Monday, March 29, 2010

for gamer Final Fantasy On PS3

Its no secret that PS3 owners love the Final Fantasy franchise. The community has gobbled up just about every PSOne re-release on the Playstation Network. It seems like Final Fantasyfans will be in for another treat as there are some hints that Final Fantasy IX may be coming to PSN soon.

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The blooming market for phone applications could mean more apps are sold than CDs two years from now. A study predicts the current annual sales of 7 billion apps last year will rise to 50 billion by that time.

What Technology Can Do

Technology can be utilized in lots of different ways, many of them for personal gain. But while tech is well known for allowing people in relationships to hook up, it can also be used to catch a wayward partner in the act. And monitoring each other is something a lot of couples do.

According to The Telegraph, researchers from the London School of Economics, the University of Oxford, and Nottingham Trent University, conducted a study of 1,000 British couples. Titled ‘Netiquette within married couples’, the study looked at how couples use technology to effectively spy on what their partner is up to.

The results suggest that one in five spouses check their other half’s texts or emails. 10 percent of women and six percent of men also admitted to having checked the browser history of their partners. While one percent of both sexes had used computer monitoring software or posed as someone else to try and catch a partner out.

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Future hot car's

An electric car is a car powered by an electric motor rather than a gasoline engine.Electric car can be charged overnight on an ordinary household current. It has a range of 50 miles and a top speed of 62 miles per hour.

From the outside, you would probably have no idea that a car is electric. In most cases, electric cars are created by converting a gasoline-powered car, and in that case it is impossible to tell. When you drive an electric car, often the only thing that clues you in to its true nature is the fact that it is nearly silent.

Under the hood, there are a lot of differences between gasoline and electric cars:

* The gasoline engine is replaced by an electric motor.
* The electric motor gets its power from a controller.
* The controller gets its power from an array of rechargeable batteries.

A gasoline engine, with its fuel lines, exhaust pipes, coolant hoses and intake manifold, tends to look like a plumbing project. An electric car is definitely a wiring project.

In o rder to get a feeling for how electric cars work in general, let's start by looking at a typical electric car to see how it comes together.

Electric cars create less pollution than gasoline-powered cars, so they are an environmentally friendly alternative to gasoline-powered vehicles

Programming language for the future

Among survey's java has got the highest point among programming language but there is a possibility someday that java will change by ruby. That's from there compatibility from different platforms. We know that java application is popular today because of mobile phone as well as websites all over the world are made of java but not all majority only. Why ruby will become the successor of java. Ruby has a similarity with java and as of now many programmer's try to use ruby as there platform on the web application. Also it is a open source!!!

Saturday, March 27, 2010

mac iPad or Tablet PC

One of the accessories Apple showed off was the iPad Keyboard Dock, which includes a full-size keyboard—similar to Apple’s current aluminum keyboard, but with a few iPad-specific keys—that you can use for input. In fact, when using the external keyboard, the iPad’s onscreen keyboard disappears, letting your document fill the entire screen.
The iPad also supports Bluetooth keyboards, so you can type without having to physically connect the iPad to a keyboard—though you might want to prop the tablet up somehow so you can actually see what you’re typing.

Ubuntu Linux Lucid Lynx


"Lucid Lynx" is the code name for Ubuntu 10.04, scheduled for release on 29 April 2010. See the Lucid release schedule.

See also the Ubuntu Developer Summit for Lucid, which took place from November 16th to 20th, 2009 at the Renaissance Hotel in Dallas, Texas, United States.

And check the technical overview for the latest update link and technical information about Lucid.