Thursday, June 30, 2011

AMD's Next-Generation Opteron "Bulldozer" Chips to Feature Adjustable TDP

AMD's Interlagos and Valencia to Sport TDP Power Cap Feature

Advanced Micro Devices next-generation Opteron microprocessors based on Bulldozer micro-architecture will support capability to adjust maximum thermal design power (TDP). The technology will allow customers to regulate TDPs in order to balance power consumption and performance of data centers.

Today's AMD Opteron processors allow turning off processor states in order to reduce power consumption, though that ultimately can lead to somewhat lower performance. Still, some large server users value power efficiency higher than pure performance. AMD promises that code-named Interlagos and Valencia will be able to reduce the TDP and maintain performance level of the chips.

"With today’s AMD Power Cap Manager, you can limit the processor P-states and cut power consumption although this limits the processor’s ability to get to the top frequency (which is also the most power-hungry spot on the curve as you can imagine).  By essentially “locking out” the top P-state, the processor never gets into that state, even under heavy utilization, helping cut down total power to the processor," explained John Fruehe, director of product marketing for server, embedded and FireStream products at AMD.

With the new TDP Power Cap for AMD Opteron  processors based on the upcoming “Bulldozer” core, customers will be able to set TDP power limits in 1W increments.  This means that instead of having to choose between different TDPs for processors, one can actually buy any power range and then modulate down.
Reducing per-processor TDP slightly means that it will be possible to install more processors into pre-specified power budget without compromising performance significantly. Moreover, if a workload does not exceed the new modulated power limit, one can still get top speed because since the top P-state is unlocked and allows to reach a power level.


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Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Google +1 button begins global rollout!

Google's +1 button has seemingly had the result desired for the search engine, as today sees its proportion from the US to the UK, France, Germany and Japan, with the rest of the world following shortly.

The +1 button is a fairly new addition to Google's arsenal of weapons in its never-ending fight against content farms and other low-quality websites. With its launch internationally, the same results tuning that +1 has been affording to the US search results pages can now work its magic on all of Google's localised, international results pages as well.

Of course its not just Google that benefits from the better search results provided by the use of the +1 button. Sites producing quality content, and with a loyal reader base could well see their rankings improved. And as +1 users' recommendations are flagged to friends on results pages, it's possible that sites may see increased traffic, too.

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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

DDR4 crossover to come in 2014!

Market research firm iSuppli has released a new report that takes a closer look at the DRAM module market. As one might expect, DDR3 dominates. It's expected to make up the lion's share of the market until 2014, when iSuppli thinks next-gen DDR4 modules will take the lion's share of the market.

DDR3 debuted on desktops with Intel's P35 Express chipset just over four years ago. Although it was relatively expensive at the time, prices fell pretty quickly, allowing DDR3 to reach 24% market share in 2009. The third-gen DDR standard took over the following year, and iSuppli expects an even quicker ramp for DDR4. The research firm predicts that DDR4 will more than quadruple its market share after its first year on the market.
While DDR2 prices are predictably on the rise, DDR3 is incredibly cheap these days. You can snag an 8GB dual-channel kit of name-brand DIMMs for only $65. A similiar SO-DIMM kit for notebooks costs just $3 more.


X-bitlabs news about DDR4:

Monday, June 27, 2011

AMD Bulldozer FX-8130P test!

"Engineering sample surfaced"

In overclocking test,the engineering processor AMD Bulldozer FX-8130P achieved the frequency of 4.63GHz and passed Super-PI test,at which time the CPU voltage had exceeded 1.5V.

More about test on:

New Intel Core i7-980 released!

Intel Silently Retires i7-970, Introduces Non-Extreme i7-980 

The Core i7-980X Extreme Edition processor may have been taken off Intel's menu (although it's still available for orders until September 30th) but now another, very similar hexa-core chip has taken its place, offering pretty much the same performance for a lower price tag.

The 'new' hexa-core in question is the Core i7-980, a version of the i7-980X that lacks an unlocked multiplier but still features six cores clocked at 3.33 GHz, 12 threads, 12MB of L3 cache, and a TDP of 130W.

The Core i7-980 is a 32nm part, it can be used with LGA1366 motherboards and has a price tag of $583.

More news on:

Bright Side Of News - Intel Silently Retires i7-970 and Introduces Non-Extreme i7-980
TechConnect Magazine - Intel releases the non-extreme Core i7-980 hexa-core CPU
NordicHardware - New Intel Core i7-980 released
techPowerUp! - Core i7-980 Released at US $583
CPU World - Intel releases Core i7-980 processor
AKIBA PC Hotline! - LGA1366 - CPU i7-980 (3.33GHz)

Intel - PDF file: Intel Processor Pricing Effective!

Sunday, June 26, 2011

Who’s following you back on Twitter!

"Manage your Twitter followers with ManageFlitter"

With ManageFlitter you can easily give your Twitter account a cleaner and neater look by filtering your following list. This tool helps you to enhance the quality of your homepage.

It is better to get rid of those that are inactive or those who are not following your tweets. It does not only increases your weight but also make your homepage junk-free. ManageFlitter provides you with the perfect tool to see and determine who are inactive, who are not following you back, whose profile does not include an avatar etc in your twitter account. These features are pretty handy as it helps distinguish the spammers from the non spammers.

Good: Super Easy Interface, trendy web 2.0 interface, nice user control, completely free (standard account)!

Bad: Only shows the last 5,000 people you have followed due to Twitter’s API limits, slow to load, Times out (If you multi-task while you’re waiting for the last action to complete, it may time out and you’ll have to reload).

The "free" version includes the following:

- Who you’re following but who’s not following you back
- Friend with no profile images
- People who haven’t posted a tweet in the past month
- People who are “talkative” and tweet more than 5X/day
- People who are “quiet” and tweet less than once/day
- You can do bio searches for anyone that you follow, as well as search their recent tweets

The “Pro” version includes:

- Unlimited daily follow and unfollows. (Standard accounts have a 1000 follow/unfollow limit).
- Track everyone who has unfollowed you and when, and receive detailed email reports of who has followed or unfollowed you daily, weekly or monthly.
- Quickly follow everyone who has recently @replied to you, or retweeted you.
- In the future, there will be detailed reports of your extended social graph. Find out who all your friends are following and you aren’t.

The best thing about "basic-standard" ManageFlitter is that, it offers a wide collection of features for free.

ManageFlitter offers a suite of basic services for free, and premium services for $12/month. The only problem with the premium package is ManageFlitter doesn’t make it easy to see what’s included, which makes it difficult to know whether it’s worth the money.

ManageFlitter is a fun application. It simply lets you find who is not following you, no registration, no entering Twitter credentials. So if you are unsure "if your best friend" is following you or not, simply discover that by visiting It is a solid tool for anyone trying to get a handle on their friends and followers. I highly recommend it if you are being overwhelmed by the spammers.

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Asus "ultra-portable" U36

ASUS has launched its ultra-portable U36 laptop in the UK, priced at £699 including VAT.

Powered by a standard-voltage Intel Core i5 CPU, the U36 - with its 19mm thick chassis - is billed as the world's thinnest laptop and is manufactured from a lightweight magnesium alloy with nanometer coating. ASUS tells us that the U36 can therefore stand its ground against dirt, water and fingerprint marks.
Powering the 13.3in display are graphics capabilities - including Optimus technology - from NVIDIA, and ASUS claims that battery life extends up to 10 hours. What's more, the U36 can apparently tease the 11.5 hour mark, thanks to the ability for users to disable USB 3.0 functionality.
Available in black or silver colour options, the U36 wraps-up with 802.11 b/g/n wireless functionality, 500GB storage capacity, and a weight of 1.44kg.


PowerColor officially launched its dual-GPU HD 6870 X2

PowerColor has officially launched its dual-GPU HD 6870 X2 graphics card.

With a total of 2,240 stream processors (1,120 per GPU) and 2,048MB GDDR5 (1,024MB per GPU), the dual-Barts XT GPUs churn out speeds of 900MHz, with the onboard memory running at 1,050MHz (4,200MHz effective).
PowerColor tells us that the HD 6870 X2 harnesses ‘Platinum Power Kit' - comprising of a 13-phase PWM, and superior components, to deliver stability and operating efficiency. The cooling solution uses Heat Pipe Direct Touch (HDT) technology, and is said to deliver markedly improved heat dissipation properties, compared to a copper base.

Availability is scheduled for early July, but there's no official confirmation of pricing just yet.


Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Looking for a good Sci-Fi reading? E-book "The Frequency" is the perfect choice!

He was her best friend. She was the only one who was able to see him - up to the day when he suddenly disappeared. Forever? Was he just a product of her imagination or was there some deeper truth?

The novel The Frequency is first set in a small European country Slovenia where we meet the main protagonist Ina Kralj. Before she starts elementary school she has a best friend only she can see. But soon he vanishes and Ina is not sure anymore if he was real or not. The setting shifts to New York where Ina travels to continue her studies. Maybe there is a deeper purpose hidden in her decision...
The story also speaks about how irrelevant it is where we come from since an individual's soul is not limited by physical borders. The romantic plot full of dark twists and a dramatic dénouement is interlaced with the protagonists' special abilities and interesting messages which lead us to believe that the truth may lie in the absolute devotion to something higher than us and in the faith in the message: ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE.

To be more exact...

The story speaks about Ina, a girl who spends the last days before school with her friend Ravi. But she is the only one who can see him. Ina's parents are concerned about her slightly asocial behavior because they believe her friend is just a figment of her imagination. They want her to have a social life, to become a normal child with real friends. Their wish comes true when she enters elementary school. This is also the time when she loses touch with Ravi and his inexplicable disappearance causes her a lot of pain. During elementary school she is unable to become a part of the crowd because she feels too different from her peers. Her maturity, open-mind and the broadness of her soul contribute to her decision to move to New York after finishing elementary school and continue her education there. From this part on the story acquires a new dimension and the plot becomes interlaced with many romantic moments and dark twists. The events set in New York disclose to the reader whether Ina's friend is real or not. The story also further describes their real relationship and connection. But the real test is in wait for Ina when she meets a mysterious, slightly charming but scary older man. It is no coincidence that his dislike of Ina is the consequence of the tight connection between Ravi and her. The relationship between Ina and Ravi is tested one last time by the mysterious man's evil act which is the result of his lack of power. It is only the use of special powers which are the result of the main protagonists' surrender to the deeper truth that can bring about their happy future.

About the author!

The author, Janja Sreckar, enjoys reading science-fiction novels. She is especially drawn to the protagonists with special powers. She has a wide array of favorite authors and their main quality is that they strengthen the message they wish to convey with the use of love and humor. Among her favorite authors are Charlotte Bronte, Stephenie Meyer, Stephen Turoff, Shirlie Maclaine, Gustav Silih and Bogdan Novak. Her passion for reading and being creative in this field (she has been writing poems since age 9) have inspired her to start thinking about writing a book; a story that would contain a deeper message. She found the inspiration for the right story, shape, style and form about a year ago. The author believes that her story contains all the qualities she loves in science-fiction novels - and something more than this. The feedback in the test group shows that the work has all the necessary ingredients to develop into a well-accepted and sought-after literary work.
Janja Sreckar majored in teaching music and devoted her life to art at the very early age of 3. She has acted in a traveling theatre for 20 years where she has also authored lyrics for songs and scripts for plays.

If you love Sci-Fi! Read this e-book the Frequency in PDF or ePUB format. Compatible with your e-reader device! Then this is your next trilogy to read.

Science fiction novel The Frequency is a unique e-book; it is available in two well-known formats to enable the best possible support for various devices. These are PDF (Adobe Reader) and EPUB formats. That way you can read your copy of the science fiction e-book The Frequency on any device supporting these formats.

The devices supporting these formats:
          - Apple iPad (using Apple iBooks)
          - iPhone and iPod Touch (using Lexcycle Stanza , Glider)
          - Sony Reader
          - Barnes and Noble nook
          - Hanlin eReader
          - COOL-ER
          - eSlick
          - Kindle 2, 3 and 4
          - Bookeen Cybook Gen3, Cybook Opus
          - iRex Digital Reader 1000
          - iRex Digital Reader 800
          - Phones/devices using Android
          - PocketBook Reader
          - Ctaindia's eGriver Ebook Reader
          - Windows Phone 7
          - Computer: Windows, Mac OS X and GNU/Linux
          - Prestigio - PER3152B, PER3072B, PER3052B, Libretto PER3162B/PER5062B

More about e-book you'll find on official website: and

Saturday, June 18, 2011

Grab official Firefox 5 final ahead of schedule

Official release of Firefox 5.0 from:
Download official Firefox 5.0 final: (External/Author)

The official release date of Firefox 5 has been set to June 21, which is three days from today. If you do not want to wait until then to play around with the latest stable release of the popular web browser, you can go ahead and download it! If you want to be on the safe side, or want to upgrade or install Firefox 5 in a productive environment, it is better to wait until the official release announcement.
So what’s new in Firefox 5? The release notes list the following new features and changes:
  • Added support for CSS animations
  • The Do-Not-Track header preference has been moved to increase discoverability
  • Improved canvas, JavaScript, memory, and networking performance
  • Improved standards support for HTML5, XHR, MathML, SMIL, and canvas
  • Improved spell checking for some locales
  • Improved desktop environment integration for Linux users
  • WebGL content can no longer load cross-domain textures
  • Background tabs have setTimeout and setInterval clamped to 1000ms to improve performance
  • The Firefox development channel switcher introduced in previous Firefox Beta updates has been removed
Those are almost exclusively under the hood changes, some may be noticeable on day to day like the improved performance.
It should be noted that Firefox 5 introduces HTTP Transaction sorting by CWND which can improve page loading times considerably. See Firefox 5 Gets Faster Connections, Up Next: Memory Improvements for an in depths review and explanation of that feature.
The do not head tracker preference has been moved to the Privacy tab to get more exposure. Users can activate it to send a “do not track” request to each website they open in Firefox.

Interested users can access the complete list of bugs fixed in Firefox 5 here. Each entry links to Bugzilla where additional information can be found.

Friday, June 17, 2011

GIGABYTE First to Bring AM3+ CPU Support to Entry Level Motherboards!

GIGABYTE TECHNOLGY Co. Ltd., a leading manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards, today announced the new revision 3.1 GA-M52LT-D3P, GA-M68MT-D3P and GA-M68MT-S2P motherboards now offer AMD AM3+ CPU support, providing users with an entry level solution that will still be able to take advantage of upcoming AMD FX series processors.

“GIGABYTE continues to provide its customers with options for their motherboards, including high-end CPU compatibility with entry level motherboards, because in our experience there are customers out there who need this combination,” commented Henry Kao, VP of Worldwide Service and Marketing at GIGABYTE. “In addition to bringing our signature GIGABYTE features such as Ultra Durable 2 Classic, 4+1 phase VRM support, On/Off Charge and 3X USB Power to mainstream and entry level segments, now users can also be assured that their motherboard is able to take full advantage of all the performance enhancements that AMD’s upcoming AM3+ CPUs have to offer.”

AMD FX Processor Support

GIGABYTE AM3+ motherboards feature the new AM3+ socket which support the forthcoming high performance AMD FX series processors, the first ever consumer oriented processors to feature up to 8 native processing cores, enabling incredible performance in processor-intensive applications like video editing and 3D model rendering with unrivalled application multitasking.

AM3+ Black Socket

GIGABYTE AM3+ motherboards also incorporate the new AM3+ ‘Black Socket’ which signifies support for AMD’s upcoming FX series processors, as well as backwards compatibility with AMD AM3 based Phenom II and Athlon II processors. The AM3+ ‘Black Socket’ also features more efficient power loading and improved heatsink mounting.

Ultra Durable™ 2 Classic

GIGABYTE was the first motherboard manufacturer to realize the importance of using only the highest quality components for the critically important CPU VRM zone of the motherboard which is responsible for delivering stable power to the CPU. The GIGABYTE Ultra Durable™ 2 Classic design utilizes Solid Capacitors manufactured in Japan which are rated to last for at least 50,000 hours in operational use and also Lower RDS(on) MOSFETs which feature lower resistance, i.e. reduced power consumption and heat.

4+1 Phase VRM

These latest AM3+ motherboards feature a Split Power Plane design, with 4+1 phase VRM. This allows for more stable power delivery to the CPU, as well as help smooth out power ripple and noise which is important for clean CPU power delivery.

On/Off Charge Technology

GIGABYTE On/Off Charge technology allows you to charge your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch regardless of whether your PC is on, in standby mode or even off. A derivative of GIGABYTE's highly acclaimed 3x USB Power feature, On/Off Charge enables devices to draw more current from GIGABYTE motherboard USB ports than standard USB ports allow, so that charging from your PC can be as fast as with a charger


GIGABYTE motherboards feature a 3x USB power boost, delivering greater compatibility and extra power for USB devices. GIGABYTE’s unique USB power design is also able to efficiently regulate output over the full voltage range, which greatly enhances USB device compatibility. In addition, dedicated lower resistance fuses ensure lower voltage drops, and provide more stable and plentiful power delivery.

More about Gigabyte 3X power on this page! Extremely Powerful GIGABYTE USB 3.0 3X Power!


Wednesday, June 15, 2011

How to convert non-Amazon books for the Kindle!

If you have a Kindle and want to use a non-Amazon e-books! Then youre on right place!

Amazon doesn’t show the way to make it clear how to use non-Amazon sources (we wouldn’t expect any less really, they have a business model to support and encourage). It’s really easy with the use of a free and open-source application called Calibre. Calibre can easily convert many, many, document formats into Kindle friendly formats (such as ePUB,  LIT, LRF, and more to the MOBI format used by the Kindle).  Think of Calibre as a media manager for your books (much like iTunes is common and popular media manager for music). You can download Calibre here or, to get a feel for the application, read guide from "How-To-Geek" to convert PDF to ePUB format with Calibre. All you need to do is exchanged PDF for whatever format you want to convert and select MOBI instead of ePUB and you’ll be all set. Plug in your Kindle, copy the files, and enjoy!

Now enjoy reading a non-Amazon e-books on your Kindle!

How to Shrink Videos to Fit Your Android Phone with VLC!

If you want to put a video on your Android phone, you’ll probably need to shrink it down to fit the size of the screen and make it take up less space. There’s lots of conversion software out there, but did you know you can do it with VLC?
There’s a lot more you can do with VLC, for instance,  you can also copy a DVD with VLCtake snapshots of your favorite movie scenes, or you can use it to convert video from one type to another. Before you convert any videos, you need to know the encoding specification of your phone. For example, this is the video encoding specification of Droid X.

Add as many videos as you want, and when you are ready, click the “convert/save” button to adjust their size, or video file type.

Choose “convert” to adjust the video size.

Pick a folder, an appropriate file name, and a video file type under the profile section.

VLC can convert your media files into different video file types. Ogg, mp4, divx, are only some of video file types that VLC supports.

Click the profile button, and specify custom settings that are compatible with your Android specification.

Give the new profile an appropriate name.

Check the settings  under the video and audio, and change them to match the video encoding of your Android. We found that ogg produced smaller videos compare to other file types.

A media file contains a video, an audio stream, or both – and VLC lets you control the media stream that you want to produce. If you are only interested in listening to the music, untick the Video check box under the video codec tab, and select the audio stream under the audio codec tab.

You can reduce the file size even further by lowering the video or audio bitrate, but of course, you’ll get a video with a bad quality.

Once you have confirmed the settings, save the profile, and click the start button.

VLC will enter a streaming mode, and depending on the video, this may take some time. Once the seek bar reaches the end, you should see a new video under the specified destination file folder.

Once you’re done, just hook up your phone to your PC with a USB cable, and copy the file over into the Videos folder.
Download VLC

Source: How-To-Geek

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Linux Live LiLi, The Bootable Linux Thumb Drive Creation Software!

Linux Live have created a neat little software package that can help you create Bootable Linux OS thumb drives that can be opened under Windows. LiLi allows you to create live USB stick with any distro you would like enabling you to save files and setting between reboots.
Each drive you create using LiLi comes with is own VirtualBox allowing you to boot it from directly from within Windows.  No knowledge of VirtualBox is required as it automatically creates an .exe file on your new Linux drive that will take you directly into a virtualised session of your desired mobile distro.

Another neat feature of the Linux Live LiLi software is the ability for it to hides your uploaded data files, so snoopers browsing your USB drive will not be able to see anything you’ve saved onto it.
You can download LiLi from the Linux Live website and full instructions on how to use the new Linux Live LiLi software can be found over on How to Geek

Source : Lifehacker

Monday, June 13, 2011

World’s Smallest Transistor (2nm in size) developed by joint research of South Korean, Japanese and British scientists!

Logic gates on Processors are created using Trasistors. And more the number of transistors present on the processor, more is the performance gain of the system. So, Scientists are always trying their level best to reduce the size of transistors to make them as small as possible, as it would lead to faster processing and greater performance by devices using them.
There was a joint research performed at the Chungbuk National University in South Korea, where the team of scientists from South Korea, Japan and Britain was led by professor Choi Jung-bum. This team worked on the applications of the quantum effect to successfully create the world’s smallest transistor.
Smallest Transistor
A local researcher at the University said, “This transistor could be used to enhance the capabilities of mobile electronic devices”. So, even when we already have dual-core mobile processors with good processing capabilities, we can surely expect more!
Professor Choi Jung-bum said, “The quantum effect transistor, which is just 2 nanometers in size, can operate in regular room temperature and effectively changes the entire paradigm of such devices” (read: mobile devices)
No words regarding the mass production or the availability were mentioned.

New AMD Bulldozer Zambezi-FX Processor Roadmap Leaked!

The folks over at DonanimHaber have released yet another new AMD Roadmap that details the upcoming AMD Bulldozer (Zambezi-FX) Processors all they way to the end of Q1 2012 that is worth taking a look at. It seems that a roadmap leak happens every couple weeks and what makes this interesting is that all of the processors have part numbers now and the first four are still planned for release in early Q3. The last AMD desktop CPU roadmap that we posted didn't have part numbers! The four FX processors that are scheduled to be released first are listed below:
  • FX-8150 (125w, 8 Cores, 8MB L3 Cache)
  • FX-8100 (95w, 8 Cores, 8MB L3 Cache)
  • FX-6100 (95w, 6 Cores, 8MB L3 Cache)
  • FX-4100 (95w, 4 Cores, up to 8MB L3 Cache)
After that you'll have to wait until the middle of Q4 and then the four processors listed below will be released. The frequencies are not yet known but we are fairly certain that they will be slightly faster than the Q3 processors!
  • FX-8170 (125w, 8 Cores, 8MB L3 Cache)
  • FX-8120 (95w, 8 Cores, 8MB L3 Cache)
  • FX-6120 (95w, 6 Cores, 8MB L3 Cache)
  • FX-4120 (95w, 4 Cores, up to 8MB L3 Cache)

AMD FX Processor Roadmap

Bulldozer FX-based processors to be seen from the table above are the first quad-core FX-4100, the six-core and eight-core FX-8100 FX-6100 FX-8150 model with the market in the third quarter, AMD sunucak, by the end of the beginning of the 2012 final to take the last orders sevkilyatlarını plans to take the market by realizing these models. AMD, Bulldozer FX processors, the first models in the last quarter before taking the market from October to November-December period, ie running at higher clock speeds than the quad-core FX-4120, the six-core and eight-core FX-6100 FX-8120 and FX-81 701 modelerini will be marketed. Bulldozer, AMD plans to do with the 2012 series of evolution, towards the middle of next year at Trinity plans to introduce processors, code-named Bulldozer. These processors, the Bulldozer architecture will have hybrid versions of the Fusion is designed and the level of the Radeon HD 6700 integrated graphics unit will have. Bulldozer doğrulanmasa is not yet official in the Trinity series processors contain 2 billion transistors, and it is claimed that half of the integrated graphics unit to be welded.
Can't wait to get one of this in my rig!

Saturday, June 11, 2011

Tor browser!

Browse anonymously!

Tor browser bundle lets you use Tor on Windows without installing any additional software. It can be used with flash support USB, comes with pre-configured Web browser Firefox, and is independent. If you have problems because of your IP address, such as: you can not download anything from sharing services, or simply be somewhere to register with the local IP ... Tor Browser Bundle to help you

The Tor software protects you by bouncing your traffic on a distributed network of servers, run by volunteers from around the world: it does not allow monitoring of your Internet connection and get information about what sites you visit, it does not open the sites you visit some information about your physical location, and allows you to visit blocked sites.

More about Tor browser you can find here:

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Logitech TV Cam review!

My review! Logitechs TV Cam for you, your friends and family! All on HDTV for free!

 Now you can see your friends and family on HDTV. All from the comfort of your couch. Logitech TV Cam, will give everyone the chance to communicate in a very relaxing way! With the Logitech TV Cam you can call any webcam, anywhere in the world right from your HDTV. No one time or monthly fees. It's free as long as everyone's using the free Vid HD software on a Mac, Windows PCs, or Logitech Revue. You can (video) chat with Skype and Google TV. Logitech Vid HD software is really easy to use.

More about my full review you can find on Squidoo lens: Logitech TV Cam review!

TOP 10 mini USB 2.0 flash drives for your pocket 2012!

My review about mini USB flash drives!

Which one will get the crown in mini USB 2.0 flash drive! To be a best mini usb drive for your pocket. Well, check it out now! Find your stylish mini USB flash drive! This time i will try to introduce some top mini USB flash drives from brand names as Kingston, Patriot, Super Talent, PQI, LaCie, HP, Verbatim and Corsair;

Why is a mini USB 2.0 flash drive so special!

Mini, memory, i-stick, ultra-portable mini, portable flash drive, thumb drive, USB stick, mini flash key, USB pendrive, penny drive, ultra small flash drive, you name it! So many names for a miniature USB 2.0 flash device!

Mini USB flash drives are so small, that they fit in every pocket, wallet, on your keychain or even on a cell phone for a decoration. So you can keep your important data with you all the time. That makes them ideal for transporting MP3s, digital images, presentations, movies, document, back up, portable e-mails, bootable USB flash drives or use it in your car to play music, etc, etc. Some are stylish, sturdy, plastic, fragile, but all are compact and unique!
They say, good things come in small packages. So, let's check it out!

More about my full review you can find on Squidoo lens Best mini usb drives!

Friday, June 3, 2011

Welcome to my G-Blog!

Squidoo is a collection of single, focused web pages called lenses created by the members of this content publishing network. You know what they say - everyone's an expert on something!

Here you can find some interesting reviews about my widgets! On Squidoo site you can make your lenses "which is a great community" and earn with them money!

Here are my two lenses:
Review about Logitech TV Cam: 
Best mini USB flash drives: