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AngularJS: A new way to develop web apps

By : CIOL Bureau

AngularJS is a declarative language that reduces you code writing for creating web apps by allowing annotations and two-way data binding between input forms and objects

Proposal for postal stamp on Internet in pipeline

By : CIOL Bureau

An executive of Pitney Bowes discusses the company’s business plans in India

Creating visual basic macros in MS Word?

By : CIOL Bureau

You shall be surprised to know how mundane tasks can be simplified by following few simple steps in the popular word processing program. Through this article, we show how you can create a macro to count frequency of a word in an MS Word document

Running Web apps offline using HTML5

By : CIOL Bureau

To make the Web truly compete with desktop or other native apps, we need a way to run Web applications in an offline environment. Till now it wasn’t really feasible to do so, but with HTML5 and other upcoming technologies, it has become possible

How to setup the Xen cloud platform

By : CIOL Bureau

Now that you know about the Xen Cloud Platform (XCP, and the hardware requirements, let’s get our hands dirty and actually implement a private cloud with it

How to build a private cloud platform?

By : CIOL Bureau

We at CyberMedia Labs spent around a fortnight and had a full-fledged private cloud infrastructure, complete with its own pool of CPUs, RAM, and storage space that can be allocated as per our requirement

Facebook becomes most searched, most visited in 2010

By : CIOL Bureau

Study found that Facebook accounted for 8.93 cent of all US website visits in the year, ahead of Google.com’s 7.19 percent

Skype brings video calling to iPhones

By : CIOL Bureau

Users can place Skype video calls with their iPhone over both a 3G data connection or WiFi

Trends in software testing for 2011

By : CIOL Bureau

Check out software testing trends for 2011 that will make a significant impact on the testing scene

Gartner’s top predictions for IT Organizations

By : CIOL Bureau

Predictions show clear linkage of IT investments and business results becoming an imperative for IT organizations

China shuts over 60,000 porn websites this year

By : CIOL Bureau

The government checked the content of 1.79 million websites and deleted 350 million pornographic and lewd articles, pictures and pieces of video footage

7 trillion + SMS messages will be sent in 2011: ABI

By : CIOL Bureau

Messaging is more prevalent among younger subscribers

Facebook’s Zuckerberg visits Bangkok

By : CIOL Bureau

He was in town to attend a three-day traditional Thai wedding of his close friend and Facebook vice president Chris Cox, who was tying the knot with Thai national Visra Vichit-Vadakan

MITS gets nod for MNP phase-II roll out

By : CIOL Bureau

The company has been given final but conditional nod to roll out second phase of mobile number portability

China delays NSN’s $1.2 bn buy of Motorola unit

By : CIOL Bureau

The chief executive of Nokia Siemens, said he was working closely with the Anti-Monopoly Bureau of the Ministry of Commerce of China to finalise the clearance

Banks want chip-and-PIN flaw exposure hushed up

By : CIOL Bureau

Cambridge scientists are looking for flaws in the system after card users said their cards had been stolen and their PINs used

Ten tips to go green

By : CIOL Bureau

Going green is not just for the large enterprises, and these 10 practical tips will tell you how you can help your organization save cost, become more energy efficient, and even earn some carbon credits in the process

Facebook or LinkedIn Groups?

By : CIOL Bureau

Both social networking sites have the provision to create groups. Each has its own unique benefits. Let’s see which one can be right for your business.

Open source social networking packages

By : CIOL Bureau

If you want greater control over how your employees interact on social networking sites, then you could setup your own private platform using various open source software

Syria, India open informatics centre in Damascus

By : CIOL Bureau

The centre, built at a cost of $3 million, includes three training scientific labs, a library, a data centre and equipment to train 600 trainees for two years.