Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Sony Ericsson new X10 mini smartphone

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Sony Ericsson has launched a brand new Xperia™ X10 mini pro mobilephone set to catch the competitive market. X10 mini is a touchscreen based smart phone which contains lots of new features and application.
Participants can move the piece of paper in different directions in front of the webcam to get a good look at the phone. Each button below performs a different function; users can see and operate the X10 mini pro’s slide out Qwerty keyboard, and cycle the apps that can be inserted into each of the Android phone’s four cornerstones.
As with the full-size X10, the mini’s styling is nice with a relatively uncluttered fascia, but given those slightly chunky proportions and the sheer fact that so many buttons and other bits and bobs have to be shoe-horned into such a small space, it’s certainly not the most elegant. This isn’t helped by the choice of a glossy plastic surface for the screen and front section, which gives it a slightly cheap feel and also makes fingerprints particularly noticeable.
“We’ve also produced a video for the app with a unique twist for users at the end, which can be found on the Sony Ericsson YouTube channel. The app will provide a new and refreshing experience for our fans.”
The officials of Sony Ericsson expect a high demand and good feedback from it’s customer.

Sean Connery Birthday 25 August

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The actor  Sean Connery’s 80th  Birthday 25 August is celebrating in an festival environment.  The original James Bond and best.  Except he very nearly wasn’t, according to a biography due out next month.
With a career spanning over more than 50 years, Sean Connery was made famous by his part as James Bond, starring in seven 007 movies from 1962 to 1983. His acting career includes appearances in dozens of movies such as Marnie, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, The Hunt for Red October, Highlander, Murder on the Orient Express, Dragonheart, and The Rock.
“During the summer, I wasn’t in pain but I wasn’t feeling great.
“I came to the Edinburgh Film Festival in June then, when I left for the south of France, I realised I’d lost a little bit of weight and needed to change my regime.
“I’ve done that and the last few days have been pretty special with the family here.
“We’ve eaten non-stop and it has been a great celebration.”
Sir Sean Connery also co-authored his biography, Being A Scot, published in the UK in 2009. We wish him Happy Birthday and hope to see him on the big screen once more, as it’s been a long wait since the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen!
The fan of Sir Sean Connery wish him a long and healthy life.

2012 Nissan GT R

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The 2012 Nissan GT-R will come with LED driving lights/daytime running lights integrated into the front fascia. It’s front grille has also been re-designed and the car shows a new front apron. The rear of the 2012 Nissan GT-R facelift shows a new bumper and a restyled integrated diffuser. There are two new colors for 2012, neither of which have been confirmed for the US market.  Aurora Flare Blue Pearl – RAY , and a new black called Nebula Opal Black – GAG (choke?).  Part of that GAG may be the Premium price increase of 210,000 yen to 9,450,000 yen in Japan ($110,811 USD).  Will the US market Premium car be able to be under $100,000? In 2008-2009 the conversion was about 110-100 yen to a dollar. As you can see, this is a huge change on a $70k car. 9,450,000 yen at the 110 yen to a dollar rate would be around $85,900 USD. At 100 yen to a dollar $94,500.
There’s also a new rear diffuser that adds 10 percent more downforce at the business end and a set of forged wheels from Rays cut 6.6 pounds of unsprung weight at each corner for a total loss of over 26 pounds. Impressive. There are reportedly two new colors for both the wheels – Hyper Blue Black and Hyper Titanium – and for the car – Aurora Flare Blue Pearl and Nebula Opal Black.
The power of the 2012 Nissan GT-R facelift will still come from the 3.8-litre V6 twin-turbo engine and the car will be fitted with an

Source: Online News

Hitler DNA Test Report

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Nazi leader Adolf Hitler may have been descended from both Jews and Africans, communities whom he had pledged to exterminate, new DNA tests have revealed.
Last month, two scientists uncovered evidence that the boy who died in a French prison in 1795 actually was the son of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette. They matched the DNA found in descendants of the royal family with a sample taken from the child’s heart – a heart stolen by the doctor who examined the dead boy. The physician kept the child’s heart as a memento – a trophy of the autopsy he performed on the young heir to the French throne.
A chromosome called “Haplogroup E1b1b,” or Y-DNA, in the relatives’ saliva samples is rare in Germany, as well as Western Europe, the newspaper said.
“Race and blood was central in the world of the Nazis. Hitler’s concern over his descent was not unjustified. He was apparently not ‘pure’ or ‘Aryan’.”
By the new DNA test result of Hitler the world is going to reveal all hidden news about Hitler.

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The low-cost Nokia’s Symbian-based 5250 smartphone

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The low-cost Nokia’s Symbian-based 5250 smartphone is its cheapest touchscreen smartphone yet at €115 (US$145). Nokia is working hard to get the cost of entry-level smartphones down, in an effort to get its devices and software services, including the Ovi application store and music service, into the hands of more users, according to Geoff Blaber , analyst at CCS Insight. However, to get to €115 Nokia has had to make some decisions to lower the bill of materials

The 5250 is €34 cheaper, but users will have to live without a 3G connection and find their way without the assistance of A-GPS. The phone’s touchscreen is also smaller than that of its predecessor, at 2.8 inches.

However, the new phone comes with an FM radio, a free copy of Guitar Hero 5 Mobile and a music player on the home screen, according to Nokia. From the home screen users can also access e-mail, Facebook and other social networks

Source: Online News