This week has been a buzz about India. First, the new symbol for Indian currency; then, the epic browser: The Indian browser with an intention of impressing Indians; Recently, Olivepad: an Indian version of the Ipad. Now what’s the buzz? It is the age of tablets and we all had been hunting for an answer to our query “Cheapest tablet in the world” and finally, the answer is here.
Indian resource development minister Kapil Sebal, in a press meet at New Delhi, said:
“We have reached a (developmental) stage that today; the motherboard, its chip, the processing, connectivity, all of them cumulatively cost around $35, including memory, display and everything.”
The $35 electronic gadget is said to have been packed with web browsers, PDF reader, video conferencing facilities, pen office, sci-lab, media player, remote device management capability, multimedia input-output interface option, and multiple content viewer. The Linux based device will also have provisions for running on solar power besides the usual battery- operated systems. This gadget is brought out by the research teams of Indian Institute of Technology and the Indian Institute of Science.
Sibal said the Linux-based device was expected to be introduced to higher education institutions from 2011 but the aim was to drop the price further to $20 and ultimately to $10.
Brazil hiding their face from the disappointing 0-0 draw with Portugal yesterday, saying the Portuguese’s defensive set-up kept the much-anticipated match from turning into a spectacle.The Brazilians say they did their part, going for the win from the beginning at Moses Mabhida Stadium, while claiming Portugal did all they could to keep the match from opening up.
leave the rest see what the Brazilian striker Luis Fabiano said “It’s really boring when we have to play against an opponent with 11 players at the back, only trying to draw,” WTF!! how can see say this?, this means that portugal don’t know how how to play, i think they forget that they are not the same winners they use to be.
Yea Brazil had already secured a second round ,but Portugal needed a draw to secure their spot in the round of 16, even though they were protected by a huge goal difference that could have allowed themselves to advance even with a loss.Brazil won Group G with seven points, two more than Portugal, so that means they are in the lead but that’s not fair too be bully.
Brazil coach Dunga criticised FIFA for naming Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo the man of the match yesterday and Brazil captain Lucio said he was appalled by it but here was again a comment from a Brazilian defender”I have no words about this decision”,”I respect Cristiano Ronaldo, but I don’t think he did a lot against our defence.”WTF!!!!!!! they are bully for sure, i am a fan of Cristiano Ronaldo ,soo this was not lookin good to me please leave your comment ,i want to hear, what every one else think on this brazil being bully