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Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Aurora - Windows 7 PC Tablet



The Aurora Windows 7 Tablet PC can be used just like a regular Laptop or Desktop PC. In fact, it’s better, it offers more versatility and it’s more compact! The Aurora Windows 7 Tablet PC comes with 2 USB ports that support mouse, keyboards, external CD ROM’s and any other USB power devices. The Aurora Windows 7 Tablet PC also comes with an Mini HDMI output, 3.5mm audio port, and a TF card slot.

The Aurora Windows 7 Tablet is made to be wowed at! This spectacular 9.7 Inch Capacitive Touchscreen Windows 7 Tablet comes with: 

Sunday, July 22, 2012

The New iPad 3rd Generation Review

Pixel-Packin' Mama
Few gadgets have achieved the meteoric rise to iconic status as quickly as the iPad, and it certainly seems like more than a fair share of pop culture's most coveted gear has originated in Cupertino, California. But as wild as the success has been, they managed to make the product even better in its second generation, notably with the introduction of twin cameras. Fanboy speculation runs hotter on Apple gear than most, and all of the buzz about a true HD screen in 2011 was ultimately unfounded.

Well, another year has passed and Apple has not merely reached that formerly elusive video threshold, they have exceeded expectations with the addition of their drool-worthy Retina display on the new iPad. Yes, Apple is simply calling this "the new iPad," not "iPad 3," but it is indeed the third generation of their now-ubiquitous tablet. The new screen is the largest iteration of the Retina display yet, the company's trademark high-res LCD which debuted on the iPhone 4, but now with a better-than-Full-HD-1080p resolution of 2048x1536 pixels. That factors out to over 3.1 million pixels, four times the count in the iPad 2 in the same 9.7-inch screen size and--as Apple seems only too keen to point out, and who can blame them--that's one million more pixels than we'll find in an HDTV. They also like to call it "the best display ever on a mobile device," and I'm not going to disagree.

At 264 pixels-per-inch (double that of last year), they're so dense that the typical human eyeball can't discern them individually when the new iPad is held at a normal distance, hence the Retina moniker. And now video can be played back in true 1080p for the first time on an iPad.


Touching is nice, but seeing is believing


Saturday, July 21, 2012

Sony PlayStation Vita 3G/Wi-Fi Review

Game On… and On


Since even before Day One, I've been a fan of Sony Computer Entertainment America's PlayStation Portable, or PSP. Leveraging the strengths and lessons learned from the original PlayStation and PlayStation 2, and creating a handheld device that would one day work well with the PlayStation 3, SCEA brought gamers a robust multimedia gadget that added movies, music and more, with a nifty user interface.

I can't claim vast experience with the PSP Go, a drastically redesigned follow-up to the original series of PSP models, although I heard that consumer response was largely tepid. But with the new PlayStation Vita, Sony has combined a multitude of strengths with some promising new features... and some vexing ones, too.

Ever since Nintendo introduced touchscreens on their handheld devices, I felt as though the substantially sized, beautiful sharp LCD on the PSP begged for that same type of interaction. I'm happy to report that the PS Vita screen is not only larger, and not only utilizes cutting-edge organic light-emitting diode (OLED) technology, but it does indeed offer multi-touch control. The breakthroughs don't end there, as this screen is joined by a multi-touch rear panel control pad on the flipside, as an additional input device for supported games. The PS Vita interface boasts fast, fluid launches and we can quickly learn the motions, peeling away one screen to reveal another beneath it, flicking between others. Welcome Park is a good place to start, as it happily guides us through various features for the first time including touch and tilt.

Dual analog sticks on either side extend significantly away from the console itself, for a superior feel under the thumbs and greater control, above SCEA's familiar D-pad and control buttons. The PS Vita includes both front- and rear-facing cameras, for simple still photo/video applications as well as in-game use, and a six-axis motion-sensing system: a three-axis gyroscope plus a three-axis accelerometer. There's also a three-axis electronic compass which--as I was reminded on a recent family trip--is a very handy doodad to have along.


Sony Computer Entertainment
America's new PlayStation Vita



Sony PlayStation Portable PSP-2000 Portable Gaming Console and Media Player Review


Portable PlayStation. The Next Generation.

Ask anyone who knows me: I didn't have much complaint with the mostly-screen, tightly-packed design of the original PlayStation Portable, first released three years ago. But time marches on, guys in labcoats and locked in cleanrooms are continually building better, smaller widgets, et voila, a 19%-slimmer, one-third-lighter PSP landed on my desk. As with the reduced-size PlayStation 2 a while back, there is no official name change, just a model number shift, to "PSP-2000."

The History of Cool

This is the second generation of the PSP hardware but the first time it has been covered on this site, and so a little perspective is in order. These days what makes a great portable gadget is not just the size but the multitasking, and of course how well it performs each of those tasks. Look at all the features that Apple keeps adding to the iPod, including a phone on their top-end handheld, while even the nano now plays video. They've added rudimentary, cellphone-quality games to certain models, and productivity tools to the touch via a purchased download. But first and foremost we're discussing entertainment devices here, so certainly a supply of worthwhile content--including Hollywood feature films--is also a key factor.

Don't be fooled: The camera adds ten pounds to the PSP Slim

Friday, July 20, 2012

Philips GoGear Connect Wi-Fi MP3 Player 8GB Review


Some of the Smart, None of the Phone

Largely in response to Apple's many successful offerings, the use of the Android operating system for smartphones and tablets seems to be booming, with many more products yet to come. The ubiquitous Apple iPod--particularly the iPod touch--remains on many people's shortlist of gotta-have-it gadgets, and so it seems only logical that a portable media device like the Philips GoGear Connect Wi-Fi MP3 Player arrive on the scene to expand the use of Android even further.

The black handheld device offers an extremely familiar form factor, with a 3.2-inch capacitive LCD touchscreen and just a few hard buttons here and there. But under the hood is it running the Android version 2.3.3 ("Gingerbread") operating system, leading some to refer to it as the "Android touch" although this is not a nickname that Philips is using, certainly.

The support for Android Market plus the Amazon Appstore allows the GoGear Connect to download content from among thousands of assorted apps and games, accessed via 802.11g Wi-Fi. It's also a web-browser, with easy access to Gmail, Facebook and a world of other popular work/fun tasks. Adobe Flash Player is supported, an absolute must for anyone who surfs web video, and no doubt welcome relief to anyone who has ever received that frustrating blank space on an Apple device. As an extra perk, that internet access can also be configured to tether to a laptop via USB.

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

ViewSonic ViewBook 730 Tablet Review


The ViewBook 730 is light on features, but also light on your pocketbook. At a reduced price of $169 (it launched last year at $249), this is one of the least expensive tablet options currently out there. However, if you don't want to pay the piper, don't expect to get a full orchestra.

What'cha Got?

The ViewBook 730 provides access to some of your daily computer tasks, in a smaller form factor. Some of the ViewBook 730's main features include the Android 2.2 operating system, Flash 10.1 support, a 1GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, 802.11b/g networking and Bluetooth connectivity. For your storage needs, the ViewBook 730 has 8GB of internal memory, which can be expanded up to 32GB via a microSD card. To view all of those goodies, the 7-inch touchscreen delivers an 800x480 resolution and a contrast ratio of 400:1.


Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Kindle Fire Review


These days, everyone and their mother has some type of app. (It's true; there's a free "Yo Mamma" app.) There are apps for everything from weight loss to remote control to video games, and people are looking to do those things beyond the small screen of a cell phone -- as well as beyond a big-screen HDTV. When the consumer electronics world looks back on this year, 2011 will surely be remembered as the year of the tablet.

One of the hot tablet sellers right now is the Amazon Kindle Fire. That's probably because it has an MSRP of just $199. It's also because the Kindle Fire isn't technically a full-fledged tablet, but more of a glorified e-reader with a selection of apps and the ability to playback multi-media files, such as music and movies. This isn't necessarily a bad thing; it just depends on what you want to do with your device.

The Kindle Fire is certainly Amazon's most powerful effort to date. Featuring a full color 7-inch touchscreen and a customized version of the Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system, the tablet is more about the content it can offer -- most of it from Amazon. There are plenty of books, magazines and apps, as well as movies, TV shows, games and even web browsing. Yes, it's another opportunity for Amazon to sell its wares. It's also a less expensive way to enjoy universal wares, such as Netflix, Pandora, Facebook, Angry Birds, Flixster, Words with Friends, and pretty much anything else you'd like to be able to carry around in a pocket-friendly portable form factor.

NOOK Tablet Review


The new NOOK Tablet is poised to replace Barnes & Noble's previous flagship product, the NOOK Color, which is essentially a Wi-Fi-enabled eReader on steroids. The designers gave the new Tablet more under the hood to better embrace its many potential tasks: The processor, the RAM and the embedded storage capacity have all been significantly stepped up, along with the Android operating system, from version 2.2 on the Color to 2.3 on the Tablet.

Although it is not touted as an "Android Tablet," this newest NOOK is indeed Android-based, running Barnes & Noble's own customized version of Google's Android "Gingerbread" OS (the typically food-centric nickname for 2.3). Its two distinguishing characteristics are the unique esthetics of the user interface, with a NOOK-exclusive style, as well as the intentional absence of the Android Market. The latter makes perfect sense since B&N is first and foremost a retailer, and they would just as soon you made your purchases through their own virtual storefront. However, if for example I visit a site like imdb.com and an Android mobile app is available for it, I can then be directed to the Android Market via the website, where I can download the app as long as I am signed in to do business.

Behold Barnes & Noble's new NOOK Tablet.


Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 Review


There are tablets and seven-inch tablets and portable devices that wear their Android affiliation on their sleeve, but Samsung has gone and combined the best of all that has come before and pushed it someplace decidedly newer and better with their new Samsung Galaxy Tab 2. As the name will tell, the two models in this line represent a second generation of Samsung's popular Galaxy Tab, and the 7.0 iteration we tried affirms the evolution away from the ten-inch range and toward a more compact, increasingly common seven-inch screen size that is more affordable and generally easier to handle. (For those who prefer the larger form factor, Samsung does also offer a 10.1-inch second-gen model.)

Of course, the user experience is only going to be as good as the operating system, and the Galaxy Tab 2 arrives running Google's Android 4.0 OS, codenamed "Ice Cream Sandwich." This is further enhanced by Samsung's own "TouchWIZ" interface, which combines a series of gesture-based controls with a collection of "Mini Apps" These mini's--which include an alarm clock and world clock, calculator, music player, task manager, scheduler and more--are always just a tap away via the ubiquitous bottom taskbar, and any of them can open atop whatever else we're currently doing, for seamless multitasking.

Samsung Exhibit 4G


Samsung Exhibit 4G sometime also known as Samsung Hawk and has SGH T759 series code name. The 4G Data Network for this Exhibit uses GMS Technology with HSDPA 1700/2100Mhz and can be used up to 12 Mbps (HSDPA) and for HSUPA up to 5.76 Mbps.

Samsung T759 also supports for GSM EDGE, and GPRS with quad band 850 / 800 / 1800 / 1900 Mhz frequency. For the design you can tell by looking at the figure that we gave you above. It uses Candy bar form factor with Touchscreen UI. It quite slim by only has 13 mm thick and uses rounder corner on top corners and cut corner on the bottom. The Swype Technology for fast text input on Virtual on Screen Qwerty Keyboard also installed for better text messaging.

The Many Uses of Ice Cream Sandwich in Android 4.0


Everyone is going gaga over Android 4.0 and its Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) firmware update. Wondering what is it all about? Here are the distinctive advantages of owning the latest Android phone, be it the Sony, Samsung or HTC.

Chrome browser: Yes, the superfast browser is available for ICS users. Take that to mean a more efficient browser that mimics your desktop and offers more internet computing power in the palm of your hand.

Monday, July 16, 2012

Google Nexus 7 Tablet


Google recently announced the Nexus 7 Tablet, which promises to make a huge impact on the world of lower priced Android tablets. Designed by Google, but manufactured by Asus, the tablet features impressive technical specifications including:
  • 7 inch 1280×800 IPS HD Display (218 ppi)
  • Nvidia Tegra 3 Quad Core CPU with 12 core GPU
  • 1 GB of Ram
  • 8 or 16 GB of Storage
  • 9 Hour Battery Life (Video playback)
  • 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth & NFC
  • 7.8″ x 4.7″ x 0.4″ and 12 ounces

Wii U Now Supports Two GamePads

Nintendo has announced that Wii U will be able to support a total of two GamePads simultaneously.

For the past year, many Nintendo fans have had just one question - will Wii U support more than one of its iconic, innovative controllers? At E3 2011, Nintendo's demonstrations and concept videos routinely used just one tablet, which has since been named the Wii U GamePad. Back then, the publisher was unable to give a clear indication of Wii U's capability, often contradicting itself.

If using two GamePads at the same time creates any sort of limitations upon the system (or other controllers), it is unknown. Demos at this year's show allow for up to four traditional controllers (either Wii Remotes or Wii U Controller Pros) in addition to one Pad (for a total of five active devices), but nothing we've seen so far has used two GamePads.


Wii U

Wii U



The PlayStation 4 may block the usage of used games and the Xbox 720 may make the jump to using Blu-ray discs. We don’t know. All the rumors and speculation about Orbis and Durango are just that: rumors and speculation. What we can be sure of is that both machines will feature significant graphical upgrades over the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Nintendo’s next machine though, the Wii U, may not be able to make the same claim. According to some developers, Nintendo’s first HD console can’t output graphics that are even on par with Microsoft and Sony’s current machines.

Developers speaking with GamesIndustry International on Monday had more than a few disparaging comments in store for Nintendo’s upcoming tablet-controlled console. “It’s not up to same level as the PS3 or the 360. The graphics are just not as powerful,” said one source.

IBM speeds push for 500-mile EV battery


An air-breathing battery: the basic chemistry of a lithium air battery is to combine oxygen from the air with lithium ions to create lithium peroxide and the reverse reaction during charge and discharge.
(Credit: IBM) 

Ten years from now, range anxiety for electric cars could be a thing of the past.

IBM today announced two partners for a project aimed at building a lithium air battery able to propel an electric car 500 miles. Scientists from Asahi Kasei and Central Glass with expertise in membranes and electrolyte chemistries will join IBM researchers on the initiative.

Called the Battery 500 Project, the goal is to design an "air-breathing" battery that will use oxygen from the air to drive a new type of battery chemical reaction and, in the process, deliver a big jump in EV range potential. The company hopes to have a working demonstration by the end of next year.

The fact that IBM Research has expanded the research team with these two companies and other unnamed ones is a sign that the ambitious effort is on the right track, said Winfried Wilcke, principal investigator at IBM Research who started the project in 2009.
IBM speeds push for 500-mile EV battery

Adam Lambert - Map Lyrics


I had a vision that the
Colors bled away
And I had nothing to follow
Was in the present and
My life was stuck on replay
And all my wishes
Were hollow


You were a beam of light
Lit up my broken sky
There was just
Something about you
I had a vision and you
Painted the world for me
And now I'm laying
Beside you

NOKIA N1 TABLET



AFTER GREAT SUCCESS OF NOKIA LUMIA SERIES EITH MICROSOFT WINDOWS NOKIA IS FALLEN IN THE COLOR OF MICROSOFT AND IN A WAY TO LAUNCH NOKIAS TABLET SERIES WITH MICROSOFT WINDOWS 8 OPERATING SYSTEM.

Official Site Is DrugRisk.com 

THE TABLET IS EXPECTED TO BE VERY POWERFULL AND UNIQUE.


IT IS EXPECTED TO VERY ADVANCE THAN NORMAL TABLETS.THE ALL FEATURES OF THE TABLETS ARE EXPLAINED AS BELOW.

Next Xbox to Sport a 16-Core CPU


The latest issue of Xbox World reports that codename 'Durango' devkits were sent to developers last month, shortly after secret meetings were held in London.

The Durango kits don't resemble the final hardware in appearance, says XBW (the original Xbox 360 devkits were PowerPCs in standard PC cases), but the hardware inside is representative of the machine you can expect to see released in late 2013.

XBW's sources suggest Durango's devkit is powered by a state of the art 16-core IBM Power PC CPU with a graphics processor on par with AMD's Radeon HD 7000-series graphics cards, as previously rumoured.

The Big Strategy Games of 2012

Dota 2
Almost every video game's development cycle is plagued with problems and pressure, but Dota 2's had to struggle through legal troubles on top of any other headaches. This game serves as the sequel to the popular Warcraft III mod "Defense of the Ancients," and its transition from being known by the acronym D.O.T.A. to becoming a separate, lowercase standalone brand has been a rocky one.

Things seem to be all smooth out now, though, which means fans can breathe a sigh of relief and finally look forward to the game itself without worry. The game looks to be shaping up into something truly special, too, as you'll take command of a hero who levels up over the course of real-time battles, hacking and slashing through hordes of foes to protect your towers and take down your enemies' fortresses. Expect refinements across the board from what you first enjoyed back in the Warcraft III era – and, if you're a mod creator, take encouragement here. If you make something truly excellent, you might just have your own series someday. (After jumping through the legal hoops.)

Microsoft's 2012 Xbox 360 Conference

At the dawn of this generation, way back in the middle part of the last decade, the powers of gaming promised us grand new vistas of entertainment, beautiful worlds to explore and enjoy. At Microsoft’s 2012 Xbox 360 Conference, we saw the astonishing results that seven years of accumulated effort, skill and talent can achieve.

You can genuinely claim that the games on offer this year fit all-too snugly into moulds we have seen many times before, but you cannot argue against the gorgeousness of their sweeping landscapes, the intricacies of their shredded cityscapes or the convincing corruption of their steaming jungles.

The Evolution of Far Cry 3

Published by: Ubisoft 
 
Developed by: Ubisoft Montreal 
 
Genre: Shooter
 
Release Date:US: Sep 04, 2012
                             UK: Sep 07, 2012
                             Australia: Sep 30, 2012
                             Germany: Dec 31, 2012
 Rating Pending, Targeting a Rating of Teen or Above
 Also Available On: Xbox 360 PlayStation 3 

A jungle holds many secrets. Tucked away in small crevices, covered by vegetation and hidden in the shadows are untold mysteries, waiting to be found by those persistent enough to learn everything they can. The same might be said about Ubisoft's Far Cry 3.

Ever since its debut a year ago, we've been clamoring to learn more about the direction this latest chapter would take. The Far Cry series is only consistent in its inconsistency, and while this third installment would return to a familiar tropical environment, the developers seemed intent on exploring the undiscovered. For the past 12 months we have only been able to get a sense of the game's surface, observing that it would be taking a more cerebral, character-driven approach to an open world shooter. The rest was simply a big question mark. However it seems as though the team is finally ready to throw back the curtain, allowing us to not only play the game, but learn a considerable amount about its direction.

2014 Mercedes-Benz


Rumors about a Mercedes SLC-Class started awhile back and for s short period of time, it was believed that the new SLS AMG would be called the SLC. Obviously, this is not the case, but hopes for an SLC are still not lost as Mercedes will indeed offer the SLC in an unexpected package.

Saturday, July 14, 2012

Special Keys

Have you ever owned a keyboard that has special function keys? These are small buttons that run along the very top of the keyboard. Different keyboards have different keys, but the most common ones are an e-mail button, a search button, a connect button (for the Internet) and a calculator button. Some even have a sleep mode function, a volume control right on the keyboard itself and multimedia keys.



Fetchnotes


Thoughts are precious – they can be groundbreaking ideas that can shape into a successful business, or simple notes to organize things to do. Evernote, OneNote, Any.Do and many more apps are out there to help you organize your thoughts, and all of them boast of feisty features that will help you better manage your notes. Still, for a lot of people a lot of features also means a lot to worry about. If you love simplicity, and if you love Twitter, you are bound to love Fetchnotes, a new app to take notes with ease. Like Twitter, and unlike all the popular note taking apps, this one will blow your mind with the simplicity it offers.

The Case of the Checked Disk

Running the chkdsk utility in either Windows Vista or 7 is pretty easy.  To begin with, click the “start” button, and then “computer”.

Windows 8 Release Date Announced



Windows announced on Monday that Windows 8 will finally land near the end of October.  The new tablet Sruface will also go on sale at that time.  That means we have less than 4 months until Window’s biggest operating system update since Windows 95 was released.

The release date was always said to be in the fall, but up until Monday that was about as specific as the date got.  Windows 8 hitting store shelves will be sure to cause a stir with its new “Metro” interface, which replaces the traditional start menu.  Microsoft’s Surface, their first tablet designed in house, will also be released at the same time.  The 7″ tablet will jump into a market and will compete directly with Google’s recently announced Nexus 7 tablet, as well as the established Kindle Fire.

Friday, July 13, 2012

Ne-Yo - Let Me Love You Lyrics

Much as you blame yourself, 
you can't be blamed for the way you feel
Had no example of a love, 
that was even remotely real
How can you understand something that you never had
Ooh baby if you let me, 
I can help you out with all of that

Girl let me love you
And I will love you
Until you learn to love yourself
Girl let me love you

And all your trouble
Don't be afraid, girl let me help
Girl let me love you
And I will love you

Taio Cruz - Fast Car Lyrics

I’m in a battle with my heartbeat
The more I struggle the more I get deep
I go full throttle down the dark streets
And there is trouble ahead I can’t weak 

It’s like I’m running through a red light
Girl you know you make me weak
I should be hittin’ all the brake lights
Hold up,hold up oh

 Girl you really turn me on,on,on,on
You know you make my engine run,run,run,run
And there’s no turning back us
We’ve gone too far
I’ll drive you like a fast car

Is it Time to Replace Your Flat PATA Ribbon Connectors?

Does the inside of your desktop computer resemble something akin to a rats nest? Multiple hard drives, DVD drives, maybe even an old floppy drive all connected to your motherboard with a bunch of wide and flat ribbon like cabling?  If this sounds like your computer, you’re not alone.


Quick iPad App Management


We all know there’s a quick and Easy Way To Delete iPad Apps, but what if you’re looking for something more centralized – like a place to uninstall apps and check space, etc?
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Removing Unwanted Apps from the iPad

With more than half a million applications available on the iTunes App Store, it’s tempting — and easy — to fill up your iPad with apps you use once or twice and quickly lose interest in. Fortunately, Apple makes it easy to delete unwanted apps and free up space for the killer apps you can’t live without.

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Finding Hidden Folders

You can access your hidden folder by going to where it was stored (it’s still there) and clicking the Alt key. This will bring up a familiar looking menu at the top of the screen. By the way, you can also follow these steps in Windows 7.

Change Your Windows 7 Control Panel to Classic View


It’s not uncommon for someone to miss the classic view of the control panel… the new look has everything sorted into a few categories so that what you’re after may take a couple of layers to find.

For example, let’s assume that I’m looking for the power settings on my laptop. When I open the Control Panel I initially see this:

Disable the Preview Pane in Windows Explorer

First, left-click to open any Explorer folder. For this tutorial, I will make a new folder, call it Any Explorer Folder and save it to my desktop.





In the screenshot below, you will notice that the Preview pane is open on the right side. Now go up to the top of the screen. Directly above the white part of the screen is a bar (it’s teal in the screenshot).

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Take an iPad Screenshot

First, make sure your iPad is on the screen you want to capture. Now click and hold the Home button button and press the top button on your iPad. 

You have to be pretty nimble, otherwise you might get sent back to the home screen or put your iPad to sleep. 

Setting Up Automatic Updates


To set Windows Updates to automatically update your system, go to the Windows Update website’s home page.

Now when I went to it (and I was using Firefox), here’s what I got:


Okay, so I’ll do what it says.

Restore Chrome Bookmarks Bar


The problem with moving over to a different web browser is that when you change something, the option to change back isn’t always located where you’d expect. Take for example awhile back when I accidentally lost my Google Chrome Bookmarks Bar. It was simply a matter of right-clicking on the toolbar and  de-selecting “Show bookmarks bar” to lose it, but finding the option to turn it back on was not where I expected.

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Change the Font Style and Size in Gmail

Open Gmail on your computer and log into your account using your Gmail email address and password.




Click Settings (the wrench icon) in the upper right-hand corner of the screen, and then click Labs.

What’s the Windows Registry?


 Basically, the Windows Registry is a database used to store system and program settings.


Here’s what it looks like:



Monday, July 9, 2012

Trey Songz - Dive In Lyrics



Ooh I'm about to dive in ooh ooh 
I was thinking about taking a couple laps, I just wanna dive in 
Yeah, dive in, yeah-eah 

Splash, baby girl that's your water fall 
Feel it coming down on me, so crazy 
Yeah, girl I love the way your body talk 
Come a little closer just like that 
Keep on talking girl you got me 

Wanting to go deeper then you'll ever know 
Wanting to feel, the way you flow 
Ooh you got that look up in your eyes 
What we 'bout to do ain't no surprise 

Trey Songz - Simply Amazing Lyrics



I, I can’t really explain what it is she does 

But ah, yeah, whatever it is, whatever it is 
It’s simply amazing 
Her head is on my chest, 




The sun comes rolling in 
We’re lost in these covers 
And all I feel is skin 
I slowly kiss your face 
Beautiful in every way 
You are, you are 


 See I’m a man, that don’t believe in much 

But I’ll be damned if I don’t believe in us 
And how we play a fight up in the bathroom 
Next thing you know I’m making love to you 
Girl, promise me you’ll never change 

Lady Gaga - Changing Skies Lyrics



Ooh ooh ohh
oh oh oh
Ooh ooh ohh
oh oh oh
oooh oh oh oooh oh oh
ooh ooh ooh ooh

I, need somebody who calls my name
When clouds are smokin up my way
You get me through these cha-changing skies

I, don't wanna be afraid again
its just that I could use a friend
You get me through these cha-changing skies

Kelly Rowland - Looking For Love Lyrics


Out of all the girls I`ve loved before
Out of all the stages I`ve performed on
Out of all of the cities I`ve been to
I bless the day that I found you 

I bless the day I found you and that`s my word
It`s nothing for me out there in those streets
You took my heart and you set it on fire
And now my love forever burns
You keep taking me higher

I been looking for love
In all the wrong places
And now I finally found 
Someone who cares for me

Sunday, July 8, 2012

What Is An Administrator Profile And What Does It Do?


You should normally be able to make any change you want to your operating system – it is your computer after all, right?  Unfortunately, that’s not quite the case. The Windows operating systems actually have two different kinds of accounts: standard and administrator. The administrator account gives you the ability to view and modify critical system files, as well as to make changes that affect all other users on the computer. These two account types are in place to protect your computer so that people can’t easily ruin your system by deleting important files or installing virus-infected programs.

When attempting to open certain programs that let you change system settings, such as the registry editor or Microsoft management console, a prompt is first opened on the screen asking if you want to allow the change. If you aren’t currently logged into an administrator account, the Windows operating system won’t let you open the program or make any changes. You may run into this same problem while attempting to delete certain files or install programs.

Facebook Changed Something Without Permission


Typically the In The News article brings you the latest tech news from the week, and this week really isn’t an exception, but there was a small shake-up on Facebook that should affect all Facebook users and should be passed along.  The good part is that you can actually do something about it this time.

The change happened in the Contact Info section of a user’s About page.  This is the page that includes your work/education info, birthday, and relationship status as well as your contact information that you’ve provided.  By default, Facebook changed each user’s visible email address to their @Facebook.com address (you know, the one you probably don’t use or even knew existed until now).  If you’ve chosen a vanity URL, that becomes your email address.  For example, Facebook.com/MyName gives you the email address of MyName@Facebook.com.  So what if you want to display your previous email address instead, or even no email address at all?  Not displaying any email would give you the most privacy.  Luckily, it’s easy to change.

Saturday, July 7, 2012

Gmail Canned Responses


Do you long for the days when people engaged each other in a more personal manner; when hand-written notes were exchanged, or when most games involved at least two people, with neither staring at a monitor? If so, Gmail Canned Responses may not be for you.

Canned Responses, described by the developer as “email for the truly lazy”, offers a quick way to reply to at least a portion of the email flood inundating many of us daily. With Canned Responses, messages are drafted in advance and can be added to an email reply with just a couple clicks, or they can be set up as automatic replies to selected emails.

Control Your Windows Media Player Updates

To do this, start by typing Windows Media Player in the Start search and click on the Windows Media Player link



Changes need to be made in the Library view, so if your player is in the Now Playing mode, you can switch to the Library by clicking the Switch to Library button in the upper right corner of the player window.

How Much Is Windows 8? Cheaper Than You Think…



Windows announced this past Monday that the upgrade to Windows 8 Pro will cost only $40.  This applies to any Windows user running XP or newer.  This is a significant announcement since past upgrades have cost much more than $40.  Upgrading to Windows 7 from an older version cost $120, while upgrading from one version of 7 to the other cost $65.

Friday, July 6, 2012

Nas Feat Mary J. Blige - Reach Out lyrics


This kind of love is a once in a lifetime cruise

Reach out and touch the love that I have for you
I see you standing there so lost and all alone
I wanna take you in my arms


And tell you that you’re home
I look into your eyes
I said I know you very well
I see a mirror of my life
A reflection of myself



3:45 am can’t sleep, can’t dream
I’m stuck, money problems pop up
How will I survive, 
Guess it’s best to decide not to decide

So that’s my decision

Thursday, July 5, 2012

How To Fix That Full Hard Drive


Mary from CA writes:

My PC shows that my hard drive disk is almost full. I have not added any new programs. I have deleted and it does not change! I have run the disk cleanup, and it does not change. Help!!!?

Hi, Mary.
A full hard drive can cause all kinds of problems for your machine, including but not limited to a slow computer and, ultimately, hard drive failure.


There are a number of possible reasons for this.

What is “svchost.exe”?


      Anyone who’s opened the task manager in any version of Windows has seen the process “svchost.exe” at one point or another. What’s more confusing is that svchost is usually found to have more than one instance!

What are they all doing there, and just how much of my precious memory are they wasting?
Let’s talk!

How To Format A Computer System


This article is going to provide how to format your PC based on whether you are using Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7 using their installation CD’s.

It’s important to note that you should backup all of your data before carrying out a format. You can do this by connecting an external hard drive or just making sure all of the stuff you want to keep is stored on an internal drive that does not contain your operating system and is not going to be formatted.

It would also be a good idea to consider the drivers that your PC needs and whether these can be sourced on-line after formatting or whether you need to dig out that original CD that accompanied your PC out of the box. You can just Google your motherboard, graphics card and sound card drivers after formatting, typically without any problems. If you are unsure how to proceed, please consult a professional! We mean this!!
Tip 1 – Windows XP

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