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[1]18 Handy Snapshots to Keep in Your Phone Photo Library By:raj

The number of times we’ve parked at a flea market or festival and gotten completely lost looking for our cars at the end of the day are countless. And how often have you forgot your ID when heading out to the bar? Sure you can email yourself all sorts of info (and then spend 10 minutes searching your inbox on your phone), you can write things down and type notes, but some pieces of crucial information are just better recorded as photos like driving license, passport, insurance card etc.
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[2]Which Airlines serves Free Alcohol By:raj

As you may have realized that now a days many airlines  either don't server the alcohol or they charge you to server the alcohol. But there are still couple of airlines are there which serves free alcohol. 


Please check it out list which gives free alcohol.

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[3]The Future Includes Eyeball-Embedded AR and Hackable Humans By:raj

a new video (below) posted by Sight Systems takes a stab at how this marriage of sight with technology could manifest itself in the coming years (or perhaps decades).


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[4]List of the Best Windows Apps By:raj

I was reading lifehacker.com and I found a this interesting  article about the best windows application. I haven't tried all the windows application but I'm using couple of them and they are really good.


Please click here to read the article.

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[5]Top 10 Ways to Get a Better Job By:raj

So your job sucks. You could resign yourself to a life of dull (or even miserable) days in the office or you could set aside some time and get a better job. Here are ten great tips to help you put together a great application, ace the interview, and ultimately work for a company you'll love rather than hate. Check it out at lifeHacker.com

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[6]Java-based Web attack installs hard-to-detect malware in RAM By:raj

A hard-to-detect piece of malware that doesn't create any files on the affected systems was dropped onto the computers of visitors to popular news sites in Russia in a drive-by download attack, according to security researchers from antivirus firm Kaspersky Lab.

Drive-by download attacks are one of the primary methods of distributing malware over the Web. They usually exploit vulnerabilities in outdated software products to infect computers without requiring user interaction. Click here for more(www.infoworld.com)

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[7]Free Apps Drain Smartphone Batteries By:raj

Paying for your applications can make your smartphone battery last longer, according to research.

Almost 75 percent of the energy consumed by free versions of apps is exhausted serving up ads, tracking user information and conducting other hidden tasks, unrelated to the application’s core functions, according to the study, entitled “Where is the energy spent inside my app?” by computer scientist Abhinav Pathak of Purdue University, Indiana.
Eating power

Pathak and his colleagues made the discovery after developing Eprof, which they claim is the first fine-grained energy profiler for smartphone apps. Eprof was then tested on smartphones running Android and Windows Phone 7, with the notorious iPhone battery life eluding judgement. Click here for more(www.techweekeurope.co.uk)

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[8]50% off on New Cars? By:raj

Some buyers with fast fingers are scoring new cars at half price as part of a joint promotion of auction site eBay Motors and online seller AutoNation.

AutoNation, the largest group of U.S. car dealerships, is promoting the launch of its AutoNation Direct online sales arm by offering 29 new vehicles from Ford, General Motors and Nissan at half price on e-Bay Motors. Click here for more(www.cbsnews.com)

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[9]Popcorn: healthiest snack ever? By:raj

Popcorn has gained superfood status thanks to a new study which claims it is healthier than fruit and vegetables.

According to a recent survey conducted by scientists from the University of Scranton in Pennsylvania, the traditional movies snack has hidden potential.

Researchers discovered that one serving of popcorn contained up to 300mg of antioxidants – nearly double the 160mg found in a similar serving of fruit and vegetables. Click here for more(www.stylist.co.uk)

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[10]Nearly half of American adults are smartphone owners By:raj

Nearly half (46%) of American adults are smartphone owners as of February 2012, an increase of 11 percentage points over the 35% of Americans who owned a smartphone last May. Two in five adults (41%) own a cell phone that is not a smartphone, meaning that smartphone owners are now more prevalent within the overall population than owners of more basic mobile phones Click here for more(pewinternet.org)

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[11]Are people spending more time on Google+? By:raj

To hear Google Inc. Chief Executive Larry Page tell it, Google+ has become a robust competitor in the social networking space, with 90 million users registering since its June launch.

But those numbers mask what's really going on at Google+.

It turns out Google+ is a virtual ghost town compared with the site of rival Facebook Inc., which is preparing for a massive initial public offering. New data from research firm comScore Inc. shows that Google+ users are signing up—but then not doing much there.
Click here to read more(wsj.com)

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[12]Every iPhone User Sue AT&T for $850? By:raj

An out-of-work truck driver from California made headlines on Friday when he turned the tables on AT&T, and stuck it to the phone giant in small claims court.

A judge in Simi Valley awarded Matt Spaccarelli $850 after finding that AT&T had choked data on his iPhone even though his contract promised unlimited downloading. Other Americans are in a similar position and some reports say they are also in a position to cash in.


Click here to read more(business.time.com)

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[13]A new NoSql database - HyperDex By:raj

HyperDex is a distributed, searchable key-value store. HyperDex provides a unique search primitive which enables searches over stored values. By design, HyperDex retains the performance of traditional key-value stores while enabling support for the search operation.

The key features of HyperDex are:

Fast HyperDex has lower latency and higher throughput than most other key-value stores.

Searchable HyperDex enables lookups of non-primary data attributes. Such searches are implemented efficiently and contact a small number of servers.

Scalable HyperDex scales as more machines are added to the system.

Consistent The value you GET is always the latest value you PUT. Not just "eventually," but immediately and always.

Fault tolerant HyperDex handles failures. Data is automatically replicated on multiple machines so that failures do not cause data loss.

Click here to read more(hyperdex.org)

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[14]FREE Courses Listed By Institute By:raj

Yale - 35 FREE Courses
http://oyc.yale.edu/courses
Each course includes a full set of class lectures produced in high-quality video accompanied by such other course materials as syllabi, suggested readings, exams, and problem sets.

Khan Academy - Thousands of FREE Courses
http://www.khanacademy.org/
A free world-class education for anyone anywhere. All of the site's resources are available to anyone. It doesn't matter if you are a student, teacher, home-schooler, principal, adult returning to the classroom after 20 years, or a friendly alien just trying to get a leg up in earthly biology. The Khan Academy's materials and resources are available to you completely free of charge.

Notre Dame - 72 FREE Courses
http://ocw.nd.edu/courselist
Notre Dame joins the OCW Consortium, "a worldwide community of hundreds of universities and associated organizations committed to advancing OpenCourseWare." Notre Dame's participation is consistent with its goal "to provide a forum where through free inquiry and open discussion the various lines of Catholic thought may intersect with all the forms of knowledge found in the arts, sciences, professions, and every other area of human scholarship and creativity."

University of Michigan - 77 FREE Courses
http://open.umich.edu/education/schools-colleges
Find stuff and use it. Freely. Welcome to our collection of openly licensed educational resources (OER) from the University of Michigan. Ranging from course materials to videos to software tools to student work—this content is ready for downloading and remixing.

University of Cape Town - 148 FREE Courses
http://goo.gl/c68SE

Learning content: syllabi, full courses, modules, learning objects, lecture notes, presentation and data collections.

Composed by Michelle Marie

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[15]One of the best Phone manual By Samsung By:raj

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[16]Djena - Obicham te i tolkova By:preslav89

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[17]Do Vitamins Actually Work? By:raj

Vitamins can be a mysterious entity you put into your body on a daily basis that rarely has any noticeable effects. It's hard to gauge for yourself if it's worth the price and effort, so we put all our questions about vitamins to experts to help us differentiate between wasted cash and a helpful supplement. Click here to read more(lifehacker.com)

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[18]31 Steps to a Financial Tuneup By:raj

Its time out to put your personal finances in gear can reap both immediate and long-term benefits, from cashing gift cards to reallocating investments. This checklist can help you formulate a strategy, providing tips, the time needed to achieve them, and links to additional resources. Click here to read more(www.nytimes.com)

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[19]Customers Must Sign Waiver Before Eating Hot & Spicy "Pasta Plate From Hell By:raj

If you want to find out first hand, it’s Hell Week at the East Coast Grill in Cambridge.

For those who aren’t familiar with the event, the restaurant cooks up what may be the spiciest dish you could ever eat. Click here to read more(boston.cbslocal.com)

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[20]Iran hijacked US drone, says Iranian engineer By:raj

Iran guided the CIA's "lost" stealth drone to an intact landing inside hostile territory by exploiting a navigational weakness long-known to the US military, according to an Iranian engineer now working on the captured drone's systems inside Iran.

Iranian electronic warfare specialists were able to cut off communications links of the American bat-wing RQ-170 Sentinel, says the engineer, who works for one of many Iranian military and civilian teams currently trying to unravel the drone’s stealth and intelligence secrets, and who could not be named for his safety. Click here to read more(csmonitor.com)

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[21]Japanese Use Wild Monkeys To Track Radiation By:raj

Scientists in Japan are taking a novel approach to measuring the impact of radiation in a forest affected by the Fukushima nuclear crisis: enlisting the help of local wild monkeys.

Takayuki Takahashi, a professor of robotic technology at Fukushima University, told CNN Wednesday his team was working on a collar fitted with a dosimeter to measure radiation levels that could be fitted to the monkeys before they are released back into the wild. Click here to read more(cnn.com)

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[22]25 clever ideas to make life easier By:raj

* Rubbing a walnut over scratches in your furniture will disguise dings and scrapes.
* Stop cut apples browning in your child’s lunch box by securing with a rubber band.
* Pump up the volume by placing your iPhone / iPod in a bowl – the concave shape amplifies the music.
* Baby powder gets sand off your skin easily – who knew?!
* Use wire to make a space to store gift wrap rolls against the ceiling, rather than cluttering up the floor.

Click here to read more(stumbleupon.com)

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[23]Commercial wars By:maureate

Now everything is done for commerce, including wars.

Superpower implies supermoney.

In the yester centuries, the intention was for gold and wealth. Strong nations conquered weak nations to plunder their wealth and gave the conquering soldiers incentive in the form of raping the women of conquered nations while the conquerers wanted to add more wealth to their coffers. The states conquerers were actualy pirates or robbers in the form of invading nations

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[24]Google Is Richer Than the 28 Poorest Countries Combined By:raj

Google earned more than $29.3 billion in 2010 which happens to be more than the GDP of the 28 poorest nations in the world... combined. Isn't that insane?

In today's world, information is power and with Google controlling the world's information, they certainly have become wealthy. Goes to show we don't live in a world of nations anymore, we live in a world of corporations. Click here to read more(brainz.org)

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[25]Switching from Android to iOS: What I’ll miss and what I won’t By:raj

On the iPhone 4S launch day, I lined up with about 14 other people outside our Verizon store, my Motorola Droid in hand, checking the time until the store opened. I had never owned an iPhone before, which might come as a surprise from an Apple blogger. When I got the Droid in October of 2009, AT&T was the only carrier to have the 3GS, and rumors of the iPhone coming to Verizon were still just rumors. Two years later, almost to the day, the iPhone 4S came out on my network of choice, and here we are.

Since there are likely a lot of Android users who are considering making the leap thanks to Apple’s new iPhone 4S hardware and the improvements that come with iOS 5, I thought I’d list the things I miss and don’t miss about the Android experience after making the switch to help others determine if this is the right move for them. Click here to read more(gigaom.com)

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