Monthly Archives: April 2011

iPhone Location Tracking – Preventive Measures One Can Take

I am sure you have all heard by now that iPhone keeps track of your location data. It was presented by Alasdair Allan and Pete Warden yesterday. They even published an application that neatly maps out where you’ve been. You can … Continue reading

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World Cup Triumph: A Few Positives — contributed by my friend T. Seshadri

There are some positives, India can take from this World Cup triumph, for it is considered to be the best possible thing that could have happened to India in the last one year particularly in the midst of scams that tormented its … Continue reading

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Cricket commentary on Radio & TV, some quotes!

I have been following cricket since time immemorial, or so it appears to me. For someone who started with reading the sports page of “The Hindu” newspaper, to listening to the radio commentary on All India Radio and BBC, the … Continue reading

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Epsilon data breach: What it means to customers

Whether you follow technology news or not, most likely you’d have heard of the data breach at Epsilon. After all, it even made it NPR. So, what does it mean to customers and what should we do. Be extra careful … Continue reading

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My Journey With Indian Cricket – Part II

In part I of this series, I wrote about my experience with India’s world cup campaign and ended on a note that Indian cricket was going through very positive changes in the late 1990s.  After Azharuddin was left out because … Continue reading

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My Journey With Indian Cricket – Part I

With India’s world cup win-induced adrenaline still flowing, I decided to my experiences and journey with Indian cricket’s world cup performances but I did so entirely based on my memory; no fact-checking, no references, just a plain walk down the … Continue reading

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