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Top Songs Of 2012

The song has received positive reviews from critics who complimented the song’s effective lyrics and chorus, and commended Ludacris’ part and the song’s ability to have an urban twist.

Most Visited Websites 2011-2012

Google Search or Google Web Search is a web search engine owned by Google Inc. Google Search is the most-used search engine on the World Wide Web, receiving several hundred million queries each day through its various services.

History of Facebook

Mark Zuckerberg wrote Facemash, the predecessor to Facebook, on October 28, 2003, while attending Harvard as a sophomore. According to The Harvard Crimson, the site was comparable to Hot or Not, and "used photos compiled from the online facebooks of nine houses.

Airtel 3G 70% less in Kerala Plans

First time users please follow the steps as given below to go 3G in Kerala:- » Select network settings to "automatic" on your handset » Choose "3G only mode" and wait for network registration. » After registration and seeing 3G network on your handset, Select "Dual Mode" or "3G and 2G mode" to enjoy 3G .

Aakash Tablet is Available For Booking

You can Order your Aakash Tablet now. The long wait for Aakash Tablet is now over. Now you can book your Aakash Tablet online which will be delivered within a week from the day of booking. Aakash was the most awaited Indian Tablet, which took many people’s attention all over the world.

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Top social network sites

1 | Facebook
2 - eBizMBA Rank | 750,000,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 2 - Compete Rank | 2 - Quantcast Rank | 2 - Alexa Rank.

2 | Twitter
13 - eBizMBA Rank | 250,000,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 24 - Compete Rank | 5 - Quantcast Rank | 9 - Alexa Rank.

3 | LinkedIn
27 - eBizMBA Rank | 110,000,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 44 - Compete Rank | 23 - Quantcast Rank | 14 - Alexa Rank.

4 | MySpace
84 - eBizMBA Rank | 70,500,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 51 - Compete Rank | 62 - Quantcast Rank | 138 - Alexa Rank.

5 | Google Plus+
95 - eBizMBA Rank | 65,000,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | *NA* - Compete Rank | *NA* - Quantcast Rank | *NA* - Alexa Rank.
6 | DeviantArt
183 - eBizMBA Rank | 25,500,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 346 - Compete Rank | 74 - Quantcast Rank | 130 - Alexa Rank.

7 | LiveJournal
303 - eBizMBA Rank | 20,500,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 605 - Compete Rank | 203 - Quantcast Rank | 102 - Alexa Rank.

8 | Tagged
315 - eBizMBA Rank | 19,500,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 447 - Compete Rank | 217 - Quantcast Rank | 282 - Alexa Rank.

9 | Orkut
350 - eBizMBA Rank | 17,500,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | *NA* - Compete Rank | *NA* - Quantcast Rank | 156 - Alexa Rank.

10 | CafeMom
451 - eBizMBA Rank | 12,500,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 127 - Compete Rank | 82 - Quantcast Rank | 1,144 - Alexa Rank.

Google Local Search

Today, we’re rolling out Google+ Local, a simple way to discover and share local information featuring Zagat scores and recommendations from people you trust in Google+. Google+ Local helps people like my husband turn a craving—“Wow, I need brunch”—into an afternoon outing: “Perfect, there’s a dim sum place with great reviews just two blocks from here. Let’s go.” It’s integrated into Search, Maps and mobile and available as a new tab in Google+—creating one simple experience across Google.

Local information integrated across Google
From the new “Local” tab on the left-hand side of Google+, you can search for specific places or browse for ones that fit your mood. If you click on a restaurant, or a museum (or whatever), you’ll be taken to a local Google+ page that includes photos, Zagat scores and summaries, reviews from people you know, and other useful information like address and opening hours.

Google+ Local is also integrated across other products you already use every day. If you’re looking for a place on Search or Maps, you get the same great local information there too. You can also take it on the go with Google Maps for mobile on your Android device, and soon on iOS devices.

A search on Google Maps

Google+ Local on an Android phone

Better decisions with Zagat
Since Zagat joined the Google family last fall, our teams have been working together to improve the way you find great local information. Zagat has offered high-quality reviews, based on user-written submissions and surveys, of tens of thousands of places for more than three decades. All of Zagat’s accurate scores and summaries are now highlighted on local Google+ pages.

Each place you see in Google+ Local will now be scored using Zagat’s 30-point scale, which tells you all about the various aspects of a place so you can make the best decisions. For example, a restaurant that has great food but not great decor might be 4 stars, but with Zagat you’d see a 26 in Food and an 8 in Decor, and know that it might not be the best place for date night.

Recommendations and reviews from people you know and trust
Your friends know what you like, and they probably like the same things you do. That’s why the opinions of people in your circles are front and center. If you search for [tacos] on Google+ Local, your results might include a friend’s rave review of the Baja-style taco stand in your neighborhood.  And if you’re searching on Google or Google Maps for a great place to buy a gift for that same friend, your results might include a review from her about a boutique she shops at all the time.

You can also share your opinions and upload photos. These reviews and photos will help your friends when they’re checking out a place, and are also integrated into the aggregate score that other people see. The more you contribute, the more helpful Google+ Local will be for your friends, family and everyone else.

Whether it’s a block you’ve lived on for years or a city you’ve never been to before, we hope Google+ Local helps you discover new gems.

A faster, simpler Google Search app for iPhone

Starting today, when you use the Google Search app on your iPhone, you’ll see a completely redesigned interface that gives you faster results, beautiful full-screen image search, and a simple way to access all your Google apps in one place.

Search by voice, by typing, or with your camera

Get results, fast
When you’re on the go, you usually want to get things done quickly. Autocompletion of search suggestions is significantly faster in this latest version of the app, bringing you search predictions instantly with each letter you type. You’ll also notice that results load faster, and checking out webpages is easy with the slide-in panel. Quickly swipe back and forth between webpages and your search results, and swap between search modes like Images and Places with a swipeable menu. Finding text within a webpage is a snap as well; just try tapping the magnifying glass on the bottom menu option on any page.

Easily switch between search modes using the swipeable menu at the bottom
Swipe the slide-in panel to instantly return to your search results

Beautiful Image Search
Searching for images will never again be a chore. Tap the images button at the bottom of the search results page, and watch high-resolution images load into a beautiful grid. Browse the images by scrolling down the full-screen grid, or tap on a single image to get details about it and then quickly swipe from image to image. You can also tap and hold an image to save it to your camera roll to use as your wallpaper or share with a friend.

Chrome os release date soon

A year ago we introduced a new model of computing with the launch of Chromebooks. We’ve heard from many of you who’ve enjoyed the speed, simplicity and security of your Chromebooks at home, at school or at work. (Thanks for all the wonderful feedback and stories!) Today, we wanted to share some developments with you—new hardware, a major software update and many more robust apps—as we continue on our journey to make computers much better.

Next-generation devices
Our partner Samsung has just announced a new Chromebook and the industry’s first Chromebox. Like its predecessor, the newest Chromebook is a fast and portable laptop for everyday users. The Chromebox is a compact, powerful and versatile desktop perfect for the home or office.
Speed is integral to the Chrome experience. The new Chromebook and Chromebox, based on Intel Core processors, are nearly three times as fast as the first-generation Chromebooks. And support for hardware-accelerated graphics, a built-from-scratch multi-touch trackpad and an open-source firmware stack provide a much faster and more responsive computing experience. The new Chromebook boots in less than seven seconds and resumes instantly. With the Chromebox, you can be on a video conference while continuing to play your favorite role-playing game on the side.

An app-centric user interface
With the new user interface you can easily find and launch apps, and use them alongside your browser or other apps. You can pin commonly-used apps for quick access, display multiple windows side-by-side or experience your favorite apps in full-screen mode without any distractions.

Be much more productive...or not
  • Get more stuff done, online or offline: With the built-in ability to view Microsoft Office files and dozens of the most common file formats, you can access all your content without the hassle of installing additional software. Google Drive makes it easy to create, store and share with just one click. Drive will be seamlessly integrated with the File Manager and support offline access with the next release of Chrome OS in six weeks. With Google Docs offline support (rolling out over the next few weeks), you can keep working on your documents even when offline and seamlessly sync back up when you re-connect. In addition, there are hundreds of offline-capable web apps in the Chrome Web Store.
  • Have more fun: The revamped media player and a built-in photo editor and uploader enable you to easily play and manage your personal media collections. Through the Chrome Web Store, you can access entertainment apps such as Google Play, Netflix, Kindle Cloud Reader and Pandora, and thousands of games including popular games like Angry Birds and console titles such as Bastion.
  • Carry your other computers...inside your Chromebook: With Chrome Remote Desktop Beta, you can now securely connect to your PC or Mac from your Chromebook or Chromebox. With the underlying VP8 technology, it’s almost like you’re in front of your other computers in real time.
The (always) new computer
We’ve released eight stable updates over the past year, adding a number of major features and hundreds of improvements to all Chromebooks through our seamless auto-update mechanism. There’s a lot more on the way, so all you need to do is sit back and enjoy the benefits of the (always) new computer.

For those who want to try the Chromebook and Chromebox first-hand, we’re expanding the Chrome Zone experience centers. In the U.S., Chromebooks will be available to try out in select Best Buy stores in the coming weeks. In the U.K., they’re now available in a growing list of PC World and Currys stores.

VLC 2.0 Released

VLC reaches 2.0
  • VLC 2.0 "Twoflower" is a major new version of our popular media player.
  • With faster decoding on multi-core, GPU, and mobile hardware and the ability to open more formats, notably professional, HD and 10bits codecs, 2.0 is a major upgrade for VLC.
  • Twoflower has a new rendering pipeline for video, with higher quality subtitles, and new video filters to enhance your videos.
  • It supports many new devices and BluRay Discs (experimental).
  • Completely reworked Mac and Web interfaces and improvements in the other interfaces make VLC easier than ever to use.
  • Twoflower fixes several hundreds of bugs, in more than 7000 commits from 160 volunteers.
VLC Version 2.0.1 released

BSNL’s ‘Pantel’ blow out ‘Aakash’

BSNL, the state-owned telecom giant, has launched a new tablet in India that wants to take the failing Aakash tablet head-on. Noida-based company Pantel Technologies was tapped to produce the T-Pad IS 710r and it’s priced at just Rs. 3,250, o– a fraction above the Aakash price with better configuration.

The Penta TPAD IS701R is a powerful tablet solution at an unbelievably affordable price you may never have dreamed of! An Android OS based system with a high resolution 7” resistive touch screen (TFT Display) coupled with a powerful 1GHz processor and inbuilt DDR II 256M RAM give you best performance in the entry level category. You have all the controls in a single finger touch mode. Browse web wirelessly or enjoy media playback on this entry level Penta TPAD. The built in 2GB memory can be expanded upto 32GB using the onboard TF Card slot.

the details of plan order from BSNLis  here
there are two other Tablets that offer more power with capacitive touch screens, but they are more costly and not bundled with BSNL offer.

Everything You Need to Know about USB Drives – USB 2.0 vs USB 3.0

Everyone probably knows what USB stands for, universal serial bus. It’s one of those abbreviations that’s so commonplace, its become part of our daily life. Like the name implies, USB is truly universal. It is one of the most versatile communication protocols in the world today. Encompassing devices of all shapes and sizes, USB connectors are found on computers, televisions, photo frames and whatnot! Originally started as an attempt to facilitate easier connections between devices and computers, it has now become the standard connection interface. Now, when you go out to get yourself a new device, lets say an external hard drive, you’ve probably come across a few that boast of “USB 3.0 support”. Also, these devices are slightly more expensive. So what’s it all about?
The tech world has a penchant for adding larger numbers to software and hardware alike, and often, it’s hardly a change. But that’s not the case this time around, USB 3.0 is quite an improvement over its predecessor. Although introduced back in 2008, USB 3.0 devices and capable computers have started breaching the mainstream market only in the recent past. It’s hardly been long since USB 3.0 devices don’t burn large holes in your pocket.

USB 2.0 vs USB 3.0USB 1.0 and 1.1

Back in 1996, USB 1.0 was introduced with a max. data transfer rate of 12Megabit/s. It had quite a few limitations and didn’t really catch on. Almost 2 years later in August 1998, USB 1.1 was introduced. It fixed some limitations of connectivity and made the protocol more practical. This was the earliest version of USB that caught on. Devices and computers started using it and the then widely used serial ports began to see a decline.

USB 2.0

Again 2 years later, in 2000 USB 2.0 was released. It is still used today is one of the rare instances where technology doesn’t change for quite some time. So USB 2.0 brought with it a host of new features. The main one was of course, speed. USB 2.0 is capable of data transfer of 480 Mbits/sec or 60MB/sec. That meant it was almost 10 times faster than the previous version! It was thus dubbed “Hi-Speed”. USB 2.0 devices and computers flooded the market pretty soon and they became the standard connection protocol pretty soon. Until 2006, USB 2.0 was tweaked internally for more efficient power usage and other enhancements were made. Also, form factors and new connectors were added. In December 2006, one of the most important features used today was added. The feature was USB On-The-Go. This allowed USB devices to communicate with each other without requiring a full time host. To make it clearer, know how USB drives can be connected to tablet PC’s, PDA’s or other such devices? This is made possible because of USB On-The-Go. 2007 saw another very useful feature being intoduced, USB charging. Now devices could draw power and still transfer data effectively. In the years after, USB 2.0 was improved to consume less power and have in idle mode where they didn’t draw power. The last revision/upgrade to USB 2.0 was back in 2010.
USB 2.0 vs USB 3.0

USB 3.0

In 2008, USB 3.0 was released. It was capable of data transfers upto 5Gbits/sec or 625MB/sec, was more power efficient and is backwards compatible with USB 2.0. USB 3.0 was termed as “SuperSpeed”. USB 3.0 ports look quite similar to USB 2.0 ports, but feature 9 pins instead of 4 found in 2.0. USB 3.0 operates in full-duplex mode, unlike USB 2.0 (half-duplex). This means, data upload and download can take place simultaneously without slowdown. When initially introduced, USB 3.0 didn’t see much mainstream support and industry biggies like Intel and Apple didn’t start USB 3.0 support until 2011. This significantly increased market adoption time. Most conglomerates decided to wait for data communication protocols like SATA 3.0, PCIe 3.0 and USB 3.0 to mature before extending their support. Even now, there are some driver problems and Windows 7 doesn’t natively support USB 3.0. But Windows 8 is slated to fully support USB 3.0.
USB 2.0 vs USB 3.0
Now, its rather well known that what you see is not always what you get. Case in point here is the USB interface. Although USB 2.0 claimed data transfer speeds of 60MB/s, practically you can get speeds of upto 40MB/s, even on computers with all the bells and whistles. USB 3.0 is capable of upto 625MB/s transfers, but in the real world, you’ll be lucky to see anything in excess of 300MB/s or so. This is mainly the fault of compatibility with the OS. Most drivers are still faulty and the full potential of USB 3.0 hasn’t been unlocked yet. So is it worth putting some extra moolah to get USB 3.0 capable controllers or devices? It probably is, according to us. You won’t be spending a truckload of money, yet you will have the advantages of speed and efficiency.  Getting a new computer? Make sure you get a motherboard capable of handling USB 3.0. If you’re not getting a new computer and still want to jump on the USB 3.0 bandwagon, get yourself a USB 3.0 external card that attaches to a PCIe slot on your motherboard and provides USB 3.0 ports. These cards come for around 50$ or so. Sure, the world isn’t switching to USB 3.0 this very moment, but it doesn’t hurt to be future proof, would it? Do you think it’s worth the upgrade? Drop us a line and let us know what you think about this USB 2.0 vs USB 3.0 post.

Make Your Own Super Fast Customized Android Mobile Browser – Maxthon Read more:

Have you ever tried to make your own browser ? Well, if you haven’t tried it yet, here is your chance. Maxthon browser, which is a leading Windows, Android super fast browser has introduced a new service to make your own browser. If you are using a Android mobile and want to try this amazing way of making own mobile browser, then you need to spend your few seconds with us. Many ROM developers, other groups and individuals who are interested in standing out from the crowd now have a new option for personalized software.
This new free service from Maxthon is now open to anyone who wants to create a customized Android browser. You can customize your own look and feel, content links, splash screen and homepage in your browser. This fast, easy way to create your own customized Android browser has been tried my millions of people so far. The best part is, you can find your own content, links and imagery in the customized browser which you just made. Its all up to you to design it and think over what to add and what not to.
make your own browserWith this free browser, you can get many benefits offered by Maxthon Mobile itself. You can experience the lightning speed, strong security, great battery and bandwidth management, addons in your own customized Android mobile browser. This Make your own browser service is a part of Maxthon’s ongoing efforts to make the web a high performance, fun and distinctive experience. You can create your own Maxthon Mobile Android browser in just 5 easy steps.
Highly Recommended Post : Top 5 Best Browsers Which Never Crash
“Make Your Browser” is the latest in a long line of personalized products,” says Karl Mattson, GM of Maxthon International/Chief of Product Development. Maxthon has always been offering new and fun ways to customize the web experience. Make Your own browser in one such service where you will feel the excitement to the core. Maxthon in a meeting said, “We’ll be offering our customers more and more ways to tailor their Internet experience in the days and weeks to come.”

Amazon Kindle Fire Nears 100,000 Sales in One Day

The Amazon Kindle Fire, aka the iPad for Moms who don't want to pay $500, has been a wild runaway success. There aren't any official sales numbers, but Amazon has reported that the Kindle Fire has been its top seller since it went on pre-order. A New York based marketing firm came up with the estimated sales, and they don't sound extravagant at all. The ridiculous low price of $199 for the Fire has demand soaring. Hopefully on it's November 15th launch, Amazon will have enough stock to go around. Considering right now that every single pre-order of the Fire has been done online, you can expect once retailers such as Best Buy and Target get this in their stores, that it will be sold out immediately.

Aakash Tablet is Available For Booking

inally you can Order your Aakash Tablet now. The long wait for Aakash Tablet is now over. Now you can book your Aakash Tablet online which will be delivered within a week from the day of booking. Aakash was the most awaited Indian Tablet, which took many people’s attention all over the world. From 2 Months, people are eagerly waiting for this tab to come into market. Since we all know that there are two versions in Aakash Tablet, one is the student version which is named as Aakash Tablet and another is Ubislate 7 which is an upgrade version of Aakash Tablet.

Order Your Aakash Tablet Now : Only Online

People have a lot of questions on the Aakash Tablet, which made us to write a post called : Aakash Ubislate 7 Tablet FAQ where we discussed almost all doubts asked by our readers. And according to the government of India, The ultimate goal of making this Aakash Tablet is to provide quality education with help of latest technology like android and also to provide better features for students for a lesser cost when compared to other tabs. To make it even more better, the Aakash Tablet is upgraded to a new version called Ubislate 7. This is commercially available to everyone and everywhere in India. This commercial version of Ubislate 7 can be pre-booked now, so that you can get the delivery in the last week of January 2012.
Whereas Aakash Tablet is only for students where you can restrict your children from misusing the GPRS features like Using a phone SIM card to make calls and to browser more Internet. You can book your Aakash Tablet only via Online and the delivery will be done within a week’s time. You can pay the cash on delivery, which is seriously amazing. If you want to change your mind and shift the order from Aakash Tablet to Ubislate 7, its never late. You can cancel the order when they call you to confirm the order. If you want to check out the specification of both Aakash Tablet and Ubislate 7, then take a look at the above screenshot.

According to me, if you want no GPRS for you Tablet, then you can go for the Aakash Tablet, which you can book it now itself. And if you want a amazing 700Mhz Cortex A8 M microprocessor, with a 3200 mAh battery power then wait for Ubislate 7. The Aakash Tablet is having Android 2.2 as its operating system, where as Ubislate 7 is having Android 2.3 as the operating system. The best part in Ubislate 7 is the availability of GPRS, where you can connect you SIM card and use the tablet as a phone. And if you want to

Order your Aakash Tablet now, Click here : Book Aakash Tablet - Student Version for Rs: 2,500

Pre-book the Ubislate Tablet, Click here : Pre-book Ubislate 7 – Commercial Version for Rs: 2,999

For more information, You can go the Official Page of Aakash - Aakash Tablet, Aakash Ubislate

Please not that there is no pre payment for booking Aakash Tablet. The only way is to pay cash on delivery. It might take a week’s time to deliver the Tablet. You can book you Aakash only via Online as mentioned above. If you have any queries, please leave a comment. Please share the news with your friends and Order Your Aakash Tablet Now.

Google Chrome Could Finally be Coming to Android

According to a post over on the Chromium Code site, Google could potentially bringing it's amazing Chrome browser to Android. Now, the browser wars on Android are even more fierce than the desktop, but having Chrome could potentially mean built in things like bookmark and page sharing right out of the box, with possible support for Chrome extensions as well. No word yet as to when this could happen, but fingers are pointing at Ice Cream Sandwich to have it bundled.

New iPhone Announced; Not the iPhone 5

To every Apple fanboy's dismay, yesterday Apple announced the iPhone 4S. Looking exactly the same as the iPhone 4, the only noticeable improvements were a dual-core A5 processor, and a new camera (granted, the new camera is actually amazing). They also touted Siri, the virtual personal assistant that reeks of Vlingo or Google Voice Actions. According to them, the original iPhone 4 wasn't powerful enough to run any sort of voice recognition, so you need the iPhone 4S for that. Other than that, there are only minor things like "intelligent antenna switching" which allows you to actually hold your phone like a person when you talk on it, and the addition of an HSPA radio that only works on ATT. So if you get this on Verizon or Sprint, then you are stuck with 3G speeds.

Pre-orders start on Oct 7th, with the phone being released a week later on the 14th. The Apple website has the typical Apple-style, but even the most hardcore of Apple supporters will notice that there are only 3 things mentioned as being new to the device.

Cheapest Android Tablet Ever Hits Indian Grad Students

How would you like a 7" tablet running Android 2.2 for under $100? How about under $50? Thanks to a generous purchase order by the Indian government, Indian grad students can grab it for just $35. It's not going to blow your pants off with its power, but for the price, it would be an amazing web tablet/ereader.

Operating system: Android 2.2
Screen: 7รข€³ resistive
Processor: 366 MHz + HD video co-processor
RAM: 256 MB
Flash memory: 2GB + 2GB Micro-SD (expandable up to 32 GB)
USB ports: 2
Network: WiFi (GPRS & 3G options)

So far they aren't available to anyone else, but the company behind it says that eventually it wants to bring the cost down to possibly just $10. Sign me up for 5.



National Telecom Policy 2012 Approved : No
Roaming Charges and Pan India MNP One
Nation – One Mobile Number -
The Govt of India today approved a National Telecom Policy 2012, which will replace more than a 12 years old telecom regulations and now mobile service users will be able to avail FREE Roaming and keep their Phone Numbers even if they switch service providers anywhere in the country with the Nation Wide Intra Circle MNP, proposed in the new Telecom Policy. The cabinet has approved the new National Telecom Policy with some changes from what was proposed earlier, The New Telecom Policy recommends one Nation, one license policy across services and service areas to abolish Roaming charges. The distinction between local and STD calls would vanish, as the policy aims at a ‘one-nation-one-licence’ regime. With the implementation of new National Telecom Policy, Now Telecom operators/Mobile Service providers would not require any separate licences for operations in various parts of the country and a single licence would suffice. Under the new telecom policy, telecom ministry also provisionsfor inter-circle Mobile Number Portability (MNP) i.e. Full MNP, which involves changingan operator while retaining the same phone number in different telecom circles.
Highlights : New National Telecom Policy 2012 :
1) One Nation-One License to mean removal of
Roaming charges on Mobile phone service.
2) Full Mobile Number Portability and work
towards One Nation – Free Roaming.
3) Efforts Towards ‘Right to Broadband’
4) Affordable and reliable Broadband on demand
by 2015 and to achieve 175 million broadband
connections by the year 2017 and 600 million
by the year 2020 at minimum 2 Mbps
download speed and making available higher
speeds of atleast 100 Mbps on demand.
5) To revise the existing broadband download
speed of 256 Kbps to 512 Kbps by end of 2012
and subsequently to 2 Mbps by2015 and
higher speeds of atleast 100 Mbps thereafter.
6) Mission is to have special coverage of Remote,
Rural areas across India.
7) Protect consumer interest bypromoting
informed consent, transparency and
accountability in quality of service, tariff, usage
8)Optimize transmission of services to consumers
irrespective of their devices or locations by
Fixed-Mobile 9) Convergence thus making
available valuable spectrum for other wireless
services. Convergence of services will cover voice, data,
video, Internet, VAS
10) Cloud Computing, Next Generation Network
including IPV6
11) De-link licenses issuances& spectrum
12) Spectrum to be made available at market
13) Seek TRAI recommendation on license
14) Will allow trading, sharing, pooling of spectrum..
Source- othr forum