Thursday, January 19, 2012

Top 10 Mobile phones in India under $20

Are you looking for a budget phone? Here is our pick of mobile phones that are available for less than Rs. 1000 or under $20. Anyway these cell phones are no match for the latest technologies today but still makes it as a preferable choice for the poor people in India.

1. Micromax X111


Weighing 69g, the phone has a 1.4 inch colour display. It offers 32MB of in-built memory, and also includes a card slot. It offers USb connectivity and FM Radio. The phone is engineered with a 480 mAh Li-ion battery. It is touted to have a water resistant marble keypad.

2. Nokia 1280


The phone has a 1.36 inch black and white display, and weighs 81.9g. It is equipped with a 1020 mAh Li-ion battery, which is claimed to give talk tine of up to 8 hours. The phone has a memory card slot, FM Radio and a 3.5mm headphone jack.

3. LG A180


Weighing 65.4g, this bar phone features a 1.5 inch TFT LCD display. Powered by a 950mAh battery, the company claims the phone to have talk time of up to 17 hours. It also includes FM Radio.

4. Motorola WX260


The phone has a 1.8 inch display, and weighs 83g. The phone also a memory card slot that can support memory card of up to 2GB. It includes GPRS, and USB conenctivity. The phone has MP3 capabilities and FM Radio. Engineered with a 750 mAh Li-ion battery, the phone is believed to offer talk time of up to 480 minutes.

5. Alcatel OT-230D


It is a dual SIM(GSM+GSM) phone that has a 1.5 inch colour TFT screen. It also includes FM Radio. Weighing 64 g, the phone has a 720 mAh Li-ion battery that is said to be offering talk time of up to 360 minutes. The phone includes USB connectivity

6. Micromax X100


Weighing 61g, the phone has a 1.46 inch colour TFt screen. It has FM Radio and a memory card slot. It is powered by a 450 mAh Li-ion battery.

7. Samsung Guru E1081


The phone has a 1.43 inch colour screen. Weighing 64g, the phone has an internal memory of 1 MB. It also has a memory card slot. The phone has an 800 mAh Li-ion battery that is claimed ot give talk time of up to 450 minutes. It also has USB connectivity.

8. Alcatel OT-517D


It is a dual SIM(GSM+GSM) candybar phone that weighs 66g. It features a 1.8 inch colour display. Connectivity options include GPRS, Bluetooth and USB. It also sports a rear camera, and also supports WAP browser. The phone has a 720 mAh Li-ion battery, which is claimed to offer talk time of up to 360 minutes.

9. Micromax X215


It is also a dual SIM (GSM+GSM) phone, which weighs 65g. It has a 1.5 inch colour display. It has a memory card slot that can support memory card of up to 2 GB. Connectivity options include USB and GPRS. It also includes MP3 capabilites and FM Radio. It also has a rear camera. Engineered with a 1000 mAh Li-ion battery, it is claimed to offer talk time of up to 4 hours.

10. LG A100


The phone has a 1.5 inch TFT display. Weighing 68g, the phone has a 950 mAh battery that is claime dto offer talk time of up to 17 hours. It also has a one touch torch light. It also offers USB connectivity.

Top 10 Amazing Accidental Inventions

Louis Pasteur once said, "chance favors the prepared mind." That's the genius behind all these accidental inventions -the scientists were prepared. They did their science on the brink and were able to see the magic in a mistake, set-back, or coincidence. Now let's take a look at 10 most important accidental inventions.


10 - Saccharin


Saccharin, the sweetener in the pink packet, was discovered because chemist Constantin Fahlberg didn't wash his hands after a day at the office.

The year was 1879 and Fahlberg was trying to come up with new and interesting uses for coal tar. After a productive day at the office, he went home and something strange happened. He noticed the rolls he was eating tasted particularly sweet. He asked his wife if she had done anything interesting to the rolls, but she hadn't. They tasted normal to her. Fahlberg realized the taste must have been coming from his hands which he hadn't washed. The next day he went back to the lab and started tasting his work until he found the sweet spot.

9 - Smart Dust


Most people would be pretty upset if their homework blew up in their faces and crumbled into a bunch of tiny pieces. But not Jamie Link. When Link was doing her doctoral work in chemistry at the University of California, San Diego, one of the silicon chips she was working on burst. She discovered afterward, however, that the tiny pieces still functioned as sensors.The resulting "smart dust" won her the top prize at the Collegiate Inventors Competition in 2003.

These teensy sensors can also be used to monitor the purity of drinking or sea water, to detect hazardous chemical or biological agents in the air, or even to locate and destroy tumor cells in the body.


8 - Coke


There are many stories of accidentally invented food But no food-vention has had as much success as Coke. Atlanta pharmacist John Pemberton was trying to make a cure for headaches. He mixed together a bunch of ingredients -- and don't ask, because we don't know; The recipe is still a closely guarded secret. It only took eight years of being sold in a drug store before the drink was popular enough to be sold in bottles.

7- Teflon


Young DuPont chemist Roy Plunkett was working to make a new a new kind of CFC. He had a theory that if he could get a compound called TFE to react with hydrochloric acid, he could produce the refrigerant he wanted.

So, to start his experiment Plunkett got a whole bunch of TFE gas, cooled it and pressured it in canisters so it could be stored until he was ready to use it. When the time came to open the container and put the TFE and hydrochloric acid together so they could react, nothing came out of the canister. The gas had disappeared.

But instead, Plunkett took off the top of the canister and shook it. Out came some fine white flakes. Luckily for everyone who's ever made an omelet, he was intrigued by the flakes and handed them off to other scientists at DuPont.

6 - Vulcanized Rubber


Goodyear spent a decade finding ways to make rubber easier to work with while being resistant to heat and cold. Nothing was having the effect he wanted. One day he spilled a mixture of rubber, sulfur and lead onto a hot stove. The heat charred the mixture, but didn't ruin it. When Goodyear picked up the accident, he noticed that the mixture had hardened but was still quite usable.

At last! The breakthrough he had been waiting for! His vulcanized rubber is used in everything from tires, to shoes, to hockey pucks.

5 - Plastic


In 1907 shellac was used as insulation in electronics. It was costing the industry a pretty penny to import shellac, which was made from Southeast Asian beetles, and at home chemist Leo Hendrik Baekeland thought he might turn a profit if he could produce a shellac alternative. Instead his experiments yielded a moldable material that could take high temperatures without distorting.

Baekeland thought his "Bakelite" might be used for phonograph records, but it was soon clear that the product had thousands of uses. Today plastic, which was derived from Bakelite, is used for everything from telephones to iconic movie punch lines.

4 - Radioactivity


Back in 1896 Becquerel was fascinated by two things: natural fluorescence and the newfangled X-ray. He ran a series of experiments to see if naturally fluorescent minerals produced X-rays after they had been left out in the sun.
One problem - he was doing these experiments in the winter, and there was one week with a long stretch of overcast skies. He left his equipment wrapped up together in a drawer and waited for a sunny day.

When he got back to work, Becquerel realized that the uranium rock he had left in the drawer had imprinted itself on a photographic plate without being exposed to sunlight first. There was something very special about that rock. Working with Marie and Pierre Curie, he discovered that that something was radioactivity.

3 - Mauve


In 1856 Perkin was trying to come up with an artificial quinine. Instead of a malaria treatment, his experiments produced a thick murky mess. But the more he looked at it, the more Perkin saw a beautiful color in his mess. Turns out he had made the first-ever synthetic dye.

His dye was far better than any dyes that came from nature; the color was brighter, more vibrant, and didn't fade or wash out. His discovery also turned chemistry into a money-generating science - making it attractive for a whole generation of curious-minded people.

But the story is not over yet. One of the people inspired by Perkin's work was German bacteriologist Paul Ehrlich, who used Perkin's dyes to pioneer immunology and chemotherapy.

2 - Pacemaker


It's true. Greatbatch was working on making a circuit to help record fast heart sounds. He reached into a box for a resistor in order to finish the circuit and pulled out a 1-megaohm resistor instead of a 10,000-ohm one.
The circuit pulsed for 1.8 milliseconds and then stopped for one second. Then it repeated. The sound was as old as man - a perfect heartbeat.

1 - Penicillin


Alexander Fleming didn't clean up his workstation before going on vacation one day in 1928. When he came back, Fleming noticed that there was a strange fungus on some of his cultures. Even stranger was that bacteria didn't seem to thrive near those cultures. It was the Penicillin which became the first and is still one of the most widely used antibiotics.

Allison Stokke - Most Beautiful Female Athlete

Allison Stokke from California is considered to be the hottest female athlete - Google confirms.

There's no question she is an amazing athlete and very pretty girl, but do you know, how she became so famous on the Internet? The story began in 2004, when someone posted to a web site her photos taken during high school track meet. Many other sites quickly picked up the image. Next day she received nearly 1000 messages on her social network site and YouTube video of her being interviewed became very popular. She was not very happy because of such a success, but soon realized that she could do nothing with it.























The Smart ebike - A Real High-tech Product...

Created in collaboration with electric bicycle specialists Grace, the Smart e-bike packs a 250-watt electric motor with a 400 Watt lithium-ion battery. MT4 disc brakes are fitted at the front and rear. The fully integrated brakes interrupt the power supply to the motor during braking, stop its propulsion power and reverse the polarity so that it becomes a generator for recuperation of braking energy.The battery can provide up to 100 kilometers and can even charge a mobile phone through the integrated USB socket. The smart ebike is a real high-tech product and its price will be around €2,900 (187,582 INR). But the ebike's price might differ on other markets.











50 Awesome collection of some Funny, Naughty Pictures... - part 12

In this World, there are lot of unknown diseases and lot of medicines to cure them. But there is only one common medicines which is inside each human and that is the Humor. So we bring you a collections of some funny and crazy photos Just to make you laugh...