Friday, January 14, 2011
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Honda two wheelers is going to launch a new Honda Aviator very soon! The new Avaitor will be loaded with 110cc engine housing more power. Earlier, the company has launched Honda Activa with upgraded engine and some extra features. In the same way, the Aviator will have 110cc mill and combi brakes. The new Honda Aviator is expected to be introduced in two variants- Honda Aviator and Honda Aviator Deluxe. It might be available in Monsoon Gray, Rebel Red, Berry Purple, Space Silver and Pearl Igneous Black. Front disc brake version of Avaitor is already there in the market.
This gearless scooter is believed to be priced around Rs 55,000 that would be Rs 6,000 higher than the existing model of Aviator. Honda Activa 110cc mill belts out 8bhp of maximum power at 7500rpm and 9Nm of top torque at 5500rpm. In addition to this, it is to come with body colour grab bars and key shutter system. Royal Enfield is going to launch it's New version Royal Enfield Bullet Classic. Hero Honda's Hero Honda Hunk is a popular bike in premimum segment in Indian Market.
Monday, October 12, 2009
Thursday, October 8, 2009
There are number of news sources confirming recent massive phishing attack targeting number of popular email services like Hotmail, Gmail, Yahoo & AOL. Around 30,000 Email accounts are claimed to be hacked and posted online.
If you are not able to login to your email account with your password then you may be one the of victim of that phishing attack. You must immediately login to your email account and change your password.
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Saturday, September 19, 2009
Location-based social network Brightkite announced its first native BlackBerry application on Thursday. It was created by a third-party developer using the company's application programming interface. Brightkite already offers native applications to iPhone and Android users.
Dubbed myKite, the BlackBerry app, which was created by developer Chris Hallgren, locates the user through the BlackBerry's built-in GPS. It then finds other Brightkite users nearby in real time. When other people are found, myKite allows users to browse profiles, check status updates, post photos, and write notes on different establishments around town.
Prior to the release of myKite, BlackBerry users had to access the company's mobile site from their phones. According to Hallgren, he used Brightkite's API to develop myKite because he "wanted a native app for the BlackBerry."
myKite is available now for free in the BlackBerry App World. BlackBerry owners can download the app by either accessing it from their devices or by following this link.