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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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Lighter Phone SB6309

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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.

I know, smoking is a nasty habit, but smokers catch enough grief as it is. It only seems fair that they get the occasional high tech item to make their lives easier. The phone comes in a few different colors, like red, brown, black and a silver/gold combination. The phone has a dual SIM card, a 1.3MP camera, an FM Radio, Bluetooth and can play MP3/MP4. You can check it out on Seabright.

Function introduction:
l Gold cigarette lighter
l Mp3 and Mp4
l Bluetooth transmissin
l Fm radio
l Dual sim dual standby
l Support 900/1800/850/1900 GSM
I Dual SIM card
l 1.3mega pixel camera
l Support multiple language

Tiny ElectraShields – Protect your laptop from surges

Tiny ElectraShields are small modules that plug in between a laptop’s power brick and power cord. It will protect your laptop computer and other sensitive electronics that use C6 and C8 power cords from the damaging effects of power surges and spikes. An indicator light lets you know it’s protecting your computer. Following a destructive surge that would have likely damaged your valuable electronics, the indicator light will go out indicating that a surge has occurred and to replace the ElectraShield. There are 2 and 3 prong versions.

Freecom launches keycard-lockable hard drive secure

Freecom's latest release, the poorly named Hard Drive Secure comes with AES-encrypted RFID keycards that require some swiping to be done before one is able to access the treasure trove of data within. Once you're done doing all you need to do with the hard drive, swipe the card one more time in order to lock the device away from prying and curious eyes. Chances are Freecom's latest device won't be left cruelly exposed to the Mifare hack that exposed vulnerabilities in previous RFID systems. There is no word on a release date, although we know that this aluminum-enclosed hard drive will come in 500GB and 2TB flavors, retailing for $119 and $409, respectively.

The Shweeb Pedal-Powered Monorail: Fast and Carbon-Free

Finally: The Infrastructurist shows us the perfect mashup of a podcar with Velo-City: The Shweeb, a pedal-powered monorail that is "a direct response to the transportation needs of today and the future."
And, it exists right now, in an amusement park in New Zealand.

In the current version, you can race them; because they are enclosed they say that it uses half the energy of a racing bike and about a third of a mountain bike. It looks like a great deal of fun;

But the technology could offer a lot more. They inventors write:

The world’s populations are increasingly migrating to huge cities, and the densities within our cities are steadily climbing as residential towers become the dominant mode of residence. Traffic is slowing to walking pace, there is little parking and there is significant and ever-increasing pollution of the air we breathe. Of note, the average speed of a motor vehicle in central London in 1908 was 8 mph. In 2008 it was still 8 mph.
Any attempt to resuscitate the automobile by devising a new fuel or engine is doomed. Our cities simply can’t cope with rising numbers of cars or parking spaces. In our opinion a fresh approach is required.

Geoffrey Barnett and his team propose hanging fully enclosed recumbent bikes from monorail networks that could get you safely and quickly from one point in the city to another. Gang them together and they face less air resistance and it is even easier. To top it all off, "you can’t derail or fall out while on the cellphone or blackberry!"

They conclude:

The result is the most efficient vehicle on earth, the most inexpensive infrastructure of any proposed urban transit and one of the highest capacity systems available – potentially delivering thousand's of people per hour in a very small airspace. All this with zero carbon emissions and no parking worries or cost!
And great exercise, too. What's not to love. More at Shweeb, found at the Infrastructurist

Get New IMEI Number For Chinese Mobile

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Get New IMEI Number For Chinese Mobile

IF you currently own a Chinese mobile phone then it’s time to throw it away unless you don’t get a new IMEI number from the government by paying a minimal cost of Rs.199, this also includes tax. If you don’t do that, according to the new rules laid down by the Indian government your phone will stop working with all the service provides.
This new program is called GII which stands for Genuine IMEI implementation program. However if you are already thinking of getting rid of your chineese phone then you may skip this program because either way you are not going to use the phone. To get to know more about the authorized centers you can call in your customer care.

IMEI number is unique for each and every phone and it’s necessary to identify the make and the model of the phone. Just like you have a different mac address and different driving license number, the same way every phone has a unique IMEI number. To check the IMEI number you can press *#06#. If you want to verify the integrity of the phone, you can verify the IMEI number by sending a message “IMEI <15 digit IMEI No.> to 53232.
The government and the IMEI number issuing authorities have assigned many shops that are licensed to provide you a new IMEI number. Check with the customer care to know more about these shops.

Showing Older Posts-Newer Posts Links At Top Of Posts

How To Show Older Posts and Newer Posts Links Above Post Titles,as we all use these navigational links at the end of the page,but in very few blogs i see them using these navigational links older posts and newer posts link at top of the the post title.I am not sure you would like to have it at top or not but few might love to have it at top as navigation becomes more easy task,and someone using photoblog might love this for sure.

Now let's carry on with our tutorial on how to make navigational links to show at top instead of bottom.
Just Go To EDIT HTML page of your blog > Check mark Expand Widgets option > Now search below tag in your template.

<b:includable id='main' var='top'>

Now paste the following code below it.

<b:include name='nextprev'/>

Now you will have navigation links at top of all posts instead of having it at the bottom of all posts like picture shown above.
I hope you will love this trick for sure.

ASUS P6X58 Premium Motherboard First With USB 3

Asus has come up with a significant first, the P6X58 Premium motherboard will be the first on the market to pack USB 3.0 ports, a pair of them in fact.

With six DDR3 slots and three PCI-E slots the Core i7 board is clearly targeting the well monied elite gamer niche (read middle-aged nerds who still live with their parents).

Avatar Digital Binocular Sports Camera – the stakeout machine

World too far away? Want to see stuff but can’t move closer? If you’ve answered Yes to either of these questions then you need the Avatar Digital Binocular Sports Camera. It’s got a 2 megapixel camera with a 21× optical zoom and 2.5″ display. There’s 1 Gb of internal storage, a microSD slot, TV out, a voice memo for dictating your shopping lists and you can record stills or video.

Avatar Digital Binocular Sports Camera – the stakeout machine
When the bird watching get slow, there’s a built-in media player so you can review your footage, or crank some tunes. There’s also an e-book viewer (but .txt files only), calendar, games, a mini tripod and earbuds. Now where have I seen that UI before? AU$158.

The Avatar digital camera lets you can take snap shots from one building looking out on to another building, balcony or apartment, and works best in full daylight conditions. The Avatar comes with a mini tripod and can also be fixed on a regular tripod for extra versatility. With digital 40x and manual 21x zoom function, observing your object of desire has never been more fun.

Samsung unveils world’s thinnest watchphone – S9110

LG’s GD910 has got some competition. Samsung has introduced its watchphone dubbed as S9110 and is the world’s thinnest measuring a thickness of just 11.98mm.
LG’s GD910 has got some competition. Samsung has introduced its watchphone dubbed as S9110 and is the world’s thinnest measuring a thickness of just 11.98mm.

S9110 will be released in France for about 450 Euros ($639).

The watchphone supports 900/1800MHz, 40MB internal memory and 630mAh battery.

Solar Powered Pool Skimmer Cleans Your Pool

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Solar Powered Pool Skimmer Cleans Your Pool

For many a pool owner, removing the assorted leaves, bugs and other foliage that finds its way into the water can be a drain on their time in the backyard. Enter the smart Solar Powered Pool Skimmer, which not only takes the elbow grease out of keeping the pool sparkling, but as the name suggests, adds the bonus of being powered by the sun.
Two solar panels sit on top of the skimmer collecting energy which is then stored in rechargeable NiMH batteries.

The device is driven by dual paddle wheels that collect debris and send it to the stainless steel filter as the skimmer makes its way around the pool. Four wheels on the side panels enable the unit to make turns and navigate around the often dirty pool perimeter.

The skimmer’s power levels are monitored by an internal microprocessor, and when they start to wane, the microprocessor prompts the unit to move around the pool in search of a “sunny spot” to recharge. Once this is located, the on board computer slows the rear paddle wheel. This allows the solar panels to collect the maximum amount of energy, after which time the cleaning process is returned to normal pace.

If the robotic skimmer becomes jammed or clogged with a particularly cumbersome piece of flotsam the paddlewheel’s rotational direction is reversed automatically, causing the offending item to be dislodged. In overcast weather or when evening arrives, the skimmer conserves energy by automatically reducing its speed and continuing to clean around the clock. A full charge is worth about eight hours of operating time.

The compact skimmer reduces power usage from traditional pool pumps, and can also house two slow release chlorine tablets that dissolve as the unit makes its way around the pool.

The Solar Powered Pool Skimmer is priced at approximately US$500.

There is a new cool kid on the block for creating custom avatars: FaceYourManga. While Yahoo and other services have had their avatar creators for some time, they have been largely boring and lacked variety. FaceYourManga tries to change this by providing a host of customization features that may very well make your avatar unique (or something close to that).

FaceYourManga creates avatars through a multiple-step avatar building process, configuring every imaginable part of your face. After creating your avatar, you need to enter an email address to which the avatar will be mailed.

Three things FaceYourManga should change:

Improve page load times: It felt a bit slow at times. Every time you click on a customization, it takes time to redraw the avatar, which I think is unintuitive.

Entering email ID: While there is no registration required, entering an email ID certainly makes one suspicious of their intent. I used an old, unused email ID for this purpose (to prevent any spam from affecting my regular usage).

Excess usage of flash: The header and navigation links are powered by flash. Images could have been used instead.


Create Gif Animations online -

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If you are looking to create GIF Animations online easily and for free, check out Loogix.
It's a nifty web service that lets you create GIF Animations online without downloading anything.

It provides you with a very simple interface. Upload your photo, select size and speed of the animation and click 'generate animation'. Notice, You can upload up to 10 pictures at one time. You may also add some great animation effects to your pictures which include Blur, Guggle, Motley, Explosion, Recursion, Black-White etc.

Create GIF Animations online (For Free) with Loogix.


Community Blogger Template

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This template is designed with multi featured menu
Automatic thumbnail and readmore
Bookmarks post icon
RSS Subscribe
Twitter update
Banner advertisement
Adsense ready
Three column
Three column at lower section
Navigation menu

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Black & White Clock

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Take a look at this - ain't it cool, with the Black & White Clock? It comprises of a quartet of independent 3D OLED digits, where each digit will boast its own power source and control. The clock comes equipped with a light sensor as well, capable of switching automatically between two modes. During the day, the figures will be shown in black, while when dusk falls and night takes over, you tell the time via white figures. Neat!


Air horns are able to make an amazingly loud sound from such a small little canister thanks to the magic of air pressure. There’s probably nothing more annoying than an air horn blasting in your vicinity but clearly these devices do have their legitimate uses beyond just dicking around. If you’re a boater, you know how indispensable an air horn can be to alert other boats of your presence and to signal for help. Sports fans love to use these to get their team’s fans pumped up and cheering.

Most air horns are not eco-friendly; they have an aerosol can that you use until it runs out and then throw it away. The Ecoblaster Rechargeable Air Horn is eco-friendly- it’s the last air horn you will ever have to buy because it’s refillable. Just hook it up to the included pump or any bicycle pump, car tire pump, or compressor and fill it up with more air and you can use it over and over again. Each recharge gives you 70 horn blasts. The volume is adjustable up to 115 dB this air horn meets Coast Guard regulations.

The Ecoblaster Rechargeable Air Horn is available for $29.98


Exovault iPhone Case

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A master at combining aesthetics and mechanics, artist Jonathan Schipper recently joined forces with fellow artist Amelia Biewald to create a stunning metal iPhone case that they've dubbed Exovault.
Made from solid aluminum, brass or titanium, the handcrafted cases lend a steampunk look to the device—a big step up from the plastic varieties that house most iPhones today. Over time, the lustrous surface will develop a uniquely exquisite patina, making the durable casing that much more appealing.

Accustomed to working with a variety of materials, the duo has collaborated on projects before, resulting in compelling installations such as "Firebird," a raven-filled tree comprised of parts from a 1969 Pontiac Firebird.

Designed in Brooklyn, New York, you can purchase the cases from the Exovault website. The aluminum and brass versions run $95, while the titanium version will set you back $300. To inquire about custom versions email exovault [at] gmail [dot] com.


IronKey on Monday announced the upcoming release of its S200 USB drive, which is being touted by the company as the most secure device of its kind. The S200 is the only USB key to meet FIPS 140-2, Level 3 validation for cryptographic modules mandated by government agencies. Otherwise, the S200 sports the same tamper-resistant body, self-destruction circuitry and hardware-based AES-256 encryption as other IronKey drives. The 16GB key can be set to restrict networks, making its content inaccessible on uncontrolled computers.

There is a read-only mode that prevents malware on infected host devices to make its way into the IronKey. Optional anti-virus and anti-malware scanning will check devices in the background for malicious software. The S200 also has enterprise-class management capabilities that include remote policy enforcement, remote data destruct, secure device recovery and self-service password recovery.

The S200 is compatible with Windows XP, 2000 and Vista as well as Mac OS X and Linux operating systems. No pricing information or release dates have been released for the IronKey S200.


Golfers Mug

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Feeling like a game of golf? But not keen on the 'chasing a ball around a field in the drizzle' bit? Well we've saved you the trouble of having to find a field, and a hole, and a set of clubs, and a sweater, and an afternoon off work, with THIS! The most leisurely of all mugs! Once you've finished your tea you can tee off in the office, the living room, or anywhere the mood takes you. The mug features a flat side so it forms the perfect practice hole on your floor, just don't forget to take the ball out before your next coffee break!
Club and ball not included.


Sky Armor: Bandai’s cool heli-robot toy

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This is a pretty cool RC toy from Japan. Bandai has announced the Sky Armor, a remote-controlled robot that can fly around using not one but two propellers. The robot stands 17cm tall and weighs 21g. One battery charge (30 minutes) is enough to play with it for 4 minutes.
The Sky Armor will hit Japanese stores in the next days (price: $45). Contact specialized stores Japan Trend Shop, Geek Stuff 4 U or Rinkya to get one shipped outside Japan since it’s unlikely the robot will ever be sold outside this country.


MIX STIX™ keepin’ rythym in the kitchen

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Every kitchen has its own rhythm and hum, and now you can play along. Mix Stix are classic indispensable beechwood spoons, morphed into drumsticks. So you can rock out when you’re not stirring, paradiddle on the stockpot, give that mixing bowl a rimshot. Get with the beat! We’ve packed one solid spoon and one unique slotted spoon on a durable chipboard peggable backing card.


Modern spy-tech is definitely more deadly and efficient, but the information about it is pretty scarce (for obvious reasons). On this page we'll see some examples of the modern weaponry, and the weirdest of vintage mini-guns. Many images were graciously provided by Alan Trigger, from "Little Gun" collection in Belgium.

Officially the Smallest Pistol in the World, Manufactured Today
Made in Switzerland (of course!), by SwissMiniGun company. On their site you can see illustrations of this revolver in real size: no bigger than 5.5 cm (2.16 inches). Even though you can put this gun on your key-chain, it could be a deadly weapon. It fires 2.34mm bullets, with the range of 112 meters.

SwissMiniGun can also be more expensive than a luxury Swiss watch. In fact, one of the offered models is made in hand-engraved 18k gold, encrusted with the choicest diamonds (price starts at $50,000) -

Note to collectors: SwissMiniGun can not be imported into the USA due to present regulations, however, it's readily available in Canada.


How To Search Google & Bing Simultaneously

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Bing is becoming the new Google. Who would have guessed that the yet-another-search-engine-attempt-from-microsoft-to-beat-google would really turn successful?
Well, it surely seems that Microsoft has finally worked its magic this time as Bing has become the 13th most visited site on the web. According to Compete, Bing’s traffic has overtaken that of other prominent sites like Digg, Twitter and CNN.

Now, for those people who would like to switch to Bing, but finds Google to be unavoidable, we present you two new web services that allows you to search both Google and Bing together in a shot. is a new Web 2.0 search engine that combines the results from Google and Bing and displays them side by side. Note that entire Bing page or Google page is not displayed, but just the results are displayed here.


3 Column Wooden Fence Blogger Template

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Wooden Fence Template is a shows you an artistic design with nice-looking wooden fence as its background.This template was originally designed by Templatelite and 3 Column Wooden Fence Blogger Template converted to blogger by Falconhive

Demo site here : Download from here

NTT DoCoMo announced today the development of a highly compact indoor base transceiver station, or femtocell BTS, that supports extra-fast data communication and highly practical services under DoCoM's Home Area concept of linking mobile phones to the DoCoM network via broadband connection in the home. The new DoCoMo femtocell BTS supports plug & play convenience for smooth, automatic configuration after connection to the DoCoMo network via a broadband fixed line, such as optical fiber.The significantly improved data-communication capability of the new femtocell BTS will enable faster, easier downloads of large content, such as video, high-resolution pictures and high-quality music files, as well as highly stable streaming for the uninterrupted enjoyment of audio-visual content on DoCoMo mobile phones.

The new model also will enable new services, such as mail notification to a parent when a child arrives home and their DoCoMo phone is detected to have entered the Home Area of the femtocell BTS. Another possible service is special limited-time electronic coupons sent from a store to nearby customers who choose to be detected when their DoCoMo mobile phones are in their Home Area.DoCoMo will begin offering installation of its new femtocell BTS device this fall in Japan.


Buzzing Mosquito Alarm Clock

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Waking up in the morning is annoying and mosquitoes are annoying. It seems perfectly logical, then, to put both together into one simple product. Rather than waking up to gentle music that may just make you want to go right back to sleep, the buzzing of this mosquito alarm clock will make you want to get right out of bed just to stop the annoying critter. Once you are awake enough to realize that it is just your alarm clock, again, you are awake enough to start your day. Also available in a mooing cow and always popular crowing rooster version.

Product Page ($25.95)


Wristwatch Tattoo Lets Your Arm Tell Time

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On the right hand, just a turn on the right, time show under the skin. Electronic tattoo, radio control and synchronize from an outside control. No batteries needed, it's just working with body movements.


Cyclist's Golf Caddy

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If you're going to play golf on a huge piece of property that soaks up water, fertilizer and electricity &mdash without growing food or anything tangible &mdash you might as well do something to make yourself feel better about it.
$199 via Clean Air Gardening


Strange bedfellows can make for great style. They can also just make things…strange. We'll leave it to you to decide which camp this merger of flash drive and sunglasses falls into. Arriving from ck Calvin Klein this fall, the glasses feature a detachable arm that reveals a 4GB USB port, ready to store music, photos, or data. One thing's for sure: Italo Zucchelli isn't the only guy at Team Calvin with a taste for supermodern shades.
$199, available in October,


Amazon drops price of Kindle 2 to $299

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If you logged onto Amazon Wednesday, you may or may not have noticed that the Kindle 2 had a price drop: it's now selling for $299 instead of $359. Alas, because Amazon ads for the Kindle 2 (and Kindle DX) are always plastered across its homepage--and are easy to ignore--I actually missed the new pricing until a reader pointed it out to me.

However, I did have a feeling Amazon needed to do something to spur demand, because I just haven't been seeing too many Kindle 2s on the New York City subway (the number seemed to be holding steady and not increasing). I know that's not a very scientific way of charting sales, but we started to get the feeling around here that after the initial wave of publicity and a somewhat lackluster response to the larger and more expensive Kindle DX, interest in the Kindle was waning a bit. (Since Amazon doesn't release sales figures for the Kindle, we have no way of knowing how well it's really doing).

Chopping the price to a more palatable $300 will certainly attract some fence-sitters who've been contemplating a purchase, but it's also bound to upset a few folks who bought the device fairly recently. The good news is that if you bought a Kindle 2 in the last month you should get $60 back. According to an Amazon PR rep, "If the product was shipped within 30 days of purchase, customers are eligible to receive the price difference as a credit."

Anybody ready to buy at $299 or is the Kindle 2 still overpriced?


It’s a saga we’re all familiar with by now: create a pretty awesome web service, start a trend, become a media sweetheart, make lots of money (VC or acquisition), get slapped with a lawsuit. Or two. Or fifty billion. Facebook added two more lawsuits to its heap recently: a countersuit from and a click fraud proceeding.

Facebook filed suit against in December. Facebook claimed the one-stop social-media aggregator was infringing upon their copyright, violating their TOS and scraping proprietary data. At the time, we weren’t sure whether “proprietary data” included user information. finally decided not to take this sitting down. TechCrunch reports that has now filed a countersuit, claiming Facebook is “unlawfully withholding the data that users own (as stated in Facebook’s own ToS), and is stifling competition by refusing to allow third party services like to access the data, among other things.”

Facebook also faces legal action from RootZoo, an erstwhile advertiser. After analytics from their Nov 2007-June 2008 campaign varied greatly from Facebook’s reported data, RootZoo requested Facebook’s logs and a refund. Facebook said no to both.

RootZoo’s complaint uses 2 June 2008 as an example of the discrepancies between the two. While Facebook reported 804 clicks on their ads, RootZoo’s analytics programs show 300 clicks from the social networking giant.

While there have been rumblings about Facebook click fraud for some time, this is the first suit in the matter.

What do you think? Does Facebook have anything to worry about from these legal claims against it? Is there anyway to avoid getting slapped with lawsuits once people see you’re making some money?


Social networking site is being sued by the State of New York for “deceptive e-mail marketing practices and invasion of privacy.”
According to New York’s Attorney General Andrew Cuomo, Tagged illegally tries to lure new members by tricking visitors into providing their personal address books, which the company then uses to send out more invitations. For those who have never received an email from, when they appear in your inbox they appear as though a friend has sent them a link to photos posted on the site.

“This company stole the address books and identities of millions of people,” Mr. Cuomo told the New York Times. “Consumers had their privacy invaded and were forced into the embarrassing position of having to apologize to all their e-mail contacts for Tagged’s unethical — and illegal — behavior. This very virulent form of spam is the online equivalent of breaking into a home, stealing address books and sending phony mail to all of an individual’s personal contacts. We would never accept this behavior in the real world, and we cannot accept it online.”’s chief executive Greg Tseng said in a statement on the company’s blog that other social networking sites use similar methods and implied that the option to send the emails was precisely that, an option, however they have discovered that the “invite your friends” language was confusing so ceased sending out the emails some time ago. has taken $13.5 million in three rounds from 2005 to 2008. Investors include Reid Hoffman, the Mayfield Fund, Horizon Technology Finance Management and Leader Ventures. They company claims it’s the third largest social networking site after Facebook and MySpace based on membership numbers.


World Flag Database :

Posted by Wonderful-Tricks is a database of the flags of all the countries across the globe. The site shows you flags that are there and used presently. You can search the countries for their flags or search a flag based upon certain design criteria or its type or its color. You will even get to know about the latest stuff related with flags. You can even use the online flag shop to buy flags and other such allied products.

For more Visit provides free simple password management for everyday life. This online password manager saves time and protects you from thefts. You can save your logins and passwords, generate passwords, add new entries or import. Finding your saved stuff is also very easy since it provides easy alphabetical order list, quick search, organizing with the help of unlimited tags and auto login to saved sites. There are even tools like bulk entry import from CSV, personal backup and restore and quick 'remember me' login.

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Synonym is the web's best resource for English synonyms, antonyms, and definitions. Type in a word and the synonym finder will come up with a list of synonyms. Check out the most popular online synonym searches to find the right word for any occasion.You can Use the antonym tool to find find antonyms and check out the definitions feature to read the definition.

For More Visit... is a full fledged forum involving solutions to all your computer related problems. This web site has helped solve more than 136,000 problems till date involving spywares, malwares, viruses, windows, linux, networking, security, hardware and gaming. All you need to do is get registered free of cost, ask your questions and get an answer. Registerd members not only get support but they can also communicate privately with other registered members. So join today to get a precise and expert solution to your computer related problems.


IT Question Bank

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ITQuestionBank is a huge database of FAQs(Frequently Asked Questions) in IT field. You can get any information regarding languages like C C++, Java or any other programing. Here they have hosted a forum to discuss your problem. So it is the best site for your programing needs.

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SupaLogo - Simple And Quick Logo Maker Tool

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SupaLogo is a simple and quick logo maker tool that enables you to create nice logos in just few clicks. You can easily customize logos in terms of color, outline, size, font and gradient.


Box of Applause is applause in a box

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Buy this “Box of Applause” and put it on your desk at work. Finish those spreadsheets early? Box of Applause. Get your co-worker fired? Box of Applause. Sneak out at noon on Friday? Box of Applause. It’s like a music box, but when you open it, you get a round of applause.

According to the product description:
Open this box and be greeted with the sounds of cheering and clapping from a very enthusiastic crowd. Close your eyes and imagine yourself accepting that Oscar, Grammy, or Nobel Peace Prize. Desktop day brightener is pine with steel hinges. Takes 2 AAA batteries (included).

Oscar, Grammy, or Nobel Peace Prize? Get over yourself. It’s the little victories in life that make all the difference. Two candy bars fall out of the candy machine? Box of Applause.

Yours for $25 at SkyMall.


The world's first USB powered light bulb

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A Japanese company (JTT) has developed the world's first USB powered light lamp. In this age of LED's, CFL lamps, etc it would be rather refreshing to see the good old electric bulb resting besides your workstation. It has a shade which gives it a retro lamp shade look. A Japan only product the USB light bulb sells for 1280 Yen ($15).


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