Here we go with yet another Android 2.1 for Xperia X10 item. Earlier we wrote about it but only this time, we have got the official news juice and it looks tasty and mouth-watering. Yes, that’s right Sony Ericsson themselves have confirmed the firmware update possibility for the overly hyped handset.
As a matter of fact, the whole Xperia X10 family will be getting the latest Android update. Xperia X10 Pro and Xperia X10 Mini, the younger brothers of the Xperia X10, will be getting the update in Q4 of 2010.
While this seems good news, it is not the best thing that could happen to the X10 [...]
As a parent, in all areas of your life there are things you have to consider that you never had to before you had children. This is true of what you buy at the grocery store, where you go on the weekend, and what type of car you drive, just to name a few examples. A tiny sports car looks great and is fun to drive, but just doesn’t work well when you have car seats! Which is why when you go to buy a new or used car for your family, it’s as important to find good car dealers as it is to buy a good car. So what should you look for in car dealers when you have children?
Adobe Inc, has released Adobe Creative Suite 5, in 5 different family editions and with 15 associated technologies and with a lot of new features.
Adobe CS5 includes a brand new component, Adobe Flash Catalyst which improves the collaborative process between designer and developer.
Besides the new versions of different products as Photoshop, Flash, Illustrator, Bridge, After Effects, Fireworks etc Adobe CS5 also includes the support to create much anticipating applications for Flash Player 10.1 and Adobe AIR 2 for mobile phone screens.
You may read the full Adobe’s press release to find [...]
Israeli genealogy site MyHeritage has completed its third acquisition, buying Germany’s OSN. OSN operates seven genealogy sites including Verwandt.de in Germany, Moikrewni.pl in Poland and Dynastree.com in the US. It was launched in 2007 just after LA-based Geni and, at first, it was just your typical German clone. But it added features and grew fast in older European markets like Germany and Poland, and even emerging markets like Brazil. In a clone-rarity, OSN grew twice as fast as Geni in the early days according to TechCrunch.
The merger gives MyHeritage a lot of new features and a whopping [...]
Elane claims that the German economy was in trouble, so the Germans opened the concentration and death camps in order to create more jobs. She says “suddenly they had jobs. They were making pillows out of human hair, jewelry out of gold inlays, fertilizer out of the bones.”
Dr. Geller addresses Waldorf College about her experiences during the Holocaust. Photo by Sarah Sly.
Holocaust survivor addresses Waldorf College as part of Spring Convocation series
Molly Lumley – Tuesday, March 31, 2009The Lobbyist
In a rare opportunity, students and community members witnessed a piece of [...]
1827 – William Legrand, son of a fallen family, came to Sullivan Island, South Carolina, to flee the misery.
Wandering on the island, he discovers a rare bug, made of gold. He uses a piece of paper to take it. At night, he draws the bug on this same piece of paper, as he is explaining the adventure to his friend Edgar, standing in front of the fireplace. As William takes back the paper, he realises that symbols appeared on it. It must be an invisible ink, revealed by the heat. From that moment, William thinks it is a Pirate’s document: Captain Kidd’s coded instructions to his hidden treasure… [...]
Senator Whitehouse’s recent comments reminded me of those of his idol:
“You go into these small towns in Pennsylvania and, like a lot of small towns in the Midwest, the jobs have been gone now for 25 years and nothing’s replaced them….And it’s not surprising then they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy toward people who aren’t like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations.” -Barack Obama, April 6, 2008 remarks at fundraiser in San Francisco
Obama’s Slip Revealed His True [...]
Hope you already bought the Windows 7 Family Pack. Well, if you were planning to; you could be the type of person who still writes “M$” without a hint of irony. Anyhow, the Family Pack is now sold out.
The Windows 7 Family Pack, you’ll recall, was a special edition of the operating system that came with three Home Premium upgrades for $150. (A single Windows Home Premium upgrade retails for around $110.) The thing is, Microsoft had always said that the pack would be a temporary offer, sold while supplies lasted.
Supplies have been exhausted! Well, inasmuch as supplies of software can [...]
A middle-aged journalist, Mikael Blomkvist, publishes the magazine Millennium in Stockholm. He is hired one day by Henrik Vanger, the aged former CEO of a group of companies owned by a wealthy dynasty, in order to chronicle the family history. His real mission, however, is to solve a cold case – the disappearance, some forty years previously, of Van great-niece when she was sixteen. encounters “the old Miss Marple closed-room scenario” with all the wealthy suspects marooned on the family estate on an island; a village we grow familiar with, full of hostile locals peering out [...]
Sol says he spend five years in six different concentration camps in Europe. The Germans tried their best to exterminate him, but he just had too many miracles come his way.
He claims that a German killed his cousin’s baby by tossing it in the air and catching it on a bayonet (reincarnation of World War One “bayoneting babies” propaganda?), and that he hid from the Germans in a pile of human excrement from an outhouse.
He and other jews were taken to Auschwitz- Birkenau “where they should have been sprayed with gas but only water came out.” Lurie says it was “a [...]