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Top Songs Of 2012

The song has received positive reviews from critics who complimented the song’s effective lyrics and chorus, and commended Ludacris’ part and the song’s ability to have an urban twist.

Most Visited Websites 2011-2012

Google Search or Google Web Search is a web search engine owned by Google Inc. Google Search is the most-used search engine on the World Wide Web, receiving several hundred million queries each day through its various services.

History of Facebook

Mark Zuckerberg wrote Facemash, the predecessor to Facebook, on October 28, 2003, while attending Harvard as a sophomore. According to The Harvard Crimson, the site was comparable to Hot or Not, and "used photos compiled from the online facebooks of nine houses.

Airtel 3G 70% less in Kerala Plans

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Aakash Tablet is Available For Booking

You can Order your Aakash Tablet now. The long wait for Aakash Tablet is now over. Now you can book your Aakash Tablet online which will be delivered within a week from the day of booking. Aakash was the most awaited Indian Tablet, which took many people’s attention all over the world.

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What is Viruses

Why do people make these viruses and worms? What do they gain by sending worms and viruses?
Originally viruses were mostly the product of individuals who just wanted to cause trouble, make a name for themselves by breaking things, or who were trying to get some kind of revenge against someone else. They did it for "fun", for recognition among their peers, or "just because".
While those folks are still out there I don't believe that they represent the majority of virus sources any longer. We're now seeing the "professional" virus writer emerge.
Here's how that works:
  • Someone creates a virus that does two things: propagates itself (more on that in a second) and installs well-hidden remote-control software on the machines it infects. A "zombie" machine or "bot machine" has just been created that can be controlled by the virus writer.
  • Once enough zombies are created the virus-writer has an army of machines at his command - often referred to a botnet or zombie army. The virus writer is now a "bot herder" as he is able to control or "herd" that network of machines.
  • He then sells the "services" of his network of zombies. Typically to spammers.
  • The zombie network then starts sending out massive amounts of spam.
  • The spammers make money because just enough people actually buy the stuff that spam is selling.
  • The anti-virus companies eventually identify and block the virus that started all this.
  • The virus writer writes a new virus, and the process starts all over again.

New Star Wars: 1313 Offers M-Rated Gaming Adventure In A Galaxy Far, Far, Away

When it comes to Star Wars, the gaming industry has a long history of cranking out titles of uncertain quality. For every brilliant title like Knights of the Old Republic, we've seen several clunkers (Kinect Star Wars anyone) and a few outright failures like Republic Heroes. LucasArts demonstrated a new Star Wars game at E3 this week -- Star Wars: 1313 -- and despite the brand's uneven history, we're cautiously optimistic.


The 1313 moniker refers to a specific level of Coruscant that's a haven for criminals, bounty hunters, and crime lords. You take on the role of a bounty hunter looking for information on an unspecified criminal conspiracy who descends to 1313 in search of data. This will be the first Star Wars game to be rated "M" for mature, and it focuses on the seedy underbelly of the universe. That decision alone could open up a wealth of gaming experiences. To date, we've only seen flashes of the poverty and desperation that exists within the Star Wars timeline; the games and movies may take quick trips to places like Nar Shadaa or the slums of Mos Espa, but these have always been pit stops on the way to glittering skyscrapers and grand cathedral-like buildings.



The E3 unveil included gameplay and movie sequences; the game's developers stress that they've worked hard to make the two flow together as seamlessly as possible in order to avoid breaking the player's sense of immersion. One thing that jumps out at us from watching the video is that the game clearly isn't running on legacy console hardware. Creative director Dominic Robilliard confirms this a little later in the interview, when he states that the demo is being powered by PCs using Nvidia hardware.

Obviously we can't say for certain, but there's some good circumstantial evidence that the game is built for DX11. Shadows are always the best thing to check -- DX10/DX11 shadows are softer and more realistic than their DX9 counterparts. Fog is another area where DX11 implementations tend to noticably improve on DX9, and the 1313 scenes are impressive on both counts.

There's no reason LucasArts couldn't develop the title for current consoles and cutting-edge PC hardware simultaneously, but this is good news for computer gamers -- games built on our platform tend to play better (and look nicer) than console ports that offer better textures but otherwise keep to the limits of six year-old hardware.

The one thing we don't know much about is the plot. Here's hoping LucasArts puts in the time and effort to build a decent game -- the Star Wars franchise is the poster child for proof that great graphics don't make for great games or great movies.
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Craziest Facts about Facebook that You Would Want to Know




 


 


 


1. Facebooks Worth would be more than eBay, Yahoo, Groupon, LinkedIn, Netflix, IAC, AOL, Zynga and Pandora combined, when it goes public.


 




 


 


 


2. Eduardo Saverin, the Brazilian co founder of Facebook has renounced his US citizenship and is now investing billions in startups at Singapore.  




 


 


 


3. Of all the incredible talents that Zuckerberg is bestowed with, his greatest and what seems to be his favorite is Firing People.


 




 


4. About 60 percent of the voting power at Facebook is controlled by Zuckerberg.










 


 


5. The big shot media company Viacom had offered to acquire Facebook, but was rejected by Mark Zuckerberg.




 


 


6. After agreeing to an acquisition offer from Yahoo while it was led by Terry Semel, Facebook staepped down from the deal when there were talks of lowering the offer price.




 


 


7. The Microsoft CEO, steve Ballmer had offered to buy Facebook. Steve has invested $240 million in Facebook till date.




 


 


8. Facebook interviewed Yahoo executive Ellen Siminoff, Apple veteran Bud Colligan, and former OpenTable CEO Jeff Jordan for the position of COO which is now held by Sheryl Sandberg.

















 


 


9. Steve jobs had to cancel the presentation that he had offered Facebook for the iphone application in 2008. Jobs, who had expected Zuckerberg to do the presentation was disappointed by the audition of the engineer who was selected by the Facebook CEO.




 


 


10. Maintaining his reputation of having a a bad fashion sense, Zuckerberg wore a hoodie to the meeting with wall street

Highest Paying Jobs At Google






1. Senior software engineer


Salary: $139,084


The gold is earned by the top most software engineers. They are the ones responsible for all the products that Google launches.













2. Research scientist


Salary: $121,547


Research scientists work on the fringe products of a company.  It is their knowledge and expertise which helps a tech company come up with offbeat products that have the capability of changing the world. Their expertise earns them a more than hefty pay package from Google.







3. Product manager


Salary: $119,495


A product manager is the person entirely responsible for a particular product. He has to work closely with the developers, engineers, sales and marketing departments and make sure that products become a success.








4. Sales engineer


Salary: $118,710


Sales engineers are the technical glue of a technical sale. They are responsible for letting the customers solve any issues with the product. Their expertise is required for the success of any product. They earn a lot for shouldering this responsibility.

 
5. Research engineer


Salary: $117,900


Google recently became a hardware company and they need seriously talented people to research in the hardware field. it is a new territory for Google and they need only the best in the industry to work for them in this field.





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