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Google Internet Bus In Indore

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Google Internet Bus is roaming all over India

Over the last 10 months, the Google Internet Bus has traveled to 60 towns across 4 states, giving many people their first-ever experience of the Internet. The overwhelming response  receive from the people of each state continues to inspire and encourage  efforts to engage with local communities and build local advocacy for this powerful medium.
Over 20 days focus will be on four themes – education, information, communication and entertainment.
The bus will use interactive content in two languages – English and Malayalam – to highlight how people can use the Internet in their daily lives. What’s more, our Google Map maker team will also be joining us to help people map their own cities in Kerala.

China’s E-bikes face struggle

A recently resurrected 10-year-old rule by China threatens to bring down e-bike sales.

N900: Facebook & Twitter status updates made easy

Boeing 787 makes maiden flight

Boeing’s revolutionary lightweight 787 Dreamliner, constructed mostly of composite materials, took to the skies for the first time, marking a new era in air transport.

Nokia Messaging for Social Messaging Beta, also for twitter

First launched in September 2009, Nokia Messaging team has released  the second beta of Nokia Messaging for Social Networks and guess what? It now supports Twitter as well, making tweeting way more convenient from the homescreen if you are using an N97 or the recently launched N97 Mini.

Apart from Twitter Integration, many other things such as uploading pictures and video, viewing upcoming events on Facebook, importing birthdays to the device’s calendar, searching friends and Click-to-call / click-to-SMS / click-to-FB Email etc has been added.

Win-a-Trip with Nick 2010

New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof just announced his fourth annual “Win a Trip” contest, in which a lucky winner will get the chance to travel to Africa. Kristof will select one university student to accompany him as he embarks on a reporting trip for 10 days to a yet-to-be-disclosed location in Africa. The winner will write blog posts for nytimes.com as well as send video reports from the field that will be posted to Nicholas Kristof’s YouTube channel.