Reliance iPhone Scheme Hits Udaipur Market

The much awaited Apple i-Phone Scheme from Reliance Communications has been launched in the City of Lakes. This scheme allows consumers to enjoy unlimited 3G, Voice, SMS and Roaming. The ‘Zero Plan’ scheme for the Apple iPhone is applicable on all variants of 4S, 5S and 5C. [..]

Rajiv Gandhi Yojana: Big Bazaar to sell tablets at special discount for Students

Big Bazaar has launched tablets at its stores across Rajasthan to help students under Rajiv Gandhi Digital Vidhyarthi Yojana.

Students can now get best specifications at unbelievable low prices. The company sees this as a major step towards helping students who deserve good products to take their academic excellence further.

This initiative has been launched in collaboration with ICE X Electronics – a manufacturer of an exclusive range of tablet computers, smart-phones, and other Android devices.

ICE Xtreme Connect, a seven inch dual sim calling tablet has been specially designed for students under Rajiv Gandhi Digital VidhyarthiYojna.

The device is powered by 1.2 GHz cortex A9 processor, and runs on latest Android Jelly Bean Android operating system. Equipped with 1GB RAM, 8 GB Internal storage and a stunning HD lightning display, this sleek tablet is a 2.75G calling smart device, and it comes with Edge support. [..]

Rajasthan Royals launches ICE Xtreme Pro Tablet

Rajasthan Royals has announced its exciting new partnership with Mumbai based ICE X Electronics, a manufacturer of an exclusive range of tablet computers, smart-phones, and other Android devices.

This first-of-its-kind association between the IPL franchise and electronics manufacturer, will see a Royals line of limited-edition smart devices. As a first product, the club announced the launch of the limited Royal Edition of ICE Xtreme Pro, a high-end dual core 3G calling tablet.

The exclusive launch has made Rajasthan Royals the first sports team in the world to introduce its very own range of branded smart devices and adds to the exciting inventory of merchandise the team offers fans. [..]

Flying Cars and Robots till 2050? Embrace yourself for much more

I was sitting with my roommate and scrolling through the TV channels when this godforsaken movie ‘Love Story 2050′ appeared for a moment.There were some scenes in which cars were flying; apparently they were showing 2050 AD. Friend snapped, “They show just anything and want us to believe it. Flying cars. Ha”. I didn’t reply and forgot the comment the moment I saw ‘Andaaz Apna Apna’ playing at another channel.

I would not have written this piece if I had not read a news a couple of days back in Economic Times about an American company Terrafugia which seems to have succeeded in making an automatic flying car.Published along with the news was a photograph of the car which reminded me of my friend’s comment and took me to contemplate my 26 years of journey called life. (Please keep reading, it was first and last philosophical cliche I have used in this piece. I promise, there is no more) [..]

Girnar Technologies opens in Udaipur

The wide gap experienced between academic education and industry requirements often acts as an obstacle for aspirants wishing to build their career in the IT industry. Girnar Technologies has designed various career oriented programs for engineers to bridge this gap and provide a platform to polish technical skills of a student. It will help to build a pool of quality engineers who can be recruited to top organizations in IT industry. The students who want to do Internship in any technical field on Live Project may join here. Visit the website: http://www.girnartechnologies.com/ Pressnote

Samsung Galaxy S4 attracts local gadget freaks

Udaipur mobile phone shops received consignment of the much awaited Samsung’s latest Smartphone ‘Samsung Galaxy S4’on 29th April and the first buyer of one of the most feature-equipped mobile phone in the city is Mohammad Shakir.

Shakir, 31 year old Telecom Professional is a gadget freak and loved S4’s high memory and exceptional camera quality along with its amazing speed which comes from its powerful processor. [..]

Car that refuses to start if the Driver is Drunk

Students of Embedded & Robotics Technology invents Alcohol Restricted Car Sensor

Inebriated people know no rules, so no matter how strict the laws are against drunken driving in any country, the pertinacious ones will keep on risking their own and other’s lives by driving in the state of drunkenness.

As an answer to this challenge, The Institution of Embedded & Robotics Technology (IERT) at Udaipur has invented a simple but genius solution.

They have invented a system which once installed in a car, will prevent the driver from driving it, if he/she is intoxicated.

The system has sensors installed in it which will automatically activate and shut down the battery of the car if alcohol fumes are sensed from the driver. The car will not start until someone sober drives it. [..]

HRH Group of Hotels receives Annual prestigious ‘CIO-Asia-100′ award!

The I.T. projects of HRH Group of Hotels have been listed in top 100 Asian companies’ I.T. project index of 2013 and declared as ‘CIO 100 HONOUREE 2013’. It marked the presence in CIO-Asia’s annual index of Asia’s top performing enterprise users of IT.

The index is maintained by ‘CIO-Asia’ magazine annually and published by ‘Fairfax Business Media, Singapore’.

This index highlights top 100 enterprises and organizations of Asia that have excelled through creative and innovative IT projects in the past year. Companies are listed as CIO 100 only if they have added extraordinary value to the stakeholders and customers through IT systems and innovative projects. [..]

Laxmi to get robotic Hands

Eight-year-old girl Laxmi, who was born without hands, will soon get a pair of new moving hands, and if everything goes well, then Laxmi will also be able to write with her new artificial hands.

Her face lit up with a reasonable smile after a local NGO came forward to help the little girl and promised to take care of all her education and living expenses till her marriage.

After the story of Laxmi Kumari hit the news headlines, a number of helping hands started approaching Ashray Seva Sansthan, the organization who adopted Laxmi. [..]