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Ankur Garg
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Game developed by Junior @ SDS Mobile Development Group, IIT Roorkee.
Way to go!
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Added photos to Business Process Simulation Workshop at IIT Roorkee.
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It's time to get things rolling. We are here with the first event of the year: a workshop on "Business Process Simulation" by Prof. D.S. Broca.
Prof. D.S. Broca is currently a professor at XLRI Jamshedpur where his work focuses on Business Statistics and Process Simulation.

This workshop is specially beneficial for students interested in Mathematical Modeling & Simulation. However, students from Computer Science, Electrical, Electronics, Mathematics, Industrial Engineering and Management branches are also invited for this workshop.

Date: Saturday, 17th January 2015 
Time: 11:00 AM- 4:00 PM
Venue: EC Audi

Register yourself at http://www.iitr.ac.in/acm/
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We are proud to present before you the first official student society of Department of Computer Science and Engineering, IIT Roorkee!

We will aim at uniting the computing fraternity at IIT Roorkee under one tag and allowing the students to learn together and share their knowledge to cater the interests of the individuals as well as the institute as a whole. 

More about us : http://www.iitr.ac.in/acm
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A fine display of art by fine arts section, IITR
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Easy privacy, coming soon.

I'm working on a new feature that will hopefully make it's way into CM. It's called "Run in Incognito Mode". It's a simple privacy feature designed to help you keep your personal data under control.

I've added a per-application flag which is exposed via a simple API. This flag can be used by content providers to decide if they should return a full or limited dataset. In the implementation I'm working on, I am using the flag to provide these privacy features in the base system:

 * Return empty lists for contacts, calendar, browser history,and messages.
 * GPS will appear to always be disabled to the running application.
 * When an app is running incognito, a quick panel item is displayed in order to turn it off easily.
 * No fine-grained permissions controls as you saw in CM7. It's a single option available under application details.

The API provides a simple isIncognito() call which will tell you if incognito is enabled for the process (or the calling process). Third party applications can honor the feature using this API, or they can choose to display pictures of cats instead of running normally.

We aren't providing ad-blocking or device info (IMEI) spoofing. This feature is designed explictly to help protect your personal data, and it will remain as such.
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