Want to Sell Goods Ex?

Often when a breakup, women and men do not want to store valuable items that have memories of a former lover. As a result, full of memorabilia items that were removed. Before doing that, it seems the people who experienced something like this had to visit this site first.

Is neverlikeditanyway.com, a website that facilitates people to dump stuff memories and then get the money. Web Founder Annabel Acton (28), who lives in Australia, itself inspired by a sad farewell.

Have two tickets to London, artwork, and jewelry that she did not want to use anymore, Acton did not know what to do with stuff memories. Encouraged by his friends, Acton decided to set up a kind of eBay Web site for couples who undergo this bitter reality.
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Chirping Twitter Will Censored

Twitter has perfected its technology so it can censor tweets in certain countries. Announced on Thursday, February 26, 2012, concern arose that Twitter’s commitment to free speech will be weakened. However, these sensors Twitter looking for his tweet expand services to a growing number of countries that have different legal rules.

Previously, when Twitter to delete tweets will then disappear in the whole world. With these sensors, a tweet containing content breaking the law in one country, it can be removed, without having to disappear as well in other countries.

Social networks that allow users to update their status in a maximum of 140 characters will provide notification of censorship every tweet is removed. This is similar to what Google has done for so many years, when the law in a country where the internet giant operates requires a search result to be removed. Continue reading “Chirping Twitter Will Censored”

Ten Best Laptops in 2011

The world of technology has moved tremendously over the past 12 months, the laptop is no exception. Some laptops offer exceptional technology application that is packaged in an increasingly thin design.

Occurrences ultrabook genre, which carries a small, thin body, a manifestation of the current lifestyle trends that completely mobile. Even came up saying ‘The thin laptop, the more consumers demand. “Even so, a number of laptops that emphasizes function as a desktop replacement still fall into this popular ranking.

With a wide range of variations, OktoMagazine tried to explain to 10 laptops in the 2011 version of CNet.
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Samsung to Release Galaxy 2 GHz

Samsung Galaxy Tab is increasingly approached by Kindle Fire users in the percentage of new Android tablets, as if not to be silent and will issue a new Galaxy Tab. Rumors circulated that the South Korean vendors is likely to launch the Galaxy Tab 11.6 with performance of up to 2 GHz.

Rumors emerged since December, BGR reports that Samsung will launch a tablet-sized 11.6-inch, that runs on the latest Android operating system, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, precisely at the Mobile World Congress to be held in Barcelona, ​​next February.

Although larger than previous versions of the Galaxy Tab 10.1, but still rumored tablet is reportedly going to come with a thinner design. In addition, the tablet is also rumored to be having a higher resolution than its predecessor, that is equal to 2560 x 1600 with a 16:10 aspect ratio.
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RIM Still Using Old Technology Flash

Although the majority of players in the mobile industry technology away from Adobe Flash, but RIM still intensive to continue its support for the platform.

RIM QNX division president / CEO, Dan Dodge said RIM will continue to develop Flash, at least for the output tablet, the BlackBerry PlayBook.

“As a licensee of Adobe, we will continue to use and release of our products, and look forward to enter the Flash 1.1.1 for BlackBerry PlayBook,” said Dodge, as quoted OktoMagazine from GMA News.

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Panasonic Trying to Sign Into Tablet Market

The rise of the vendor competition in the tablet market, it seems to make Panasonic wanted to participate in the competition. Panasonic Toughpad A1 release based on Android operating system.

Panasonic Toughpad A1 is a 10.1-inch tablet with Android 3.2 Honeycomb OS and processor Marvell 1.2 GHz Dual-Core. It has a capacity of 1 GB RAM, 16 GB of storage that can be added MicroSD up to 32 GB. Battery life is 10 hours long enough to move by using a tablet.

Weight 966.2 grams comes with a stylus pen. Sturdy design with a 4-foot MIL-STD-810G makes it resistant to ingress of dust and water. The temperature when operating in the range of 7.778 to 67.78 degrees Celsius.
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Boost Kindle, Amazon Earnings sales drop 70 percent

Profit king of online retail site based in Seattle USA reportedly dropped by 73 percent.

Bloomberg report, Amazon profit in the third quarter, down from U.S. $ 231 million to U.S. $ 63 million. Recently the company is experiencing a loss in the third quarter of 2001, in which the profit was only U.S. $ 68.9 million, far from the predictions of U.S. $ 150 million.

Analysts said the losses caused Amazon too eager to enter the tablet computer business. In order to pursue the production of Apple’s iPad sales, they also sell the Kindle at a price that is too low: U.S. $ 199. Even far below the price of the cheapest iPad variant. The research firm HIS Inc compute, Amazon suffered a loss of U.S. $ 10 from each unit they sell Kindle.
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Avoid SMS While Driving with Applications

We certainly have often heard a few rules that forbid us to call or send SMS when we are driving. The reason is quite clear: send SMS while driving can cause accidents that could endanger themselves apart, also others around us.

But unfortunately, regulation is apparently still often violated. We seem not too heed the prohibitions made in order to maintain the safety of the driver and other road users. In fact, according Texting Awareness Foundation, there are 6000 deaths and half a million injuries in the United States due to distracted concentration while driving by texting activity.

Fortunate application developers realize the danger posed by the activities of texting while driving. They eventually built a program that can help us to reduce the habit of texting while driving a motor vehicle. Here are some applications of anti-SMS-while-driving, as released by the site Mashable.
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IPad 2 Could hacked passwords

You feel secure when leaving your iPad 2 with a locked state? Not yet. Because it has found a way to break into the possession of advanced gadgets. It only takes a magnet from the fridge to be able to open the iPad 2. Do not believe?

Two external website, 9to5 Mac (http://bit.ly/nEGQCv) and Apfeltalk (http://bit.ly/oHcngA) have found a way to break into simplest iPad 2 . They say that by using the Apple Smart Cover accessory or an ordinary magnet, such as a refrigerator magnet ornament, simply create a password that protects the iPad 2 broken.

How? Pretty easy. You simply press the “power” (in the upper corner) until you see the words “slide to power off” on the screen. After that, you just move the magnets along the edge of the screen to the right of the iPad dims the screen and touch the “cancel” that appears.
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