OMG ! ! ! This is like something:

Guys, I really want you to know about this sixth sense technology. Pranav mistry a student of MIT have developed a technology device combined with a projector, a computer and a cell phone. 

It is really amazing. You must have to watch this video. I really love this and amazed.

The gestures of our hand captures everything in-front of us like capturing images, videos and everything. We can search a product, know more about the product and even can read the newspaper with video? Sounds funny right? But it is true. Just see this and you will be amazed.

In the first video, Pranav himself explains about the technology about how he got that idea and how this is implemented. It is really interesting. In the second video, the staff in MIT really depicts a brief introduction about the technology. A must watch video.

Just it is a beginning of a new era literally..... Will see you with another post.

Posted by Shiny Monday, November 30, 2009 1 comments

To install a DNS server in Win2k/2k3:

1) Open Windows Components wizard

2) In Components, click Networking Services, and then click Details.

3) In Subcomponents of Networking Services, select the Domain Name System  (DNS) check box, click OK, and then click Next.

4) In Copy files from, type the full path to the Windows 2000 distribution files, and then click OK.

5) Required files are copied to your hard disk, and server software can be used after restarting the system.

    • To open the Windows Component wizard, from the desktop, click Start, point to Settings, and click Control Panel.
    • When Control Panel opens, double-click Add/Remove Programs and then click Add/Remove Windows Components.
    • Certain Windows components require configuration before that can be used. If you installed one or more of these components, but did not configure them, when you click Add/Remove Windows Components, a list of components that need to be configured is displayed. To start the Windows Components wizard, click Components.
    • It is strongly recommended that you manually configure the computer to use a static IP address.
    • After you install a DNS server, you can decide how to administer it and its zones. Although you can use a text editor to make changes to server boot and zone files, this method is not recommended. The DNS console simplifies maintenance of these files and should be used whenever possible. Once you begin using console-based management of these files, manually editing them is not recommended. 
    • Where Active Directory-integrated zones are used, file-based zone management cannot be used. 

    To configure a new DNS server:

    1) Open DNS

    2) If needed, add and connect to the applicable server in the console.

    3) In the console tree, click the applicable DNS server.

    4) On the Action menu, click Configure the server.

    5) Follow the instructions in the Configure DNS Server wizard.

      • To open DNS, click Start, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click DNS.
      • When you finish configuring the server, you might need to complete additional tasks, such as enabling dynamic updates for its zones or adding resource records to its zones.
      • In step 2, you only need to add the DNS server to the console if it is not running locally on the same computer you are using to manage it.
      Source: MS Technet

      Posted by Shiny Wednesday, November 11, 2009 3 comments

      Do you know?

      Most of the internet traffic is going on only through google. May be this sentence is quite boasting but its true as per many surveys and research done by major concerns.

      Most of the internet traffic are made only through the different channels in google. Even there are more services like G-mail, Orkut, You tube, most of the internet traffic is only from you tube. From the total internet traffic, 6% of the traffic is only from google.

      If we take internet traffic into consideration before 5 years, there were more than thousands of network. And before 2 years, 50% of the internet service and traffic are provided by 15 thousand networks. But now, the same 50% traffic is made from only 150 network providers.

      Facebook, Microsoft and google combined to make around 30% of the total internet traffic today. Today's change is made from the video streaming methods. From the total web traffic, 20% of the traffic are from these video streaming. The searches for information on the internet has got a drastic change from 10% to 52% within 2 years. The others are from private and email sectors network providers.

      Posted by Shiny Sunday, November 1, 2009 0 comments

      Hello Guys ! ! !

      Have you heard of the 4th generation (4G) mobile technology? Only few have heard that.. Yes it is new for me too but as we are moving forward with enhanced speed in every technology, the mobile technology also advances with us.

      Yes... 4G technology is the next generation technology after 3G in wireless communications..Lately iPhone releases this model cell phones with every technology a man needs and here is the video from you tube. Its really amazing.

      4G is nothing but "anytime", "anywhere" concept where voice, data and multimedia are embedded in it to have a better experience with a high speed bandwidth. As per Wikipedia, bandwidth requirements for 4G are 1 Gbit/s for stationary and 100 Mbit/s for mobile operation. It is mainly developed and distributed for a good quality od service for messaging service, HD TV in mobile, broadband access to internet and much more...

      Stay tunes for more info in the next posts.................

      Posted by Shiny Thursday, October 29, 2009 0 comments


      Most of us are still using Windows XP, the operating system (OS) that Microsoft first developed way back in 2001. Though the company released Windows Vista in early 2007, few upgraded to it.

      Vista came with substantially enhanced security features that also lent the system greater stability, helping to avoid the kind of 'hanging' and 'crashing' that one suffered with previous versions of the OS. But the enhanced features also made Vista so computing-resource hungry that it slowed down all applications. The only way you could make it run well was by substantially upgrading your hardware.

      That would have meant significant expenditure. And most Indians — consumers and enterprises — thought it just not worth the money.

      Vista's failure pushed Microsoft to work quickly towards another version. It's called Windows 7 and is expected to be commercially launched later this year, as some reports speculate. A beta version has been under test for a while, and what's called a release candidate (RC) — a version with potential to be the final product — has just been launched. Last week, Mike Nash, corporate VP in Microsoft, gave TOI a demo of the beta version from Redmond, US. What we give below is based on what we saw and heard, and what other beta version reviewers have to say. 

      Windows 7 is great on an HTPC because it has the look and functionality of Vista to the hardware requirements of XP . The Media Center application, which we’ve written about before, makes organizing, watching and listening to audio and video convenient, and Windows 7 handles larger fonts and icons better than the aging XP.
      So, using Windows 7 as a base, I’ve put together a cheap, low-power, reasonably functional HTPC that wouldn’t have been nearly as good if I had built it before October 22. Tune in tomorrow, when I’ll let you know the particulars of the components I’ve picked.  In the meantime, check out the Windows 7 Media Center PC Everton built for less than $300.


      Posted by Shiny Tuesday, October 27, 2009 1 comments

      A team of scientists from Italy and Sweden has developed what is believed to be the first artificial hand that has feeling.It has been attached to the arm of a 22-year-old man who lost his own hand through cancer.

      Researchers say it works by connecting human nerve endings with tiny electronic sensors. Duncan Kennedy reports from Tuscany in Italy.

      Posted by Shiny Sunday, October 25, 2009 1 comments

      Platforms based on the Intel® 975X Express Chipset and Intel® Pentium® processor Extreme Edition deliver incredible high performance for gaming, multimedia entertainment and demanding business applications of today and tomorrow.

      The Intel 975X Express Chipset enables Intel's highest desktop performance platforms, with support for the latest Intel dual-core processors, adding intelligence to help manage and prioritize multiple (quad) threads received from the processor.

      In addition to multiple thread support, the Intel 975X Express Chipset enables key performance-optimized capabilities such as support for multiple 2x8 graphics cards, Intel® Memory Pipeline Technology (Intel® MPT), 8GB memory addressability to enable 64-bit computing, and ECC memory support.

      You can get more details here:

      Lets welcome the new technology and have a comfortable speedy way in computing.

      Posted by Shiny 0 comments

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