Selasa, 23 Maret 2010

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Installing XAMPP and Wordpress

Posted: 23 Mar 2010 05:19 AM PDT

Need Help for installing xampp server and wordpress.

Rabu, 17 Februari 2010

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Window G85HD PMP in between awesome and awkward

Posted: 17 Feb 2010 07:06 AM PST

Window G85HD PMP in between awesome and awkwardThere's something here. See and feel this, so you can make the decision. You know, the vast majority of Chinese PMPs are underwhelming, and we can't say for sure that the Windows G85HD is any different, but the video walkthrough of the user interface has us interested at the very lease. Reportedly, the all-white, touchscreen-centric device packs a Rockchip RK2806 processor, a 4.3-inch panel (800 x 480), 3.5mm headphone jack, 720p video output, 8GB or 16GB of internal memory, a microSD card slot, FM radio tuner, a Chinese-English dictionary and support for a multitude of file formats. There's nary a word on when and where you'll be able to find this, but if you find yourself situated in Shenzhen, feel free to scope things out at the local market and fill us in.

Selasa, 16 Februari 2010

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New - XPAL's Solar Egg charges to 90% in four hours of mild sunlight

Posted: 16 Feb 2010 07:41 AM PST

New - XPAL's Solar Egg charges to 90% in four hours of mild sunlightThat is Not like many solar devices that require an abundance of intense sunlight to be useful, this is really different. XPAL's new Solar Egg does its thing even in "medium levels of natural light." The magic SunBoost solar conversion technology is supplied by a company called Intivation from The Netherlands, a country that's not exactly know for its tropical weather. XPAL claims that the internal 500mAh battery can be charged at over 90% capacity in just four hours of average sunlight exposure and can detect a "wide range of devices" like MP3 players and digital cameras to provide the appropriate level of power for charging. It'll ship next month to select regions -- where that is we can only guess for now.

Senin, 15 Februari 2010

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Hands-on and impressions with Windows Phone 7 Series

Posted: 15 Feb 2010 08:41 AM PST

Hands-on and impressions with Windows Phone 7 Series You will be impressed with this one. Forget everything you know about Windows Mobile. This is new concept about windows. Seriously, throw the whole OS concept in a garbage bin or incinerator or something. Microsoft has done what would have been unthinkable for the company just a few years ago: started from scratch. At least, that's how things look (and feel) with Windows Phone 7 Series. This really is a completely new OS and not just Microsoft's new OS, it's a new smartphone OS, like webOS new, like iPhone OS new. You haven't used an interface like this before. Still, 7 Series goes wider and deeper than the Zune by a longshot, and it's got some pretty intense ideas about how you're supposed to be interacting with a mobile device. We had a chance to go hands-on with the dev phone before today's announcement, and hear from some of the people behind the devices, and here's our takeaway. And don't worry, we've got loads of pictures and video coming, so keep checking this post for the freshest updates.

Ok... now I will tell you about this one by one. First, the look and feel. The phones are really secondary here, and we want to focus on the interface. The design and layout of 7 Series' UI (internally called Metro) is really quite original, utilizing what one of the designers (formerly of Nike) calls an "authentically digital" and "chromeless" experience. What does that mean? Well we can tell you what it doesn't mean -- no shaded icons, no faux 3D or drop shadows, no busy backgrounds (no backgrounds at all), and very little visual flair besides clean typography and transition animations. The whole look is strangely reminiscent of a terminal display (maybe Microsoft is recalling its DOS roots here) -- almost Tron-like in its primary color simplicity.May be you will ask why??? To us, it's rather exciting. This OS looks nothing like anything else on the market, and we think that's to its advantage. Admittedly, we could stand for a little more information available within single views, and we have yet to see how the phone will handle things like notifications, but the design of the interface is definitely in a class of its own. Here's a few takeaways on what it's like to use...

Start screen: the Start experience is completely revamped, now focusing on sets of tiles which represent links to applications or contacts. It's a completely contextual experience which can be customized both by users and carriers, and allows people to "promote" items higher up in the list. To the right of this screen is a long, vertical list of all your apps for quick jumps. It will take some time getting used to this layout; one or two tiles per line, and that long list which goes up and down rather than left and right, but honestly -- this does have some advantages. Things seems less out of reach in this configuration, and Microsoft swears that they'll be working closely with developers to build widgets that make use of the concept.

General phone navigation: If you've used the Zune HD, you know what this is like. Lots of bold text on the device, lists with text cut off on the sides of the phone, and additional screens to the left and right driven by arrows pointing you in either direction. For the most part this works, though in instances like email, it feels like there's a bit of wasted space. Everything else is super stripped down -- the calendar app looks like vector line art, the browser seems to be using the bare minimum to show its content (which isn't necessarily a bad thing), and the phone application is essentially monochromatic. On the other hand, you've got a beautiful and robust photo app (with pinch to zoom, as in the browser), and the Zune experience is perfectly integrated... but what did you expect?

This is a developing story, and we're updating the post with more info, pics, and video as it becomes available, so stay tuned for more!

Minggu, 14 Februari 2010

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Mosquito's Laser Gun

Posted: 14 Feb 2010 07:51 AM PST

Mosquito's Laser GunAll people understand about mosquito's. Malaria is a huge problem worldwide, so its no surprise to anyone that plenty of people spend lots of time trying to think of ways to rid the world of mosquitoes, prime movers of the disease. Nathan Myhrvold's company Intellectual Ventures Labs (and former chief technology officer at Microsoft) is focusing on just that. Using widely available and common electronics parts, Intellectual Ventures has made lasers which can kill mosquitoes mid-flight -- at a rate of about 50 to 100 per second. Now, you will not believe it. Myhrvold first publicly demonstrated this laser (which is made of parts of printers, digital cameras, and projectors) at the TED conference the other day, using hundreds of mosquitoes in a clear glass case to make his point. The laser's software determines the size and shape of the target before deciding whether or not to shoot, so, for instance -- it wouldn't take aim at a person or a bumblebee. Wow...Great tool. The lasers could be used to protect hospitals and clinics in areas with high mosquito populations and in areas with a high rate of malaria infestation. Now, this is surprisingly not the first time we've seen such a trick -- though it is the first time we've seen video evidence of it working. There are some insanely informative (and murderous) videos at the source link. Be sure to check them out.

New - OLED TV 15-inch by LG's

Posted: 14 Feb 2010 07:42 AM PST

New - OLED TV 15-inch by LG'sUnited State - It's a little sad when the world's largest production OLED television measures just 15-inches diagonally but that's the unfortunate state of the panel business at the moment. Why Not make 14" or 17 ". Nevertheless, there are still plenty of fans (including us) waiting for LG's EL9500 OLED television to ship outside of South Korea. According to OLED-Display, LG hopes to bring the flat-panel wonder to the US sometime in the middle of 2010. Of course, it'll still cost somewhere around $2,500 by the time it lands but hey, at least you'll have the option for local retail and support.

Sabtu, 13 Februari 2010

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Mouse In e-Vouse Concept

Posted: 13 Feb 2010 01:33 AM PST

This is the really new. We're not going to lie, it was a major let down when we found out that this glowing V-shaped mouse with faux Microsoft branding is nothing more than a splendiferous concept, but we're holding back the tears as best we can. It's Very easy to use and so comfortable on your hand. The super futuristic-looking eVouse doubles as both a regular mouse and a pen sensor (in theory, anyway) or as its designer Marcial Ahsayane says, "it's a mix between a classic mouse and a tablet PC." We assume that means you can -- you know -- write digitally with it, but it will also work as an air mouse with touch sensitive buttons. Maybe you can discern a little more from the images below where it seems to morph into a boomerang of sorts, but in the meanwhile we'll be in the corner wishing this thing had a ship date attached to it. You hearing this, Microsoft?

Kamis, 11 Februari 2010

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Starting a Side Business in Your Leisure

Posted: 11 Feb 2010 09:13 AM PST

Starting a Side Business in Your LeisureMost people certainly want to get more money than what he got at the moment, the challenge of limited time, families, and physical condition is usually a major reason, if we choose to work in two places at once. Running a business side to spare at a time when you might be a reasonable option. you can manage your time by your self and a business that you choose can hone the skills that you already have today.

Here is a list of business ideas that might sideline you can do, if there are other ideas please add our comments column

1. Start Selling Collectibles from antique books to hobby and toy collection. It takes a willingness to explore the collection items you have chosen to buy and perjual, if anda memang someone who has a hobby of collecting collectible items that you prefer and intend to make a business from your hobby, then you already halfway through.

2. Baby Safety experts, at the west world there many young families who want to make sure their homes are perfectly safe for their new babies were born and they did not hesitate to call an expert to ensure their home is safe for their infants and children.

3. Calligraphy, If you have a wonderful skill to write why not to see it as a skill that has the potential to generate additional money if you can be creatively added with little touch of marketing knowledge.

4. 'Broker' Online, selling products that you find in the internet then you attach it to the local newspaper classifieds your area.

5. Keeping children, at a sitter is mostly in rent and the monthly payment, especially for young women if you're observant you can offer babysitting services are part time / incidentil to the environment in which you live can be a reasonable income.

6. Music lessons are one skill you can exploit this by offering courses to your contacts and acquaintances. as well as computer skills, writing, webdesign, etc..

7. Selling eBooks you can write areas of your expertise and sell it online.

8. Business consultant helping others start and run a business can be a constant source of income for you.

9. Website Building a website with specific content and selling advertising space in accordance with the content can make big money

10. Creating a Wi-Fi connection with a survey and you can capitalize equipment to create hot spot areas and sell them to neighbors who agreed to participate using it.

We think the idea above 10 only a few ideas from many other ideas, the most important thing in view adalah creativity and expertise & memanfaatkan your hobby.