Thursday, October 21, 2010

Mobile email from on Wednesday launched ‘Rediffmail NG', the next generation email service that works across all mobile phone platforms including Symbian, Java and Android, as well as on all mobile phones in the market.

“India's 67-crore mobile phone users now have the advantage of being able to send and receive unlimited email, look up contacts and assign tasks to the calendar, and set reminders with the same ease from mobile devices as from their PC — and all for the lowest price available (Rs.50 a month, inclusive of data charges),” said India Chairman and CEO Ajit Balakrishnan.

Users of Rediffmail NG can maintain service upon switching phones which has become increasingly important with the introduction of new phone models on a continuous basis. Additionally, Rediffmail NG offers seamless service across a users phone and PC, providing instant and secure synchronisation, and full-service features including administrative control, SMS and always-on email service, he pointed out.

Pact with MTNL
Meanwhile, has also joined hands with Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd. to offer email service on mobile phones.

The service is available for MTNL users in Delhi and Mumbai currently. The company is in talks with other telecom operators to expand the service.

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Online portal in India for Grocery purchase

Here is a boon for working couples in Bangalore and Hyderabad. You need not spend lot of time in Grocery shopping anymore.

You can also save petrol, traffic and energy for something else. A new portal has come up - - that delivers the Grocery for you at your door step. The delivery is done for free as long as you order for a minimum of Rs. 300.

Greeny tails also promises to supply you with tonnes of promotion codes/coupons if you send them an email at, with subject line bearing "Request for promotion codes". The portal seems to be promising but still lots of work to be done for sure.

Monday, May 10, 2010

Create your own ringtones

Wolfram Tones is an online sound generator that can help you create 100% original patterns of music that you can download to your cell phone and use as a ringtone. You’ll get a different tone every time you press the composition button.

Using Wolfram is simple. Just select a genre or style of music for the ring tone (like Rock, Jazz, Classical, etc.) and the program will generate a completely random but pleasing tone. You can even specify how various musical instruments should be used to render the composition.

When you are done, you can either download the MIDI ringtone to your computer or you can send it directly to your cell phone via SMS as a ringtone attachment.

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Search Engine by Apple?

Rumours are floating around that Apple may be building a search engine. As per tech crunch, the rumour may not be true as they have not seen any search companies losing their employess to Apple.

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Gmail with Video chat

Google has added the video chat feature to their fast growing popular Gmail application.

In order to access Gmail Video and Voice Chat, users have to install the voice and video plug-in and Google takes care of the rest.

Google and the Gmail team are in the initial stages of rolling this feature out to PC and Mac machines, which means the functionality may not appear right away. But don't worry, the Gmail team guarantees that the functionality will be available to everyone in the next couple of days.

Monday, October 8, 2007

Vonage settles dispute with Sprint

Wireless telecoms carrier Sprint Nextel and Internet phone company Vonage said on Oct. 8 they had settled a patent dispute and entered into a licensing agreement.

A federal court jury found in September that Vonage had infringed Sprint patents and ordered Vonage to pay $69.5 million in damages.

Vonage said the agreement is valued at $80 million. Sprint will license its technology, which helps connect phone calls between Internet and telecoms networks, to Vonage.

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

New features from Google Docs and Spreadsheets

Here are some cool features from Google for their Docs and Spreadsheets application.

They say they have focused more on the following areas.

Looking pretty
Getting organized
Search that thinks ahead

Looking Pretty - Yes, you can see the difference as soon you enter. It is a lot more easier to view the contents and looks pleasant too.

Getting organized - The much awaited folders option are available now. Interesting thing is it act as a tag too!!! I defintely love the drag & drop option.

Search that thinks ahead - The search has become more or like the Google Suggest. As you start typing you start getting the suggestions based on the file names you have saved already in your account.

All these new features defintely add value to makes life even more easier for the users.

More details here