Sunday, August 7, 2011

SMS & WAP - Writing Example in English

English for Computers

Not long ago, mobile phones could just transmit voice andSMS messages. Now they can display Internet information thanks to Wireless Application Protocol or WAP. Some hybrid models
combine a phone with a PDA. They look like a regular phone with a dial-pad and a small screen on its front. But if you flip up the front cover you find a larger screen that is touch-sensitive.Some include a virtual keyboard, which pops up when you want to enter email text or a WAP address. But the future is called ‘Thirdgeneration’(3G) mobiles. They transmit a caller’s picture and voice simultaneously. UMTS mobile phones deliver users information,e-commerce, games and videoconferencing via fixed wireless and satellite networks.

Virtual reality lets people interact with artificial objects and environments through three – dimensional computer simulation.In a VR system, you are hooked to a computer through a controlling device, such as a glove, and head-mounted displays give you the feeling of being propelled into an artificial three – dimensional world. The computer brings to life events in a distant, virtual world using databases or real-time objects and sounds. Your senses are immersed in an illusionary yet sensate world. VR can be applied to anything from video games, testing motor vehicle, visiting a virtual exhibition, to checking out imaginary kitchen designs.

English for Business and Commerce


A. Listening

I. Banking shares suffered sharply on the Bombay Stock Exchange today due to heavy selling following the ReserveBank of India proposal regarding the maximum holding by a
group in a private bank.
II. Trading was in a narrow range for most part of the session.The 30-share BSE sensitive index ended with a gain of 35.88 points to close at 4993.76. The Sensex opened at 4973.88 and touched a high of 5041.19.
III. Reliance Industries and IT counters hogged the limelight even as the market ended fractionally lower in lacklustre activity amidst alternate bouts of buying and selling by foreign
institutional investors coupled with short-covering by operators a day ahead of expiry of July contract in derivatives.
IV. The Government’s decision to grant oil public sector undertakings freedom to fix fuel prices prompted a smart stocks rally helping the Sensex end higher by 45 points on
Monday. Oil PSUs rallied smartly and scored impressive gains as the decision to allow state-run oil companies to fix petrol and diesel prices within a narrow price band was in the interest of the sector.


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