Sticking With Microsoft

There has been a lot of negativity about Microsoft (MSFT) recently, including some pundits propagating the notion that it is “dying.” This is pretty absurd considering how much money the company makes. Here are Microsoft’s net income numbers for the last three years:$14.5B (2009), $17.6B (2008), $14B (2007). They are hauling in atRead More

Nokia announces 5530 Express Music

Nokia introduces a new Xpress music 5530 which is a cheaper version of 5800 Xpress Music.This touch enable music phone will be available in the markets very soon through carphone Warehouse which will sell the phone exclusively for six Weeks. Specifications 2G Network —-> GSM 850/900/1800/1900 Dimension —->104*49*13mm,68cc Weight —->107g Type —->TFT Resistence touch screen,16m colors Size —->360*640 pixels,2.9 inches Speakerphone—->3.5Read More

29 Illegal VoIP Gateways Raided in 1 Year

During the last one year, PTA and FIA conducted 29 successful raids on grey traffickers throughout Pakistan, which included small and big gateway operators. During these raids, a number of persons, including foreigners, were arrested along with confiscation of more than forty illegal gateway exchanges, hundreds of SIMs/connections and other accessories. In theRead More

White Chocolate

White chocolate is a concoction of milk, sugar and cocoa butter. It doesn’t contain any solid cocoa and therefore is often not regarded as chocolate at all. The ingredients alone show, that there is not much health benefit in the consumption of white chocolate. The only advantage over dark chocolate is, that whiteRead More

Dark chocolate A bittersweet pill to take

Chocolate is richer, darker and more indulgent than ever this holiday season, but don’t go double-dipping into the Godiva truffles and Hershey Kisses if you think this ancient food possesses magical medical benefits. Despite media reports over the past few years headlining the health perks of chocolate, especially darker varieties, many experts sayRead More

The world’s first 1,050 mph car BLOODHOUND stars at the Farnborough International Airshow

The BLOODHOUND Project today announces the achievement of significant milestones in this iconic engineering and education adventure: • 1.5 million school children in the BLOODHOUND Education Programme • Life size Show Car makes world début at Farnborough • 50% of the fuselage build now secured thanks to key product sponsor Hampson Industries • Three new sponsors signRead More

French scientists crack secrets of Mona Lisa

PARIS – The enigmatic smile remains a mystery, but French scientists say they have cracked a few secrets of the “Mona Lisa.” French researchers studied seven of the Louvre Museum’s Leonardo da Vinci paintings, including the “Mona Lisa,” to analyze the master’s use of successive ultrathin layers of paint and glaze – a technique that gaveRead More

PlayStation 3 Slim

If you’ve been holding off on buying a PlayStation 3 (PS3) for one of many reasons — it’s too expensive, it’s too big, it looks too much like a George Foreman Grill — then you may have run out of excuses with the PS3 Slim. This smaller, lighter, quieter, and more energy-efficient hardware comes inRead More

The Vision One Computer Workstation

There are desks, and then there’s the V1 ($1,700 starting price), an uncompromising workstation aimed squarely at appeasing the ergonomic needs of the seasoned PC gamer. The standard and corner-room configurations come in 35 colors like solid blue, metallic silver, and “rainbo” — yep, you read right — with finishes that include racing stripesRead More

Nvidia GeForce GTX 460

It’s been three and a half months sinceNvidia released its first GF100 “Fermi”DirectX 11 video card, the high-end GeForce GTX 480, and its lower-priced, lower-power siblings, the GTX 470 and the GTX 465. The cards have been the top performers of their price ranges ($500, $350, and $270), but only just—AMD’s ATI Radeon HD 5000 serieshave offeredRead More

52 Mind Power Secrets

The Power of Words as Manifesting Commands and the 7 Negative Word Habits to Eliminate Words are a manifesting power that is one level closer to manifesting in form than is the power of thought. A next level that is even closer to form is the manifesting power of deed or action. ARead More

How to burn fat fast

Foods to burn fat fast Eat fruit to block your body from storing fat grapefruit breaks down fat cells Berries contain pectin which forces fat tissues to release fat cells Apricots and melons flush out fat and waste products Cherries cleanse away waste products including fat deposit Green tea increases the body’s metabolic rateRead More

Mind Rays THE SEVEN RAYS

THE SEVEN RAYS THE SEVEN RAYS The Seven Rays is a metaphysical concept that has appeared in several religions and esoteric philosophies since at least the sixth century BCE, in both Western culture and in India. In the west, it can be seen in early western mystery traditions such as Gnosticism and theRead More

Natural Health Secrets

Hello and welcome! If you have tried and failed to resolve your chronic health condition, you may be ready to try something new. These natural health secrets and free holistic health information are for people who are keen to know what really works, in the field of complementary and holistic healing. This informationRead More

21 Ways to Make Fitness Fun

Stuck. Fed up. Bored stiff. For every way we express our mind-numbing exercise frustrations, there’s a totally simple way to break past it, says exercise physiologist Amy Dixon. Make gym time fun time with these energizing tips and bust out of your workout rut. MIND GAMES 1. The most important part of gettingRead More

6 Fat-Fighting Foods

FAT-FIGHTING FOODS If you’re trying to pare down your pot belly, nibble on these 1.berries Yes, fat keeps us warm, protected, and alive. But too much of a good thing can be, well, bad. If you’re trying to pare down your pot belly, nibble on these You probably know that fiber is theRead More

US author journeys from Twitter

A San Francisco-based writer who first published his novel on Twitter — all 95,000 words of it — was celebrating Bastille Day on Wednesday with the launch of a print version of his book. “It’s a lot easier to read this way,” Matt Stewart said of the traditional paper format of his debut novel, “TheRead More

Blizzard’s Real ID Snafu: 4 Lessons

Blizzard became the target of its own flame war after deeming that its forums would soon require the use of real life names. The Battle.net community backlash forced Blizzard to backpedal, removing the Real ID requirement in forums for World of Warcraft and Starcraft II. However, Blizzard head Mike Morhaime’s language (“we’ve decidedRead More