomepage : http://google.com (or any …

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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 …

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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. …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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