Wednesday, 29 August 2012
YZF R6 is a middle weighted super-sport bike with advanced engine and chassis technologiesfrom a master of bike manufacturer in the bikers hampion world. It has introduced to exploit bike lovers riding skills to the full extent on the India streets. R6 is packed with lightweight, sporty look, fuel injection mapping, powerful and bristling great features from front to rear end. It’s having latest feature as ?y-by-wire throttle system for flawless response under all conditions.
Wheelbase (mm) 1380mm
Length (mm) 2040mm
Width (mm) 705mm
Height (mm) 1100mm
Weight (kgs) 417 lb
Ground Clearance (mm) 130mm
Compression Ratio: 13.1 : 1
Displacement (cc): 599cc
Gear Box : 6-speed
Bore&Stroke(mm) : 7.0 X 42.5mm
Ignition : Transistor Controlled Ignition
Start : Electric Start
Front :Dual 310mm floating disc; radial-mount 4-piston calipers
Rear :Rear220mm disc; single-piston caliper
Front(mm) :Rear220mm disc; single-piston caliper
Rear(mm) :180/55 ZR17M/C (73W)
Wheel Type :17'' Alloy
Max. Horsepower :127Bhp @ 14500 rpm
Max. Torque :65.8Mn @ 11000rpm
Fuel Tank (US gal) :17.3 liters
The base four-cylinder installed in-line units compact with power packed liquid cooled 4 stroke engine with 600cc with high performance 127bhp at 14,500 rpm powered with 65.8 Nm at 11,000 rpm torque. It is fitted with its overall length 2040mm, 1100mm height, 705mm width and flat pillion seat height with 850mm. 130mm is the lower ground clearance with 1380mm wheelbase of the bike with a larger fuel tank capacity of 17.3litres.
Eagerness of bike lovers in India is increasing day by day for Yamaha YZF R6. All above iconic features inside R6 can be achieved only by a true sports bike manufacturer.
1) Light, powerful, and bristling YZF-R6 is the most advanced production 600cc motorcycle.
2) The mask boasts of 4 multi reflector headlights
3) Direct-ignition coils, dual-electrode spark plugs and high-output magneto deliver extremely accurate, reliable firing.
4) The casting technique for the five-spoke 17-inch wheels makes the rims light and strong, not to mention wickedly cool-looking.
5) Four-way adjustable (preload, high-speed compression, low-speed compression and rebound damping) inverted fork delivers exceptional rear wheel tracking and stability.
Sunday, 26 August 2012
Features & Specs
Smartphone Google Android 2.3
Display & Input
1) Touch Screen (Capacitive)
2) Scratch Resistant Display
3) Motion Sensor
1) Water Proof
2) Dust Proof
1) 3.2 Megapixel Camera
2) Camera Features: Flash
3) Secondary Camera (Video Calling Support)
5) Internet (GPRS/EDGE)
6) GPS & Maps
Wednesday, 22 August 2012
This week the folks at Nikon are bringing on the heat with not just an Android-powered smart camera, but two additional pocket cameras as well. With the Coolpix P7700 you’ll find that a $499 camera can bring on a revolting set of specifications starting with a massive 1/1.7-inch 12.2 megapixel BSI CMOS sensor.The Coolpix S01, on the other hand, will run presently $179 for a 10 megapixel CCD sensor-toting camera with a 2.5-inch touch screen interface.
The Coolpix P7700 is what Nikon is bringing on to fight with the Canon PowerShot G1 X for certain, complete with an adjustable display that flips wherever you want it to, a 7.1x zoom lens, and their own Lens-Shift Vibration Reduction. This unit also has manual controls in great quantities, of course, and the unit is made to be a perfect blend of high-end specifications matched with a simple to use interface.
The Nikon Coolpix S01 brings on an even simpler interface to match its a little lower-end specifications. It’s certainly not the least powerful camera on the planet with its 10 megapixel CCD sensor and built-in flash, but at just $179 you’ll find yourself unable to defend against when you’ve got a couple of bills in your pocket this winter season. You’ve got electronic VR, a 3.1 x 2.1 x 0.7-inch body, and a gathering of color choices. You can pick up red, silver, white and pink in a while this year.
Have a glance at our Nikon tag to see the other devices they’ve brought to the market this season and check the timeline we’ve set up below to see how fabulous their most noteworthy offerings have been. And be sure to check out the Android-powered Nikon Coolpix S800c without a doubt – it’s eccentric and fabulous!
Monday, 13 August 2012
London: Scientists have developed a new technique to detect tuberculosis bacteria which endure the treatment, paving the way for effectively treating TB bacilli resistant to antibodies.
Researchers from the Antwerp Institute of Tropical Medicine have created a easy technique of Fluorescein diacetate staining, which only stains living tuberculosis bacilli (and not dead ones) which can immediately tell if resistant bacilli survived after treatment.
Tuberculosis bacilli have turn out to be resistant against major antibiotics. According to World Health Organization (WHO) survey, only 11 per cent of multiresistant cases were discovered in 2009.
Checking quick under the microscope still is the recommended technique for TB screening, but it cannot differentiate between living and dead bacilli.
It is therefore not clear whether you are looking at the cadavers of a successful treatment, or at anti survivors. Only if the numbers after a long wait still don't fall, you know you are dealing with a anti strain. But all that time.
Tuesday, 7 August 2012
•TrackID music recognition
•xLOUD Experience – audio filter technology from Sony
•FM Radio with RDS
•Audio playback, supported formats: MP3, 3GPP, MP4, SMF, WAV, OTA, Ogg vorbis
•Audio recording, supported formats: 3GPP, MP4; AMR
•3D and motion gaming
•Timescape with Twitter integrated
•Sony Entertainment Network (selected markets only)
Connectivity and communication
•USB High speed 2.0 and Micro USB support
•WiFi and WiFi Hotspot functionality
•Synchronisation via Exchange ActiveSync, Facebook, SyncML, Google
•WebKit web browser with Pan & zoom
•Native USB tethering
•3.5”, 320 x 480 pixels 16,777,216 colour TFT
•Anti-reflection coating on mineral glass
•Capacitive touchscreen with on-screen QWERTY keyboard
•Internal phone storage: 2.9GB (up to 2.2GB user-accessible memory)
•Expansion slot: microSD™, up to 32GB
•GSM GPRS/EDGE 850, 900, 1800, 1900
•UMTS HSPA 900, 2100 (Global except Americas)
•UMTS HSPA 850, 1900, 2100 (Americas)
Camera and video
•5 megapixel camera with pulsed LED flash and Auto focus
•4x digital zoom
•Front-facing camera (VGA)
•Send to web
Sunday, 5 August 2012
Apple on Monday announced that the latest iteration of its Mac operating system, OS X Mountain Lion, is the company's most successful ever. Apple is reporting more than 3 million downloads from its Mac App Store in the first four days.
News reports are now pegging that total at 4 million as of Monday, though Apple has not released official stats.
The ninth major release of the Mac desktop OS, Mountain Lion offers more than 200 new features. Consumers are downloading it by the millions from the Mac App Store as an upgrade to Lion or Snow Leopard for $19.99.
$38 Million in Three Days
Mountain Lion features include an all new Messages app, Notification Center, system-wide Sharing, Facebook integration Relevant Products/Services, Dictation, AirPlay Mirroring and Game Center.
Meanwhile, Apple said iCloud integration makes it easy for consumers to set up features like Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Messages, Reminders and Notes, and keep everything, including iWork documents, up to date across the desktop, laptop Relevant Products/Services, iPhone and iPad Relevant Products/Services.
Chitika is reporting that new software Relevant Products/Services accounted for 2 percent of Mac traffic globally in the first two days after Mountain Lion hit the market. The firm said consumers who skipped the upgrade to Lion, which had mixed reviews, may be more inclined to make the jump to Mountain Lion.
Chitika is estimating 2.1 million Mac owners have upgraded to the new operating system. That equals about $38 million in revenue if just 90 percent of those users paid for the operating system.
"It is rather impressive for an operating system to capture 3.2% of market Web usage after just 48 hours on the market," Chitika said. "Such figures are likely supported by a relatively low price point for the operating system as well as an expansive list of desired feature improvements."
The Tim Cook Effect
We caught up with Rob Enderle, principal analyst at the Enderle Group, to get his take on Apple's market stance. Apple missed its earnings last week and posted a success right after. But Enderle told us things might have been different if the late Apple CEO Steve Jobs were still at the helm.
"The last earnings report showcased the difference between the two executives," Enderle said. "Tim Cook was not hired to be a Steve Jobs. He was hired to do all the jobs that Steve didn't want to do. So he's almost the polar opposite. Assuming that Apple is going to continue on an even keel, appointing Cook was kind of silly.
"In every major area Cook is very different. He delegates. He's not a micromanager. He's process-oriented. He's not project-oriented. He probably couldn't spell marketing on a good day. Jobs was all about marketing. Cook is a much stronger engineer and Jobs played one on TV. There are huge differences between the two guys."
Thursday, 2 August 2012
The more internal memory mobile devices have, the better. But speed is just as important as capacity and Samsung are betting on both with its latest NAND memory chips.
Currently entering in mass production, the new high-speed embedded memory (eMMC) flash chips will be offered in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB varieties. They'll be manufactured under the eMMC Pro Class 1500 specification, which boasts some... well, ballistic speeds.
Those flash chips are rated for speeds of 140MB/s read transfer and 50MB/s write transfer, which has never been achieved before. They are result of an engineering mix of a 64-gigabit NAND with a toggle DDR2.0 interface, all built using the 20nm manufacturing process. These chips are also the first of their kind to support the JEDEC e-MMC v4.5 specification.
Naturally, it'll be put into future premium smartphones and tablets. If we had to guess, we'd say the company's Galaxy Note 2 may be the first device to rock the new storage chip, but only time will tell.