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Thursday, April 24, 2008

the world's first 24kt Gold & Sapphires Macbook Air.

What would you feel if you have this type of macbook air? Many said ,it's for rich one or luxury thing.

"According to Alex, the Air is a standard 1.6ghz/2gb/80GB, with a 24-karat gold plating, polished exterior, and flat/crystallite interior. The price: $5000 USD (including the new MBA). "Diamonds and jewelry depend on what the customer asks for," Alex points out, "the rainbow is 14-karat gold with 3.8ctw sapphires and adds another $3000 USD." more on gizmodo.com





Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Woman gave birth to this quadruplets,3 of the four boys could seemly identical.Last january the babies were 11 weeks premature happened at Greater Baltimore Medical Center in Towson.



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Sunday, April 20, 2008

SANS solves mystery of mass Web site infections

The SANS institute has just revealed as what they've called the "rare gem"since january there are large number of websites has been hacked ,based on computer security investigation.

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Thursday, April 17, 2008

Google Inc.'s first-quarter profit climbed 30 percent to surpass analysts' predictions in a performance that alleviated some of the economic worries that have hammered the Internet search leader's stock this year.

The news, released after the stock market closed Thursday, lifted Google's recently drooping shares almost 18 percent.

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Monday, April 7, 2008

intel classmate pc


“Only 5 percent of the world’s children today have access to a PC or to the Internet,” Chien said. “Education is one of the best examples of how technology improves our lives. We have seen how technology helps teachers create fun learning experiences more efficiently. We have also been touched by children’s excitement when they are inspired by technology. The Intel-powered classmate PC is one of the ways we support the IT industry in spreading the benefits of technology in education for children around the world.”

The second-generation classmate PCs are built on Intel Celeron M processor with 802.11b/g Wi-Fi and mesh network capabilities. The top range of these netbooks includes a 9-inch LCD screen, 6-cell battery life, 512 MB memory, a 30 GB HDD (hard disk drive) storage and an integrated webcam. An Intel powered classmate PC supports Microsoft1 Windows1 XP and variants of the Linux1 operating environment. When pre-installed with the education software stack, these netbooks are ideal for classroom-learning environment. Software and content will be available in more than eight languages.

More than 80 software and hardware vendors, content providers, educational services providers and local OEMs have been working with Intel to develop a complete infrastructure that supports the Intel-powered classmate PC. They were present at today’s announcement in Shanghai.

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