Schedule for Web Options Entry of EAMCET 2012

EAMCET - 2012

Schedule for Option Entry

Rank Date
From To From To
1 40000 31.08.2012 01.09.2012
40001 75000 02.09.2012 03.09.2012
75001 105000 04.09.2012 05.09.2012
105001 155000 06.09.2012 07.09.2012
155001 LAST++ 08.09.2012 09.09.2012
LAST ++ Means: Including not qualified/ not appeared in EAMCET Minority candidates who have already applied to Convenor based on Intermediate Marks.

Candidates can change the frozen options once again if they so desire, on 10.09.2012 (From Rank 1 to 100000) and on 11.09.2012 (From 100001 to LAST++) 

these dates are subjected to change , and source of the dates are :

Web Options  site eamcet :

Gadget News :All about Samsung Galaxy note 800

Samsung Galaxy Note 800 Product Features

  • Operating System: Android 4.0
  • Weight: 580g
  • Resolution: 1280×800 Display Resolution
  • Size: 25.66cm (10.1″)
  • BatteryCapacity: 7,000 mAh,Talk Time Up to 4310min,Standby upto 2230 Hours
  • Input Device: Touch
  •  Camera: Camera Resolution-CMOS, 5.0 MP. Digital / Optical Zoom-X4. Flash-LED. Auto Focus-Yes. Shot Mode-Single / Smile / Panorama / Cartoon /Timer shot. Photo Effects-Negative / Balck and white / Sepia. White Balance-Auto / Daylight / Cloudy / Incandescent / Fluorescent. Feature-Auto Focus,Flash,Face Detection,Smile Detection, Blink Detection. Image Format-JPEG / PNG / TIFF / RAW / GIF


  • Video: Recording Frame Rate- 30 fps. Zoom- X4 Digital. Video Player- 3GPP / H.263 / H.264 / MPEG4 / WMV. Video Recording- QVGA / SD / HD (Recording)


  • Music & Sound: Music Player- 3GP / AAC / AAC+ / AMR / AMR-NB / eAAC+ / H.263 / MP3 / MPEG4. Poly Ringtone- 64 Poly. DRM- OMA 1.0,OMA+WMDRM. 3D Sound Technology- 3D. Music Library- DNSe 1.0


  • Connectivity: Bluetooth,USB,Internet HTML Browser,WIFI


  • Memory: Internal User Memory -16 GB, External User Memory-upto32GB, SDRAM Memory-2 GB R

Tamil Nadu Teacher Eligibility Test (TNTET) – 2012 RESULT

TNTET paper 1 and paper 2 Result 2012
teachers recruitment board announced the result of both papers. a candidate must secure 60% marks to clear the TNTET examination. candidates can access their results through below given websites. candidates have to enter their TNTET roll numbers to check their results. board hava not published the result of those candidates who make a mistake in their answer sheets (enter roll number field wrong, choose wrong paper). board deducted some marks for some type of mistakes. candidates can check their TNTET result 2012 through below link.

Maharashtra State Power Generation Company Limited (MAHAGENCO) to Recruit 444 Junior Engineers - 178 Sub Engineers 2012

Junior Engineer (Tech-1); SC 02; ST 65; VJ(A) 26; NT(B) 02; NT(C) 14;
NT(D) 05; Open 330; Total 444

Sub Engineer (Tech-2); SC 29; ST 04; VJ(A) 03; NT(B) 02; NT(C) 02;
NT(D) 02; OBC 31; Open 105; Total 178

The online registration/application facility would be available up to
16th September, 2012

Application Form

The application should be submitted on line on website

by 16th September, 2012 and simultaneously the print out of
application along with attested copy of testimonials, should be sent
to Post Box Number 8712, Andheri (East) Mumbai 400069 on or before
22nd September, 2012

Applications duly filled in with attested copies of certificates in
support of age, qualifications experience and caste should be on or
before 22nd September, 2012

Applications received after due date (for whatsoever reason) shall not
be entertained

Separate application in a separate envelope is required to be
submitted for each post applied

Candidate should keep one copy of application form with him

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All about SNAP Test for Symbiosis Postgraduate Programmes-2013

SNAP/SIMC-(MMC)/SIG (M.Sc Geoinformatics)

Test duration is 120 minutes

SNAP/SIMC-(MMC)/SIG Test is an objective test

Each question has 4 responses

Candidate should choose an appropriate response

Candidate must use blue or black ball point pen only

Each wrong answer attracts 25% negative marks

Faculty of Management

Symbiosis Institute of Business Management (SIBM), Pune,

Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development

Symbiosis Institute of International Business (SIIB)

Symbiosis Institute of Management Studies (SIMS)

Symbiosis Institute of Telecom Management (SITM)

Symbiosis Institute of Operations Management (SIOM) Nashik

Symbiosis Institute of Business Management (SIBM) Bengaluru

Symbiosis School of Banking Management (SSBM)

The application fee for SICSR is Rs 1000/- for one programme and Rs
2000/- for two programmes

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Gadgets News :Apple wins $1.049 billion in patent case

Apple won more than $1 billion in a massive US court victory over
Samsung on Friday, in one of the biggest patent cases in decades - a
verdict that could have huge market repercussions.

A jury in San Jose, California awarded $1.049 billion to the US tech
giant, according to reports from the courtroom. But analysts said the
damages could be tripled because jurors found Samsung "willfully"
infringed on patents.

The jury rejected the South Korean electronics firm's counterclaims
against Apple, which had claimed its iconic iPhone and iPad had been
illegally copied, according to live court reports from the tech sites
The Verge and Cnet.

Samsung reacted by saying the verdict was "a loss" for consumers and
that Apple had "manipulated" the patent system.

The South Korean firm also said the verdict was "not the final word"
in this case or other similar battles around the world.

"Today's verdict should not be viewed as a win for Apple, but as a
loss for the American consumer," Samsung said.

"It is unfortunate that patent law can be manipulated to give one
company a monopoly over rectangles with rounded corners, or technology
that is being improved every day by Samsung and other companies...
Samsung will continue to innovate and offer choices for the consumer."

The decision appeared to be an overwhelming victory for Apple, but it
was not immediately clear if it would halt sales of Samsung devices or
affect newer models released since the case was filed.

"This is a huge, crushing win for Apple," said Brian Love, a professor
of patent law at Santa Clara University.

"All of its patents were held valid, and all but one were held to be
infringed by most or all accused Samsung products. Even better for the
company, five of the seven patents were held to be willfully infringed
by Samsung."

Love said this means that Judge Lucy Koh "now has the discretion to
triple Apple's damages award, which is already a monstrous and
unprecedented" sum.

The case, which is almost certain to face appeal, could shake up the
sizzling market for mobile devices in which Apple has been losing
ground to rivals like Samsung that use the free Android system
developed by Google.

"Samsung is a proxy for both Google and the other Android vendors and
better protected than most," said analyst Rob Enderle of the Enderle

"I think this will force a reset on Android products as they are
reengineered to get around Apple's patents."

The jury decided the case with over 700 separate claims in less than
three days of deliberations.

In one minor snag, the judge sent them back Friday after discovering
they had made damage awards for two devices not found to have
infringed, and the jurors then revised the award, which had been
$1.051 billion, reports said.

The verdict affects patents on a range of Samsung products including
some of its popular Galaxy smartphones and its Galaxy 10 tablet -
devices alleged to have been copied from the iPhone and iPad.

But some devices are not affected, including the flagship Galaxy III S
recently released, although they could be targeted in separate

Technology analyst Jeff Kagan said of the verdict: "This is a great
day for Apple. And it will turn into a very expensive day for

Kagan said it was not immediately clear if Samsung would be able to
continue to use the technology and pay Apple for the right to do so,
or if they must pull their devices and redesign them.

In any case, the verdict in the case - one of several pending in
global courts - is likely to have massive repercussions in the hottest
part of the technology sector, smartphones and tablets.

Even a delay in sales could endanger Samsung's position in the US
market, where it is currently the top seller of smartphones.

A survey by research firm IDC showed Samsung shipped 50.2 million
smartphones globally in the April-June period, while Apple sold 26
million iPhones. IDC said Samsung held 32.6 percent of the market to
16.9 percent for Apple.

Samsung had steadfastly denied the charges by Apple, claiming it
developed its devices independently, and countersued in the case,
seeking more than $400 million for infringement on its wireless

The verdict came the same day a South Korean court ruled Apple and
Samsung infringed on each other's patents on mobile devices, awarding
damages to both technology giants and imposing a partial ban on
product sales in South Korea.

The court banned sales in South Korea of Apple's iPhone 4 and iPad 2,
as well as Samsung's Galaxy S and Galaxy SII among other products.

Tags: Apple, Apple vs Samsung, Legal Battles, Patent Wars, Samsung