(Free Press Release) Technology in todayâ€˜s world is a mandatory element. It has taken over our lives to a large extent. One cannot imagine life on a daily basis without a cell phone. It has made life hassle-free in every sphere. This week Tech Guru reviews technological innovations such as the trendy smart phone Samsung Galaxy Note and the Wikipedia in Marathi. Tune into IBN-Lokmat on Saturday, 26th November 2011 at 7:30 pm to catch this exciting episode of Tech Guru.
For the tech savvy people who are curios to know about the latest gadgets in the market, Tech Guru takes you through Samsung Galaxy Note, the new launch of Samsung with large and immersive screen & smart phone portability. With a size bigger than a mobile and smaller than a tablet, it comes with a dual core processor, a huge internal memory space of 16 GB and a 5.3 inches screen size. A powerful camera of 8 mega pixel helps you capture every moment in a magical way. Its sleek shape is surely going to tempt gadget lovers who want to stay in touch with the latest trendy gadgets.
Wikipedia in Marathi is another cherry on top especially for the internet users. Wikipedia, which literally means the Britannica for students and professionals, is getting converted into Marathi which means that from now on people who read and write Marathi can easily surf Wikipedia and use it to their benefits.
Watch all this and a lot more as this episode of Tech Guru gives you an insight into the latest trends in the world of mobiles and internet. Catch this episode of Tech Guru at 7:30pm on Saturday, 26th November, 2011 only on IBN-Lokmat
You can also watch the repeat of this episode on Sunday, 27th November 2011 at 9:30 am only on IBN-Lokmat.
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