LG A290 Triple SIM Mobile Phone New Out Soon

In some news it has been said, LG is going to launch its first triple-SIM phone i.e. LG A290. This phone doesn’t possess high performing hardware as smartphone. It will be just a featured phone and its most attractive features will be triple-SIM, cheap price and longer battery backup. This phone is powered with a massive standard Li-Ion 1500 mAh battery which will give a longer battery backup for sure.

If we talk about construction of LG A290, then we will ...

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Features of Android Phones

It’s mind boggling for those who are wishing to get their very first Android phone. Why? For the simple reason that most of the Android phones released on the market today are equipped with top of the line features making it much harder for consumers like you and me to choose which phone to go for. Apart from that, cell phone companies who are developing Android phones are coming up with a new model almost every month. What you like ...

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London Riot Croydon Shop Fire

Most recent updates on the London riots on Monday 8th August 2011 at 10pm in Croydon a historic Victorian building is ablaze still and being raised to the ground. A well established Furniture Warehouse store located in a building that was built originally in the 1800’s has been looted and set on fire. The fire brigade appear to be having no affect on the massive blaze in this Victorian building and the fire seems to be raging unchecked. There seems ...

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Library advocacy trainings available

The American Library Association (ALA) is sponsoring three, new advocacy training programs to help libraries educate their communities about the Internet and related issues, including children’s access, intellectual freedom and the use of filters. The programs are part of ALA President Ann Symons’ intellectual freedom leadership initiatives.

The trainings are available to state and regional library groups to use at workshops and conferences. They are intended for library staff, trustees, Friends organizations, parents, school administrators, community leaders ...

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A digital library, multidisciplinary and community for the Francophonie

Paris, March 9, 2011 – La Francophonie and scientific university covers the five continents. With this geographical diversity, the AUF is designed to enhance knowledge of the Francophonie in promoting scientific cooperation, training the actors in development, by supporting research and sharing expertise.

In this context, the 41 French-speaking digital campus of AUF to endow a digital library, designed by multidisciplinary and community Cyberlibris.

The digital library developed by Cyberlibris strengthens ...

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Sailing into the Future with ADLIB

Swets & Zeitlinger B.V. of Lisse and ADLIB Information Systems B.V. of Utrecht have concluded an agreement to ensure the future development and maintenance of SAILS, Swets serials management software package.

ADLIB, through their UK sister company ADLIB Information Systems Ltd. of Swindon, will take over the existing SAILS product. This includes responsibility for support and maintenance of the current SAILS customer base of around 50. As part of the agreement the existing SAILS technical personnel will transfer to ADLIB Information ...

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India’s Panjab University Library Taps 3M for Turnkey Conversion to RFID Circulation Management and Security

3M Library Systems has been awarded a turnkey project that will provide radio frequency identification (RFID) systems for circulation and inventory management and security at the Panjab University Library in Chandigarh, the capital of the Punjab region in northwest India.

Known officially as the A.C. Joshi Library, in memory of a distinguished university vice chancellor, the 61-year-old library contains nearly 700,000 books and audio/visual items. Panjab University, established in 1882, is one of India’s oldest and most respected schools of higher ...

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Ingram Digital selects Summon for MyiLibrary

With the Summon service, Ingram Digital will provide metadata for all the titles in its MyiLibrary e-Book platform. MyiLibrary includes more than 185,000 titles with an additional 5,000 titles being added each month. Ingram Digital is part of a burgeoning movement of publishers and aggregators who are choosing to make their content more discoverable to students and faculty via this service. The Summon service launched worldwide beta testing in January with key content providers ProQuest and Gale, plus other contributors ...

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Second Life: The Virtual Grid of Life

Second Life was developed by Linden Lab in San Francisco and was launched on June 23, 2003. It is an online virtual world and has over 900,000 active users as of now. Linden Lab emphasizes that Second Life is not a game.

You can access the virtual world from Linden Lab’s client programs or by third party viewers. The Second Life users are known as Residents; they are virtual representations of their own selves called avatars. They can intermingle with ...

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Stephen Abram exits SirsiDynix

SirsiDynix announced today that Stephen Abram, its Vice President for Innovation, will leave the company to join Gale Cengage as its new Vice President for Strategic Partnerships and Markets. Abram has taken a highly visible role for the company, especially on the speaking circuit. He has also overseen the SirsiDynix Institute, an educational program of the company that provides free Webinars, delivered primarily by individuals outside the company, on a variety of topics related to current library issues. Abram joined ...

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