IT-Update   IT-Personality   IT-Quiz   IT-Humour   UPTEC Happens   Links you can use  


Sony atracTable to take on Microsoft Surface

Sony is set to take on the Microsoft Surface next month, with their new Sony atracTable prototype, according to pocket-lint. Sony purchased the technology off of a Swiss company, Atracsys, which has been developing the atracTable since 2008.

Atracsys specializes in multi-touch interactive projects, including a 60-inch multi-touch tangible atracTable. Sony has developed a working prototype, similar to that of the Microsoft Surface, due next month and will be available in a 35-inch atracTable.

Atracsys says that the table will have “a full HD screen and a high contrast” display when ready. The project has been in development between Sony ISS and Atracsys for some time now; demonstrated last year at Vision 2009.

Like the Microsoft Surface, Sony's latest project will be able to interact with the user through touch and devices, including mobile phones and objects placed onto the surface.

The atracTable will be able to track and recognize gestures and body movements, including head, arms, hands and fingers. Sony says that the table will be sensitive enough to recognize user's age, sex, and emotion. The camera will be able to interact with a user when it detects him being happy, angry, surprised, sad or neutral.

Source : neowin.net

Microsoft unveils Office 2010

Microsoft Corporation India Private Ltd announced the launch of its Office 2010, Share Point 2010, Visio 2010 and Project 2010 productivity software for business customers in India and across the world.

Office 2010 In addition to the corporate version of the product, Microsoft has also added a free Internet version of the apps that Microsoft is calling Office Web. And it is introducing mobile access to the new suite of Microsoft Office products.

The free Web version of the software will allow consumers, students, and corporate customers trying to access these applications from a home computer to access the programs and files from anywhere using a Web browser and an Internet connection. This new free version of software will be available starting June 15.


Prashant Pansare

Prashant Pansare is Founder, Managing Director and CEO of Inteliment. MBA in Finance & Marketing, Prashant has done his Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering. Currently, as CEO, he oversees the Strategy, Investments, Board Functions as well as oversee Business Operations of Inteliment.

Prashant started first operations of Inteliment in 2004, and established it as a niche player in Business Intelligence, Analytics & Information Collaboration space. Under his leadership, Inteliment has grown very systematically, acquiring and servicing many fortune clients across US, Europe and APAC through ISO certified India Development Center and offices in Australia and Singapore.

He has built a well-knit team to foster Inteliment brand’s promise - 'Invent | Ignite | Inspire' as a driving force for delivering value through passion, innovation & service excellence. To support this core business philosophy, Inteliment has established 'Center of Excellence' (COE) that works in R&D, Solution Development & Implementation on technologies from SAP-BO, Microsoft, IBM, Oracle, Sybase, Intel etc.

Prashant Pansare

As a Technology Evangelist, he has been invited as a speaker and affiliate at various national & international seminars, conferences and institutions such as NASSCOM, CII, National Insurance Academy, National Institute of Banking Management, MCCIA, Symbiosis University, and IIT.

In April, Inteliment bagged "Bizz India 2010 Award" from World Confederation of Businesses (WORLDCOB - an international organization) for their business excellence. Speaking on the occasion, Prashant Pansare said, "We dedicate this award to our Team, for their commitment and consistency in performance throughout. It inspires us to do more and boosts our expansion plans."

Source : www.inteliment.com


  1. What is 'ATV' ?
  2. What is 'Safe mode' ?


For answers click here or scroll down


Tech Support
Take heart, anyone among you who believes you are technologically challenged, then read the following excerpts taken from "Wall Street Journal" article.


Compaq is considering changing the command "Press Any Key" to "Press Return Key" because of the flood of calls asking where the "Any" key is.


AST technical support had a caller complaining that her mouse was hard to control with the dust cover on. The cover turned out to be the plastic bag the mouse was packaged in.


Another Dell customer called to say he couldn't get his computer to fax anything. After 40 minutes of troubleshooting, the technician discovered the man was trying to fax a piece of paper by holding it in front of the monitor screen and hitting the "send" key.


A confused caller to IBM was having trouble printing documents. He told the technician that the computer had said it "couldn't find printer" The user had also tried turning the computer screen to face the printer but that his computer still couldn't "see" the printer.


Yet another Dell customer called to complain that his keyboard no longer worked. He had cleaned it by filling up his tub with soap and water and soaking the keyboard for a day, then removing all the keys and washing them individually.

UPTEC Happens

Guest Lecture by UPTEC Star Alumni

UPTEC conducts regular lectures (TECH-VOICE) to enhance the practical life skills of its students by industry specialists.
Manish Sharma

In this series, Mr Manish Sharma, Chief Manager I.T., Oriental Bank of Commerce gave a presentation on "ROLE OF I.T. IN BANKING" on 16 Apr 2010. During his forty five minutes presentation, he focussed on the applications of information technology in the entire banking process.

The areas covered were :
  • Intra Banking Network (Establishment and Maintenance)
  • Operations Management
  • Office Administration
  • HR and Recruitment Process
At the end of the presentation, Mr Sharma encouraged all students to join banking sector as I.T. professional for challanging and rewarding career. The speciality of this Tech Voice was Mr Manish Sharma is UPTEC Alumni. He has obtained his I.T. education "O, A and B Levels" from UPTEC, Lucknow centre. He also holds the record of clearing all levels in single attempt. Thus he left a strong hope of better career among all the students.

Source : Ambrish K Srivastava



Students of UPTEC, Allahabad, delivered power packed performances during the Annual cultural function 'HORIZON-2010' at Prayag Sangeet Samiti auditorium. The event began with Saraswati Vandana by Niharika and group. The audiences appreciated singing performance of Mohd. Haseeb on foot-tapping 'Bachna ae Hasino'. It was followed by mesmerising dance performance by Namrata Kesarwani on 'Wo kisna hai'.

Group dance performed by Boys on ‘Micheal Jackson meets Punjabi Jat’ was enjoyed by the audience most. Skit performance, ‘Bhola Ram ki Aatma’ was an effective satire on political corruption. Other events including Qawali and Girls Group Dance Performance were highly appreciated.

Earlier the function was inaugurated by General Manager (Retired), Triveni Structural Ltd., Mr. Aditya Narayan. Chief Guest Mr. G.S. Darbari, Chairman, Eastern UP Chamber of Commerce and Industry distributed the prizes. A large number of staff members, students and their family members were present to make the event a grand success and it happens to be so.


Links you can use

www.travelmadeeasy.in This site provides detailed information on all that, you will need before deciding a great holiday vacation. Know about the top holiday destinations of India state wise, hotel bookings with online booking facilities, flight booking and lots more.
dsc.discovery.com There are many questions of your child that you find difficult to answer. Hence, this site virtually gives information on life science, vivid facets of natural beauty in the form of graphical representation.

IT-Quiz Solutions


ATV (Advanced Television) is the name given by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission to digital TV ( DTV ), the use of digital transmission of video and audio information on broadcast channels and cable TV . ATV includes both high-definition television ( HDTV ), a format for digital video compression, transmission, and presentation and also the creation of additional channels on the current analog 6 MHz channel. (Learn more)


Safe mode is an alternate boot method for Windows operating systems that makes it easier to diagnose problems. The only startup programs loaded are the operating system and drivers for the mouse, keyboard, and display modes display. (Learn more)

Compiled by Software Division, UPTEC Computer Consultancy Ltd.