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Digital India: Railway's broadband to touch 500,000 homes within 2 years

Carving a niche for itself in the Connected India-2020 project, Railtel Corporation's broadband will reach 500,000 households through its Railwire network providing a host of services at the block level in the next two years, a top railway official has said.

The Broadband Highway will involve a three-layer network - state capitals to district headquarters, district to sub-divisional and then to gram panchayats which will be joined to the National Optic Fibre Network (NOFN), Pradeep Kumar, executive director (East) of Railtel Corporation of India, told a Global Communication Conclave here.

The Conclave, 10th in a series organised by the Public Relations Council of India (PRCI), conducted a knowledge forum with the theme 'Digital Now- What Next'.

Pradeep Kumar said Railwire network architecture provides the answer for 'What Next' as it will empower the people at village level with knowledge, skill development and core competencies. "This will lead to good governance and transparent, corruption-free governments."

Railtel's pan-India optic fibre network covers 4,400-plus railway stations across 44,300 km.

Railwire has also begun to tap the local cable operators focussing on pure-play broadband and VPN services, content and application-driven network. "Our aim is to become a hub of local information and tool for rendering communication, infotainment, education, health and community services to the masses," Pradeep Kumar said.

In Eastern India alone, Railtel seeks to cover 36,000 gram panchayats and the broadband services include emails, online newspapers, online passport application, tele-medicine, examination results and net surfing for students with a minimum 2Mbps speed.

The company's pilot projects at Panisagar and Girania in Tripura have aroused a lot of interest and enthusiasm, Pradeep Kumar said.

For the Railways itself, Railtel provides mission-critical services such as computerised passenger reservation and ticketing system.

West Bengal Women's Welfare and Child Development Minister Sashi Panja, who inaugurated the two-day conclave, focussed on communicators' role in ensuring the safety of women and children. In this context, she appreciated PRCI for setting up an internal compliance cell as the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act makes it mandatory for all organisations to have such cells.

Explaining the significance of the conclave theme, PRCI national president and veteran media professional B.N. Kumar said it was important for communication professionals to keep themselves updated with the latest technology trends to be able to meet ever-increasing challenges.

PRCI also focuses on skill development for communication professionals by expanding its operations and network not only across India but globally as well, he said.

PRCI chairman emeritus and chief mentor M.B. Jayaram said it was high time that the PR professionals thought big, embraced emerging challenges and converted them into opportunities and moved towards a digital-first approach. The organization will soon initiate collaborative programmes with various business and technology forums to help the professionals upgrade their skills.

PRCI, on the occasion, felicitated national achievers from among communication professionals with its coveted Chanakya awards, inducted senior practitioners into PR Hall of fame and presented a host of collateral awards at the conclave.

Ujjivan Financial Services won the Corporate Citizen award, while Apollo Gleneagles Hospitals was given the innovative leadership award. Dainik Bhaskar Bhopal was given the excellence in social leadership award while Businessworld fortnightly was adjudged the Magazine of the Year.

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Xiaomi Mi 4 now getting the update to Android 6.0.1

Xiaomi started sending the Android 6.0 update for the Mi Note flagship not too long ago. The company is now sending the update to the Mi 4 as well. But unlike the Mi Note, this update brings Android 6.0.1 to the device and not Android 6.0.

The update will be 100MB in size, so the customers are recommended to download it over a Wi-Fi connection. The build number will change to MMB29M post the update, while MIUI 7.1 will remain the stock UI.

Xiaomi recently sent out the MIUI 7.1 update to its devices, which indicates that the users of the Mi 4 might not see any major changes on board. But the default Android 6.0 related system changes will be apparent after the update is installed.
The Mi 4 has certainly come a long way since its release when it was running Android 4.4.3 KitKat. It was updated to Android 5.1 Lollipop about one year later (October 2015) and has now finally seen Marshmallow.

Xiaomi is also expected to rollout the update to other devices like the Redmi 2, Mi 4i and the likes. The update might be rolling out in stages, with only Chinese models seeing it as of now. In any case, the rollout should complete by the next few weeks.

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Now, Google Is Offering Free Wi-Fi At Mumbai Central

Google has begun offering free Wi-Fi to Mumbai train passengers in hopes of boosting its role in the Indian market.
Giggling groups of students, bored commuters and snack-shop vendors were all logging on Friday at Mumbai Central Train Station, the first of 400 stations the company plans to eventually reach with the service.

"If my train is leaving, and I need to search, don't know where to go, then immediately I will get the answer," student Divya Patel said excitedly while waiting for a train to her hometown of Ahmedabad in the western state of Gujarat. "This is very good, and good for everyone."

Free Wi-Fi is rare across India. Most of the country's 300 million internet users pay for personal access and often rely on slow-loading smartphone connectivity.

With a massive 1.25 billion population in India, including 6 million new internet users every month, Silicon Valley tech giants such as Google, Facebook and Microsoft have set sights on expanding in the Indian market. Online retailers Amazon and eBay have also launched services in the country.

India also has homegrown online commerce companies but small businesses are still catching on. Fewer than 5% of the 50 million or so small businesses in India have a web page.

With more than 23 million people riding Indian railways everyday, Google said free internet in train stations will give high-speed access that many can't afford. It also hopes to diversify India's user base, given that less than a third of internet users in India are women, and has been upgrading its services in Hindi and other languages spoken across India.

"Most of India is still not online," Google CEO Sundar Pichai said last month in New Delhi. "We want to bring access to as many people as possible," he said.

For the project, Google teamed up with Indian Railways as well as communications infrastructure provider RailTel.

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Everything you need to know about Google’s Wi-Fi hotspots for Indian railway stations

Google first talked about the launch of its WiFi at Railway Stations project in September. The company made the official announcement of this project last month and also mentioned that 100 railway stations will be covered by the end of 2016.

With Mumbai Central officially getting WiFi support starting today, Google is on its way to expanding this service to other parts of the country in accordance with Railtel, which owns Pan-India fiber optic networks meant exclusively for the railways.

WiFi will be easily accessible for commuters at the station and will be free of cost for the first 30 minutes (per day). Beyond this free usage period, customers will have to pay a pre-defined fee. But knowing the hectic schedule of the passengers, we don't think daily commuters will have the time to access the service for more than 30 minutes in a day.

As for the internet speeds in these hotspots, Google has mentioned that it will be faster than what is considered to be the average broadband speeds in India. While the target is set for 100 stations by the end of 2016, Google plans to expand the service to an additional 400 stations by 2017.

Mumbai Central is currently the only known railway station which will support Google and Railtel's WiFi service, although more information should be available over the coming days. One can expect all the major connecting railway stations to be included in the list.

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Samsung Gear VR headset launched for Rs 8,200

It seems that the VR headset market in India is about to explode. Samsung is the latest to enter this segment with Gear VR, which is powered by Oculus virtual reality technology. The new consumer headset is a refined version of last year's model and is compatible with the latest crop of high-end Samsung phones, including the Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6 Edge+, Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge.

The VR headset is priced for Rs 8,200 and will be available on Flipkart along with other offline stores.

As compared to the last year's headset, the design of the Samsung Gear VR has seen several subtle improvements, like the removal of the hair-flattening plastic band on its top. But there's a lot more change under the hood that deserves your attention. It's a measly fee for Samsung phone owners to buy into this now-proven technology.

For now Oculus and Samsung have added 150+ games and apps on the Samsung Gear VR. Also they are looking at means to continuously add new content for headset.

We like the pricing of the Samsung Gear VR but we think Samsung will have to push in more Indian-specific content for this to pick up in India.

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Minecraft cosplay or cardboard home cinema? Either way, you look stupid

Can't wait for/afford virtual reality? Who cares when you can get yourself a massively sub-par experience for a fraction of the price and look this good while doing it.

The Cardboard Home Cinema, currently selling on Firebox for £25 (about $35/AU$50), is a box that sits over your face and lets you watch movies from the privacy of your own head.

The idea is that you lay down while the smartphone/tablet slots into the top. There are even tiny cardboard people to give you that authentic cinema feeling.

The description is pretty liberal in its use of the words "comfort" and "ultimate cinema experience", but what does it matter when you're rocking it as hard as this guy?

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Many smartphone users unaware of what Android apps are accessing

Many smartphone users are unaware of what their Android apps are accessing and that if they were, they'd like to stop it, according to a study.

Using a group of 36 participants, researchers at the University of British Columbia and the University of California-Berkeley, gave each person a handset with a tweaked form of Android that highlighted when information was being accessed or permission was needed.

After a week and 27 million data points, 80% of participants said they would have liked to block one permission, and on the whole one third of all requests would have been stopped if it had been possible.

Only six people in the group were happy to share all data and information all of the time, reported on Sunday.

The study showed that there needs to be a clearer way of detailing how and why apps need permission and giving users the chance to opt out. But it also highlights a bigger point about the creep of technology into every part of modern life.

Consumers are feeling so overwhelmed by requests from their smartphones, PCs and the online services that they habitually use, that they're increasingly blindly clicking 'accept' or 'OK'.

The majority of smartphone owners are in the dark or are at least very confused about what they're sharing when they install an app. Permissions are given in list form during the installation process and the only way to refuse a condition is to not install an app.

The users of Google's Android operating system, Marshmallow, get new levels of control when it comes to permission -- i.e., being able to say 'yes' or 'no' to an app's need to share or access location or address book. However, its adoption by majority of users will take a long time given that Lollipop, Marshmallow's predecessor, is only running on one third of devices.

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The update includes the ability to reduce blue light levels from the screen and enhancements for Apple News and the CarPlay platform, ZDNet reported. The preview became available Thursday.

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You can check out all the radio waves around you with this app

Beyond your phone, you may not realize just how many wireless and mobile devices you have around you relying on radio signals from cell towers, GPS satellites and Wi-Fi routers.

But if you're curious about how many radio signals are around you, then the Architecture of Radio app will give you a pretty good picture.

The augmented reality app, created by Dutch designer Studio Richard Vijgen, visualizes radio signals from cell towers, GPS satellites and Wi-Fi routers based on real world data, letting you walk around, moving your smartphone or tablet to get a look at the digital signals around you.

The studio says the app's dataset includes almost 7 million cell towers, 19 million Wi-Fi routers and hundreds of satellites.

"We are increasingly dependent on a global ecosystem of digital signals. We use them for so many things, yet we cannot see them," the design studio said.

"The purpose of this app is to make the invisible visible so we can look at it, think about it and discuss it."

While the app gives you an interpretive view into the invisible world of radio signals, Studio Richard Vijgen says that the app shouldn't be used as a measurement tool for signal strength.

"The app is based on real world data and gives you a pretty good idea of the density of digital signals around you, but it won't tell you where to move the couch to get a better Wi-Fi signal."

Architecture of Radio is available on iOS devices through the iTunes App Store, with an Android app to be launched early 2016.


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