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To create somethings exceptional, your mindset must be relentlessly focused on the smallest detail. #CompuBrain #Business #Technology #Innovations #Design #Branding #BrandingAgency #Ahmedabad #Gujarat #India

To create somethings exceptional, your mindset must be relentlessly focused on the smallest detail. #CompuBrain #Business #Technology #Innovations #Design #Branding #BrandingAgency #Ahmedabad #Gujarat #India

To create somethings exceptional, your mindset must be relentlessly focused on the smallest detail. #CompuBrain #Business #Technology #Innovations #Design #Branding #BrandingAgency #Ahmedabad #Gujarat #India

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Tech News: 1 laptop, 3 4K screens, the ultimate gaming experience #Razer's concept device called 'Project Valerie' is going right against the current of how laptops are made. It's not small or light. Instead, it has three 4K screens that offer 12K resolution. The extra screens automatically fold in and out like wings. #Business #Technology #Innovations #CompuBrain

Tech News: 1 laptop, 3 4K screens, the ultimate gaming experience #Razer's concept device called 'Project Valerie' is going right against the current of how laptops are made. It's not small or light. Instead, it has three 4K screens that offer 12K resolution. The extra screens automatically fold in and out like wings. #Business #Technology #Innovations #CompuBrain

Tech News: 1 laptop, 3 4K screens, the ultimate gaming experience #Razer's concept device called 'Project Valerie' is going right against the current of how laptops are made. It's not small or light. Instead, it has three 4K screens that offer 12K resolution. The extra screens automatically fold in and out like wings. #Business #Technology #Innovations #CompuBrain

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GOOGLE TAX KICKS IN FROM TODAY IN INDIA. The ‘Google Tax’ or ‘Facebook Tax’ which was first announced in the FY17 budget statement by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will be levied from June 1. Here’s all you need to know about it — what Google Tax is, who will pay it, and its implications — As the name suggests, it’s got something to do with Internet Companies. The Google Tax was announced to introduce a tax on the income as accrue to a foreign Internet Company outside of India. Google Tax or ‘equalisation levy’ as it’s called in India, is expected to impact the bottomlines of giants like Google, Facebook, and others. According to the Budget announcement, any person or entity that makes a payment exceeding Rs 1 lakh in a financial year to a non-resident technology company will now need to withhold 6% tax on the gross amount being paid as an equalisation levy. The said rule is applicable when the payment is made to companies that don’t have a permanent establishment in India. This tax, however, is only applicable when the payment has been made to avail certain B2B services from these technology companies. What are the services that fall under this rule? Specified services include online and digital advertising or any other services for using the digital advertising space. This list, however, may be expanded soon. Why has the tax been introduced? The tax has been aimed at technology companies that make money via online advertisements. Their revenue is mostly routed to a tax haven country. This tax will help bring the said companies under the tax radar in India. With this new tax, India has also joined the list of other Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and European countries where a similar tax is already in place. Who will it impact? If you’re a business owner, especially running a small business or an online start up, and you use Facebook or Google for advertising and marketing promotions, then the Google Tax will impact you. Let’s take an example: assume that A runs a company and is liable to pay Rs 5 lakh to a foreign company to advertise with them. With the new tax in place, A will have to withhold 6% of the amount – i.e. Rs 30,000 – and pay the balance Rs 4.7 lakh to the foreign company for its services. The withheld amount will be paid to the government. It remains to be seen whether the foreign company will stand to bear the loss by simply accepting lower margins because of the new tax or will they hike the advertising rate taking the new tax into account? If the latter happens, which is most likely, the Indian business owner, in this case, A, will bear the loss. A’s overall billing will likely shoot up by about 6%, which means he will have to pay Rs 5 lakh plus taxes. So his total payout may go up to Rs 5.3 lakh. What if an Indian business owner or company fails to deduct this tax? The Budget has proposed that any Indian business owner or company that fails to deduct this tax or equalisation levy or doesn’t deposit it with the government, then the company will not be allowed to consider the expenses in calculating taxable profits. This will increase the taxable income, thereby hiking the company’s tax liability. For more details write to us on info@compubrain.in #GoogleTax #IndianEconomy #Taxation

GOOGLE TAX KICKS IN FROM TODAY IN INDIA. The ‘Google Tax’ or ‘Facebook Tax’ which was first announced in the FY17 budget statement by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will be levied from June 1. Here’s all you need to know about it — what Google Tax is, who will pay it, and its implications — As the name suggests, it’s got something to do with Internet Companies. The Google Tax was announced to introduce a tax on the income as accrue to a foreign Internet Company outside of India. Google Tax or ‘equalisation levy’ as it’s called in India, is expected to impact the bottomlines of giants like Google, Facebook, and others. According to the Budget announcement, any person or entity that makes a payment exceeding Rs 1 lakh in a financial year to a non-resident technology company will now need to withhold 6% tax on the gross amount being paid as an equalisation levy. The said rule is applicable when the payment is made to companies that don’t have a permanent establishment in India. This tax, however, is only applicable when the payment has been made to avail certain B2B services from these technology companies. What are the services that fall under this rule? Specified services include online and digital advertising or any other services for using the digital advertising space. This list, however, may be expanded soon. Why has the tax been introduced? The tax has been aimed at technology companies that make money via online advertisements. Their revenue is mostly routed to a tax haven country. This tax will help bring the said companies under the tax radar in India. With this new tax, India has also joined the list of other Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and European countries where a similar tax is already in place. Who will it impact? If you’re a business owner, especially running a small business or an online start up, and you use Facebook or Google for advertising and marketing promotions, then the Google Tax will impact you. Let’s take an example: assume that A runs a company and is liable to pay Rs 5 lakh to a foreign company to advertise with them. With the new tax in place, A will have to withhold 6% of the amount – i.e. Rs 30,000 – and pay the balance Rs 4.7 lakh to the foreign company for its services. The withheld amount will be paid to the government. It remains to be seen whether the foreign company will stand to bear the loss by simply accepting lower margins because of the new tax or will they hike the advertising rate taking the new tax into account? If the latter happens, which is most likely, the Indian business owner, in this case, A, will bear the loss. A’s overall billing will likely shoot up by about 6%, which means he will have to pay Rs 5 lakh plus taxes. So his total payout may go up to Rs 5.3 lakh. What if an Indian business owner or company fails to deduct this tax? The Budget has proposed that any Indian business owner or company that fails to deduct this tax or equalisation levy or doesn’t deposit it with the government, then the company will not be allowed to consider the expenses in calculating taxable profits. This will increase the taxable income, thereby hiking the company’s tax liability. For more details write to us on info@compubrain.in #GoogleTax #IndianEconomy #Taxation

GOOGLE TAX KICKS IN FROM TODAY IN INDIA. The ‘Google Tax’ or ‘Facebook Tax’ which was first announced in the FY17 budget statement by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will be levied from June 1. Here’s all you need to know about it — what Google Tax is, who will pay it, and its implications — As the name suggests, it’s got something to do with Internet Companies. The Google Tax was announced to introduce a tax on the income as accrue to a foreign Internet Company outside of India. Google Tax or ‘equalisation levy’ as it’s called in India, is expected to impact the bottomlines of giants like Google, Facebook, and others. According to the Budget announcement, any person or entity that makes a payment exceeding Rs 1 lakh in a financial year to a non-resident technology company will now need to withhold 6% tax on the gross amount being paid as an equalisation levy. The said rule is applicable when the payment is made to companies that don’t have a permanent establishment in India. This tax, however, is only applicable when the payment has been made to avail certain B2B services from these technology companies. What are the services that fall under this rule? Specified services include online and digital advertising or any other services for using the digital advertising space. This list, however, may be expanded soon. Why has the tax been introduced? The tax has been aimed at technology companies that make money via online advertisements. Their revenue is mostly routed to a tax haven country. This tax will help bring the said companies under the tax radar in India. With this new tax, India has also joined the list of other Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and European countries where a similar tax is already in place. Who will it impact? If you’re a business owner, especially running a small business or an online start up, and you use Facebook or Google for advertising and marketing promotions, then the Google Tax will impact you. Let’s take an example: assume that A runs a company and is liable to pay Rs 5 lakh to a foreign company to advertise with them. With the new tax in place, A will have to withhold 6% of the amount – i.e. Rs 30,000 – and pay the balance Rs 4.7 lakh to the foreign company for its services. The withheld amount will be paid to the government. It remains to be seen whether the foreign company will stand to bear the loss by simply accepting lower margins because of the new tax or will they hike the advertising rate taking the new tax into account? If the latter happens, which is most likely, the Indian business owner, in this case, A, will bear the loss. A’s overall billing will likely shoot up by about 6%, which means he will have to pay Rs 5 lakh plus taxes. So his total payout may go up to Rs 5.3 lakh. What if an Indian business owner or company fails to deduct this tax? The Budget has proposed that any Indian business owner or company that fails to deduct this tax or equalisation levy or doesn’t deposit it with the government, then the company will not be allowed to consider the expenses in calculating taxable profits. This will increase the taxable income, thereby hiking the company’s tax liability. For more details write to us on info@compubrain.in #GoogleTax #IndianEconomy #Taxation

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... Leonardo Ulian’s Technology Art ... Brand new work from an Adafruit favorite, an artist of electronic component mandalas. Leonardo Ulian’s Technological Mandalas Signify Worship of Technology. Artist Leonardo Ulian offers another interpretation of the mandala with his assemblages of electronic components, copper wire, and more. The intricate, finely detailed works radiate the innards of what makes technology tick. Ulian crafts smaller geometric patterns within a larger, more general shape that become more impressive once you see close up shots of his handiwork..

... Leonardo Ulian’s Technology Art ... Brand new work from an Adafruit favorite, an artist of electronic component mandalas. Leonardo Ulian’s Technological Mandalas Signify Worship of Technology. Artist Leonardo Ulian offers another interpretation of the mandala with his assemblages of electronic components, copper wire, and more. The intricate, finely detailed works radiate the innards of what makes technology tick. Ulian crafts smaller geometric patterns within a larger, more general shape that become more impressive once you see close up shots of his handiwork..

... Leonardo Ulian’s Technology Art ... Brand new work from an Adafruit favorite, an artist of electronic component mandalas. Leonardo Ulian’s Technological Mandalas Signify Worship of Technology. Artist Leonardo Ulian offers another interpretation of the mandala with his assemblages of electronic components, copper wire, and more. The intricate, finely detailed works radiate the innards of what makes technology tick. Ulian crafts smaller geometric patterns within a larger, more general shape that become more impressive once you see close up shots of his handiwork..

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‘Pixel’ is short for Picture Element. When we see graphic images on digital devices the display divides the screen into thousands or millions of pixels, arranged in rows and columns. Each pixel has its own address in this grid and is represented by dots or squares. Pixels build up a sample of an original image and are the smallest component of a digital image. The more pixels used to represent an image, the closer it will resemble the original. The number of pixels used to create an image is often referred to as the ‘resolution’.

‘Pixel’ is short for Picture Element. When we see graphic images on digital devices the display divides the screen into thousands or millions of pixels, arranged in rows and columns. Each pixel has its own address in this grid and is represented by dots or squares. Pixels build up a sample of an original image and are the smallest component of a digital image. The more pixels used to represent an image, the closer it will resemble the original. The number of pixels used to create an image is often referred to as the ‘resolution’.

‘Pixel’ is short for Picture Element. When we see graphic images on digital devices the display divides the screen into thousands or millions of pixels, arranged in rows and columns. Each pixel has its own address in this grid and is represented by dots or squares. Pixels build up a sample of an original image and are the smallest component of a digital image. The more pixels used to represent an image, the closer it will resemble the original. The number of pixels used to create an image is often referred to as the ‘resolution’.

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... The 'Nokia FIT' hands-free cell phone ... The 'Nokia FIT' hands-free cell phone is a minimalist cell phone that fits directly on your finger. The fingertip phone is operated simply by your thumb and pointer finger. The silicone and rubber material it is made of makes it a phone that will fit many different finger thicknesses as well as make it waterproof. The 'Nokia FIT' vibrates on your finger to notify you that you have an incoming phone call. The 'Nokia FIT' brings cell phone technology closer to a sci-fi future where phones are small and simple. With the development of devices such as Google Glass, the 'Nokia FIT' has the potential to work seamlessly with the heads up display of the Google Glass.

... The 'Nokia FIT' hands-free cell phone ... The 'Nokia FIT' hands-free cell phone is a minimalist cell phone that fits directly on your finger. The fingertip phone is operated simply by your thumb and pointer finger. The silicone and rubber material it is made of makes it a phone that will fit many different finger thicknesses as well as make it waterproof. The 'Nokia FIT' vibrates on your finger to notify you that you have an incoming phone call. The 'Nokia FIT' brings cell phone technology closer to a sci-fi future where phones are small and simple. With the development of devices such as Google Glass, the 'Nokia FIT' has the potential to work seamlessly with the heads up display of the Google Glass.

... The 'Nokia FIT' hands-free cell phone ... The 'Nokia FIT' hands-free cell phone is a minimalist cell phone that fits directly on your finger. The fingertip phone is operated simply by your thumb and pointer finger. The silicone and rubber material it is made of makes it a phone that will fit many different finger thicknesses as well as make it waterproof. The 'Nokia FIT' vibrates on your finger to notify you that you have an incoming phone call. The 'Nokia FIT' brings cell phone technology closer to a sci-fi future where phones are small and simple. With the development of devices such as Google Glass, the 'Nokia FIT' has the potential to work seamlessly with the heads up display of the Google Glass.

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... Are humans Earth’s biggest enemy? ... The Earth was once populated with enormous beasts, the likes of which we have never seen – from mammoths to giant beavers, and sabretooths to horned tortoises. Over the last two million years many of these giant beasts, known as megafauna, have either been wiped out completely, or replaced by smaller counterparts living side-by-side with an ever increasing human population. The debate on exactly what caused this mass extinction has been raging for years – on one side of the fence, the demise is being blamed on natural climate change, on the other, humans and our carnivorous ways have ‘destroyed’ the world. Earlier this week, St John’s College in Oxford played host to the annual Megafauna conference. The meeting is a chance for experts, zoologists, archaeologists and scientists to debate the demise of these mega beasts and how their disappearance has impacted on how we live today. British environmentalist and writer George Monbiot is outspoken in his belief that humans are to blame for the mass extinction, a theory known as ‘overkill hypothesis.’ He believes there is a direct correlation between humans arriving and populating continents across the globe and the widely-seen demise of many megafauna species. ‘Before Homo erectus, perhaps our first recognisably-human ancestor, emerged in Africa, the continent abounded with monsters. 'There were several species of elephants. There were sabretooths and false sabretooths, and giant hyenas,’ said Monbiot.

... Are humans Earth’s biggest enemy? ... The Earth was once populated with enormous beasts, the likes of which we have never seen – from mammoths to giant beavers, and sabretooths to horned tortoises. Over the last two million years many of these giant beasts, known as megafauna, have either been wiped out completely, or replaced by smaller counterparts living side-by-side with an ever increasing human population. The debate on exactly what caused this mass extinction has been raging for years – on one side of the fence, the demise is being blamed on natural climate change, on the other, humans and our carnivorous ways have ‘destroyed’ the world. Earlier this week, St John’s College in Oxford played host to the annual Megafauna conference. The meeting is a chance for experts, zoologists, archaeologists and scientists to debate the demise of these mega beasts and how their disappearance has impacted on how we live today. British environmentalist and writer George Monbiot is outspoken in his belief that humans are to blame for the mass extinction, a theory known as ‘overkill hypothesis.’ He believes there is a direct correlation between humans arriving and populating continents across the globe and the widely-seen demise of many megafauna species. ‘Before Homo erectus, perhaps our first recognisably-human ancestor, emerged in Africa, the continent abounded with monsters. 'There were several species of elephants. There were sabretooths and false sabretooths, and giant hyenas,’ said Monbiot.

... Are humans Earth’s biggest enemy? ... The Earth was once populated with enormous beasts, the likes of which we have never seen – from mammoths to giant beavers, and sabretooths to horned tortoises. Over the last two million years many of these giant beasts, known as megafauna, have either been wiped out completely, or replaced by smaller counterparts living side-by-side with an ever increasing human population. The debate on exactly what caused this mass extinction has been raging for years – on one side of the fence, the demise is being blamed on natural climate change, on the other, humans and our carnivorous ways have ‘destroyed’ the world. Earlier this week, St John’s College in Oxford played host to the annual Megafauna conference. The meeting is a chance for experts, zoologists, archaeologists and scientists to debate the demise of these mega beasts and how their disappearance has impacted on how we live today. British environmentalist and writer George Monbiot is outspoken in his belief that humans are to blame for the mass extinction, a theory known as ‘overkill hypothesis.’ He believes there is a direct correlation between humans arriving and populating continents across the globe and the widely-seen demise of many megafauna species. ‘Before Homo erectus, perhaps our first recognisably-human ancestor, emerged in Africa, the continent abounded with monsters. 'There were several species of elephants. There were sabretooths and false sabretooths, and giant hyenas,’ said Monbiot.

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... Galaxy S5 ... Samsung has updated its range with the introduction of the new flagship Galaxy S5. The phone was unveiled yesterday at the Mobile World Congress and as expected, comes with range-topping specs. Now if you had to choose between the Galaxy S5 or the slightly old but very decently specced Galaxy Note 3, here’s a small comparison to make the buying decision easier for you.

... Galaxy S5 ... Samsung has updated its range with the introduction of the new flagship Galaxy S5. The phone was unveiled yesterday at the Mobile World Congress and as expected, comes with range-topping specs. Now if you had to choose between the Galaxy S5 or the slightly old but very decently specced Galaxy Note 3, here’s a small comparison to make the buying decision easier for you.

... Galaxy S5 ... Samsung has updated its range with the introduction of the new flagship Galaxy S5. The phone was unveiled yesterday at the Mobile World Congress and as expected, comes with range-topping specs. Now if you had to choose between the Galaxy S5 or the slightly old but very decently specced Galaxy Note 3, here’s a small comparison to make the buying decision easier for you.

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minicomputer with virtual keyboard and mouse CTX Virtual Technologies showcase high end electronics for modern day at CES 2013. CTX is now looking to offer embedded projection keyboard, hand held mobile phone and other virtual input device. Deemed as the world’s first fully integrated minicomputer running on Z650 1.2 GHz CPU with GMA600, MISEETX has all virtual input and output components fitted inside a small form factor running on Android or Windows 7 OS platforms. Keeping the form factor compact the output components such as the mouse and keyboard are also virtual making it a computer that has everything you need right from exploring multimedia content to getting your presentations done in the most professional manner. Displaying images in high definition of up to 1280X800 at 1080i on a 4.3 inch LCD touch screen, this Wi-Fi enabled computer is ideal for people who travel a lot.

minicomputer with virtual keyboard and mouse CTX Virtual Technologies showcase high end electronics for modern day at CES 2013. CTX is now looking to offer embedded projection keyboard, hand held mobile phone and other virtual input device. Deemed as the world’s first fully integrated minicomputer running on Z650 1.2 GHz CPU with GMA600, MISEETX has all virtual input and output components fitted inside a small form factor running on Android or Windows 7 OS platforms. Keeping the form factor compact the output components such as the mouse and keyboard are also virtual making it a computer that has everything you need right from exploring multimedia content to getting your presentations done in the most professional manner. Displaying images in high definition of up to 1280X800 at 1080i on a 4.3 inch LCD touch screen, this Wi-Fi enabled computer is ideal for people who travel a lot.

minicomputer with virtual keyboard and mouse CTX Virtual Technologies showcase high end electronics for modern day at CES 2013. CTX is now looking to offer embedded projection keyboard, hand held mobile phone and other virtual input device. Deemed as the world’s first fully integrated minicomputer running on Z650 1.2 GHz CPU with GMA600, MISEETX has all virtual input and output components fitted inside a small form factor running on Android or Windows 7 OS platforms. Keeping the form factor compact the output components such as the mouse and keyboard are also virtual making it a computer that has everything you need right from exploring multimedia content to getting your presentations done in the most professional manner. Displaying images in high definition of up to 1280X800 at 1080i on a 4.3 inch LCD touch screen, this Wi-Fi enabled computer is ideal for people who travel a lot.

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