Wednesday, 27 February 2013

INDIA incredible INDIA

The issue that we have to take care..........            
         
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               Before i started this blog, i planned to create a blog mainly discuses with the topics like  technology,gadgets, automobiles and something which seeks attention only from the younger generations. But now i felt disappointed by myself that so many issues are happening in our day to life. and i didn't even bothered about that and i think i lost my mind to raise against those issues. and now i would like to share some words with you about our nation.

How hard to believe ?


            Country like India with a wide variety of cultures and lifestyle and associated rituals and customs. truly it's incredible. but the harsh reality goes beyond those incredibility. people in India facing so many issues today from the basic needs to an esteemed needs. when it comes to political scenario each and everyone is polluted with corruption. they are not actually serving people they serve for themselves. in order to inculcate the people in our country they play politrics. that we can see over a long period of time.    
         

               One of the basic and foremost issue that we are facing is the poverty. And it still persist without any decrease of intensity in some countries in Africa. the extreme level of poverty is the hunger and the people over there faces over various generations. while we come to our country this case is not far from other poor nations. India is estimated to have a third of the world's poor. In 2010, World Bank stated, 32.7% of the total Indian people fall below the international poverty line of US$ 1.25 per day (PPP) while 68.7% live on less than US$ 2 per day.
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               According to 2010 data from the United Nations Development Program, an estimated 37.2% of Indians live below the country's national poverty line. A 2010 report by the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI) states that 8 Indian states have more poor people than 26 poorest African nations combined which totals to more than 410 million poor in the poorest African countries.According to a new poverty Development Goals Report, as many as 320 million people in India and China are expected to come out of extreme poverty in the next four years, while India's poverty rate is projected to drop to 22% in 2015. The report also indicates that in Southern Asia, however, only India, where the poverty rate is projected to fall from 51% in 1990 to about 22% in 2015, is on track to cut poverty in half by the 2015 target date.


             These are all statistical data. But the reality is worst than this. there are lot's and lot's of N.G.O 's are organised in worldwide and nationwide and they are working efficiently. but in order to taking care of this large number of poor people in our country that wouldn't be enough to sustain. 


             You just imagine a world were people without hunger, and all the children is going to school. my wish is that everyone should be able to get at least their basic needs. 



Save India !


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Monday, 25 February 2013

Audi R8 facelifted version complete review


The changes in the updated Audi R8  is more than skin-deep.


It’s been five long years since Audi bowled everyone over with its mid-engined R8 supercar. This means it’s time for a facelift..

This Audi supercar seems to take pride in its efficient and no-nonsense garb. In fact, it even feels the same as it did five years ago, except now it looks even more technical. For instance, there are new full-LED headlights that are now standard fitment. There’s the new chamfered, hexagonal Audi grille and the air intakes also match it. However, the most distinctive visual change is at the rear. The new all-LED tail-lights are really striking, and have turn indicators that ‘swipe’ outwards when activated. As for the rest of the R8, it’s still very much the same. So the hockey puck looks sharper now, but does it drive any sharper?

The powerhouses remain unchanged – there’s a 4.2-litre V8, and the engine in the car I was driving, the 5.2-litre V10. This Lamborghini-sourced motor develops 518bhp of power and 54kgm of torque. And the V10 in Spyder form weighs in at 1745kg; once again, pretty much identical to the previous car. All of these figures are the same as the outgoing R8, but when you look at the acceleration figures, the new car is faster. So what exactly is different? 

The single biggest change to the R8 is the gearbox; the single-clutch robotised manual of old has been replaced by a dual-clutch unit. Developed specifically for the R8, the wet twin-clutch unit helps cut the 0-100kph time down by almost half a second, the ton now coming up in a claimed 3.8 seconds. And the top speed is 311kph.

it’s easy to forget that this is a supercar, because it feels so civilised and the gearbox shifts smoothly and quickly. The suspension feels nice and reasonably pliant too. 

So the facelifted R8 is pretty much the same as the old car. It continues to be perfectly civil, extremely precise, even more efficient and just a little bit more exciting. 

But that wasn’t the end of the story. There was more excitement . With the facelift, Audi has launched a new ‘Plus’ version of the R8 V10 coupĂ©. It uses ultra-light forged wheels and carbon-ceramic brakes, which alone save 2kg. The front splitter is made of light carbon fibre, as are the rear diffuser and the R8’s trademark side blades. It all adds up to shave 50kg off the kerb weight of the standard R8 V10. The engine bay is lined with carbon fibre too, and that jewel of a motor now develops 542bhp. That means it’s finally on par with Lamborghini’s entry-level Gallardo LP550-2. And that is very good news.

Yes, you can bet it was exciting, and with the loads of four-wheel-drive traction, all that power was put down with ease. The Misano race circuit is quite narrow, and if it wasn’t for the 4WD system, I probably would not have enjoyed myself even half as much. Push hard into a corner and the R8 V10 Plus will slide, but the Quattro system just sorts things out and keeps you going. With the ESP on, it induces understeer even though it can only send a maximum of 30 percent of the torque to the front wheels. The new carbon-ceramic brakes delivered astounding stopping power, so you can brake really late.  

The Plus also comes with non-adjustable dampers that are set to a sportier setup, which felt just right for the race track. And as I got more and more used to the car, I was able to push it harder, revel in the superb grip from the Quattro system and the massive 19-inch rubber, and the sheer balance of this mid-engined supercar. I could really push it through the long, fast bends and nail the accelerator coming out of the corners. And the Plus proved that it is every bit an R8, only faster and more exciting. But, somehow, it still won’t give you goosebumps. 

If what you want is simply the best-handling sports car you can buy for half the price of a Ferrari 458, then don’t think any further. The chassis is so well sorted and the R8 feels so civilised that you can easily use it as an everyday car too. The neutral and fabulous handling makes you feel like a hero at the wheel, but it also leaves you a little cold at the end of the day. The R8 has all ingredients of a full-blooded exotic, but it still lacks some of the mystique of its rivals of Latin origin.

Fact File
Price Range (in lakhs)*
Ex-showroom price  Rs 1.6-1.9 crore (est. ex-showroom)
Engine
Fuel              Petrol
Installation    Mid, longitudinal, all-wheel drive
Type            V10, 5204cc, petrol
Power         518bhp at 8000rpm / 542bhp at 8000 rpm (Plus)
Torque        54kgm at 6500rpm / 55kgm at 6500rpm
TransmissionType       all-wheel drive
Gearbox  7-speed dual-clutch auto
Dimensions
Length          4440mm
Width           1904mm / 1929mm (Plus)
Height           1244mm / 1252mm
Wheel base  2650mm
Boot volume  100 litres
Chassis & Body
Weight  1745kg / 1595kg (plus)
Wheels  19-inch alloy
Tyres     235/35ZR19-295/30ZR19
Performance
0-100  3.8 sec / 3.5 sec (plus)
Economy
Tank size  80 litres / 75 litres (plus) (90 optional)
These colors are available with all variants of Audi R8
 
Brilliant Red
 
Estoril Blue Crysta
 
Daytona Grey, pearl effect
 
Teak Brown Metallic
 
Samoa Orange
 
Panther Black
 
Phantom Black, Pearl Effect





Overall

      When we consider the finest sports cars in terms of their technologies, Audi R8 is the best option. Precision and performance are put beyond the limits in Audi R8. Engineers of Audi had developed the car which is embodied with best technology thereby fulfilling the requirement of perfection for the car. The four rings being the firm fixture in the motorsport and the new introduced quattro permanent all wheel drive engine had made the Audi R8 the topper in various racing events throughout the world.
Audi R8 has V8 mid-mounted engine and with quattro permanent wheel drive which adds to the performance, control and stability of the car. The newly introduced FSI technology in 2001 is such that the fuel is injected directly into the combustion chamber, all which helps in increasing the engine efficiency and the engine performance. It is to be considered that Audi is the first car to use Aluminium in building the body of the vehicle. And the latest upcoming in this technology is high-strength AudiSpace Frame (ASF) , which provide more strenght to the3 vehicle with maximum possible light weight. Audi magnetic ride adaptive damper system is a new inovation by Audi having special damper oil, the shocks are so developed that the viscocity of the fluid filled in them can be changed with the applied magnetic field. There by making the car to adjust in different conditionns with appropriate damping force.

       The mid-mounted V8 engine of Audi R8 with 4.2 litre displacement and four valve FSI technology is highly capacitive to produce 309kw of power and is capable to accelerate the new Audi R8 from 0 to 100 km/hr in just 4.6 seconds. The maximum torque delivering capacity of Audi R8 is 430 Nm with the amazing thrust it providing. With a top speed of 301 Km/hr the Audi offers a maximum comfort of power and thrill as possible, all there by providing excellent driving enjoyment. Besides generating power of the vehicle from displacement, the mid engine present in Audi R8 utilises high-revolution technology. This technology is highly capacitive to provide a top broad speed band of 8250 rpm. With this high-revolution concept Audi R8 provides high torque, spontaneous movement response even at very low speeds of the car. The excellent thrust provided by Audi R8 is because of the its suspensions all ultimately increasing the transverse acceleration. The six speed manual gearbox is such developed that it fulfills the requirments of a racing car. This manual gearbox has been much more advanced to a R tronic transmission in order to increase the performance of the car. Automatic mode with wire shift technology allows even very short shift times.


Audi  R8 V10 


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R8's Front



R8's rear

The V10 engine of R8
Gearbox  7-speed dual-clutch auto

R8's luxurious interior 
R8's in blue

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Tuesday, 19 February 2013

The New Generation

This is not just a term which we heard in the entertainment world, this is where we are living !


      Life is always crazy when we looking back. but now we all know what we are doing is crazy and dumb thing but still we are following others in order to survive in this hectic life. that's what i felt in this young/new/fresh/funny/crazy generation. living without any commitments and promises just understanding the wave and going with the wind.......fortunately or unfortunately i am one among this generation :) :)


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Tuesday, 12 February 2013

Google glass


A new perspective to the future.
     
        Google picking up the future steps with the help of augmented reality. and named as "PROJECT GLASS".   

Google Glass
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A photo of a Google Glass prototype seen atGoogle I/O in June of 2012
DeveloperGoogle
TypeAugmented reality, head-mounted display
Release dateDevelopers (US): early 2013
Consumers: late 2013-early 2014[1]
Introductory priceDeveloper version: $1,500 USD[1]
     Project Glass is a research and development program by Google to develop anaugmented reality head-mounted display (HMD). Project Glass products would display information in smartphone-like format hands-free and could interact with the Internet vianatural language voice commands. The prototype's functionality and minimalist appearance (aluminium strip with 2 nose pads) has been compared to Steve Mann's EyeTap.
The operating system software used in the glasses will be Google's Android.
Project Glass is being developed by Google X Lab,which has worked on other futuristic technologies such as self-driving cars. The project was announced on Google+ by Babak Parviz, an electrical engineer who has also worked on putting displays into contact lenses; Steve Lee, a project manager and "geolocation specialist"; and Sebastian Thrun, who developed Udacity as well as worked on the self-driving car project.[8] Google has patented the design of Project Glass.[9]


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What is Augmented reality (AR) ? 
       It is a live, direct or indirect, view of a physical, real-world environment whose elements are augmented by computer-generated sensory input such as sound, video, graphics or GPS data. It is related to a more general concept called mediated reality, in which a view of reality is modified (possibly even diminished rather than augmented) by a computer. As a result, the technology functions by enhancing one’s current perception of reality. By contrast, virtual reality replaces the real world with a simulated one. Augmentation is conventionally in real-time and in semantic context with environmental elements, such as sports scores on TV during a match. With the help of advanced AR technology (e.g. adding computer vision and object recognition) the information about the surrounding real world of the user becomes interactive and digitally manipulable. Artificial information about the environment and its objects can be overlaid on the real world.



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Vertu + ANDROID HOW it would be ?

Vertu new android phone Ti leaked


               The source of the rumor was Russian blogger Eldar Murtazin who claims to possess knowledge of Vertu’s jump to the Android train. But new reports today could prove Murtazin’s claim to be true. Blog of Mobile posted an image of what it claims to be an Android-powered Vertu phone called “Ti.” Having a “RM-828V” model number, the purported Vertu Ti will reportedly run Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich, will be powered by a 1.5GHz processor, and will support Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC.

It’s also worth noting that the phone was also spotted across sites like GLBenchmark, Bluetooth.org, and as well as telecom regulator databases in Singapore and Macau. Interestingly, Russian retailer SPBLUX has recently posted four models of a Vertu-branded phone called Constellation Ti. There’s a Red Gold Mixed Metal, Titanium Black Alligator, Titanium Black Leather, and a Titanium Black PVD black leather. What is your take on this?

Updated: A Vertu spokesperson has reached out to us saying that the company is unable to confirm any new product details at this time. Interestingly, the spokesperson said that Vertu will be making an official announcement to the global media on the 12th February. It looks like something is coming. 




Vertu Constellation Ti Leaked

It was just yesterday when we wrote to you about the possibility of an Android smartphone from luxury mobile phones manufacturer Vertu. The source of the rumor was Russian blogger Eldar Murtazin who claims to possess knowledge of Vertu’s jump to the Android train. But new reports today could prove Murtazin’s claim to be true. Blog of Mobile posted an image of what it claims to be an Android-powered Vertu phone called “Ti.” Having a “RM-828V” model number, the purported Vertu Ti will reportedly run Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich, will be powered by a 1.5GHz processor, and will support Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC.

It’s also worth noting that the phone was also spotted across sites like GLBenchmark, Bluetooth.org, and as well as telecom regulator databases in Singapore and Macau. Interestingly, Russian retailer SPBLUX has recently posted four models of a Vertu-branded phone called Constellation Ti. There’s a Red Gold Mixed Metal, Titanium Black Alligator, Titanium Black Leather, and a Titanium Black PVD black leather. What is your take on this?

Updated: A Vertu spokesperson has reached out to us saying that the company is unable to confirm any new product details at this time. Interestingly, the spokesperson said that Vertu will be making an official announcement to the global media on the 12th February. It looks like something is coming. Stay tuned for more updates.





Details of first Android-powered Vertu phone leak



The first pictures and specification details have emerged of the Ti, the first handset built by luxury smartphone maker Vertu, since Nokia sold the company in October as part of its far-reaching cost exercise.

According to Blog of Mobile, the Vertu Ti runs Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich, and features a WVGA display, dual-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm MSM8260 Snapdragon processor, is NFC compatible and supports Bluetooth 4.0. What's more, it is expected to retail for a ‘mere' €3000 -- making it one of the most expensive Android handsets on the market but by no means the most expensive Vertu handset ever dreamed up.
The company became famous for its exclusive handsets that incorporated expensive materials including carbon fibre, titanium, leather and even gold, and with its always-on concierge service, Vertu established the market for luxury smartphones. However, since the brand's heyday, other companies, most notably Ulysse Nardin Chairman, whose handsets combine the best elements of a smartphone with the best of a handcrafted Swiss chronograph, have pushed Vertu off its perch.
Although the company is no longer part of Nokia, the innards of the smartphone have been provided by the Finnish company, so technically speaking, the Vertu Ti is Nokia's first Android phone.
world's most expensive android phone

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Thursday, 7 February 2013

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Wednesday, 6 February 2013

Samsung GALAXY CAMERA Review


Samsung Galaxy Camera review

Part smartphone, part camera – could this have the best of both?
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The 4.8in screen has more than twice the surface area of many compact cameras

Today's smartphones take photos that are good enough for casual snaps and it is great being able to share photos to Facebook and elsewhere within seconds of taking them. However, one feature they lack is an optical zoom.
Cue the Samsung Galaxy Camera. You can think of it as a smartphone with a 21x zoom lens, or as a camera that happens to run the Android operating system. The latter is more accurate, because one thing this device can't do is make calls. It can access the internet, though, either via Wi-Fi or 3G. Bear in mind that you will need to pay for 3G internet, though – data tariffs start at around £7 per month.
There are some big advantages to the hybrid design compared to conventional compact cameras. The 4.8in screen has more than twice the surface area of other cameras' 3in screens. Its sharp 1280x720 pixel resolution is great for viewing and editing photos and videos. Basic editing apps are included, but there are a number of other editing apps available for download from the Google Play Store.
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Because this camera connects directly to the internet, it's easy to share photos via email, Facebook, Picasa, Instagram or virtually any other online service. It's also possible to back photos up to Dropbox as soon as you have taken them. The built-in Gallery app not only shows all the photos stored in the camera, but it also shows photo albums from Facebook and Picasa accounts.
There are downsides to the hybrid concept too. The power button merely puts it to sleep, but after 24 hours it switches itself off completely, whereupon powering up takes almost 30 seconds. Even with this and various other battery-saving tricks, battery life is shorter than with a conventional camera because of the big screen and wireless functions.
Then there's the price of £379. Compared to more conventional but similarly priced cameras, image quality isn't good enough. It's roughly in line with what we would expect from a camera costing half as much. The lens delivered reasonably sharp focus throughout its generous 21x zoom range, but subtle details such as skin texture and foliage were lost. Low-light shots tended to be blurry because the camera chose slow shutter speeds. It is possible to adjust the shutter speed manually, but these controls are cumbersome.
Even with manual intervention, this is not the best camera for low-light photography. The autofocus was also very slow, taking noticeably longer than other similarly priced cameras to focus on objects and people.
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There's a lot to like here and combining phone and camera technology is much more than just a gimmick. However, people who already own a premium smartphone will find many features duplicated. They might be better off with a cheaper or higher-quality camera that includes Wi-Fi to transfer photos to their phone. 



Our verdict
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Boldly innovative but not the perfect union of phone and camera technology.

Good points

Runs Android apps; Internet access via Wifi and 3G; 21x zoom lens; Huge, detailed screen

Bad points

Disappointing image quality for the price; Slow autofocus
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