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With the recent reforms taking place in Myanmar, it looks set to be opening its doors to plentiful opportunities from the international community. Of particular interest is the revision of its Foreign Investment Laws which will facilitate foreign investors injecting capital into the country. The Myanmar Logistics & Supply Chain Conference 2013 is the only strategic logistics and supply chain conference where people, innovation technologies and best practices converge to define the realm of SCM in Myanmar. It aims to provide the international platform where global supply chain practitioners network and learn about the opportunities presented with the opening up of various sectors in Myanmar.
- Myanmar Supply Chain Management Conference 2013 (carrierride.wordpress.com)
- Biotech Industry Executives Summit (10/8) to Advance the Supply Chain… (prweb.com)
- Supply Risk Solutions Awarded Patent for Multi-Tier Supply Risk Management (prweb.com)
- Register for our Webinar: 5 Ways the Cloud Can Make Your Supply Chain More Agile (bizsugar.com)
We have urgent requirement for PHP Developers in our company -A3logics ,based in Jaipur .The details of the position is as below
About the company:
A3Logics (I) LTD. is a global consulting and technology services company offering industry-specific solutions and integration services through a unique onsite, offsite, offshore delivery model that helps our clients achieve reduced ‘time to market’ their products and world-class quality on-time in budget..
Having experience in delivering solutions for clients operating on SaaS [Software as a Service], We”ve worked on various domains such as Java, ASP, JSP, Servlets, Struts, EJB, JDO, Swing, Applets, JMF, JMC, Web logic, automated testing, load and performance testing, test case creation and execution. Moreover, we handle Oracle, MS SQL, DB2, MySQL and Access.
In the last few years we”ve worked for Software Quality Assurance, Web based application Development, Shipping and Logistics supply chain solutions, E-commerce, CRM and EDI domains etc. Our team works along with the onshore teams to provide all assistance for efficient execution of projects.
Act as extension to the client”s development and post development support requirements. The company has ‘Strategic IT outsourcing’ alliances with some of the world”s biggest Ocean Carriers and fleet owners. Our Logistics Solution provider clients own more than 72% of the global shipping containers and most of the transportation ships.
We have close to 350 employees working in our Jaipur facility
For more Information visit www.a3logics.com
Must have following skill sets:
Experience in PHP application, CMS based application, Shopping Cart Application.
Expertise in MYSQL
Good Problem solving skills.
Excellent Communication skills.
Candidate should be able to join us asap, maximum in 20-25 days.
Experience: 0.6-3 years
Job Location: Jaipur
Interested candidates kindly mail your updated CV at :-
Neha Mathur |HR Executive | A3LOGICS (India) Ltd.
Add: H1-376,, Sitapura Industrial Area| Jaipur – 302022. India
Fax: +91-141-2770435 | contact number: 8386088802|
Email: email@example.com |Website: www.a3logics.com
Bangalore: The search engine which was taking us on sail across galactic internet has turned 15 today. Happy Birthday Google!
Larry Page and Sergey Brin, the Ph.D. students at Stanford University, filed papers to incorporate their dream, a search engine company, on September 4, 1998. However it got only incorporated three days later and the domain name “Google” was registered on September 15. For some reasons Google officially celebrates the event with a Google Doodle on September 27.
The young founders wanted to nickname their new search engine “BackRub”, as the system checked backlinks to estimate the importance of a site. Eventually, they changed the name to Google, because an investor has signed the check with misspelling of the word “googol”, which meant 10100, and Page and Brin just accepted it that way. Though started with the misspelling, Google is now world’s number one search engine. Its name has become so synonymous with search that it is now used as a verb in its own right.
- Google Turns 15, Celebrates With a Pinata (hispanicbusiness.com)
- Google Turns 15: Google Doodle Lets You Take Whacks at a Piñata (Plus: Fun Easter Egg) (techland.time.com)
- Google celebrates 15th birthday (metro.co.uk)
- Happy 15th Birthday, Google! (newsfeed.time.com)
Mumbai: Mobile games and applications in India are expected to be a Rs 2,700-crore market by 2016, driven by strong Smartphone growth and expanding 3G user-base, a report by Avendus Capital said on Sunday.
“The digital content market (other than caller ring back tones) in India has been sub-scale due to large-scale piracy. Mobile Internet is opening the doors for large-scale monetization of digital content through paid apps which is expected to grow to become a Rs 2,000-crore market in the next 3-4 years,” Avendus Capital Executive Director and Head (Digital Media and Technology) Ashish Bhinde said..
According to the report, Smartphone users in India are expected to grow to 67 million this year and 382 million by 2016.
Similarly, 3G subscriptions are also expected to rise from 11 million in 2011 to 56 million this year and touch 266 million by 2016, it added.
More than 50 per cent of mobile Internet traffic and paid content revenues come from Smartphones, dominated by Google and Apple app stores.
Google Play and Apple App store revenues are expected to cross Rs 800 crore by 2016, the report said.
While the average revenue per user for paid apps is expected to come down from Rs 132 in 2012 to Rs 78 in 2016, the growing 3G subscription base (11 million in 2011 to 266 million in 2016) will help the overall revenues from paid apps to touch Rs 2,065 crore.
The report estimates the paid apps market in India to be worth about Rs 300 crore in 2012.
Five categories that dominate Indian content landscape on mobile phones include cricket, music, news, video and games. Facebook, Google and Whatsapp lead in terms of time share, the report said.
Feature phones with Internet capabilities will too help the apps and games ecosystem to grow.
“Feature phones will continue to play a key role as they continue to maintain a substantial market share. Indian players have a stronghold in this segment and the opportunities for them are in the area of (developing) hyper-local models like browser content, entertainment and m-commerce,” the report said.
The number of Smartphone users in India was only 36 million as of March 2013, while the number of Internet-supported mobile devices stands at 431 million, the report said.
“While Smartphones are driving traffic to third-party app stores, there will still be a significant mobile user base on feature phones going forward, which in itself will provide a large potential market for telco app stores,” Bhinde said.
Apple has just officially released iOS 7. If you have a compatible device (listed below), simply visit your device’s Settings menu, click to General, and then Software Update. You can also update to iOS 7 via iTunes 11.1, which was just released on the Apple website (and you will need it if you wish to sync your device via USB.) The original post is below, if for some reason you wish to download iOS 7 in a different way.
Updated: If your iPhone or iPad won’t download iOS 7, it’s almost certainly because Apple’s servers are being completely hammered. We finally managed to get a device to update, though it took quite a few failed attempts. It’s probably worth waiting a few hours until the deluge has calmed down, unless you want to sit there and constantly hit retry. Once you’ve installed iOS 7, check out our guide to all of its new features.
While iOS 7 won’t be released until September 18, it’s possible to download and install iOS 7 today, and install it on your existing iPhone or iPad. You can install iOS 7 on the iPhone 4, 4S, and 5, the fifth-gen iPod Touch, and every iPad and iPad Mini except the original iPad. Installing iOS 7 will give you access to some exciting new features, such as improved multitasking and AirDrop, and the complete visual overhaul will of course make your Apple device look completely different (and cause all of your friends to gape jealously).
There are two routes that you can take to install iOS 7 on your iDevice: You can either sign up for an Apple developer account, which costs you $100 per year, or you can install one of the leaked iOS 7 golden masters. The safest option is to sign up for the developer program, and if you split it between a few friends (you can install iOS 7 on up to 100 devices), it can be very cheap. Once you’ve signed up, you need to add your device’s UDID as a registered test device, and then go ahead and download the correct iOS 7 image for your device from the Apple developer portal. Once you have the image, skip to the installation section below.
If you don’t have $100 to spare, downloading a leaked golden master is a good second option — and, depressingly enough, it’s actually easier than installing the legitimate version. To install iOS 7, grab the correct image for your device from the list below, and then proceed to the installation section.
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- iOS 7 Now Available for Download (mashable.com)
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We are less than day away from the expected unveiling of Apple’s newest iPhone — well, likely iPhones — and if the leaked images of the smartphones that have flooded tech blogs and news sites turn out to be accurate, there may not be a whole lot of surprises tomorrow.
Apple, once known for its secrecy on the development of new products, has seemingly been well exposed through months of leaked images of its new flagship iPhone, the iPhone 5S and cheaper model aimed at developing economies, the iPhone 5C. So, to ensure that you’ll likely be just as un-surprised as we will this Tuesday, we’ve compiled the best leaked pictures of these two devices for your gawking pleasure. Enjoy.
First, we have a series of photos of what is believed to be the iPhone 5S in new champagne and graphite colors, from teenage Apple super-sleuth Sonny Dickson. Much like 2011’s iPhone 4S, the iPhone 5S is expected to bring hardware improvements to Apple’s current flagship phone, the iPhone 5, but no changes to the phone’s design.
- specs apparently get leaked (pocketnow.com)