Finally 3G mobile servies arrives to India

Its a major telecom milestone, and 3G mobile services have finally launched by MTNL in New Delhi, which ushers in a new era for telecom in India and iPhone 3G customers must finally be smiling.
However, Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited (MTNL) has launched 3G enabled Mobile services for its Delhi Network only and will cover only selected Delhi areas like Connaught Place, Sanchar Bhawan, Rajaji Marg, India Gate, Pragati Maidan, Delhi Gate and Minto Road. MTNL is the first Mobile operator in India to launch 3G services and calls it MTNL 3G Jadoo. The commercial tariff would be announced and registration shall start after the commercial launch a couple of months’ later.
3G Mobile services would enable MTNL Dolphin and Trump subscribers to enjoy Video Telephony – Customers can watch and talk simultaneously through Video Call; High speed internet for smart-phones and Laptop from 256 Kbps to 2 Mbps and lots of data related VAS services like Mobile TV, Location surveillance, Streaming Video on Demand, Gaming

Gmail gets the Google Docs PDF viewer

Internet gaint Google brings another facility to gmail users. That is when you got a mail with pdf attachements you dont need to use any pdf viewers to open it google will open it for you using the Google Docs PDF viewer. That means you can view PDFs sent to your email inbox without downloading them and without losing the formating, graphics.

You can learn other languages very easily with new translator called nice

the nice translater is similar to google translater but its user interface is very nice to use, so you can learn languages quickly.

The site will also works on the mobile devices.
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