Chandrayaan-1's Hyper-Spectral Imager (HySI) has sent moon imagery, lunar craterlet BarrowH HySI image (64 Bands), and a strip (20 km across x 40 km along track) from the moon's equatorial region in 64 bands.
Inspired by the success of its first mission to the Moon, the Chandrayaan-1, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is embarking on a project named Bhuvan (meaning, the Earth.)
Nokia China has launched its Nokia N96 Bruce Lee Edition, in Hong Kong.
Verizon Wireless employees who have been suspected of doing a peek into President-elect Barack Obama’s mobile phone records are being dealt with in strong measure.
India has finally got the touch and feel of Sony Ericsson’s new touch-screen smart phone Xperia X1. The new smart phone has debuted in the national capital, sporting a price tag of Rs 44,500.
PC Magazine, the much sought after magazine with wide readership among technology buffs, is disappearing from the stands forever. It will embark on an online avatar, instead.
Nokia and IBM have decided to let the Finnish major’s smartphones access IBM Lotus Notes corporate email. This is expected to go on stream from next month onwards. Smartphones are seen as a market segment with the best hope for growth in 2009.