November 2009 20
A couch potato’s dream gadget
Posted By : cybergavin

I have experienced the frustration of wanting to switch channels on my TV using my remote only to see nothing happening, because I ignored the many “Low Battery” warnings for my remote control. I’m sure

November 2009 15
Pac-Man wins a historic seventh world title
Posted By : cybergavin

I just watched LIVE, the 12-round demolition of Miguel Cotto by Manny Pacquiao earning Manny the WBO welterweight title. Manny created history by winning a seventh world title in an unprecedented seventh weight division.  

November 2009 08
David beats Goliath…again!
Posted By : cybergavin

I watched the David Haye Vs Nikolai Valuev WBA Heavyweight title fight a couple of hours ago. There was a lot of hype before the fight billed as “David Vs Goliath”, given the whopping 7

September 2009 21
More plastic in your wallet
Posted By : cybergavin

In India, you would often face a problem using old, worn out or perhaps slightly torn banknotes. Typically, Indians refuse to accept such banknotes, but unfortunately, such banknotes are in wide circulation. Paper banknotes have

September 2009 20
Will BPL revolutionize our digital world?
Posted By : cybergavin

Broadband Over Power lines (BPL) is the technology used to transmit data and provide internet access via electric power lines. The underlying mechanisms used for transmitting digital data over power lines have been around for

September 2009 20
Pretty Boy stays pretty
Posted By : cybergavin

I just watched the welterweight fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Juan Manuel Márquez. Floyd was returning to the ring after a hiatus of 21 months, but it seemed as if he never took a

September 2009 17
Language, Mr. Tharoor! [sic]
Posted By : cybergavin

I was rather amused by the news on NDTV this evening, when I learned that a hot topic of debate in India was Shashi Tharoor’s comments on Twitter. I couldn’t help thinking about the British

September 2009 10
Let the reforms begin!
Posted By : cybergavin

I believe that education is one of the most important factors contributing to a country’s development. Education can weed out or scale down problems such as poverty, crime, communalism and suppression of freedom. So, I

August 2009 30
Hi-tech pants, open source design
Posted By : cybergavin

I recently came across some cool pants (created by Distilled Clothing, a San Francisco-based men’s fashion line) which block potentially harmful Electro-Magnetic Fields (EMF blocker) like those caused by radiation used by mobile phones. According