17
May

Facebook IPO: Hit or Miss; Want to Invest, here are some considerations

Facebook IPO: Hit or Miss; Want to Invest, here are some considerations

Facebook IPO is turning out to be one of the most popular public offerings since at least a decade now. The price range had been increased from between $28 to $35 to between $34 to $35. The cut-off has been decided at the mid-point of the price range at $36. This gives the company a […]

13
May

Is Nokia Lumia 900 the best smart phone ever?

Is Nokia Lumia 900 the best smart phone ever?

In what may be regarded as a classic example of betrayal, the Siri, Apple’s Speech recognition software comes back with the answer as Nokia Lumia 900, when asked, “which is the best smart phone ever?” For the executives at Apple, this would be a difficult pill to swallow. Not too long ago, Steve Wozniak, the […]

3
May

Licensed limit for the index capacity has been exhausted in FAST ESP, How To Solve

Licensed limit for the index capacity has been exhausted in FAST ESP, How To Solve

If the license file is having a limit, space allowed as per the license is calculated from below directories under %FASTSEARCH%\data\** data_fixm data_index To determine the used Indexed volume, the best method is to use the Total Document Size via Admin GUI -> Matching Engines and look at  the “Total Document Size” is for each […]

1
May

Fixml defragmentation in FAST ESP: All you need to know

Fixml defragmentation in FAST ESP: All you need to know

Fixml compaction occurs by default as part of the nightly cleanup routines depending on the configuration set in rtsearchrc.xml. Nightly cleanup (between 3-6 am by default) runs compaction daily which physically removes all invalidated documents from Elem files. When cleanup occurs on the fixml, there a few operations that are performed: Compaction Compression Defragmentation (potentially) […]

29
Apr

Facebook to acquire Bing from Microsoft, What happens if that happens

Facebook to acquire Bing from Microsoft, What happens if that happens

Microsoft is keen to exit its online Search business i.e. Bing. Despite having spent billions to improve Bing, Microsoft still doesn’t seem to have been able to find a way to turn Bing into a profitable venture. Here are some interesting statistics about Bing: In March 2012, Google’s market share stood unchanged  at 66.4 % […]

26
Apr

Microsoft Windows Evolution: Journey from Windows 1.0 to Windows 8.0

Microsoft Windows Evolution: Journey from Windows 1.0 to Windows 8.0

Microsoft Windows, the company spearheaded by Bill Gates, has not only been successful, but up the bar of success way to much high, We at The DNetWorks salute what they have done so far and have created an Article to Chronologically display the brilliance created by Microsoft’s best selling product Windows Year 1985 : Windows 1985 […]

21
Apr

Is there an “iPad nano” in the pipeline?

Is there an “iPad nano” in the pipeline?

If rumours are to be believed, a smaller version of the iPad could be available soon. Although, Apple follows a secretive approach for product development which works top-down, it still manages to generate gossip and rumours. While most of the rumours turn out to be false, this time around the rumours seem to have originated in the South […]

17
Apr

The obsession with Porn; 1/3 of the world wide web traffic is porn

The obsession with Porn; 1/3 of the world wide web traffic is porn

Recent studies conducted reveal that around 30 per cent of all internet traffic is pornography. Xvideos – supposedly the largest porn site on the web – receives 4.4billion page views and 350 million unique visits per month, if reports on the ExtremeTech website are to be believed. Google Plus still has just a 100 million […]

11
Apr

Come May 2012 ‘Halal Internet’ will go live in Iran; Internet to be abolished permanently

Come May 2012 ‘Halal Internet’ will go live in Iran; Internet to be abolished permanently

If you are a person who is addicted to Online gaming or Social Networking sites, consider yourself lucky for not being in Iran. In what comes as a shocker of a decision, Iranian minister for Information and Communications Technology, Reza Taghipour announced his decision to set up and implement a national Intranet. This would be […]

9
Apr

iPhone and Android security codes can be bypassed easily if enforcement agencies ask for it

iPhone and Android security codes can be bypassed easily if enforcement agencies ask for it

With increasing use of technology, criminals have been employing sophisticated means of committing crimes. With time, criminals are getting more tech savvy. These days use of gadgets like satellite phones, iPhones and Android phones by criminals and terrorists are common. There appears to be a direct proportionality between the rate at which the gadgets keep […]