Friday, June 1, 2007

Airbus 380: the legendary plane

Taking a clean-sheet design for airlines’ operational needs of tomorrow, Airbus developed the A380 as the most spacious and efficient airliner ever conceived. This 525-seat aircraft will deliver an unparalleled level of comfort while retaining all the benefits of commonality with Airbus’ other fly-by-wire aircraft Families.
Source- Official Airbus 380 webpage

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Monday, May 21, 2007

Cool Bikes: Extreme Engineering

I always love coll bikes & it's fantastic extreme engineering.
Some of my favorite bikes are-
* Harley Davidson
* Honda Unicorn
* Bajaj Pulsar
* TVS Apache

The bikes shown here are just my fanacy, any guess about the names of these bikes?

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Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Google: it's Technology, Philosophy and Future

Google has always fascinated me; always I found it unique & amazing, so I thought to write about its Philosophy, Technology & its Future.
Happy Reading……

Google’s search Technology:
Google is the perfect search engine, its search technology has been evolved up to the best & I hope it will get even better once it includes searching other things, we can only dream about. Google’s search technology depend on following two factors-
* PageRank Technology
* Hypertext-Matching Analysis

The software behind Google's search technology conducts a series of simultaneous calculations requiring only a fraction of a second. Traditional search engines rely heavily on how often a word appears on a web page. Google uses numerous factors including its patented PageRank™ algorithm to examine the entire link structure of the web and determine which pages are most important. It then conducts hypertext-matching analysis to determine which pages are relevant to the specific search being conducted. By combining overall importance and query-specific relevance, Google is able to put the most relevant and reliable results first.

Life of a Google Query:

Future of Google:
Google's innovations don't stop at the desktop. To bring its accurate and speedy search results to users accessing the web through portable devices, Google also pioneered the first wireless search technology for on-the-fly translation of HTML to formats optimized for WAP, i-mode, J-SKY, and EZWeb. Currently, Google provides its wireless technology to numerous market leaders, including AT&T Wireless, Sprint PCS, Nextel, Palm, Handspring, and Vodafone, among others.

Google’s Philosophy:
Google, from its inception works on ten things it found to be true & that is one of the reason I like Google so much.

  • Focus on the user and all else will follow.
  • It's best to do one thing really, really well.
  • Fast is better than slow.
  • Democracy on the web works.
  • You don't need to be at your desk to need an answer.
  • You can make money without doing evil.
  • There's always more information out there.
  • The need for information crosses all borders.
  • You can be serious without a suit.
  • Great just isn't good enough.

You can find all these in details here-

So, I would like to say in the end- “Google is the best.”

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Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Car of the Year

These are the some latest Technology in Car sphare. I am posting some of the pics of latest buzzword in Car Industry.

Previous car of the years are-
Chevrolet Silverado
Ford S-Max
Lexus LS460
Saturn Aura
Honda Civic
Toyota Camry

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Friday, April 13, 2007

World's Biggest Excavator

Built by Krupp (now ThyssenKrupp) of Germany, the Bagger 288 excavator is the world's largest land vehicle. It is now owned and operated by RWE AG, a large utility company.

If you want to get the dirt out, or move a mountain, this is absolutely the right machine. The RWE Bagger 288 earth digger stands 311 feet tall, is 705 feet long and weighs 45,500 tons (the weight of the Titanic was 46,328 tons) and by its scale alone is quite intimidating. Technically it is a bucket wheel excavator. In appearance it seems to be a giant's version of an Erector Set project that got out of hand.

And when it comes to moving mountains, it has no peers. Indeed, moving mountains is exactly what may happen in Rosio Montana in Romania. The plan is to use similar machines to get at a wealth of gold. The Canadian company Rosio Montana Gold intends to accomplish this.

"All five mountains will simply be mined out," says Andrej Grubacic, a historian from the region.

After all as Stuart L. Udall once said, "Mining is like a search and destroy mission."

The RWE Bagger 288 excavator was designed to work in open-pit coal mines in Germany. That's where it is now digging in and loading up. However, for all its mass, it may have a short life. The German Republic has mandated a shutdown of all German coal mining by 2018. Clearly this mandate is open to some modification in the interim.

Being big, the Bagger 288 can only go one-third of a mile an hour on three rows of caterpillar track assembles. If it crosses a highway, as it has done on rare occasions, the roadway must be fully rebuilt as the sheer weight crushes the cement and anything else in its path.

It has also crossed rivers, after careful preparation. Any move requires at least 70 men to prepare the way and the last time cost some $10 million to complete. The machines does not need the kind of mobility provided by treads while it is mining, but it was considered less expensive to move the vehicle on caterpillar treads rather than disassembling it and reassembling it at its destination.

It cost $100 million to build, took five years to design and manufacture, and five years to assemble. When it was completed, the Bagger 288 passed NASA's Crawler-Transporter, used to move the space shuttle and Apollo space craft as the world's largest land vehicle.

It takes five people to operate it, and little wonder, as it has a 70-foot diameter bucket wheel. Each of its 20 huge buckets can scoop up over 530 cubic feet of material. It moves on 12 crawlers with tank-like treads. After all it is German. One of the buckets once picked up a large bulldozer by mistake.

The machine can process 100,000 cubic yards of material, hopefully coal, and that amounts to up to 2,500 truck loads a day that can make for a good deal of wear and tear on the local environment. That's the equivalent of a football field dug to 100 feet deep each day.

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Monday, April 9, 2007

Monster Bike

This is a 8200cc Monster of a Bike. It's like riding a 2-wheeled Train Engine.
This is the limit of Bike Technology.

1. 500 bhp (372 kW) @ 5600 rpm (60.4 bhp/liter); 525 lb.-ft. (712 Nm) @ 4200 rpm
2. 10-cylinder 90-degree V-type, liquid-cooled, 505 cubic inches (8277 cc)
3. 356-T6 aluminum alloy block with cast-iron liners, aluminum alloy cylinder heads
4. Bore x Stroke: 4.03 inches x 3.96 inches (102.4 x 100.6)
5. Two pushrod-actuated overhead valves per cylinder with roller-type hydraulic lifters 6. Sequential, multi-port electronic fuel injection with individual runners
7. Compression Ratio: 9.6:1
8. Max Engine Speed: 6000 rpm
9. Fuel Requirement: Unleaded premium, 93 octane (R+M/2)
10. Oil System: Dry Sump; takes 8 quarts Mobil1 10W30 Synthetic
11. Cooling System: Twin aluminum radiators mounted atop engine intake manifolds, force-fed from front-mounted, belt-driven turbine fan.
12. Takes 11 quarts of antifreeze.
13. Exhaust System: Equal-length tubular stainless steel headers with dual collectors and central rear outlets

Front: Outboard, single-sided parallel upper and lower control arms made from polished billet aluminum. Mounted via ball joint to aluminum steering uprights and hubs. Five degrees caster. Single, fully adjustable centrally located coil-over damper ( 2.25-inch coil with adjustable spring perch); pullrod and rocker-actuated mono linkage. Center-lock racing-style hubs.

Rear: Hand-fabricated box-section steel inboard swing arms, incorporating "hydral-link" lockable recirculating hydraulic circuit parking stand. Single fully adjustable centrally located Koni coil-over damper ( 2.25-inch coil with adjustable spring perch); pushrod and rocker-actuated mono linkage. Center-lock racing-style hubs

Front : 20-inch perimeter-mounted drilled machined stainless steel rotors, one per wheel. Two four-piston fixed aluminum calipers per wheel (16 pistons total), custom designed. Blue anodized caliper finish. Hand-activated.
Rear : 20-inch perimeter-mounted drilled cast-iron rotors, one per wheel. One four-piston fixed aluminum caliper per wheel (8 pistons total), custom designed. Blue anodized caliper finish. Foot-activated.
The Tomahawk is a Viper V-10 based motorcycle, a 500 horsepower engine with four wheels beneath it.
Chrysler will be selling the original Tomahawk concept and nine replicas through Neiman Marcus, for up to $555,000 each. The motorcycles cannot be licensed, so they cannot be legally driven on public roads. A Chrysler spokesman told Reuters they were meant as rolling sculptures.

Rumors had the Tomahawk selling for under $200,000, most likely at a loss or breakeven price, for publicity purposes - but still fully drivable. Wolfgang Bernhard, Chrysler's not particularly respected first mate, was said to be enthusiastic about that project, so much so that hundreds were projected to be built at under $200,000 each. They reportedly cost Chrysler over $100,000 to build (admittedly the work is outsourced).
The Dodge Tomahawk can reach 60 miles an hour in about 2.5 seconds, and has a theoretical top speed of nearly 400 mph. Each pair of wheels is separated by a few inches and each wheel has an independent suspension. Bernhard said four wheels were necessary to handle the power from the engine.
The Tomahawk remains on display at auto shows - though well out of reach of the general public, elevated on a special display.

0-60 mph: 2.5 seconds (est.)Top Speed: 300+ mph (est.)

Length: 102 inchesWidth: 27.7 inchesHeight: 36.9 inches Wheelbase: 76 inchesSeat Height: 29 inchesWeight: 1,500 lbs. Track, Front: 8.75 inTrack, Rear: 10 inWeight Dist: 49F/51R Ground Clearance: 3 inFuel: 3.25 gallons

Alternator: 136-amp high-speedBattery : Leak-resistant, maintenance-free 600 CCALighting: Headlights consist of 12 five-watt LEDs, front, with beam-modifying optics and masked lenses. Eight LEDs, rear. Headlamps articulate with wheels.
TRANSMISSION: Manual, foot-shifted two-speed
Aluminum-cased two-speed, sequential racing-style with dog ring, straight-cut gearsGear Ratios: 1st 18:38; 2nd 23:25 Clutch: Double-disc, dry-plate with organic friction materials, hand lever actuated with assist Final drive: Dual 110-link motorcycle-style chains
Front Sprockets: 14 teethRear Sprockets: 35 teeth
Longitudinal, centrally mounted engine, rear-wheel drive layout; monocoque construction, engine is central, stressed member. Body of billet aluminum

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Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Samsung's New Mobile Phone

Genuine Windows ® XP tablet (Vista Capable)
Intel Pentium M ULV 1.0 GHz
Chipset & Graphics:
Intel i915GMS, GMA900, DVMT 128M
7" WVGA Touch Screen(280 nits, 800 X 480)
Two stereo speakers (4W total); H/P out; Array Mirophone and SRS sound
60 GB Hard Drive
802.11 b/g, 10/100 Base-TX Ethernet, Bluetooth® v2.0
AVS Now, (Multimedia Instant on)
I/O Port:
2 USB (USB 2.0), One Type II CF card, H/P Jack, VGA, DC-In
User Interface:
Button: 8 Way Joystick, User Defined Key(4 positions), Auto Scale/Enter Button, Quick Menu Button, Hold, Voume Up/Down, Power/AVS Now, Ctrl/Alt/Delet Button
Li-Ion Battery, Standard:3 cell Battery (up to 5 hrs.)
9.0"(w) x 5.5"(H) x 1.0"(D)
1.7 Lbs. (W/O Optical Disk Drive)
3 External Drive choices w/Power DVD and Nero Express Software included
24x CD-RW/DVD Combo Drive
Ultra-thin 24x CD-RW/DVD Drive
Super-Multi 8x DVD+/-RW Drive
9.0"(w) x 5.5"(H) x 1.0"(D)

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Thursday, February 22, 2007

The most awaited mobile phones of 2007

The most awaited mobile phones of 2007:
Nokia E90
The world's largest mobile-phone maker launched the second generation of its successful E-series business phones at the 3GSM trade show in Barcelona. Leading the trio is the E90 Communicator, a mini computer with support for Wi-Fi and HSDPA-enhanced 3G with integrated GPS and route mapping.
A worthy successor to the previous Communicator 9500 which was launched over two years ago, E90 Communicator comes with a 4-inch wide screen that allows full-width Web browsing for the first time. It also features integrated GPS to allow turn-by-turn navigation.
The phone that could work as a phone, entertainment device and videoconferencing tool, will also offer an FM radio, a music player, a video player and two cameras -- a 3.2 megapixel one with flash and a second camera for video conferencing.
First deliveries of phone are expected during the second quarter of 2007, with global availability during the third quarter of this year.
Nokia N77
Another big launch from the company is N77 -- its first mid-priced mobile-TV phone (its second so far). The phone will be able to receive TV signals broadcast in DVB-H (Nokia’s own TV technology platform). While Nokia and other European phone makers favour the homegrown DVB-H technology for watching broadcasts on cellphones, rival formats such as MediaFlo from Qualcomm and DMB are getting there too.
The N77 features a wide 2.4-inch screen, high-quality stereo sound and alerts when programmes are about to start. However, the Nokia N77 is much more than just live TV. Designed to work on 3G (WCDMA 2100 MHz), EDGE and GSM (900/1800/1900 MHz) networks, Nokia N77 is based on S60 3rd Edition software on Symbian OS.
The N77, which will start shipping in the second quarter, will cost 370 Euros ($480), roughly half the price of the N92.

Mobile Ameo
Here comes a phone with a hard drive. T-Mobile (a unit of Deutsche Telekom and one of the operators in Germany) has unveiled a phone with a hard disk disk (HDD), saying the pocket-sized device with a 13-centimetre screen would go on sale in Germany just before Cebit show in March. Called Ameo, the phone contract manufactured by HTC uses Microsoft's operating system Windows Mobile 5.0. It would cost about 500 euros ($650) bundled with two years of phone service. It has a 8 GB HDDD and looks more like a mini laptop. Its best feature is its detachable 13-centimetre wide keyboard and upright display. However, T-Mobile has no immediate plans to sell it in the US or rest of Europe.

BlackBerry 8800
Barely eight months after it introduced its first feature-rich multimedia device Pearl, Research In Motion has decided to give a Pearl-like finish to some other handsets. It has debuted another Pearl look-alike device 8800, a full-keyboard model that can play music and videos, besides handling e-mails as efficiently as ever. The company is billing the 8800 as the thinnest BlackBerry to date, measuring 0.55 inches from front to back.
New features include an instant-messaging client that can chat to buddies on Yahoo IM and Google Talk, plus RIM's own browser. The 8800 also comes with a media player and an external storage slot for removable microSD memory cards.
Above all, it uses a GPS chipset for mapping and navigation that finds its way in a BlackBerry device for the first time and will compete with Nokia's 6110 Navigator phone. RIM has partnered with California-based navigation solutions firm TeleNav, which also offers similar versions of the software for Windows Mobile, the Palm operating system, Symbian, Qualcomm's Brew, and the Java-based J2ME environment from Sun Microsystems. So the advantage to RIM could only be temporary.
Besides, the 8800 is among the new crop of handsets that some feel could also bite into Apple iPhone's marketshare somewhat.

HP iPAQ 500
Another big launch at 3GSM World Congree 2007 was the Hewlett-Packard iPaq 500 smartphone. Hewlett Packard unveiled its first smart phone, a slimmed-down iPaq that will be among the first Windows Mobile 6 handsets when it launches by second quarter this year.
The 500 series will be the first iPaqs that look like cellphones, with phone keypads instead of QWERTY keyboards or touch screens and styli. iPaq 500 comes with VOIP compatibility, push e-mail, Microsoft Internet Explorer and Outlook Mobile. The phone features 1.3-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, 64MB of memory and 128MB of storage with a micro SD card slot to expand memory.
The iPaq 500 connects to the Internet via GSM/GPRS/Edge networks, as well as via Wi-Fi. The handset also allows users to play music and videos, store photos and play games on the device.

Samsung Ultra Smart F700
If Nokia has kicked so much dust in Barcelona, could Samsung be far behind? With its newest handset Ultra Smart F700, the
Korean giant has joined Apple and its arch-rival LG into the club of touchscreen mobile phones manufacturers.
The phone is Samsung's first that is compatible with 3G (third generation) WCDMA (Wideband Code Division Multiple Access) in addition to GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications). It also works with HSDPA and EDGE data transmission systems on 3G networks and can receive data at up to 7.2Mbps (bits per second).
The phone features a 2.8-inch 440x240 screen to control calling, Internet access, and music functions. Media playback support includes multiple AAC audio formats, Real, and variants of MPEG-4 including H.264.
It also includes VibeTonz, a vibration system introduced in the recent W559 that simulates tactile feedback to touchscreen presses. And unlike Apple's iPhone, where typing on a small screen with your thumbs can leave you sore, F700 includes a slide-out keyboard to accommodate typing.
And that is not all! The phone has a 5-megapixel camera with auto-focus that is far superior than iPhone's meager 2-megapixel offering. But of course, it has a microSD slot that will help expand the memory you would require for storing the humongous 5 MP photos, and music.

Apple iPhone
The iPhone, which has no conventional buttons, instead uses a large touch-screen. The firm has patented keyboard technology on the 11.6 mm thick phone calling it "multi-touch". The 3.5 inch touch-screen-controlled device plays music, surfs the Internet and delivers voice mail and email differently.
The iPhone comes with a built-in, 2 MP digital camera as well as a slot for headphones and a SIM card. It runs Apple's OS X operating system, and has the Safari browser for Web access. The handset dispenses with buttons altogether, in favour of a powerful screen that responds to touch. It has a proximity sensor that automatically deactivates the screen and turns off the touch sensor when the device is raised to a user's face.
Music is automatically muted when a phone call comes in. The phone will play videos in widescreen format and automatically senses whether the screen is being held vertically or horizontally.
Has built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth and includes free BlackBerry-style 'push' email service from Yahoo. Apple is partnering with Yahoo Inc. on Web-based email and Google Inc on maps. To make a call, users can tap out the number on an on-screen keypad or scroll through their contacts and dial with a single touch. To zoom in on a photo or Web site, tap twice. To zoom out, tap once with two fingers.

LG Prada
This is the phone for which the maker LG Electronics has officially accused Apple of copying the design for its newly launched iPhone last month.
LG Electronics and PRADA unveil the first completely touch screen mobile phone. The PRADA Phone by LG introduces the world’s first advanced touch interface which eliminates the conventional keypad. The phone comes with 3.0-inch display and Bluetooth 2.0 and a 2 megapixel camera featuring Schneider-Kreuznach lens and LED flash. It also features a player supporting MPEG4, H.264, a document viewer and an audio player with support for MP3/ACC/ACC+/WMA/RA format.
The PRADA Phone by LG will be available with prices starting from 600 Euros at selected PRADA stores in the UK, France, Germany and Italy by the end of this month, followed by countries in Asia such as Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Singapore by late March.

Motorola Rizr Z8
Motorola, the world's second-biggest mobile phone maker introduced a new phone design, which slides open and bends to bring the microphone closer to the user's mouth. The Rizr Z8, unveiled at the 3GSM wireless trade show in Barcelona, uses software from Symbian, which specializes in advanced cellphones and is more often found in phones from Nokia, Motorola's bigger rival.
The new high-speed wireless Rizr Z8 slides open to reveal a keyboard and, unlike traditional sliders, it has an automatic hinge that tilts the keyboard and locks the phone into a V-shape to make it easier to talk into.
The Rizr Z8 will also support television-quality video playback and has a slot for a memory card with up to 4 gigabytes of storage space. The product will be Motorola's fourth phone based on Symbian technology.

Nokia N6110
One of the hottest buzzwords in the mobile industry since sometime has been: Location-based services. The services primarily allow people to view where they are on a map, search for points-of-interests (POI) around them and create routes to get them there free of charge. However, navigation by mobile phone has been slow to catch on. Courtesy, small phone screens, short battery life and the directions and maps that often lacked accuracy.
Taking a cue, the world’s biggest cellphone manufacturer Nokia unveiled its first mass market navigation-enabled phone, the N6110 Navigator. The launch unwraps company’s plans to make a big push in location-based services.
Nokia 6110 Navigator is a GPS-enabled mobile phone that features integrated maps and turn-by-turn directions with voice guidance and turn arrows pointing users in the appropriate direction. The Nokia 6110 Navigator can also provide users with traffic information, weather services and travel guides. According to a company spokesperson, Nokia would launch "a number" of navigation devices in 2007.

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Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Useful tips for cell phone users


There are a few things that can be done in times of grave emergencies.

Your mobile phone can actually be a life saver or an emergency tool for

survival. Check out the things that you can do with it:



* The Emergency Number worldwide for **Mobile** is 112 .* If you find

yourself out of coverage area of your mobile network and there is an

emergency, dial 112 and the mobile will search any existing network to

establish the emergency number for you, and interestingly this number 112

can be dialled even if the keypad is locked. **Try it out. **


Have you locked your keys in the car? Does you car have remote keys?

This may come in handy someday. Good reason to own a cell phone:

If you lock your keys in the car and the spare keys are at home, call

someone at home on their cell phone from your cell phone.

Hold your cell phone about a foot from your car door and have the person

at your home press the unlock button, holding it near the mobile phone on

their end. Your car will unlock. Saves someone from having to drive your

keys to you. Distance is no object. You could be hundreds of miles away,

and if you can reach someone who has the other "remote" for your car, you

can unlock the doors (or the trunk).

Editor's Note: *It works fine! We tried it out and it unlocked our car over a cell phone!"*


Hidden Battery power

Imagine your cell battery is very low, you are expecting an important call

and you don't have a charger. Nokia instrument comes with a reserve

battery. To activate, press the keys *3370# Your cell will restart with

this reserve and the instrument will show a 50% increase in battery. This

reserve will get charged when you charge your cell next time.



How to disable a STOLEN mobile phone?

To check your Mobile phone's serial number, key in the following digits on your phone:

* # 0 6 #

A 15 digit code will appear on the screen. This number is unique to your

handset. Write it down and keep it somewhere safe. when your phone get

stolen, you can phone your service provider and give them this code. They

will then be able to block your handset so even if the thief changes the

SIM card, your phone will be totally useless.

You probably won't get your phone back, but at least you know that whoever stole it can't use/sell it either.

If everybody does this, there would be no point in people stealing mobile phones.

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Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Choosing the Right Home Computer

Thinking about a new computer?

First, consider how you plan to use it. Will you be using it to work from home; for managing personal finances or family photos; or as a multimedia center for playing games or watching movies?

Next, you'll need to decide which type of computer - a Windows PC or a Mac - is best equipped to get the job done. That's where things get more complicated.

PCs come pre-loaded with the Windows operating system. Windows PCs are used in more than 90 percent of businesses, and there are numerous brands to choose from. Competition is fierce, so consumers benefit from wallet-friendly prices. And with Windows' popularity, there are hundreds of thousands of compatible software programs and games available.

Windows, however, is plagued by security concerns, including vulnerability to hacker attacks, viruses and spyware. This means that Windows users are burdened with researching and buying various software programs to protect their systems.

Macs face almost none of these security and stability issues. They are also known for their ease of use and free Web, music and video applications, which are great for novices. From a cost standpoint, there is little difference these days between similarly equipped Macs and PCs.

Although secure and easier to use, there are far fewer programs available for Macs. For example, the popular Microsoft Outlook e-mail, calendar and contact management software is not available. And since far fewer businesses use Macs, there could be compatibility issues for people who want to work at home.

In recent months, however, the Mac/PC gap has closed. With Apple's Boot Camp software, you can run either the Mac or Windows operating system on your Mac computer, but you have to restart the computer to run either one or the other.

An easier solution is a new program called Parallels Desktop for Mac (, which allows Mac owners to run both operating systems simultaneously and switch back and forth between them. Using Boot Camp or Parallels means users no longer have to compromise between choosing the Mac or PC.

Choosing a new computer doesn't have to be tricky. Decide what you'll use it for, then go with the one you like the best. The right combination of hardware and operating system exists to make the rest a snap.


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