Archive for December, 2011
Well, in this life, there are many stages that we have to go through. The life starts from the childhood in which we have to go to school to study many kinds of subject. We have to study until we get enough education to go to the wilder world in working field. When we have enough education and skill, we need to go to work to earn money. By working we can afford our needs and our family’s need. Furthermore, when we get older, we need to get rest and quit working and enjoy the time with fun.
Moreover, when the retirement time comes, we can have many spots that we can enjoy. There are many spots in Port Saint Lucie, Florida, which you can get to enjoy your retirement. You can go online to find the places that will be wonderful to enjoy your life. You can go to Cresswind.com and find the best places to live with many benefits. You will see that in the web site there is Port Saint Lucie real estate that offer the luxurious facilities. There are many people who are attracted to come to the real estate to find out the beauty in life and to enjoy it. In the real estate you will be able to find golf course and you can enjoy playing it with fun. Moreover, there are also many other facilities that can support you to enjoy your life.
Every generation has their own time and off course their owned characteristic. You can learn about the characteristic of a generation by what kind of fashion they wear and what kind of music they hear. Fashion and music; it can’t be denied that those two characteristic has huge role in a generation. However, we all know that fashion style fades but music is eternal. People change their fashion style but tend to hear the same music genre and more specifically, music from their generation.
Listening to oldies music from our own generation could also bring nostalgic memories about what we have in the fast and it would be really relaxing. You don’t need to worry that the music you love has faded away. There are many radio stations dedicated as oldies radio station with segments for music from different ages. Whether you are coming from 50’s, 60’s, or 80’s generation, it won’t be difficult to find eternal songs from our generation that will make us much happier and feel younger while listening them.
Pictured above is the NOVO7, which is actually the world’s first Ice Cream Sandwich tablet. It’s a 7-inch device that features a 1GHz processor with 1080p HD video output — not top of the line, but certainly not assembled from the scrap heap. It’s not much with the rear camera, just 2 megapixels, and the front-facing one is just VGA. While there are some downsides, the upside is considerable. That is, the device is selling for just $ 100. That’s a pretty magic price point. Can it work for this device?
The problem with most cheap Android tablets — the $ 200 ones you see in Best Buy and Walmart, and on Amazon.com — is that they run Android 2.2 or 2.3. If they ran Honeycomb it might be a different proposition. But with an older OS there’s something of an issue. Advanced users could root the device and install a custom version of Honeycomb. This device, however, comes with Ice Cream Sandwich right out of the box. The hardware might be generic, but the software will help compensate for that.
If you haven’t been paying attention, a service called Carrier IQ has cause a bit of a stir lately. The premise is pretty simple. Manufacturers or carriers install the software on your phone. The software then monitors pretty much everything you do, and then reports back to the installing party. Clearly this causes some issues with users; no one wants someone spying on their actions. In the past few days carriers and manufacturers have spoken up regarding their relationships with Carrier IQ. The latest is Sprint, which admitted that it uses Carrier IQ. Does this make you feel less easy about using a Sprint Android phone?
Sprint claims that it uses the data collected by Carrier IQ to “analyze our network performance and identify where we should be improving service.” In that way it’s something like a SCADA, wherein the company is trying to manage its network by gathering as much data as possible. Of course, Sprint has available to it all sorts of other data via Carrier IQ, and their marketing department will likely benefit greatly from it. Will they simply not use the data that they receive — that they pay for — because there has been something of a controversy? Call me a skeptic, but I don’t think it will.