Sunday, September 26, 2010
2. No = Yes
3. Maybe = No
4. We need = I want..
5. I am sorry = you'll be sorry
6. We need to talk = I need to complain
7. Sure, go ahead = I don't want you to
8. Do what you want = You will pay for this later
9. I am not upset = Of course I am upset, you moron!
10. Are you listening to me? = Too late, you're dead
11. You have to learn to communicate = Just agree with me
12. Do you love me? = I am going to ask for something expensive
13. How much do you love me? = I did something today that you're really not going to like
Wednesday, September 1, 2010
How many times have you deleted an sms and then instantly wanted to see it again and headed over to check in the non existent recycle bin on your mobile? Don’t you wish your phone had a recycle bin too?
Recycle bin is an important feature on our PCs , but sadly we don’t realize its importance . Having such a feature on mobile phones would be an interesting concept. So here I come up with an app idea which can be named mBin.
This app should have certain amount of phone memory assigned to it and store all deleted sms . The app should have a feature of auto delete older messages when memory is full. Other features like storing deleted songs and videos would be great too. Hope someone on intel will come up with such an app.
Check out the Intel® Atom™ Developer Program, if you are looking for an opportunity to build and monetize your applications. You can sell through Intel’s storefront – Intel AppUp Center. Intel has also set up a Million Dollar Development Fund to support developers who are looking at building innovative apps. For more details check out http://appdeveloper.intel.com/fund
Disclaimer: This blog post is an entry to Intel’s contest – My India App Story
Monday, April 12, 2010
After lot of searching she still wasn’t able to locate her book, it was around 8: PM and she grew tearier with every passing minute. My mom tried explaining to her saying text book was not very important and she could study from her notes, but Hina being Hina just dint give in she was a class topper and dint take chances. She always believed in being perfect. I offered to borrow text from any friend of hers but she said all her friends have exams and so they will need the book too. Finally Mom called up dad asking him to pick up the 8th standard kannada book from any book store on his way back. But but it wasn’t the best of the days for my sister, dad was busy in a meeting and wouldn’t be back home atleast until 11:PM
Now me and mom had to locate a book store in my neighborhood. It wasn’t a difficult task but considering the fact that it was around 9:PM and finding an auto was not only difficult but also expensive ( in Bangalore after they charge double or one and half) it was going to be some job to get a new book. Just then the idea of google hit my head and a second later I realized I had ovi maps on my mobile. I got gps signals in 30 seconds and then I tracked my current location found there were not one not two but three different book stores all in my area. Not only that ovi maps also disclosed to me that two shops were at walk able distance. Ovi maps search feature is awesome it showed me the contact details too. So no extra time waste trying to google. I called up a shop found out they were closing for the day, then I called up the second book shop and he said he would be open for another hour.
And then I started following ovi maps directions got to the shop and rest as they say is HISTORY !
The search feature is perfect, digital compass is fantastic, having hindi as an option on voice navigation is like cherry on cake. The events and geotagging photos are other features I enjoy and use regularly now. Above all what I loved about ovi maps is its simple interface. It doesn’t take a big deal to get used to ovi maps i had no probs being a 1st time user, easy to use simple to understand and operate.
I always heard that “Best things in the world are free” and well ovi maps joining this free brigade gives free a very big new meaning.
So that was my ovi maps story