Posted: Tuesday, August 12, 2008 by Abhishek Krishnan in

software as a service (SaaS) by Phase 2 is here to spend time getting to know your business. Phase2Int makes sure that every software application that you use is perfectly customized to accelerate your company’s success.

The advantage of not owning the software and renting out and using that software from Phase 2 saves on hardware, software purchase and updates, support stuff, power, security devices, remote access devices and lots of other things.

Your choice of application(s) can be available to all your team members within hours through Phase 2, compared to months with a physical installation. All you need is Internet access and you are ready to get workers from multiple office locations, on the road or at home who can use the same essential documents, data and tools.

You just have to try and see how SaaS with PHASE 2 is a better way to use software. Phase 2 offers a 30-day, money back guarantee, and full support teams that enable you to be productive within minutes.


Posted: by Abhishek Krishnan in

Researchers from Japan have developed a rubber that is able to conduct electricity well, paving the way for robots with stretchable "e-skin" that can feel heat and pressure like humans.

The material overcomes the problems faced by metals -- which are conductive but do not stretch – which is the first in the world to overcome the problem and rubber, which hardly transmits electricity, according to the team at the University of Tokyo. The new technology is flexible like ordinary rubber but boasts conductivity some 570 times as high as commercially available rubbers filled with carbon particles. If used as wiring, the material can make elastic integrated circuits (ICs), which can be stretched to up to 1.7 times their original size.

One application of the material would be artificial skin on robots as robots enter our everyday life; they need to have sensors everywhere on their bodies like humans. Imagine they bump into babies. Robots need to feel temperatures, heat and pressure like we do to co-exist. Otherwise it would be dangerous. It was also said that the new material could be used on the surface of steering wheels, which would analyze perspiration, body temperature and other data of the driver and judge whether he or she is fit enough to drive or it could be used on top of a mattress for bed-ridden people, watching if some parts of the body were under constant pressure and tilting the bed to change the patient's posture to prevent bedsores

House Plans and Designs

Posted: Wednesday, August 6, 2008 by Abhishek Krishnan in

Are you looking to live in your dream home, but do not know how to go about it? Well, here is someone who has a goal to help you find your dream home plan that incorporates every architectural design feature you need to make your new home highly functional for your lifestyle.

All you have to do is to go to the House Plans and More website where you will see offers for a wide variety of home building resources and helpful tools which is organized to make your home plan search simple and easy. We can meet all of your home plan needs regardless of your budget due to the wide array of home styles and sizes we have to choose from.

Also check out the household project plans section that includes several hundred do-it-yourself projects. The project plan collection includes garage plans, shed plans, backyard project plans, and plans for other great project plans for your home.

Maple Phone

Posted: by Abhishek Krishnan in

Check out the new Maple phone which is made out of African Blackwood, which comes in the dimensions of 4.5 x 10.4 x 9.8 cm. It’s loaded with those common features found on today’s cellphones, such as MP3 player, digital camera, and obviously the basic functions like calling and texting.

When it gets your first touch while being at the off state, it’ll turn itself on, light up all those touch-sensitive buttons and become ready waiting for your next inputs. The Maple phone is said to use the capacitive touch technology. The price could be cheaper than any other average cellphones, since it’s made of wood.