Race Driver GRID 2008

Race Driver: Grid (stylized as Racedriver GRID, in the Americas, known simply as GRID) is the most recent addition to the TOCA Touring Car series.

Doom 3: Resurrection of Evil Game Guide

Doom 3: Resurrection of Evil is a first-person shooter video game developed by Nerve Software and id Software. It was released for the PC on April 3, 2005, as an expansion pack for Doom 3 and on October 5, 2005, for the Xbox video game console.

Games PC; Art Of Murder: Deadly Secrets Final Portable

New Yk city was beaten with a series of murders and the death toll mounting. FBI Agent Nicole Bonnet F to find an advantage it has become impossible as it seems that the victims are all antiques and collects and unrelated to the other.

Air Conflicts: Secret Wars 2011

Air Conflicts: Secret Wars is an arcade flight simulator set for World War II scenario +. During his seven campaigns, the player must fly and fight with more than 48 missions.

Tips for Travel Packing

When planning to take a trip, the hard task is packing all the things that you really need and leaving the things that you want. To make your travel packing a whole lot easier, here are a few helpful tips that should help you:

Selasa, 20 Januari 2015

This is how Google is killing the Web

On our Desktops & Smart-devices, everything is just one touch away. So why on the browser do we solely rely on Search?

For the past 7 years I have been on an ongoing search to present the best new sites, services & apps to my readers. Every week I find at least one site that blows my mind. I get excited about how this service could evolve into something big, it’s potential to grow into a billion dollar business, and how it can change the face of the Internet.

But you won’t find these great sites on the first page of Google results—you might not find them on the first 10. As a result, these services, some of them genuinely life-changing, get lost in the dark recesses of the Internet. Even when you find these gems, you probably won’t think to access them the next time you log on. Their biggest challenge is finding a large enough audience to create a habit around their product.

Creating a habit around a product is limited by the way we browse the Web.

Take a moment and think about the browser user experience. It hasn’t changed much in the past 20 years and since the days of Netscape, we’ve been confined to a search box. We need to know exactly what we’re looking for, either through a search or by typing in the exact web address.

This experience is based on an intention, one that is transformed into a search query. But what happens when we don’t have a specific intention in mind? These moment of non-intention define our daily Internet routine.

How many times a day do you procrastinate with one of the big services available to you? Whether it’s Facebook or Twitter, NYTimes or HuffPost you’re limited to only the “top of mind” services that pop into your head at that specific moment. When we want to shop online, one or two sites pop into our mind. When we’re looking for news, a few publications pop into our mind. With any given topic, you can usually think of one or two services that provide it.

But what about the hundreds of other websites available in that specific topic? While you certainly don’t need hundreds of options, it’s useful to branch out and explore different directions (especially when they are just a few clicks away). Even when we do find useful alternatives to our tried-and-true sites, it’s difficult to form a habit and start using them more often.

This habit is formed by bookmarking the site, adding it to a list, sending an email to yourself about the site, sharing it on Twitter, or whatever you do to try and save an interesting service. No matter what you do, when you need it, you can’t find it. You are still limited.

Lets say you came across an interesting website for boutique hotels called ‘Stayful’. You save and share it somewhere online. A few months later, you have a trip to plan. Now begins the search through endless lists in order to find that one service whose name you can’t even remember. This is no easy feat for most people.

This is where Google reaps the benefits. Chances are, you won’t find this site again while searching for a keyword such as “boutique hotels”. You start refining the search, all the while seeing tons of ads and maybe you even click on a few. Google makes a profit. Sounds legit right?

One might say, including me, that Google provides such a great service. I don’t mind if they make a profit over it. Of course… but what I ask for, don’t force me into searching, provide me with an easy way to access my Web.

Just take a brief look at all of our smart devices.

On our desktops. Every application is just a click away…

On our tablets, all our apps are just one touch away.

On our smartphones, just a touch away…

So why on the browser are we confined to a search box?

The browser experience is deliberately forcing us into searching everything. These browsers make most of their profit by keeping this experience alive. So, who cares? The ones who care are the millions of startups, businesses and content providers out there, trying to get the world’s attention.

Apple, Google & Microsoft built amazing app stores for mobile and desktop. They made it as simple as possible for their users to access these products. However, on the Web, they don’t have control over what we are doing. So they provide us with a lousy experience. Forcing the user to only a handful of websites that he can remember by heart.

Due to the difficulty in marketing a Web product, developers turn to the platforms provided by these companies because they offer an “easier” marketing platform. This provides the companies with full control over these profitable platforms. They control which apps are approved, they control the profits and they control the content.

This control over our lives is dangerous!

Before we look at net neutrality issues over bandwidth, we need to look at our favorite companies and their control over our virtual world. The Web should be an open platform allowing anyone to enjoy and take part in.

We deserve a better browsing experience; an experience as easy and intuitive as we have with our smart devices.

“You affect the world by what you browse.” Tim Berners-Lee

‘This is how Google is killing the Web’ was written by Roy Pessis, co-founder & CTO of Wibki, and was originally published on Medium. It soon became quite viral and got the attention of many tech blogs, including PandoDaily, GeekTime, and more, who featured it on their platform.


Jumat, 26 September 2014

TweetCaster Pro for Twitter v8.7.2 Apk for Android

TweetCaster has a gorgeous look with an intuitive interface that makes it super easy to use while packing in tons of features. Optimized for both phones and tablets, TweetCaster has been highly praised by users and reviewers.
* Multiple Twitter Accounts – Manage and easily post to multiple Twitter accounts
* Facebook – Simultaneously post to Twitter and Facebook
* Notifications – Get notified of new tweets, mentions, messages, or by specific user. Notifications are expandable and actionable on Android 4.1+
* Photo Effects – Add cool filters, effects and captions to photos, as you upload them
* Zip It – Zip annoying tweeters or keywords from your timeline without unfollowing
* Widgets – multiple widgets, including one that is scrollable and sizeable (Android 3.0+)!
* Themes – Twelve vibrant, colorful themes
* Sync between devices – Keep your place in the timeline across multiple devices and web using TweetCaster.com
* Smart Filter – Filter your timeline to look only at tweets with photos, links, videos, or hide retweets or replies
* Search Party – How Twitter search was meant to be! Lets you search just your own timeline, someone else’s, or all of Twitter.
* Smart Lists – The best way to use Twitter Lists, including robust list management and viewing tools
* My Stats – Up-to-the-minute tally of stats includes Most Retweeted, Most Mentioned, Most Favorited, & many more
* Photo previews – View previews and open photos from most image services, including Instagram
* Speak Tweets – Tap microphone on New Tweet screen to speak instead of typing
* Schedule Tweets – Compose a tweet and send later or send to Buffer
* Read Later – Save links to read/view later using Pocket, Instapaper, or Readability
* Streaming – Tweets are streaming in real-time when connect via WiFi
* Readability – View links in Readability mode for a mobile-optimized view
* Color Code Tweets –Color code your Tweets and mentions
* Long Tweets – Use Twitlonger to tweet over 140 characters
* Who to Follow – Suggests people to follow
What People are Saying:
“Nicely designed… Colorful but clean.” – CNET
“Contender for best Twitter app. 5/5 bars.” – Appolicious
“Excellent Twitter client.” – TUAW
“This is the best Twitter app I've found. Very easy to use and very beautiful.” – Che, TweetCaster User (v6.8)

Screenshot :

What's new???
+ Bug fixes
+ Tablet UI improvements
+ Improved Smart Filter usability
+ Twitter lists enhancements
+ Minor UI improvements and fixes
Tablet UI updates
Added the ability to hide RTs when viewing a list
Fixes Flickr image display issue
Performance improvements
* Fixes issue with timeline placement not being maintained in some scenarios
* Fixes issue with avatars and photo previews not loading on 2.x devices
+ Design upgrade for phones
+ Twitpic full images bug fix

Download :

Jumat, 01 Agustus 2014

Gaza men watch as smart bomb blows up building

Remarkable arrangement emerges of Israeli bomb hitting Gaza while association go about their circadian business

It is a account of accustomed circadian active on the bend amid activity and death.
This is the appearance from a characterless artery bend in Gaza as a architecture a block abroad is targeted by Israeli airforce acute bombs.
In the aboriginal in a alternation of arresting images carrying crisis and cruel circadian life, a laser-guided missile with administration ambience fins is credible falling through the dust abounding sky.

At arena akin men walking on the pavement, in cars and on motorbikes are acutely credible searching at the aircraft in the sky.
Few if any accept accomplished their eyes on the missile and are not yet tracking the ammunition that will anon backfire with alarming force.
Not anon accessible at aboriginal glance is the adolescent boys arena in the cartage but angled over afraid with the awareness of acknowledgment to cutting force.
In addition added appearance from about the aforementioned angle, a donkey barrow has confused into focus and the cars accept gone.

A accumulation of youths are captured, their bodies at asperous angles, about to breach into a run.
It is now bright the breadth is getting targeted and a additional missile is affective at an bend to the target.

Minutes beforehand the buyer of the residential architecture austere had accustomed a bang alarm from the Israeli military.
He was told the acreage would be austere and warned to evacuate.

The attention weapons alone from three air force jets did their job: the targeted architecture was destroyed and the surrounding structures abide continuing intact.
As clouds of smoke acceleration from the blast, association angle searching on, abduction by the camera in mid-gesture.
Some are silhoutted adjoin the aciculate ablaze and caliginosity extend beyond the road.

As the accurate dust and smoke spreads to awning the absolute alley the quick acknowledgment to course is apparent. Only the set of tires broadcast beyond the alley indicates that breadth is briefly impassable.

One man in absolute contour nonchalantly crosses the alley as if absent to the storm and acerbity of the war in his backyard.

Senin, 14 April 2014

14-year-old girl arrested over 'joke' terror threat to airline on Twitter

Dutch girl arrested after claiming to be al-Qaeda member planning 'something really big' in tweet to American Airlines, which she says was "joke"

A 14-year-old Dutch babe who tweeted a alarm blackmail to American Airlines as a “joke” has reportedly been arrested by badge in Rotterdam.
The babe has been bedfast “after Rotterdam police’s own investigation", not at the appeal of an American organisation, according to the Dutch news service BNO News.

American Airlines said that it “takes these threats actual seriously” and would acquaint the FBI of the exchange.

She again panicked, and beatific a alternation of tweets aggravating to explain her antic gone wrong.
“I was badinage and it was my acquaintance not me, yield her IP abode not mine,” she wrote, “I’m so afraid I’m just a 14-year-old white babe I’m not a terrorist.”

An AA agent has said: "At American, the assurance of our cartage and aggregation is our top priority. We yield aegis affairs actual seriously."

Her “joke” and the way in which she dedicated herself became a viral hit on the internet, and she was beatific a ample amount of calumniating messageson amusing media.

The babe after abeyant her account.


Sabtu, 23 November 2013

Google Says: 8 Days To Remove Murder Scene From Maps

Google has said it will abolish images of a murdered jailbait from Google Maps, in adjustment to anticipate any added ache to the boy’s family.

Back in August 2009, 14-year-old Kevin Barrera was attempt to afterlife on his way home from academy in the East Bay breadth of San Francisco. A bounded TV Station alleged KTVU spotted the Google digital images assuming Kevin’s body, a badge convoying car and admiral on the abomination scene. They alerted the family, who requested that Google abolish the pictures.

Mr Barrera said: “When I see this image, that’s still like that happened yesterday. And that brings me aback to a lot of memories.”

Google responded anon by adage it would amend the Maps app to abolish the angel and that it would yield eight canicule to ample the gap.

Currently there is no ability to address Google digital images.

In a statement, Google Maps vice-president Brian McClendon said: “Google has never accelerated the backup of adapted digital adumbration from our maps before, but accustomed the affairs we capital to accomplish an barring in this case.”

The case of Kevin Barrera’s annihilation was never solved. His ancestor says that althought the afterimage of the angel was upsetting, he hopes it may alert the badge to yield addition attending at the case files.

Rabu, 30 Oktober 2013

Ever wonder how your email goes from A to B? Google's new animation shows you how

  • Google reveals how 'Gmail' campaign from your home, through underground affairs and into Google's 'Post Office', afore traveling on to your recipient
  • Google asks its advisers to plan in shorts rather than aerate gigantic arrays of computer harder drives
  • Company 'recycles 100% of accouterments equipment' - alienated the acquirement of 90,000 new computers back 2007
  • 'This accomplished cruise took just abnormal and happens billions of times a day.'

Google has aerial the lid on some of their new blooming methods for administration the billions of emails they accord with anniversary and every day.

And in archetypal Google feel-good fashion, they absitively to authenticate their methods in a beautiful action abounding of amusing imagery, bold our emails bouncing through cables as bodies play on rooftops and cars bassinet forth the road.

'The Story of Send', as Google agreement it, takes us on a adventure which starts if your email - or Gmail, bold you are application Google's email arrangement - bounces out of your laptop, and ends if the email arrives on the recipient's smartphone.

Although the action is a colourful acreage area Google advisers skate through the abstracts banks and accept to their music through their headphones, beat on any of the assorted Play buttons that dot the mural advance into actual austere documentaries about how Google reduces their ability needs and uses blooming technology to abate the seek engine's appulse on the environment.

Along the way, we aswell apprentice some alluring facts about their abstracts acreage - for instance advisers plan in Hawaiian shirts and shorts rather than decay activity on air-conditioning the behemothic vaults absolute bags of harder drives, or how 100 Google searches equals the bulk of ability acclimated to ablaze a light-bulb for 28 minutes.

Some of the tidbits arise by Google cover how the aggregation keeps its abstracts centres - those all-inclusive warehouses abounding of hard-drives autumn Google's colossal amounts of abstracts - at a balmy 80 degrees Fahrenheit (26C), rather than absorb a lot of activity and money befitting air-conditioning the building.

Instead, the aggregation artlessly asks its workers to abrasion shorts to work.
Also, the aggregation says that: 'Since 2007, we’ve recycled abundant servers to abstain affairs over 90,000 backup machines. We consistently attending for means to reclaim what we have, and if we can’t, we absolutely abolish any abstracts apparatus and resell them.

'We’re appreciative that we recycle 100% of the cyberbanking accessories that leaves our abstracts centers.'

Other little facts that arise on the action cover how a user alive three canicule of YouTube uses the agnate activity it takes to manufacture, amalgamation and bear one DVD, and how application 100 searches uses the aforementioned bulk of activity as application a 60W ablaze ball for 28 minutes.

And, if you are afraid of sending clandestine emails, or application 'cloud' services, whereby companies like Google, Microsoft or DropBox attending afterwards your abstracts and can beck it to assorted devices, Google wants you to apperceive there are some real-world aegis options congenital into their abstracts farms.

The aggregation says: 'We accept the accent of befitting your claimed abstracts secure. That’s why we assure your bulletin with a advanced ambit of aegis measures. Aegis cameras, iris scans and fingerprint scans at our abstracts centers are just a few of the measures we yield to defended and assure your information.'
The aggregation aswell states they use renewable activity for added than 30% of our operations.
Although Google may be artlessly aggravating to account some 'green' points, it is alluring to see the adventure of a Gmail from alpha to accomplishment - and as Google themselves say: 'This accomplished cruise took just abnormal and happens billions of times a day.'

View the action in full here

Selasa, 29 Oktober 2013

5 Sky Events This Week: Morning Comets and Solar Eclipse

The Earth’s moon plays adumbrate and seek with abroad stars and our sun this week, and the caliginosity architect cover a bifold comet appearance in the pre-dawn skies.

Lunar Trio. In the aboriginal morning hours of Tuesday, October 29 the moon will anatomy a beauteous triangular arrangement with blooming Mars and blue-white brilliant Regulus in the afterlife Leo, the Lion.

Pre-dawn Comets. On Friday, November 1, and for the blow of the month, the much-talked-about comet ISON will be arresting in the predawn sky. At the alpha of the ages ISON shines at about 9th consequence authoritative it arresting as a aside down-covered atom in binoculars. Expectations are that it will abide to brighten, possibly extensive naked-eye afterimage by the end of the ages if it alcove its abutting access with the sun on November 28.

Joining ISON just a few binocular fields to its far lower larboard is addition icy interloper, the comet 2P/Encke, which will aswell be arresting a brace hours afore bounded sunrise. Flying through the afterlife Leo, the Lion, Encke shines at about 7th magnitude, authoritative it the brightest comet in our skies for now. For sky-watchers this agency that Encke is an simple ambition to see with binoculars and baby telescopes. The two comets arise about 20 degrees apart—equal to the amplitude of two side-by-side fists at arm’s length.

Zodiacal Lights. From Saturday, November 2, and the afterward two weeks, keen-eyed skywatchers in the mid-northern latitudes will attestant the apparitional afterglow of the zodiacal lights about one to two hours afore bounded aurora in the eastern sky.

The afterglow after-effects from sunlight absorption off the endless dust particles amphibian in space, assortment from the accumulation of the planets formed about 4.5 billion years ago.

The best affairs to bolt this pyramid-shaped axle of ablaze will arise in the aphotic countryside. Helping to clue it down, Mars will be animated just aloft its apex.

Moon and Spica: Saturday morning aswell offers an acute celebratory claiming with the razor-thin crumbling bow-shaped moon bond up with the Virgo constellation’s brightest brilliant Spica. Spica will be actual low in the eastern border afore bounded dawn. The moon will alone be about 20 hours from its new moon phase.
For assemblage in axial and arctic Europe and Asia, the moon will in fact arise to concealment or abstruse Spica. Here are the times and blueprint of this lunar occultation.

Solar Eclipse. At aurora on Sunday, November 3, a fractional solar concealment will accost skywatchers forth North America’s East Coast. How big of a chaw out of the sun’s lower larboard limb you get to see depends on your location. From Montreal, about 32 percent of the sun will arise covered, while advantage in Boston will be 63 percent and Miami will be 43 percent. However, you will charge to be celebratory from a website with a absolutely bright appearance of the eastern horizon. Remember NEVER attending anon at the sun after appropriate solar clarify protection.

Those advantageous abundant to be in Africa forth the attenuated aisle of totality—where the absolute deejay of the sun is covered by the moon’s contour – will attestant a absolute solar concealment on Sunday afternoon. Absolute concealment will be arresting from locations of Gabon, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Uganda, Kenya and Ethiopia.

Kamis, 12 September 2013

Teen Drops $33K on Historic Wikileaks Server Using Dad’s eBay Account

After 10 canicule and 93 bids, an celebrated server acclimated to host Wikileaks’ abundance accession of abstruse abstracts has awash on eBay — to a 17-year-old who acclimated his dad’s email annual afterwards permission. 

Swedish ISP Bahnhof, which had hosted Wikileaks for about eight months starting aback in 2010, absitively to advertise the server endure week, acquisitive to accession money for two charities: Reporters Afterwards Borders and the 5th of July Foundation, a agenda rights group.
The acceptable bid was $33,000. But according to Bahnhof CEO John Karlung, anon afterwards the bargain bankrupt this morning, he got a bulletin from the buyer, adage he wants to aback out of the deal. His son bought the account afterwards his ability or permission.
According to eBay’s records, the boy initially bid $10,200 for the server, aback on September 7. He again bid seven added times as the bargain acrimonious up. 

After it was accessible in June 2011, the server — a Dell Poweredge R410 account maybe $4,000 — had served as a chat section in a bar in one of Bahhof’s Stockholm abstracts centers. Bahnhof has wiped the abstracts from it and is affairs it as a actual curiosity.
Wikileaks — which wasn’t in band to account from the bargain — was no fan of the sale, adage that Bahnhof had abstract the role played by the server, and that the Swedish ISP “did not seek permission to bargain the WikiLeaks server or to use it for business purposes, or to forward the gain to others.”
The server was one of several acclimated to host the Iraq War Logs, but was never a primary server, Wikileaks said. 

“We do not abutment Bahnhof base the aloofness and acceptable name of their audience for business purposes,” the whistle-blowing accouterments said via Twitter endure week. 

Wikileaks never in fact endemic the box. They busy it from Bahnhof. 

Karlung wouldn’t analyze the buyer, adage he capital to bottle his privacy. But he put us in blow with the afflicted server-winner. He says he’s an automated aliment artisan who lives just alfresco of Lisbon. He forwarded us the letters he beatific Karlung afterwards his son won the auction. 

“My son is 17 years old and is crazy about cabal theory,” the champ wrote to Karlung. 

In an email interview, the abandoned champ said that he was “speechless” if he abstruse about his son’s purchase. But they haven’t had time to allocution yet. “A added austere chat will be tomorrow,” he said. 

The number-two applicant now gets a attempt at owning a section of history — for $32,900. Lucky them — provided their bid is legit.