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Mechanical tumor, external heart, elastic cell - CPU Load Meter

Interactive media artist Mio I-zawa’s “mechanical tumor” is a quivering hunk of fleshy, organic-looking material that expands and contracts depending on the amount of stress your computer is experiencing ....
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Dell Latitude Z: 16-inch notebook weighs 4.5 pounds, charges wirelessly

Dell’s got something for the business set today in the 16-inch Latitude Z, a $2000 notebook that measures just over half an inch thick, weighs 4.5 pounds, and charges wirelessly ....
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The Very First Lighter Phone SB6309

Although I fully admit to chuckling quite a bit after first seeing this cellphone with a built-in cigarette lighter, I can see some practicality with it. After all, I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard of my smoking friends losing their lighter. I’ve been asked numerous times if I happen to have a lighter on me, despite that they’re fully aware I don’t smoke. Having a lighter built into your cellphone would come in incredibly handy. After all, your phone is almost always somewhere within reach.....
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Macro : Blogger Template

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Live Demo
Download : Here
Instructions: Installation and settings
Author: Templates Novo Blogger

Category: NeutralProperties: 2 Columns, Black, Fixed width, Gray, Right sidebar, WhiteAdded: March 19th, 2009

WingGirl : Blogger template

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Author: Templates Novo Blogger
Designer: Themes Junction

Category: Floral, Girl, Personal pagesProperties: 2 Columns, Adaptation of Wordpress, Fixed width, Green, Right sidebar, YellowAdded: March 5th, 2009

Torrents are fun. Downloading from swarms however has a negative side. The download speed may be capped, there are port forwarding issues. Upload is mandatory and you may not have a good seeders to peers ratio.
Using (a take on P2P - stands for Google-to-peer) allows you to search the web (via Google) for files you want. The concept behind it is simplicity itself - it uses special search operators to search Google for files you want in openly listed on Apache servers.

So you can search for songs, ebooks, softwares etc using G2P and get direct downloads! G2P is not a search engine but simply a frontend to one which makes searching for ’stuff’ easier. The data is hosted on by others listed in open directories; you may or may not find what you’re looking for. But for one off cases where you need to download something quickly without bothering about finding seeds it’s a great idea.


Credits:Vaibhav Kanwal

Arthemia is one of my favorite Blogger Template designed by Micheal Jubel and was converted to Blogger Template by Themelib. It's is a professional magazine style theme which is free to download!


Two/Three Columns (depend on your customization)
Professional Design with Magazine Style
Built-in Search Box
Nice Drop-Down Menu
Three Column Footer widgets
Banner Ad ready (468×60)
Google Adsense ready (300×250 rectangle, 120×600 sidebar)

Demo | Download

If You’re going to buy a product, i am sure you will do a lot of survey to gather more information, why not visit the websites that reviews products and helps you to choose the best product available in the market. is one such website recently launched by the 9.9 Media group that owns India’s number one Tech Magazine, Think Digit. This website provides authentic and credible information to users who are in the look out for the best product available in the market.At present this website has expert buying advice on laptop computers.

What you can Get to know about Laptops at

  • Compare Laptop Models - Compare laptops both International & Indian Brands for you to choose which laptop to buy. Which is better according to laptop configuration.
  • Test Center Ratings - See what ratings the Test Center has given for the Laptop Models
  • Know the Basics - Get all the knowledge you need to know about buying a Laptop to their Features
  • New Launches - Check What are the New Laptops models Available in the Market
  • Hot Deals - Get all the info of all the hottest deals & Offers about the Latest Laptops.
  • Consumer Support - Get your doubts solved by asking questions to DIGIT experts in the Ask Us section.

You can also get latest information on laptop prices from dealer to street level there.

>> Link : Go to

Ulysse Nardin’s Chairman shows his angles

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Known for their watchmaking, the Ulysse Nardin has the mechanical intricacy you would expect along with a 2.8-inch multitouch screen, 5-megapixel camera, biometric fingerprint unlocking, WiFi and an email browser. It also sucks supplemental power into the battery by harvesting kinetic energy from the revolving rotor on the back. The phone is currently on display at the Baselworld watch and jewelery expo and will be available, I’m assuming, sometime in the near future for a completely absurd price. More pictures after the jump.

Source: Gizmodo
Web link: Uncells

Ulysse Nardin’s Chairman shows his angles

Ulysse Nardin’s Chairman shows his angles

Ulysse Nardin’s Chairman shows his angles

Ulysse Nardin’s Chairman shows his angles

The hard drive has the shortest life expectancy of all components, but when it inevitably fails it’s always when you least expect it. It’s an inevitability, and it always happens when you’re least prepared - the hard drive crash. Sure, you might notice it’s taking a bit longer to boot, or there’s an occasional click that just doesn’t sound right, but it’s still a surprise the day your computer fails to boot. How do you get your data off that hard drive once it’s no longer able to boot? Is it still possible? This depends on what exactly went wrong with your drive. It is safe to assume, however, that will the proper method, you will be able to retrieve at least part of your lost data.

Source: Laptop Logic

Below are five different methods for getting documents, pictures, and other important files off a crashed hard drive.

1. Use an External Case
This method is the most simple available, and for many people it is also the solution they need. Simply purchase an external hard drive case that allows you to plug your hard drive into a computer with a standard USB cable. Remove the crashed hard drive from your computer and carefully insert it into the external case (make sure you ground yourself before touching it), then plug it into a different system and try to open the drive. There’s a good chance you’ll be able to navigate into your documents and other folders and copy them onto a different hard drive.
2. Use a LiveCD
Don’t have access to a second computer for doing as you please? This method will be ideal, then. You’ll need to get temporary access to a computer with Internet and a DVD burner. Download a Linux LiveCD - Damn Small Linux is the smallest, but also has issues mounting hard drives. The most simple for an average computer user would be Puppy Linux. It has a larger file size, but should recognize your drive.
Burn the Live CD ISO to a CD and insert it into your computer (the one with the crashed hard drive). Restart the computer and when it the computer logo appears, press F2 (or whatever key for your system) to enter BIOS. Change the boot sequence to CD first, Save and then Exit.
The Live CD will start, simply follow the directions on the screen–don’t worry, nothing is being done to your hard drive. The OS will start, and you should see your hard drive mounted on the desktop–something like “60GB”, etc. Plug in a second drive and copy and paste the folders over.
3. Data Recovery Software
Do the above solutions have your head spinning? If you want something a little less complicated, you may want to give recovery software a go. There are a number of different free recovery tools available, and you may be one of the lucky users who have success with the programs.
There are a large number of programs available, but the quality of each varies. A good place to start would be Data Disc Recovery–it’s free, easy to use, and works on crashed drives (it can also retrieve deleted files and others). If one doesn’t work, try a different one.
4. Freeze It
This method surprises many, but it actually does work (depending on what happened to the drive). The idea is that freezing it will constrict loose parts long enough for the drive to work properly. Make sure you have a computer ready to plug the drive into and an external case. Place the hard drive into a baggy, seal it tightly, and put it in the freezer overnight. The next day, remove it from the baggy and put it in the external drive case. Transfer the data from the drive before it warms too much and crashes again.
5. Get a Pro
If all else fails, you either have to accept that the data is gone or, if the data is really important, take the hard drive to a professional. It will be expensive, but there’s a good chance a pro will be able to retrieve some of the data for you.

UMPC collage charts netbook evolution

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Some people have too much time on their hands. This UMPC collage has been painstakingly constructed, charting every major UMPC, netbook, MID and whatever else you call them since the market began. It’s interesting, but is it art? There are a few strange ones in here (Is the Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 a UMPC? We didn’t think so.) Not to mention a few missing models, but this UMPC collage pretty much traces the evolution of the UMPC from conception, all the way up until the Sony VAIO P and the Eee PC 1008HA.

Source: Electric Pig

What’s surprising is just how far up the first Eee PC, the 701, appears. It’s easy to forget that the UMPC was around long before then, it’s just that Asus was the first to realise people would actually buy one if it was cheap. Enough talk though: take a trip down memory lane and see how many UMPC models you can name, and if you’re really riveted, you can see them blown up with links over at

Since 2004, the company behind the Hotelicopter has been working to modify a Soviet-made Mil V-12 into two world firsts: the “world’s biggest helicopter” and the “world’s first flying hotel.” As you might have guessed, the experience on board the Hotelicopter is far from your standard Motel 6. This gigantic flying Titanic machine features everything you would expect from a 5-star hotel—from private entertainment systems and room service to extras like spa treatments, yoga classes, gaming and a tea garden. If you were wondering just how big and powerful this flying hotel really is, check out the specs after the jump.

Source: Gizmodo
Web Link: Hotelicopter

* Dimensions Length: 42 m (137 ft)
* Height: 14m (45 ft)
* Maximum Takeoff Weight: 105850 kg (232,870 lb)
* Maximum speed: 255 km/h (137 kt) (158 miles/h)
* Cruising speed: 237 km/h (127 kt) (147 miles/h)
* Original Mi Range: 515 km (320 mi)
* Our augmented Mi Range - 1,030 km (640 mi)
The inaugural flight is set to take place on June 26th for an undisclosed price. Obviously, only the affluent need apply—but anyone that is interested can head on over to the Hotelicopter website to get more info about setting up a reservation.

Sal pocket video camera

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At last, a pocket video cam with good design. And a great advertising tagline: “Share a Love, Share a Life. Sexy and Lovely.” The spec sheet says it’s got 2 hours of life on a charge, 2GB of internal memory, and records MPEG4 at 640×480. But how do I buy? There’s no online store! Besides, it’s nearly $200, which is too much for any non-HD model, even if it does come in green.

Source: Boing Boing

The thing will be available in Japan in four different colors starting June. It just shakes. There is no memory or anything like that and yet they want $15 for it. International buyers who are desperate enough might be tempted to contact Japanese gadget specialist Rinkya to get one of these for themselves for next Valentine’s Day. Video of the device in action after the jump.

Source: Crunch Gear

If you want to display your own comments, with a different background or text color or in any other customized way, then here's a simple hack for doing that.
After doing the coding work, all the comments made by you on your blog will get highlighted.This is done to differentiate the comments of author and the readers and now you will be desperate to how to implement in your blog.

Login to your Dashboard > Layout > Edit Html.

Check the Expand Widget Templates Check Box.

Copy and paste the code as shown below, before the closing ]]></b:skin>

.author-comments {
background: #ffffff;
border: 2px solid #666666;
padding: 5px;

Change the line
background: #ffffff;
background: url(http://DIRECT_LINK_OF_THE_IMAGE.jpg) ;
If you want to show any background image in place of white color.

Next, search for the following lines of code.

<dl id='comments-block'>
<b:loop values='data:post.comments' var='comment'>
<dt class='comment-author' expr:id='"comment-" +'>
<a expr:name='"comment-" +'/>
<b:if cond='data:comment.authorUrl'>
<a expr:href='data:comment.authorUrl' rel='nofollow'><></a>

<b:if cond=' =='>
<dd class='comment-body-author'>

<dd class='comment-body'>
<b:if cond='data:comment.isDeleted'>
<span class='deleted-comment'><data:comment.body/></span>


<dd class='comment-footer'>
<span class='comment-timestamp'>
<a expr:href='"#comment-" + data:' title='comment permalink'>
<b:include data='comment' name='commentDeleteIcon'/>

You have to add Red codes in your html in the way i have shown above between the codes.
And then save your template. I hope you will be able to do it.

* You have to login into your blogger account before to give comments. Take a look at the Below Comments.

FREE Premium Magazine Style Blogger Template TURN OUT MAG

This was originally a wordpress theme designed by ChiQ Montes and I converted it to Blogger version.

The template comes with so many built in features including:
» Two main columns on the Homepage (Mag style)
» Banner ad / Adsense ready
» 468 x 60 px Banner ad on the header
» Three Columns
» Search Box
» SEO Optimized
» "Read More.." Feature
» Featured Video
...and many more...


Step by Step Installation Guide

Blogger Template : Sweet Cupcake

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Introducing new blogger template design, Sweet Cupcake blogger template. As its name, Sweet Cupcake, is suitable for cake, cookies, food, or any recipe blog.

See unique header image like a cake menu on your bakery store. Cute navigation bar with cupcake, ice cream, chocolate cookie icon. Seems so delicious.


The traditional way people train their brains or boost up their IQs is to either practice on thousands of questions that requires much thinking or simply playing with the Rubik cube, hoping to solve it in a limited time. But now as we moved towards as advanced world whereby the computer has already became a necessity in our lives, we would have to look for others ways that make use of technology to improve ourselves. Mind360 is a web-based solution that will help you sharpen or train your brain. It offers interactive brain games and even your own personal brain fitness program to track your progress.

In a bid to help users to sharpen their memory and stay focused longer, the folks at Mind360 say that playing their brain training games provide several benefits such as better logical reasoning, increased alertness & awareness, make quicker and wiser decisions, boost your productivity, and last but not least to build up your confidence. Designed and created by scientific experts, instead of just playing “boring” brain teasers, puzzles and games, you can now play in a new, interesting and exciting way! This will not only helps to boost your IQ, it also make use of a state-of-the-art smart technology and entertaining high-quality graphics to attract the youngsters.

Besides just playing stimulating games, Mind360 also provides users a personal brain fitness program that helps you to achieve your own goals with a personal trainer motivating you. The trainer will gives you instant feedback of areas which requires improvement and tracking your progress such as strengths and weaknesses are included too.

Currently, Mind360 is free to use and it’s suitable for baby boomers, seniors and of course students like me.

AdSense video units, a program that allowed AdSense publishers to embed YouTube videos along with Google Text ads, will be discontinued from April 2009.

Unlike referrals, the video units weren’t really popular among website owners so in case you haven’t seen an AdSense video unit before, here’s a screenshot beside for you.

AdSense video units were first introduced in October 2007 for English websites but according to a notification displayed inside the AdSense dashboard, the program will be retiring next month. Don’t think this would affect anyone. Hat tip Sampad.

Are you looking for ways to increase the signal strength of that wireless router in your home without having to invest in a Wifi extender?

Then head over to the kitchen and grab a piece of shiny Aluminum foil that is normally used by mom for cooking or for wrapping sandwiches so that they stay fresh a little longer.

Tear off some foil in the shape of a rectangle, give it a curve and then place the foil behind the antenna of your router. This will reflect the wireless signals into your preferred directions.

If the router is mounted on a wall, you can make holes in the Aluminium foil and insert it inside the antennas as shown in the above video.

As we all know it is now possible to watch live streaming cricket online. Orkut is India’s busiest social networking website & its now full of application so you can access any application to catalog yours orkut profiles to get latest information. And Orkut Applications are become more popular day by day. So I am posting here a great orkut application to watch the live simulation of the cricket matches online.

Cricket Live orkut application basically gives unique kind of simulation of all the action happening on a Cricket Ground.The simulation is backed up with a Pip Screen (to give a close-up look at the cricketing action in the centre) along with an integrated Audio and Text Commentary and some eye-catching mascot animations. While these serve as providing the end-user with the fastest updates of the game, the Chat module in the same player has the Users discussing the sport they love and anything else.

This application originally developed by crickfeeds. World's first social online cricket launch pad. At get access to thousand of Archive matches both International and domestic. Search , and match all your favorite matches into matchlist and dedicate them to your friends.

Links : Add this application to your Orkut Profile! | Authors site

How To Use Computer Without Mouse?

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Everyone today is dependent on mouse. Today’s children are not at all aware that there were computers which used to run on MS DOS which did not support mouse and all operations were carried with commands. Though I am not aware of tips for Linux or Mac OS, here is how you can do it on Windows based desktops.

There is a setting in Windows XP to enable such a feature to use computer without mouse. It is MouseKeys. This feature enables you to use your computer without making use of your mouse. This will be of some help if your mouse is currently not working and you don’t have enough time to get a new one, but this could not be a complete solution for you to work without a mouse. By enabling this feature, you will be able to control the mouse cursor using the Numeric Key Pad, the numbers from 1 to 9 excluding 5 are used to control the direction of the mouse pointer and the key 5 is used for mouse click. If you have NumLock turned off, this feature is automatically turned off (setting).

Coming to the settings, you have setting to control almost everything you control for your mouse hardware.You can see from the setting window below. You are able to control the speed and acceleration. You can also vary that instantly by pressing Ctrl / Shift. By setting this, you wont lose your normal number keypad usage, you can still make use of it to enter data just be pressing NumLock.

You can access it this way: Goto Control Panel > Accessibilty Options > Mouse > Use MouseKeys.

If you don’t have mouse to do all these, you can use the keyboard shortcut Left Shift + Left Alt + NumLock.

Now you know how to use a Windows PC without mouse, if you know any such tricks with Mac OS or Linux, please share in comments.

Almost 40 percent of the American adult population has embraced mobile technologies into their lives to keep up on social networking, sharing photos, and working while on-the-go. But not everyone in this group thinks being so connected is a good thing, and it’s not the most likely of demographics, either.

Source: Ars Technica

Young people have done a good job of integrating technology into their lives, but they are also the ones who are most concerned about being overconnected. This finding is part a new report from the Pew Internet & American Life Project, The Mobile Difference, which discusses how different groups of American adults treat the latest trend in connectivity.
While 61 percent of the adult population is perfectly fine accessing the Internet through a stationary PC, the remaining 39 percent is active in adopting mobile connectivity. Pew breaks the latter chunk into five groups: Digital Collaborators, Ambivalent Networkers, Media Movers, Roving Nodes, and Mobile Newbies. There’s little variation in the percentage breakdown of these groups—Roving Nodes makes up the largest at nine percent of the adult population—though their favorite ways of using technology while on-the-go vary.
For example, Digital Collaborators have the most tech assets (PDAs, cell phones, laptops, MP3 players, etc.) out of the five groups, and use those assets to both work and share their creations with others. Media Movers are more likely to create “information nuggets,” like digital photos, and pass them on right away. Roving Nodes get the most out of basic applications, like e-mail and texting, and “find them great for arranging the logistics of their lives.”
Ambivalent Networkers, however, are distinct in that Pew says they have folded mobile devices into every aspect of their social lives. Texting, social networking, entertainment—you name it and this group is doing it with mobile devices of some sort. They’re significantly less likely to watch traditional TV on a daily basis than the rest of the adult population (24 percent, versus 79 of all adults), though they do watch TV shows on on non-TV devices more than any other group. Additionally, 66 percent of this group performs at least one non-voice activity on their cell phones per day, the highest of all the groups, and 91 percent of this group relies on their cell phones for all of their calls.
Despite this heavy reliance on technology, Ambivalent Networkers—primarily 20-somethings, and 60 percent male—didn’t actually “like” this level of availability as much as everyone else. Only 31 percent strongly agreed that they liked being so accessible, compared to the sample’s average of 47 percent and near the bottom for all groups. More than half of Ambivalent Networkers agreed that taking a break is definitely a good idea, which was (surprisingly) ten percentage points above the average from other groups.
This group undoubtedly feels the effects of too much access more than other groups because of their tendency to use technology for every aspect of their lives. A 2007 study from Digital Life America revealed that BlackBerry owners felt chained to work, though they still felt that smartphones allowed them more freedom and flexibility. Ambivalent Networkers are likely the same types of people—they realize the power of technology to let them manage their lives, but they also know that being “always on” can lead to serious burnout if they don’t unplug every once in a while.

Nio is a Bluetooth enabled, motion sensing alarm tag. The device attaches to your belongings, and when combined with the included software, can trigger an alarm if it moves outside a predetermined radius (up to 20 meters). The Nio tag has an internal rechargeable battery capable of powering the device for several weeks. To use the tag, you simply install the Nio software on your mobile device, versions are available for most Blackberry and Windows Mobile devices as well as most phones that can run Java applications. Video after jump.

Source: Gadling
link: Nio

Once installed, your phone will be in constant contact with the tag, and an audible alert will sound on your phone and on the tag if it moves out of range.
The software is pretty smart - you can setup specific times of day you want to enable (or disable) the alarm, which is perfect if you only want protection during your commute. In addition to this, the software can keep track of multiple tags, and can activate a “find me” function on the tag - which is a heck of a lot more advanced than those old “whistle to find” key tags.
Nio should start shipping in April, no price has been released yet but I’ll be sure to bring you a full review of the product as soon as it become available.

Windows Touch coming to a PC soon

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The multi-touch controls familiar to Apple iPhone users will be built-in to Microsoft’s Windows 7. Windows Touch will be a “first class way to interact with your PC alongside mouse and keyboard,” said the firm. Microsoft believes multi-touch PCs will become popular in retail, public spaces, on laptops and “kitchen PCs”. Some Windows machines already feature rudimentary touch input and Apple is also reportedly adding touch for displays in its Snow Leopard OS update. A small number of multi-touch PCs are already on the market, including the HP TouchSmart and the Dell Latitude XT, and Microsoft hopes Windows 7 will create a new ecosystem of devices that take advantage of touch. Video after jump.

Source: BBC

The latest generation of Apple’s laptops also feature a glass trackpad that supports multi-touch gestures.
Microsoft has launched a Windows Touch Logo program, which will help consumers understand if a machine has been optimised for the new control system.
Windows Touch will features controls such as tap and double tap, drag, scroll, zoom, flick and rotate.
In a posting on the Windows 7 engineering blog, the team leading Touch developments said: “Quite a few folks have been a little sceptical of touch, often commenting about having fingerprints on their monitor or something along those lines.
Lessons learned
“We think touch will become broadly available as the hardware evolves.”
Windows Touch is incorporating many of the lessons learned from the development of Microsoft’s Surface table computer. Microsoft user interface evangelist Chris Bernard told BBC News: “Windows 7 will help take touch into the mainstream. “While Surface and machines running Windows 7 are different devices we have evolved a common vocabulary of touch.
“Gesture and touch are the two biggest changes to how we interact with our computers since the launch of the first Graphical User Interface, and the use of the keyboard and mouse.”
Microsoft says Windows Touch will be much more than just a “touch shell” for Windows.
“We made sure you are getting the full Windows 7 experience,” the blog post said.
While some applications will be optimised for touch, such as Internet Explorer and Windows Media Centre, programs which are “touch unaware” will also have some level of touch control.
“For example, if someone tries touch scrolling over a window that is touch unaware, we can detect the presence of various types of scrollbars and scroll them,” the engineers said.
To help optimise the different ways of touching and gesturing Microsoft said it analysed data from “thousands of samples from hundreds of people”.
Windows 7 is expected to be released at the start of 2010. A “release candidate” for users to try out will be available at the end of May.

Sun store the Internet in a Box

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Sun have been commissioned to fit the internet into a box: a shipping-container sized box, to be exact, packed full with 60 of the company’s Sun Fire X4500 Open Storage Systems. It’s all for The Internet Archive, who wanted a secure way to keep their three petabytes of backup data safe. The container-sized backup system is monitored for power, heating and cooling, fire, smoke, and water detection, together with physical access points, and Sun can dispatch technicians or security as the need arises. Of course, what this now means is that someone will probably steal the internet. One day we’ll turn on our computers and there’ll be no internet to play with, as some light-fingered fellow will have made off with Sun’s box. Enjoy it while it’s still here, people.

Source: SlashGear
Video: HERE

Web-based music application lets you create, listen to, learn about, and share playlists quickly and easily. It’s awesome. Full Disclosure: I’m completely biased, of course. has been a pet project of mine over the past year or so—but something that’s been brewing for the past several years.

Source: Life Hacker

The purpose of the site is simple: It’s meant to look, feel, and act just like desktop music player—but it lives in your browser. Creating a playlist works the same way as it does on your desktop. Search for a song you want to add, drag and drop it to a playlist (or to your disposable Quick Playlist drop box), and enjoy. I could spend more time describing how it works, but the video demonstrates it better than I could ever explain it.
The site integrates with several other music services to integrate artist bios (, lyrics (LyricWiki), and YouTube videos with the music you’re listening to, allowing you to learn about the music as you enjoy it. Once you create a playlist, you can embed it anywhere (à la YouTube), like the Graduation playlist below I made in honor of’s release into the wild.


At the Game Developers Conference, this week, Microsoft is unveiling new blue- tinted Xbox 360 development kits that will be available to game creators in the summer. More important than the new color is that it doubles the memory of the standard Xbox 360 to 1GB, making life easier for developers trying to tweak their software. See more shots of the system below. Unfortunately, none show that the green ring of light is blue on this dev kit. More pictures after the jump.

Source: MTV

Hyundai BLUE-WILL concept headed for Seoul

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Hyundai has just released info on its plug-in hybrid concept for the upcoming Seoul Motor Show. Called the BLUE-WILL, the concept features a direct-inject 1.6-liter gas engine mated to a CVT transmission and 100kw electric motor. The car features a state of the art lithium ion polymer batter pack that’s packaged with the fuel tank below the rear seats, as well as a trick panoramic roof that integrates solar cells while still being able to see through. More pictures and information after the jump.

Source: Autoblog

The BLUE-WILL also features eco-friendly plastics, with some components, like the headlamp bezels, made out of recycled plastic bottles and other plastics derived from plant extracts. We’re not sure where the plug goes, but Hyundai claims the parallel hybrid can be tethered to a wall socket for extra amps.
The concept’s five-door hatchback body style is striking with criss-crossing character lines on the body sides and a high rear deck lid. The thick C-pillars also turn into the center of the roof, leaving a window above each pair of doors. The BLUE-WILL’s face has an angry look with its forward canted fascia that bends around on each side to blue-tinted headlights sweeping back up the fender. Koreans will get their first look at the BLUE-WILL when the Seoul Motor Show opens on April 2nd, and Hyundai will begin selling its first hybrid, the Elantra LPI Hybrid, in July in South Korea.

Magazine Template R.1 Blogger Template

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ZIf you feel saturated with your blogger template, there is good news for you, because I have found a new template. It is called as Magazine Template R.1. This template almost similar to the Magazine Template 3 but there was little difference. For more details, you can see live demo by clicking the picture beside.

Please Note: Before Editing your Template, Save a copy of your current template by clicking 'Download Full Template' in 'Edit HTML' page of the Blogger 'Layout' Window and 'Preview' the changes before Saving

For those of you who are interested, please click the button below:



Adding Google News Widget To Blogger

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Google news widget in your blog,i am sure you will like this widget by google as you can display any news on any hot topic you want to be displayed on your blog for your readers or supporting the niche of the blog.Just the thing you have to do is select the topic for which you want the latest news or give some tags to them to show of your related news and then select the size and liitle bit cusomizations so as to make it fit in your blog.

If you want latest news to be get displayed in your blog as i would like to get displayed latest news on all blogger news related to widgets hacks,tips and tricks to be flashed as i used it below.

Just visit here and customize it according to your blog wants and get the codes.

Then login to blogger go to Layout > Page Element > Add Page Element > Html/Javascript And paste the codes there and save it.

Switch OFF !!! 28th March

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Switch OFF !!! 28th March

Visit: Earthhour

Interesting Quotes by Famous Tech Gurus

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Let’s find out what those famous tech gurus have said in the past! Quotes listed include Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Kevin Rose, Michael Dell, Mark Zuckerberg and many others.

Bill Gates (Founder of Microsoft)


1. Be nice to nerds. Chances are you’ll end up working for one.

2. Your most unhappy customers are your greatest source of learning.

3. When the PC was launched, people knew it was important.

4. We always overestimate the change that will occur in the next two years and underestimate the change that will occur in the next ten. Don’t let yourself be lulled into inaction.

5. Success is a lousy teacher. It seduces smart people into thinking they can’t lose.

6. People everywhere love Windows.

7. If you can’t make it good, at least make it look good.

8. DOS is ugly and it interferes with users’ experience.

9. 640K ought to be enough for anybody.

10. We are not even close to finishing the basic dream of what the PC can be.

11. Whether it’s Google or Apple or free software, we’ve got some fantastic competitors and it keeps us on our toes.


Steve Jobs (CEO of Apple)


12. Apple’s market share is bigger than BMW’s or Mercedes’ or Porsche’s in the automotive market. What’s wrong with being BMW or Mercedes?

13. Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.

14. Why join the navy if you can be a pirate?

15. Pretty much, Apple and Dell are the only ones in this industry making money. They make it by being Wal-Mart. We make it by innovation.

16. You can’t just ask customers what they want and then try to give that to them. By the time you get it built, they’ll want something new.

17. Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower.


Kevin Rose (Founder of Digg)


18. I don’t care what it is, when it has an LCD screen, it makes it better.

19. I would have much rather have the new employees pay an extra 4 percent for pensions than have all of us pay an extra 1.5 percent for health care. At least new workers know what they’re getting into when they get hired.

20. It gives us a chance to show off our community.

21. Why would you sell unless you feel you’ve played your hand?

22. It’s not that we don’t want to pay people, but we don’t want to discourage people who are not getting paid from submitting quality content.


Michael Dell (CEO of Dell)


23. Our business is about technology, yes. But it’s also about operations and customer relationships.

24. Twenty years and $40 billion. They seem like good round numbers.

25. It’s through curiosity and looking at opportunities in new ways that we’ve always mapped our path at Dell. There’s always an opportunity to make a difference.

26. The interesting thing is when we design and architect a server, we don’t design it for Windows or Linux, we design it for both. We don’t really care, as long as we’re selling the one the customer wants.

27. People consume information better with their eyes.

28. What we are trying to do is appeal to customers with technological experience.

29. You know in today’s business world if you get behind in your e-mail you fall out of touch very quickly.

30. The Internet is probably the most significant thing that has come along.

31. It’s customers that made Dell great in the first place, and if we’re smart enough to listen to customer needs, we’ll succeed.


Mark Zuckerberg (the youngest self-made billionaire who founded Facebook)


32. Banks and lenders just need to be more responsible about whom they give credit cards to.

33. There’s lots of stuff none of us have ever seen before. That’s good in some ways, but limiting in other ways.

34. People are learning how to use the site and what’s OK to share. As time goes on, people will learn what’s appropriate, what’s safe for them - and learn to share accordingly.

35. I don’t have an alarm clock. If someone needs to wake me up, then I have my Blackberry next to me.


Michael Arrington (Tech Blogger @


36. My first impression: It’s fast, slick and stable.

37. Jack recognizes that his strength is his one-on-one relationship with people. Most politicians don’t have the patience, nor the discipline, to maintain that over a long time.

38. I think it’s clearly Yahoo. Microsoft and Yahoo like each other and have worked together in the past.


Bram Cohen (CEO of BitTorrent Inc.)


39. Despite my emphasis on technology, i do not view laws as inherently evil. My goals are political ones, even if my techniques are not. The only way to fundamentally succeed is by changing existing laws. If I rejected all help from the political arena I would inevitably fail.

40. With BitTorrent, the cat’s out of the bag.

41. The mark of a mature programmer is willingness to throw out code you spent time on when you realize it’s pointless.

42. It’s always hard to predict what’s coming up next. My main guess is that content creators will increasingly start using BitTorrent to distribute their own work directly.

43. When I put my mind to it, I can be a megalomaniac.

44. You get so tired of having your work die. I just wanted to make something that people would actually use.

45. My father taught me Basic and rudimentary C, I learned everything else on my own, including studying computational complexity on my own. That’s more a function of my age than anything else though - back when I was in school there were hardly any programming.

46. Give and ye shall receive.

47. I hated school, and dropped out of college. I got picked on a lot in school, and had a lot of trouble making friends.

48. BitTorrent will become the ideal platform for both independent publishers and the world’s leading media companies.

49. Technology is not a panacea. I refuse to work on technology to track users, analyze usage patterns, watermark information, censor, detect drug use, or eavesdrop. I am not naive enough to think any of those technologies could enable a ‘compromise’.


Larry Page (Founder of Search Engine Giant - Google)


50. Basically, our goal is to organize the world’s information and to make it universally accessible and useful.

51. If you can run a company a bit more collaboratively, you can get a better result, because you have more bandwidth and checking and balancing going on.

52. The ultimate search engine…will understand exactly what you mean and give back exactly what you want.

53. It’s quite complicated and sounds circular, but we’ve worked out a way of calculate a Web site’s importance.

54. You don’t need a 100-person company to develop the idea.

55. The ultimate search engine would basically understand everything in the world, and it would always give you the right thing. And we’re a long, long ways from that.

56. We don’t have as many managers as we should, but we would rather have too few than too many.

57. The Star Trek computer doesn’t seem that interesting. They ask it random questions, it thinks for a while. I think we can do better than that.

58. We are excited in Internet access in general. With better access to the Internet, people do more searches.

59. We have a mantra: don’t be evil which is to do the best things we know how for our users, for our customers, for everyone. So I think if we were known for that, it would be a wonderful thing.

60. We really care about our brand. We really want it to stand for high quality. We want people to be excited about it, for it to be fun.

61. I remember turning in my first assignment in elementary school using the computer and the teachers were kind of confused that I had printed it.


Sergey Brin (Founder of Search Engine Giant - Google)


As we go forward, I hope we’re going to continue to use technology to make really big differences in how people live and work.

63. It’s clear there’s a lot of room for improvement, there’s no inherent ceiling we’re hitting up on.

64. To me, this is preserving history and making it available to everyone.

65. Google actually relies on our users to help with our marketing. We have a very high percentage of our users who often tell others about our search engine.

66. These two chefs will play an important role in managing the company’s growing appetites.

67. We just want to have great people working for us.

68. Obviously everyone wants to be successful, but i want to be looked back on as being very innovative, very trusted and ethical and ultimately making a big difference in the world.

69. Too few people in computer science are aware of some of the informational challenges in biology and their implications for the world. We can store an incredible amount of data very cheaply.

70. Some say Google is God, others say Google is Satan. But if they think Google is too powerful, remember that with search engines unlike other companies, all it takes is a single click to go to another search engine.

71. We believe we could build a better search. We had a simple idea, that not all pages are created equal. Some are more important.


Jerry Yang (Co-Founder of Yahoo!)


Certainly Yahoo wouldn’t exist without the sort of environment that Stanford gave us to allow us to create it.

73. On the outside, Yahoo is a fun and irreverent place, but on the inside, we are extremely competitive.

74. We look at our users’ interests, without our users, we don’t have business.

75. I don’t like the outcome of what happens with these things. But we have to follow the law.

76. I think that it’s always possible to have a great company if you have great ideas. I will say that since the Web has become more commercialized, it also takes some good financial resources to build a great business, but as I always say, you have to have the idea first.

77. In June 1994, while it is still our hobby, we renamed it “yahoo” to stand for “yet another hierarchical officious oracle”.

78. We are all here in China that represents quite a lot of opportunities, not only on the business side, but also on the social side.

79. If you look what we’ve done in Japan…, we’ve built a great asset there.

80. China is a key market for any Internet company. We think (the deal) will allow us to grow from a strong position to a dominant one.

81. It helps a ton when you learn people’s names and don’t butcher them when trying to pronounce them.

82. We are driving innovation to be leaders in areas such as advertising, music, broadband, and search. Consumers vote with their mouse every day and we never take their choices for granted.


Jimmy Wales (Founder of Wikipedia)


83. Wikipedia is a non-profit. It is either the dumbest thing I ever did or the smartest thing I ever did. Communities can build amazing things, but you have to be part of that community and you can’t abuse them. You have to be very respectful of what their needs are.

84. I have always liked the idea of going to print because a big part of what are about it to disseminate knowledge throughout the world and not just to people who have broadband.

85. Everybody tells jokes, but we still need comedians.

86. The bigger it gets and more people stumble across it, the more people are interested in volunteering.

87. My original concept was to provide a free encyclopedia for every single person in the world.

88. We are talking to several agents and publishers about what they would be interested in.

89. Love. It isn’t very popular in technical circles to say a lot of mushy stuff about love, but frankly it’s a very very important part of what holds our project together.

90. The purposed is really contained in the word “freely licensed” which is to make available to anyone in the world, in any language, a curriculum that they can copy, redistribute and modify, for whatever purpose they may have, for free.

91. Our growth rate continues to be staggering.

92. I’m learning Germain,…You couldn’t learn German just from a textbook…So I’m learning from audio CDs and games.


Jeff Bezoes (Amazon Founder)


93. A brand for a company is like a reputation for a person. You can earn reputation by trying to do hard things well.

94. We were hoping to build a small, profitable company. And of course what we’ve done is build a large, unprofitable company.

95. What we want to be is something completely new. There is no physical analog for what is becoming.

96. If you do build a great experience, customers tell each other about that. Word of mouth is very powerful.

97. There are two kinds of companies, those that work to try to charge more and those that work to charge less. We will be the second.

98. We believe there’s a tremendous opportunity ahead across the $5 trillion retail market globally.

99. We see our customers as invited guests to a party, and we are the hosts. It’s our job every day to make every important aspect of the customer experience a little bit better.

100. thrives to be the e-commence destination where consumers can find and discover anything they want to buy online.

101. We expect all our businesses to have a positive impact on our top and bottom lines. Profitability is very important to us or we wouldn’t be in this business.

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