Technology

The Real Steve Jobs? The Real Oscar De La Hoya ? The Real President Obama

September 20, 2013

What’s real about Steve Jobs?       What’s real about Oscar De La Hoya?             What’s real about President Obama?    All three of these men have been in the news this past week and talk will continue for some time. Steve’s dead and there’s a new movie out […]

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3 New Navy Ships

October 28, 2012

USS REAGAN Seeing it next to the Arizona Memorial really puts its size into perspective… ENORMOUS! When the Bridge pipes ‘Man the Rail’ there is a lot of rail to man on this monster: shoulder to shoulder, around 4.5 acres. Her displacement is about 100,000 tons with full complement. Capability Top speed exceeds 30 knots, powered […]

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Kim Dotcom: Megaupload Will Return!

July 7, 2012

In January, the FBI  shut down MEGAUPLOAD, the file-sharing site of the German Internet millionaire “Kim Dotcom” (Kim Schmitz) and arrested the overweight businessman. Now he is back – with bold plans! “SOPA is dead. Pipa is dead. ACTA is dead. MEGA will return”, Schmitz wrote on Twitter, ” Bigger Better Faster, for free, and […]

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The All New iPad

August 14, 2011

You know them for their sleek design, all touch screens, light and thin and all effective at the same time. The iPad is a love for many. The iPad which is a line of tablet computers designed, developed and marketed by Apple inc. primarily as a platform for audio –visual media including books, periodicals, movies, […]

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Leonardo DiCaprio – Going Green

August 9, 2011

No, he hasn’t been spotted planting trees in a nearby forest or launched off a recycling plant in his neighbourhood. He has recently bought a hybrid sports car that is generating lots of buzz in the eco –conscious world. The car is worth a whopping $100,000 and has the ability to go from zero to […]

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The Hypersonic Mach 20

August 3, 2011

The world of technology is quickly growing with speed and performance being sought to further turn the world into a much smaller village. There has been attempts by scientists may it be in terms of planes, cars or even ships. Recently an attempt to further increase on speed in travel from one place to another […]

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The New Cadillac Record

August 2, 2011

This may sound like a publicity stunt where the United States opened the Orleans County Fair in Barton, Vermont with a collection of 298 Cadillacs was brought together in a caravan and stretched nearly a mild down state route 2. This gathering broke the previous record of 102, which was held by the city of […]

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WebOS – The Monster Phone That Never Was

July 31, 2011

Let’s start off with some history about the device for those of you who might have no clue of what a webOS is. webOS is a proprietary mobile operating system running on the Linux Kernel, initially developed by Palm, which was later acquired by Hewlett-Packard (HP) in April 2010 for a massive 1.2 billion U.S […]

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Google Must Be Vetted Before It Can Acquire Motorola

July 23, 2011

Just as the giant software company, Google, is set to acquire Motorola in an acquisition deal worth $12.5 billion, the government has set in to closely monitor the process and hold up Google for scrutiny following existing allegations of employing dirty tricks to win vantage competitive position in a way that will set it at […]

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Dressage

July 17, 2009

Experience that the deuce-ace canonical dressage exercises admit figures, such every bit serpentines and circles; movements, which is how a equus caballus moves laterally (sideways); and transitions, which is how the equus caballus changes from pace to pace. Meet a grudge from one and only to cinque book of judges. The book of judges assess […]

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