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How to choose a wireless broadband plan


Gone are the days when broadband internet connection were exclusive to wires. Thanks to the evolution of 3G and recently, 4G the scenario has changed drastically and wireless internet is now a different beast altogether. With 3G and 4G you can have speeds as high as 3.6 mbps to 100 mbps, all without wires. But wireless freedom comes at…

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By digitalcoconut on May 15th
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Easter eggs in Python


Easter eggs in Python

Easter eggs are always a sweet surprise. And Python also has some. Heres a list of Python’s easter eggs. Try them out and be surprised! # Fire up the Python console and type in ‘ import __hello__ ‘ or ‘ import __phello__ ‘ and this is what you will get. It happens only on the…

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By digitalcoconut on May 2nd
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Steve Jobs : Thoughts on Flash – It is past and dead. RIP Flash !


Apple has a long relationship with Adobe. In fact, we met Adobe’s founders when they were in their proverbial garage. Apple was their first big customer, adopting their Postscript language for our new Laserwriter printer. Apple invested in Adobe and owned around 20% of the company for many years. The two companies worked closely together…

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By digitalcoconut on April 29th
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‘Grub’ bug hits Ubuntu 10.04, ISOs to be respun


For those of you who are anxiously waiting for Ubuntu 10.04 LTS a.k.a Lucid Lynx to release today, might have to wait for some more time. Why? Because a bug in GRUB2 has managed to creep through into the final release of Lucid Lynx. There has been a series of events in last couple of…

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By digitalcoconut on April 29th
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HP buys out Palm


HP buys out Palm

So HP finally bought out the struggling Palm for a cool $1.2 billion. This valuation equals to $5.70 per share of Palm common stock and the deal is expected to be completed by the July end this year. Palm CEO Jon Rubinstein will continue to stick with the company even after the deal.

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By digitalcoconut on April 29th
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bpython – spice up your Python interpreter


bpython – spice up your Python interpreter

Tired of iPython’s interactiveness ? Want something different and refreshing ? Get hold of bpython. bpython basically adds a fancy interface to the Python interpreter and jazzes up the old (not so inspiring) looks of it … and oh boy! I bet you will love the way it does so. If you don’t believe me…

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By digitalcoconut on April 18th
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4G coming to blow your senses


How do you improve upon something as good as 3G ? Simple, move on to 4G. Without any doubt,3G was the next best thing in mobile data communication after EDGE/GPRS.  I mean with download speeds as high as 7mbps, 3G redefined the way we thought of mobile broadband connectivity. But everything that has a beginning…

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By digitalcoconut on March 13th
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PayPal will soon be resuming its operation in India


Earlier we informed you about Reserve Bank of India banning PayPal from carrying out its operations in India. Heres the update of that. RBI has now allowed PayPal to resume bank withdrawals for settlements for export of goods and services. PayPal is expecting to resume this service by 3rd of March. Please note that this…

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By digitalcoconut on February 27th
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Dalai Lama joins Twitter


Dalai Lama joins Twitter

Guess what ? His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet has joined the world’s favorite micro-blogging website – Twitter. He, Tenzin Gyatso, (born: Lhamo Thondup) is the head of the Tibetan government-in-exile based in Dharamshala, India.  Tibetans traditionally believe him to be the reincarnation of his predecessors.

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By digitalcoconut on February 23rd
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