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How to run a local Wiki on Your PC?

Posted by Kamalakshan On 3:43 PM 0 comments
Many a times I had thought of maintaining a local wiki on my Machine - just to save all the small code snippets and tips that I come across when browsing the web. Well although wiki is used for collaboration - still if you want to have one hosted locally without requiring to host a server. Just try using TiddlyWiki - a reusable non-linear personal web notebook.


Installing it is very simple just download it (around 342kb). It is a html page just open it up and start editing your wiki.

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BlackBerry Storm available from Verizon

Posted by Kamalakshan On 9:15 PM 0 comments
The BlackBerry Storm -- the device some are calling the iPhone for the enterprise -- is now available from Verizon Wireless. This is the first smartphone from RIM with a touchscreen.

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Japan’s top mobile phone operator, NTT DoCoMo Inc has unveiled plans to launch a Google Android powered handset in 2009.

In a joint venture with South Korean partner KTF Co, the two companies are aiming to introduce the Android handset at a price that will be 20% lower than the existing smartphones on the market.

“As we are allied with Google, we are considering a commercial mobile device together,” a DoCoMo official told AFP.

The new handset will be the first Google Android powered device to be sold by Japanes and South Korean carriers.

[via Reuters.com]

From : http://www.talkandroid.com/413-docomo-japan-android-phone/

Last month Google had announced the release of some transliteration bots for Indian languages. It is really good and helpful.

Google Talk now has transliteration bots that will convert text from English to Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil or Telugu.

There are currently 5 transliteration bots - Hindi (en2hi.translit), Kannada (en2kn.translit), Malayalam (en2ml.translit), Tamil (en2ta.translit) and Telugu (en2te.translit), and remember that their names end with "@bot.talk.google.com". To use one of these bots follow these three steps:

1) First add the bot that you want to your friend's list. (For example, add en2hi.translit@bot.talk.google.com for Hindi). You just need to do this once.
2) Start a chat session with your friend
3) Convert the chat session to a group chat and invite the bot to it.
A new version of Android SDK has been released by Google. This version 0.9 package is just a step behind the release of version 1.0. Most of the API's in the previous releases have been stable.

Major innovations in Android SDK beta 0.9:


New Homescreen
Added applications Alarm clock, calculator, camera, music player, Prosmotrschik images and Messaging (SMS / MMS)
Several new tools for development
A number of new API
A lot of corrections

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