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Nokia Phone trick for Deleting Item with C Key

How do you usually delete an item in S60 applications, for example, in Contacts or Messaging applications? Many people select Options > Delete to delete an item but you can also press C key to delete an item. It's faster because you only need one click instead of several clicks. Just remember to press C key when you want to delete something in S60 applications. Most S60 applications support this feature, including Contacts, Messaging, Notes, Calendar, Gallery, File Manager and many more.
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Save any Drsktop Icon or Folder without "Name"

Normally you have to have a name for an icon, just blank or spaces are not allowed. To make a folder or file with no name, right click on it and select rename. Now hold Alt key and type 0160. 
Now the icon will have no name below it.
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India Unveils World’s Cheapest just only at $10 Laptop

The ‘world’s cheapest laptop’, developed in India, was unveiled by Union Minister for Human Resources Development Arjun Singh at the Tirupati temple on Tuesday evening.

The laptop, jointly developed by several organisations, such as the University Grants Commission, the Indian Institute of Technology-Madras, and the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, will be priced at around $10 to $20 (about Rs 500 to Rs 1,000), officials said. This laptop is expected to reach the market in about six months.

The project has already created a buzz in the laptop industry across the world.
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ISRO launches its own Desi Version of Google Earth as "BHUVAN"

Do you Know that India has come up with an alternative to Google Earth with its own satellite mapping geoportal- - which is more precise and has the benefit of better updates.

Bhuvan, meaning earth, is the addition to the numerous scientific innovations by SAC and is a satellite mapping tool, just like Google Earth or Wikimapia, but allows you to zoom far closer than the aerial view from a chopper. If Google Earth shows details upto 200 metres distance and Wikimapia upto 50 metres, Bhuvan will show images upto 10 metres, which means you can easily see details upto a three floor high building and also add information.
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