Alphabets For Good Boys


Alphabets For Good Boys….

Originally posted on #LMAO:

Now here are the alphabets that make sense:

A – Antiquity
B – Black Label
C – Chivas Regal
D – Directors Special
E – Eight PM
F – Fuel/Fosters
G – Green Label
H – Haywards
I – Imperial Blue
J – Johny Walker
K – Kingfisher
L – Löndon Pilsner
M – McDowell No 1
N – Napolean Rum
O – Old Monk
P – Peter Scott
R – Royal Stag
S – Signature
T – Tequilla
U – Urrack
V – Vat 69
W – White Mischief
X – XXX Rum
Y – Yankey
Z – Zingaro

Cheers n Enjoy…

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How to use Google calculator with expressions


How to use Google calculator with expressions

Originally posted on bunchofknowledge:

How to use the Google calculator:


Google’s calculator tries to understand the problem you are attempting to solve without requiring you to use special syntax. However, it may be helpful to know the most direct way to pose a question to get the best results. Listed below are a few suggestions for the most common type of expressions (and a few more esoteric ones).

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Androidly SmartWatch


the smart watch..

Originally posted on Smartphone4me:

Androidly SmartWatch is the world’s smallest fully featured Android device. It is also the first Android smartwatch to feature customized version of Google’s latest Android 4.2 OS . In size, it measures 64 x 42 x 14mm and weighs 160g. The Androidly features a 2-inch Capacitive touch screen display with resolution of 320 x 240 pixels. It is powered by 416Mhz and 256MB RAM. For multimedia, it packs a 2 MP camera to take pictures and videos. For storage, Androidly comes with a SD card slot that supports up to 16GB memory card. For connectivity, it supports Bluetooth 2.0, USB port, Wifi 802.11 b/g, GPS technology and 2.5G (EDGE) mobile connections. The Androidly SmartWatch comes pre-installed with a customized version of Android 4.2 OS and have full access to over 100,000 apps in Google’s PlayStore. There is no further information available on the smartwatch but it is expected to be…

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Androidly is either a big Android smartwatch or a small wearable phone


Your World On Your Wrist
Experience the cutting edge in technology. Experience the future, today

Originally posted on Gigaom:

When you first look at Androidly, do you see a smartwatch or a phone? Opinions will vary, and there’s no right answer: This £150 (US $229.22) device is a full Android(s goog) phone that you wear on your wrist. Unlike most smartwatches on the market, Androidly is noticeably bigger, however, and that could limit the potential market for it.

How large is Androidly? The product page says it measures in at 6.4 x 4.2 x 1.4 centimeters, which works out to 2.5 x 1.65 x 0.55 inches. I think my small wrist could manage the thickness, but I’m not so sure about the width.

Pair of Androidly

It’s all about compromise, however, because what you lose in slimness, you gain in functionality. Androidly contains all of the hardware components you’d expect to find in a very low-budget mini handset:

  • A 416 MHz chip with 256 MB of memory and 8 GB of internal storage

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Days of the Week (Cat Version) : -How do you feel right now? {Click on Blog to view all images}

Originally posted on The Cat Corner:


So, how do you feel at this moment? :)
Me, I feel like a Thursday at this moment, because I finally passed my exams :D


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Google files free speech challenge to FISA gag orders, renews criticism of Guardian

Originally posted on Gigaom:

Google(s goog) has asked a secret Washington court to declare that it has a right under the First Amendment to disclose the number of security letters it receives under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.

Such letters, which the government uses to obtain phone and internet data about foreign nationals, are currently subject to an automatic gag order that forbids companies from disclosing their very existence.

On Tuesday, Google said it is filing a petition to the secret court, known as the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court. The petition, embedded below, notes that the search giant has already received information from the FBI to publish the number of so-called National Security Letters it receives — these are similar to FISA letters but cover US citizens.

The Google petition comes as a brouhaha continues to rage over the revelation of secret government programs, such as PRISM, that collect meta-data on phone and internet users.


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Video: Is this Apple’s iOS 7 running on an iPad, or just a tease of what to expect?

Originally posted on 9to5Mac:

Russia-based YouTube user Rozetked has published a video of what he claims to be the tablet-optimized version of Apple’s upcoming iOS 7 operating system running on an iPad. It is currently unclear if this video is demonstrating a legitimate version of the upcoming operating system and, if legitimate, how the software was obtained and installed…

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