Weekly Wrap-up: Mobile Subscriber Fall, Aakash App Dev contest & more
It’s Monday morning and time for a quick wrap-up of some of the popular posts that were published on trak.in last week.
Aadhar Card is hailed by many as a break-through project and one that will bring about lasting positive changes for citizens of India. However, there are some fierce critics of Aadhar too, who have security concerns. Recently, one such critic released a monograph, which is a collection comments by experts. The book calls Aadhar UID project a sinister ploy by government and an ultimate ID theft!
Technology is changing the face of education in India. We need a hardware like Rasberry Pi to come to schools and colleges of India, especially in Computer education system.
The mobile subscriber base witnessed 2nd biggest fall with fall of nearly 16 million subscribers led by Airtel and Vodafone. The mobile subscriber base has now fallen below 900 mln to 890.6 million in November 2012 as per latest TRAI data!
There was a wave of joy in Indian stock markets last week, with sensex breaching the psychological 20k mark for the first time in over 2 years.
Here is a great Infographic you don’t want to miss. The 10 Indian successful women in Technology who can be role models for coming generation!
Smartphones are now having processing power that equals some of the best computers. They are kind of mini computers at the palm of your hand, which can literally do anything thrown at you! Are we looking at a single device that will rule all in future?
If you make presentations frequently, this post is a must read for you – 50+ awesome tips to make great presentations.
To push developer community and introduce new educational apps around Aakash tablet, IIT Bombay has launched a development contest for mobile developers. The prizes include cash worth Rs. 50,000 and more for the winners.
One of the dilemma faced by most consumers who want to buy new smartphone is, whether to go for a entry level windows phone or a cheaper Android phones. This is an interesting fight, and as of now, Android is winning the war!
With the 3G internet rates increasingly becoming cheaper and affordable, is it the end of the road for CDMA dongles?
So what does 2013 hold for Social Media world. Will it drastically change? Check out these 5 interesting social media trends for 2013.
Here is a video infographic that takes a look at some of the interesting facts about India and her growth in the future.