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Nokia Lumia 720 Buynow

Colorful and captivating with the power of Windows, Nokia presents yet another Lumia that can reduce the world to fit into your palm. The Nokia Lumia 720 is a single GSM SIM candybar smartphone that works on Windows Phone 8 operating system; the Live tiles are quite something, packing functionality with bright, bold style seamlessly. The phone draws its strength from a 1 GHz Qualcomm Krait Dual Core processor backed by 512 MB RAM and Adreno 305 graphics.

The Lumia 720 sports a 4.29 inch capacitive WVGA touch screen with a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels and a color depth of 16 M to give you the clearer picture of life. The touchscreen works even when you have gloves on or with long nails and the IPS screen ensures better, wider viewing angles as well.

The 6.7 megapixel primary camera on the phone has an LED flash and is supported by the 1.3 megapixel secondary camera in the front; the Carl Zeiss Tessar lens on the Nokia Lumia 720 ensures that you get the perfect shot, regardless of where you are and what lighting you have. The phone is capable of recording 720 x 1280 HD videos at 30 frames per second.

Design and Connectivity
The ClearBlack technology used on the sturdy, resistant Sculpted Corning Gorilla Glass 2 screen of the bright and bold Nokia Lumia 720 ensures that the display performs well even under sunlight. Connectivity options galore, you are spoilt for choice when it comes to the Lumia 720 - enjoy superior browsing speeds with the GPRS, EDGE or 3G or just use the Wi-Fi to connect to Facebook and Twitter. Transferring data remains a cinch with either the microUSB or the bluetooth and the phone can be tethered via a Wi-Fi hotspot.

Storage and Battery
The Lumia 720 is powered by a 2000 mAh battery that can give you up to 23 hours of talk time on 2G networks. The phone has an internal memory of 8 GB to store all your apps, music and files. This can be extended up to a massive 64 GB through a microSD card.


Samsung Galaxy Star S5282

In the modern world, connectivity is almost as important as food, clothing and shelter. Keeping this in mind, Samsung phones have been designed to be easy to connect to almost all social networking portals apart from delivering seamless basic telecommunication capabilities. The Samsung Galaxy Star S5282 is a very capable device that runs on the latest Android Jelly Bean OS. The phone sports a Dual SIM slot for carrying two active numbers at a time. The Dual SIM phone will be able to keep both the numbers on standby which is extremely helpful in keeping the battery consumption to a minimum.

The candy bar design of the Samsung Galaxy Star makes it easy to hold and operate with one hand. The phone works with the GSM frequency for both the SIMs. The 1 GHz processor used in the Galaxy Star is more than enough to run basic tasks and keep the memory consumption to a minimum. Depending on the tasks, the phone is capable of multitasking with relative ease. The Star comes with a TFT LCD touch screen having a size of 2.9 inches. The QVGA screen comes with a resolution of 320 x 240 p.

The camera has a 2 MP sensor and is also capable of good quality video recording. The camera can easily perform certain functions like Scene Modes, Shooting Modes and Effects for the pictures, Timer Shots, White Balance adjustments, Metering and Image Editing. The battery used in the phone has a capacity of 1200 mAh which is sufficient in powering the phone for quite a while. It gives a talk time of 14 hours and a standby time of 320 hours on 2G.



Airtel, Google launch Free Zone

Bharti Airtel has entered into an agreement with Google to offer customers the first search page on the Google engine for free. This means Airtel users will be able to conduct a basic Google search or set up a Gmail account without subscribing to a data service plan on the network. Free Zone, as the service is called, aims to empower first time internet users. 
Airtel mobile customers can access the service by visiting. "In (India),feature phones predominate, our association with Google to bring Free Zone to India will encourage millions of users to discover the power of mobile internet," said N Rajaram, chief marketing officer - consumer business, Bharti Airtel.


Intel's new 4th generation Core processors reach India

Intel has announced that laptops and desktop PCs powered by its 4th generation Core processor based on Haswell architecture are now available in India.
Haswell, which is successor to Ivy Bridge processors currently found in mainstream laptops and desktops, doesn't offer much advantage in terms of performance over its predecessors.
However, it is more power efficient and offers significantly better battery life, something that should help Intel take on the popularity of tablets in the market. Intel said that Haswell processor in laptops deliver up to 50 per cent increase in battery life in active workloads over the previous generation
The company added that due to its power efficiency Haswell will enable manufacturersAcer, Lenovo, Dell and HP to create thinner and lighter devices that could also serve as tablets.
Intel South Asia managing director Debjani Ghosh said that Haswell processor are one of the most power-efficient chips the company had created. "The 4th Generation Intel Core processors offer the most significant gain in battery life ever achieved by Intel, up to double the graphics and significant CPU performance improvements that will deliver an exciting user experience," she said.
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Zen Ultrafone 701HD review: Best value for money

Zen Mobiles is not a well-known phone brand. It is a local phone maker, justMicromax and Spice though not as popular, and mostly deals in low-cost feature phones. But justother local phone makers, Zen too sees a window of opportunity in the Android and the smartphone boom that the OS has sparked.

Ultrafone 701HD is an attempt by Zen Mobile to cash in on the demand for affordable smartphones in the country. On paper, Ultrafone 701HD is similar to some of the other smartphones sold by the local OEMs. Quad-core processor? Check. Android? Check. An HD screen? Check. And an 8MP camera? Yes, the device has that.

So why should you pick (or not pick) it over the devices sold by the likes of Micromax, Karbonn and Spice, which seems to have better brand recognition? Read on to know...

Good build quality
As we noted earlier, there is nothing special in Ultrafone 701HD on paper compared to other similar phones available in the market. But then it is not required. Most of the Android phones sold by local OEMs in Rs 10,000 to Rs 15,000 price bracket have decent hardware. The real question is how these devices have been put together and if the hardware has been used to its full potential?

For Ultrafone 701HD, the answer to this question is a yes. The body of the phone is built matte plastic that doesn't feel cheap. The back cover has a soft rubber-like coating that is impervious to finger prints and feels better than the glossy plastic many budget phones use. The screen of the phone is encased in a thin metal strip with chrome polish. Ultrafone 701HD is a big phone with its screen measuring 5-inch diagonally. Under the screen, there are three standard buttons - home, back and menu.
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Microsoft set to launch Windows 8.1 preview

Microsoft is giving people a peek into Windows 8.1, a free update that promises to address some of the gripes people have with the latest version of the company's flagship operating system.
Although the preview version of Windows 8.1 is meant for Microsoft's partners and other technology developers, anyone will be able to download it for free, exactly eight months since desktops, laptops and tablets with Windows 8 went on sale. The version of the Windows 8.1 update meant for the general public will come out later in the year, though a specific date hasn't been announced.
Many of the new features have been shown off already. A three-day Build conference, which in San Francisco, will give Microsoft developers a chance to learn more about the new system and try it out. It also will give the company a chance to explain some of the reasoning behind the update and sell developers on Microsoft's ambitions to regain relevance lost to Apple's iPad and various devices running Google's Android software.
There's also speculation that Microsoft could show off a new, smaller version of its Surface tablet computers. One of the new features in Windows 8.1 is the ability to work well on smaller-screen devices.

Windows 8, which was released October 26, was meant to be Microsoft's answer to changing customer behaviors and the rise of tablet computers. The operating system emphasizes touch controls over the mouse and the keyboard, which had been the main way people have interacted with their personal computers since the 1980s.
But some people have been put off by the radical makeover.
Although Microsoft has said it has sold more than 100 million Windows 8 licenses so far, some analysts have blamed the lackluster response to the operating system for a steep drop in PC sales in the first three months of the year, the worst drop since tracking by outside research firms began in 1994.


Samsung to start selling Galaxy Tab 3 on July 7

Samsung is expanding its lineup of tablet computers and making them look moreits Galaxy smartphones, as it hopes to translate its success in phones to the tablet market,Apple is dominant.

Samsung Electronics, the second-largest maker of tablets after Apple, said it is putting three new tablets in the Galaxy Tab 3 series on sale in the US on July 7. The cheapest, a $199 device, will have a screen that measures 7 inches diagonally. An 8-inch model will go for $299 and a 10-inch one for $399.

"Our goal is to attract Galaxy smartphone users, and to make it the ultimate smartphone accessory," said Shoneel Kolhatkar, director of product planning at Samsung Mobile.

The "Tab" line is Samsung's value brand, undercutting the price of similar Apple models. Samsung's premium tablets are in the "Note" line, which include styluses. The 7-inch and 10-inch tablets had "Tab 2" equivalents, but the 8-inch model is new, and coincides closely in size with Apple's iPad Mini, which came out late last year.

The new tablets have the same three buttons on the front as the Galaxy smartphones. Last year's Tab 2 had no physical buttons on the front, as encouraged by Google, which supplies the Android software.
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Sony unveils 6.4-inch phablet, updates smartwatch

Sony has taken the covers off its 6.4-inch phablet, named Xperia Z Ultra, as well as its third-generation smartwatch. The new phablet dwarfs the biggest phone in Samsung's portfolio and is the first device to pack Qualcomm's Snapdragon 800 chipset which theoretically has the fastest processor in the world.
Sony Xperia Z Ultra phablet has a full HD display (1920x1080p resolution) with 344ppi pixel density. The quad-core CPU of the handset is clocked at 2.2GHz and is supported by 2GB RAM. This device has the same design language as Xperia Z smartphone and features on-screen keys as well as scratch-resistant and shatterproof glass. Justthe current flagship phone, Xperia Z Ultra is waterproof and dust resistant, even though it can withstand staying in the water for longer duration of time.
The phablet runs on Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) with a customized UI to make better use of the extra screen size. Xperia Z Ultra packs 16GB internal storage and supports microSD card expansion up to 64GB. Connectivity suite of Sony's latest gadget consists of 2G, 3G, 4G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC and microUSB 2.0.
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Samsung Galaxy Grand GT-I9082 @ RS.17699

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The Samsung Galaxy Grand I9082 is an upcoming phone that is slated for an early 2013 release in the Indian market. The Grand is a dual SIM phone that can support two separate GSM connections. Until recently, dual SIM phones were grossly underpowered and battery capacities on them were quite less. This is certainly not the case with the Samsung Galaxy Grand I9082. The dual SIM phone has a powerful battery that can power the phone for more than a day on normal continuous use. The Grand by Samsung is set to revolutionize the market for Dual SIM phones.
The Samsung Galaxy Grand I9082 is a versatile phone that boasts of an 8 MP primary camera that is capable of some high resolution photos and video capture. The secondary front facing camera is composed of an upgraded 2 MP camera. The primary camera is capable of Full High Definition video recording at 1920 X 1080p at 30 frames per second. The quality can be adjusted between HD ready to Full HD depending on the amount of space you want to be utilized for each video file. The camera comes with an LED flash that is capable of illuminating your subjects quite adequately even in low light conditions to give you clear images.


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Sony Vaio Pro 13 Touch review

Not everyone wants to buy an Apple laptop, but serious Windows 8 competitors to the MacBook Air have been few and far between.

When Windows 8 systems started rolling out last year, it seemed like PC manufacturers spent all their efforts trying to make some sort of hybrid or convertible laptop. For their regular clamshell notebooks, the most they did was install Windows 8 and put in a touch screen.

But, based on the Sony Vaio Pro 13 Touch ultrabook (and its smaller linemate, the Pro 11), it looks like the wait for some interesting ultrabooks might be over thanks to the launch of Intel's fourth-gen Core i-series processors.
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Samsung Galaxy Note III leaked image Gallery

Samsung has been releasing smartphones at a rapid pace in the past couple of months. Now, a new image of the company's Galaxy Note III phablet has emerged on the internet, just a day ahead of Samsung's June 20 event in London. The handset is an update to the Galaxy Note II smartphone and is slated to be launched at IFA 2013 in August.

The image has been leaked by a Twitter user @PunkPanda, who tweeted that the phone has a 6-inch screen. He also wrote that the display accounts for 84% of the front's footprint, meaning very thin bezels onsides of the screen. The image shows a Galaxy Note III with big screen and curved edge.

Recently, a prototype of Samsung Galaxy Note III also made its way to the internet. It is rumoured that this phone will have a 5.99-inch SuperAMOLED screen with 1920x1080p resolution, 13MP camera with optical image stabilization and support S Pen stylus. Antutu records show the score of a Galaxy Note III with 1.6GHz quad-core processor and running on the unannounced Android 4.3 mobile operating system.
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Apple iPhone 6 with 4.7 inch full HD display coming next year?

Apple will launch iPhone 6 next year, according to a report . The report said that the device is expected next year autumn (January-March).
Till now, the grapevine is filled with rumours of Apple launching the next iPhone as soon as this July itself. Most of the reports also said that the phone is to be called as Apple iPhone 5S.

Meanwhile, the recent report said that the Apple iPhone 6 will come with a 4.8 inch full HD resolution display. The display, called the Retina+, will be manufactured by Sharp. Although there are no mentions about the use of naked eye 3D technology anywhere but until the device is officially announced nothing concrete can be said about it.

The iPhone 6 will however will miss out on the hardware home key and will also include eye tracking feature much like the Samsung Galaxy S4 for scrolling pages and documents. The iPhone 6 is expected to be powered with the Apple A7 quad core processor with an expected clock speed of up to 1.8 GHz.
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Micromax Canvas 4 coming in July, pre-booking to start from June 28

Micromax is yet again getting ready to paint a new canvas. This time round it will be Micromax Canvas 4, the would-be flagship smartphone of the company, which was showcased via a teaser video on its official YouTube channel.

Pre- Booking for the Micromax Canvas 4 will start on June 28. Though price of the Canvas 4 has not been revealed but going by the history, Micromax is expected to price it at around Rs 20,000.
As per our sources, Micromax is expected to launch Canvas 4 by second week of July and will reveal the price at that time.
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Domo launches 5.2” mobile in India for Rs 8,900

Domo launches two new Android phone with nTice F12 and nTiceA10 priced at Rs 8,900 and Rs 3,990 respectively with 5.2 inch and 4 inchdisplay.
Domo, a new home grown brand, has entered the smartphonemarket with two new very attractively priced Android phones. It has launched a5.2 inch display bearing handset, called Domo nTice F12, and a 4 inch DomonTice A10, priced at Rs 8,900 and Rs 3,990 respectively.
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Nexus 7 Smart Tablet Rs. 18999

The Nexus range of devices is one of the most sought after devices released with Google’s latest Android OS. These devices are always linked to the latest updates from Google directly. Though the Nexus 7 ports with the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS, it can be upgraded to the 4.2 version very easily. The tablet comes with a wide 7 inch LCD IPS capacitive touch screen having a resolution of 1280 x 800 p. This will allow you to watch high quality HD videos on the device.

The capacity of the Nexus 7 Tablet is limited to 32 GB of internal memory. The 1 GB DDR3 RAM is quite capable of providing the Nexus with enough free space to carry out multiple tasks together. Along with the ample RAM, the 1.2 GHz NVIDIA Tegra 3 Quad Core processor excels in carrying out CPU intensive tasks with utmost ease. The Tegra 3 processor comes with Quad Core processing power, which allows for better battery management while taking care of multiple tasks. It comes with GPS and Google Maps.


Sony Xperia ZR Smartphone Rs. 29899

4.6-inch TFT Capacitive Touchscreen
1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro Quad Core Processor
Full HD Recording
0.3 MP Secondary Camera
Android v4.1 (Jelly Bean) OS
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Expandable Storage Capacity of 32 GB
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HTC One 801e Smartphone Rs.41500

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2 GB RAM and 32 GB Internal Memory
1.7 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 Quad Core Processor
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Beauty need not just be in the eyes of the beholder with the HTC One that seamlessly blends timeless class with post-modern functionality to present a phone that reshapes your smartphone experience. The flagship device from the makers at HTC, the single GSM SIM smartphone runs on the Android (Jelly Bean) that is aided and abetted by the HTC BlinkFeed which moulds your online and offline existence effortlessly feeding real time happenings right onto your homescreen. Easy on the eye and extremely customizable and functional, BlinkFeed brings the pulse of the world to your palm.

Powered by a 1.7 Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 Quad Core processor with 2 GB RAM, this capacitive touch phone covets bragging rights with a 4.7 inch screen with full HD 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution. Juiced by a Li-Polymer 2300 mAh battery, the phone can give you up to 27 hours on 2G networks.

Rebuilding Infosys will take 3 years: Narayana Murthy

Promising to dedicate himself to the task at hand, NR Narayana Murthy, executive chairman of Infosys said that the company has overcome tougher and bigger challenges before. At the company's AGM, Murthy said that his calling was 'sudden, unexpected and most unusual.'
Stating that during last 2 years focus on core business was blurred, Murthy emphasised the need to focus on employees and take quick and firm decisions. Murthy said that the task of rebuilding a desirable Infosys will take at least 36 months.
"We need to exceed expectations of customers. We are optimistic," he said. Murthy said that he felt nice to be back at Infosys after missing the 2012 AGM.
NR Narayana Murthy has made his first significant move upon returning to Infosys by effecting an unexpected round of wage increases for the company's 1.5 lakh employees. By doing so, analysts said, the Infosys chairman is trying to kill several birds with one stone, displaying tactical finesse that has earned him a reputation as one of India's canniest entrepreneurs.


Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 pre-orders start at Rs 30,900

Samsung India has started taking pre-orders for the biggest smartphone in its portfolio, the Galaxy Mega 6.3. Interestingly, the company's official e-store is taking advance bookings for the device at Rs 30,900, even though it was launched last month at Rs 31,490.
According to the South Korean manufacturer's e-store, the phone is currently not in stock and will be delivered by the third week of June 2013. This handset is only available only in black colour as of now.

Online retailers Flipkart and Infibeam have also begun taking pre-orders for Galaxy Mega 6.3 at Rs 30,900. Flipkart says that it will be available in the fifth week of June and is offering the phone in only black colour. Infibeam, on the other hand, is taking orders for the device in black as well as white colours (subject to availability) and says that the estimated launch date for the device is June 22.
Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3, as the name suggests, features a 6.3-inch TFT HD display and is powered by a 1.7 GHz dual-core processor. This device has 1.5GB RAM and comes in 8 and 16GB memory options, with microSD card support up to 64GB. It can connect to the internet over 2G, 3G, 4G and Wi-Fi networks and transfer data via Bluetooth 4.0, microUSB 2.0 and NFC. The manufacturer has strapped an 8MP camera with LED flash on the back of the device, whereas a 1.9MP shooter on the front.

Infosys bags Rs 285 crore contract US state

IT services major Infosys said its subsidiary has been awarded a one-year contract valued at $49.5 million (about Rs 285 crore) the US District of Columbia to develop its health benefit exchange.
The contract has been awarded to Infosys Public Services, a US-based subsidiary of Infosys. The Exchange, District of Columbia Access System (DCAS), is a health and human services solution that will provide seamless healthcare coverage while minimising risks, the company said.
"The US District of Columbia awarded Infosys Public Services a one-year contract valued at $49.5 million to develop its new health benefit exchange, a crucial component of the Affordable Care Act," Bangalore-headquartered Infosys said a BSE filing.
Infosys Public Services is the prime systems integrator of this healthcare system transformation that will bring critically important benefits to nearly one quarter million District residents, it added.
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Report: Google Said to Be Close to Buying Waze for More Than $1 Billion

The deal hasn't been finalized yet, but according to the report, Google agreed not to lay off Waze workers at its development center in Israel, and will allow the company to continue its development in Israel 'for at least three years.'The bidding war for crowdsourced navigation app Waze has reportedly been won by Google, which will pay 'more than $1 billion' for the startup, according to Israeli newspaper Haaretz
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 According to the report, the conditions of the deal will keep Waze CEO Noam Bardin at the helm of the company, and Waze will retain its brand and won't be integrated into Google.


E-tailing to touch $ 76 billion by 2021 in India: Study

The total size of the business of selling retail goods on the Internet, commonly known as e-tailing, is set to touch $ 76 billion mark by 2021 in the country, according to a study by Technopak.
E-tailing, which is around 6 per cent of the total e- commerce, is estimated to be around $ 0.6 billion in 2012, said the study 'E-tailing in India Unlocking the Potential'.
"In India, e-tailing has the potential to grow more than hundred-fold in the next nine years to reach a value of $ 76 billion by 2021. The country's growing Internet- habituated consumer base, which will comprise 180 million broadband users by 2020, along with a burgeoning class of mobile Internet users, will drive the e-tailing story," the study said.
The total e-commerce business in India, including other products and services such as travel and financial services, is estimated to be $ 10 billion in 2012, it said.
It said in India, the retail market at present is primarily served by traditional brick and mortar stores which make up 93 per cent of the total market. Corporatised brick and mortar retail caters to nearly 7 per cent, while e-tailing's share is 0.1 per cent.

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Updated: iOS 7 release date, news and rumours

With Apple's WWDC 2013 developer conference taking place over the coming days, we're about to learn more details on the forthcoming iOS 7 update for the the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.
The last major iOS 6 update for Apple's mobile devices was mostly hit, but there was a big Maps-shaped miss.
Lots of people were rightly angry about Apple ditching Google data, but beyond that mis-step there were things to like: a more useful Siri (App launching plus the recognition that a world exists outside of the USA), shared Photo Streams, handy Phone app controls such as 'send to voicemail', and major improvements to Mail, Safari, accessibility and the Camera app.
iOS 7 release date
it looks like the new operating system might be running a little behind schedule. John Gruber believes that iOS 7 is "running behind", with engineers being pulled from OS X 10.9 to work on it.
We're expecting a September or October release date for iOS 7 in line with previous releases. We'll almost certainly see a reveal at WWDC. Apple has promised to give devs "an in-depth look at what's next in iOS and OS X", Mobile web traffickers such as Onswipe have already reported seeing iOS 7 pop up in their logs.


Is this a Fully Assembled Nokia Lumia EOS?

Is this a Fully Assembled Nokia Lumia EOS? is a post by Travis Pope from Gotta Be Mobile.
We now know nearly everything there is to know about the external design of the Nokia Lumia EOS, the Windows Phone powered follow up to 808 PureView that featured a 41 megapixel sensor, thanks to new photos.
Two new sets of photos detailing the alleged design of the Nokia Lumia EOS have surfaced showcasing the color hues and entire body styling of the device.
The first set, which originate from GSM Arena, feature the same casing and components that were leaked earlier this week, albeit assembled. Instead of yellow, this device’s polycarbonate shell seems to be matte black. As hypothesized yesterday, it does appear as the device will ship with Xenon flash for taking pictures as it its flash looks identical to the Xenon flash module included in the Lumia 928.

Khaled Hosseini Box Set 1st Edition Ebook From Flipkart

Amir, the son of a wealthy businessman, lives in Kabul with his father, whom he calls Baba. Amir is of the opinion that Baba does not believe he has the makings of a man. His close friend from childhood, Hassan, son of Baba’s servant Ali, is the apple of Baba’s eye. They belong to a lower caste, and Amir’s friendship with Hassan is often condemned by a local violent sociopath, Assef. Hassan is known to be an efficient kite runner, who can determine where a kite is going to land without looking at it. In a local kite-flying competition, Amir triumphs and finally wins the praise of his dad, but at the cost of a selfish act of betrayal towards Hassan when he is bullied by Assef. This event changes the direction of their lives, shatters their futures, and the traumatic incident haunts Amir for years.

The book follows the story of how Amir tries to annul his guilt. The story is set in the backdrop of events like the fall of Afghanistan’s monarch to the Soviet forces, the exodus of Afghan refugees to Pakistan and the U.S., and the rise of the Taliban.


The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective People New Edition Ebook From Flipkart

With his book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Stephen Covey initiated a shift in the focus of self-help books written in the 20th Century.
In the book, Stephen Covey lists seven habits that each person should develop in order to be effective. These are sequential steps that need to be carefully followed for overall personal development. His philosophy states that our characters are shaped by our habits which include three major things:
Skills - They give us the ability to put our knowledge to practical use
Knowledge - It provides the necessary information and forethought
Desire - A key motivating factor, it serves as the catalyst for all human actions
In a time when more emphasis was laid on character and problem solving rather than on personality development and related techniques, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People brought in a fresh perspective towards the path to success. Covey’s book integrates both character and personality ethics together, for a person to be successful.
In his book, Covey stresses on the fact that a society where individuals are wholly  independent and individualistic would not be effective in the long run. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People focuses on teamwork rather than individual development.

Inferno Ebook From Flipkart

The astonishing new thriller from the bestselling author of The Da Vinci Code and The Lost Symbol.
Dan Brown is back with his latest novel featuring the famed Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon. Set in the heart of Europe, Langdon is accompanied by a mysterious woman, Sienna Brooks, as they journey around classical Renaissance masterpieces, trying to unravel a code. Langdon is drawn into this life-threatening maze, which requires him to decode one of the most enduring and mysterious literary masterpieces – Dante’s Inferno.
Dan Brown himself confesses that he was bewitched by Dante’s work, and its influence on the modern world, while he was researching in Florence. He says, “With this new novel, I am excited to take readers on a journey deep into this mysterious realm…a landscape of codes, symbols, and more than a few secret passageways.”


Samsung I8552 - Galaxy Grand Quattro Smartphone from Flipkart Rs. 16570

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5 MP Primary Camera
1.2 GHz Quad Core Cortex-A5 Processor
The Galaxy has made a grand entry into the smartphone market, and with the Samsung I8552 - Galaxy Grand Quattro, it will definitely make some waves. The phone is a candy bar styled device with a Dual SIM capability. The GSM frequency device has a dual standby mode which is ideal for power saving measures. The phone comes with the basic office accessories like document viewer apps and a push-mail service.

The TFT Capacitive touch screen is 4.7 inches in size, making it quite a big screen. The multi-touch WVGA screen has a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. It runs on the latest Android V4.1.2 Jelly Bean OS. The phone sports a 1.2 GHz Cortex-A5 Quad Core processor. This is very useful for multi tasking and gaming along with the Adreno 203 graphics chip. The 5 MP primary camera is very well designed and is capable of high quality photography together with the photo editor, face recognition feature and touch focus. The secondary camera is a 0.3 MP front facing camera. The LED flash in the phone is capable of lighting up dark subjects in a photo. The device is also capable of HD recording at 15 fps, with 720 x 1280 p.


LG Optimus L9 P765 Smartphone from Flipkart Rs. 16450

5 MP Primary Camera
Android v4.0.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich) OS
1 GHz Dual Core ARM Cortex-A9 Processor
Wi-Fi Enabled
4.7-inch Capacitive Touchscreen
FM Radio
Expandable Storage Capacity of 32 GB
LG caters to growing smartphone needs with the Optimus L9 P765 which allows you to experience functional smartness. The single GSM SIM LG Optimus L9 P765 packs an Android v4 (Ice Cream Sandwich) operating system that is back by the 1GHz ARM Cortex-A9 Dual Core processor with 1 GB RAM enabling smoother performance, slicker actions and a faster experience.

The phone boasts of LG’s latest Optimus 3.0 user interface that makes functional changes in the usual Android stock interface making it so much more user friendly. The device also sports PowerVR SGX540 graphics, which is built for speed, to enhance your gaming experience.

The candy bar capacitive touch smartphone sports a 4.7 inch qHD screen that has a resolution of 960 x 540 pixels and a color depth of 16 M to provide you with crisp images and clarity that challenges reality. The IPS display on the Optimus broadens your viewing angles as well.

The LG Optimus L9 P765 presents you with a 5 megapixel primary camera with LED flash and autofocus apart from the customary secondary camera in front to ensure that every precious moment is recorded for posterity. The mobile is also capable of recording full HD 1920 x 1080 videos at 30 fps and the cheese shutter features allows you to take perfect blur- and shake-free self-shots.

Nexus 4 Smartphone from Flipkart PRICE: RS.25990

4.7-inch WXGA (1280 x 768) True HD IPS Plus Display
Photo Sphere Camera
2100 mAh Sio+ Battery
Snapdragon S4 Pro 1.5 GHz Quad Core Processor (Adreno 320 GPU)
8 MP Primary Camera with LED Flash and 1.3 MP Secondary Camera
16 GB Internal Memory
Wireless Charging (Use any Qi-compatible Charger)
Android v4.2 (Jelly Bean) OS
For an Android experience at its purest, look no further than Google’s latest flagship device, the sleek, undulated Nexus 4 from LG. Navigating your world, with this incredible device in hand  is sure to become all the simpler thanks to all the cool features it’s been packed with. The much-awaited Nexus 4 will cater to the smartphone geek’s every fantasy, with cutting edge graphics, an HD display and a lightning-fast processor, suited to make the everyday  little more exciting.

The latest in the line of Google’s Nexus smartphones, the Nexus 4 has no trouble in outdoing its predecessors, with regard to design, hardware and most importantly price. Running on the latest Android OS, 4.2. (JellyBean) the device boasts the coolest apps from Google, including Google Now, a personal assistant like no other. Updated with a natural user language interface, Google Now can help you with recommendations, directions, traffic and weather updates and performing actions that you request of it, or based on your search behaviour.

The full capacitive touch enabled smartphone runs the latest Android operating system - 4.2, that can constantly be updated to the newest software released. Powered by a 1.5 GHz Quad Core processor, supported by a Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset, the phone guarantees seamless multitasking, from your all-important documents to that game you simply can’t get enough of.

Empire of the Moghul: Raiders from the North Ebook From Flipkart

Empire Of The Moghul: Raiders From The North is the first book of a proposed quintet that chronicles the rise and fall of the Mughal Empire in the Indian Subcontinent.

Summary Of The Book
The mighty Mughal Empire that ruled a large part of the Indian subcontinent for three centuries has left its imprints in the history of the region. Empire of The Moghuls by Alex Rutherford is a proposed five part series that traces the dynasty from its beginning to its end. Raiders From The North is the first book in this series.

Empire of The Moghuls: Raiders From The North chronicles the life of Babur, who founded the Mughal empire. The story begins when Babur is 12 years old and covers the rest of his life from that point.
Babur, a descendant of Timur, and Genghis Khan through his mother’s family, has dreams of reclaiming the glory of his ancestors. But first, he has to begin by securing his claim to his current tiny kingdom.
When Babur is just 12 years old, his father dies in a freak accident, leaving him as the rightful heir, but with many threats to his claim. Factions within the kingdom were plotting against him, taking advantage of his age and inexperience. But Babur had the support of his grandmother and his mother who wielded great influence in the court. With the aid of his mentor and military advisor Wazir Khan, Babur secured his kingdom, Ferghana.


The State of the Nation Ebook From Flipkart

A definitive, analytical and meticulous account of the present state of the nation – from a constitutional perspective – by one of India’s most respected legal luminaries

An ardent defender of the Constitution of India, Fali Nariman has today attained the status of an outstanding lawyer who strongly believes in the rule of the law and stands by his convictions. In this timely volume, the author highlights crucial issues that the legislature, the executive, judiciary, the bar and the common people have to deal with virtually on a day-to-day basis. His main focus is on corruption at various levels and in ‘hallowed’ institutions, including the judiciary.

The author contends that the legislative and executive wings of the government – the elected representatives of the people – were (and are) expected to provide for the welfare of the people. He points out that they have failed miserably simply because making of laws is not enough; applying and enforcing laws – which are also the primary duties of the government – have left much to be desired. Consequently, it is the judiciary that tells the government when and how to distribute excess food, what crops to grow and what not to grow, which economic projects are good for the country and which are not, and what fuel should be used in our vehicles and whether 2G/3G licences should be allotted only through auctions! The judiciary is hence accused of overreach!

Half a Rupee Stories Ebook From Flipkart

A suicide bomber in a small town plans out her last day, getting herself photographed before she goes and blows up the prime minister. A drunkard in a Mumbai slum tries to compete with the torrential rain, even as it washes his dwelling away. An army man at the border has become so accustomed to speaking over the wireless that he ends every sentence with ‘Over!’ And in the title story, a cop drags a dead cow from Vinayak Rao Patwardhan Road to the adjoining Bapu Road, since the latter is so much easier to spell.

From real-life stories about Javed Akhtar, Sahir Ludhianvi and Kuldip Nayyar to tales set in Kashmir, in the hinterland, in the modern megapolis and on the LoC, from anecdotes of love and betrayal to fables of courage and conviction, this is an enthralling collection available in English for the very first time.

Infosys: Search for next CEO begins

At a time when software major Infosys is under fire from investors and shareholders, the company's board has kicked off an exercise to identify the next CEO, according to sources familiar with the development.

For the first time, the board may also rope in a search firm which will help short-list external candidates, which means external candidates will get as good a chance as the internal ones in the company, according to a source. The list of internal candidates include BG Srinivas, Ashok Vemuri and V Balakrishnan, who are already on the company's board.

While Infosys CEO SD Shibulal's term officially ends in March 2015, when he turns 60, the board may have a candidate in place in the next 12 months, to help with the transition plan.


Apple iPhone sales jump 400% in India

Equal monthly installments and cash back schemes have worked wonders for Apple in India as iPhone's monthly sales have risen by 300% to 400% over the last few months. The Cupertino-based company has managed to dramatically push up its sales by figuring out trends of consumer demand and changing the iPhone's perception from being a high-end product to an affordable one.

Compared to average monthly sales of 70,000-80,000 smartphones before the EMI schemes were offered to consumers in India iPhone sales have zoomed up to stratospheric levels, analysts at Credit Suisse said. "From our channel checks we believe that iPhone sales are nearing 400,000 units per month in India - that is nearly 3% share of handset sales for a single top-end product in a market that has long been dominated by low-end feature phones," Credit Suisse's research analyst Sunil Tirumalai said in a note to clients that was accessed by ET.

Snapdeal acquires e-commerce website Shopo

Online marketplace Snapdeal.com today said it has acquired designer handcrafted items shopping website Shopo.in for an undisclosed price.
Snapdeal expects the acquisition to provide a broader customer base to the sellers of Shopo, which claims to have over 1,000 sellers on its platform, it said in a release.
"The Indian designer and handicrafts market is large but highly fragmented and the demand for such products is tremendous. Snapdeal's mission is to provide a platform for small businesses across India to be able to sell to consumers nationally," Snapdeal co-founder and CEO Kunal Bahl said.
Shopo has built a wide assortment of handcrafted products across categories like apparel, accessories, home decor, among others. Snapdeal will enable the same merchandise to be covered by TrustPay, he added.


Apps by Bangalore teen make it to Microsoft store

'Writing a bug-free C# code to develop an app' might sound distressing to many, but Pratik Mohapatra, 15, excels in the art. Born in a generation of touch screens and social media, the teenager has developed a number of major ideas, some of them finding space on Microsoft's app store as well.
The latest by the 10th grader from National Public School, Koramangala, is 'Calculator Hub' - an app with a combination of six calculators on one screen.
"This app gives a variety of options to the user, that too on the same screen of the phone. It includes a BMI Calculator with two options, and you just have to swipe to change, a temperature conversion calculator, a scientific calculator, an age calculator and calculators for simple interest and compound interest. This app was published by Microsoft very recently," Pratik explains.

Why a calculator app? "My dad bought an Android phone and told me he didn't like the calculator at all. He didn't find it comfortable to use and advised me to try and make a calculator app. I started developing apps for Windows phones as I had experience in C#. Moreover, there was no such concept before in the store. I think this is the first app to feature such a thing," says Pratik, who started developing apps at the age of 13.
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Bombay Duck is a Fish Ebook Buy Online

When Neki Brar moves to Mumbai to make it as a film-maker in Bollywood, little does she suspect that she will find herself standing on the terrace of her building, a bottle of wine and her diary in hand, plotting how best to jump. A small town girl, Neki has one ambition: to live in Mumbai and make it big as a film-maker. As she comes closer to her dream, she is also faced with a new reality. The make-believe sets of Bollywood, the cramped existence with her three roommates and the battle for power on the sets of her debut film as an assistant director force her to understand the ground rules here — if you don’t learn the art of survival, the train back home is your only option. Falling in love with the second lead actor, the charming Ranvir Khanna, further complicates her life, along with the realisation that she seems to have a unique ability to be at the wrong place at the wrong time and in the middle of every disaster that happens on the film sets. Battling political games, rivalry, love, betrayal and burning egos of film stars, she discovers the beauty of her own ambition and the ugliness of true love. The stakes are high. The dreams are big. The pressure is tremendous. If unfulfilled dreams keep you alive, can broken dreams push you to end it all?