Samsung Galaxy Gio S5660 Review

Samsung has announced its brand new mid-range Samsung Galaxy Gio S5660 Android Powered Smartphone, just in time for official unveiling of the same at forthcoming Mobile World Congress 2011, that is powered by Qualcomm QCT MSM7227-1 Turbo 800 MHz processor and runs Android 2.2 Froyo.\r\n\r\n

Samsung Galaxy Gio S5660
Samsung Galaxy Gio S5660
\r\n\r\nThe Samsung Galaxy Gio S5660 smartphone is Quad-band GSM: 850, 900, 1800, 1900 dual-band 3G HSDPA: 900, 2100 ready device which is powered by 800 MHz Qualcomm QCT MSM7227-1 Turbo Processor and features 158MB RAM with microSD card supporting 32GB expandable memory allowing practically unlimited entries contact phonebook and SMS memory.\r\n\r\nSamsung Galaxy Gio S5660 smartphone features 3.2-inch, HVGA 320 x 480 pixel TFT capacitive touchscreen supporting 16 million colors and sports two touch-sensitive keys and a large home key in same fashion as on Galaxy S series smartphones.The smartphone also includes Accelerometer sensor for auto screen rotate and runs on Android 2.2 Froyo version with Samsung’s TouchWiz v3.0 user interface over Android just like the one in Samsung Galaxy series smartphones.\r\n\r\nThe new Samsung Galaxy Gio S5660 offers exhaustive data connectivity that includes GPRS, EDGE, 3G HSDPA 7.2 Mbps download speed, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/N Wireless LAN with DLNA, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR with A2DP wireless connection, GPS with Assisted GPS (A-GPS) and microUSB 2.0 for wired connectivity.\r\n\r\nSamsung Galaxy Gio S5660 includes 3.15 megapixel (2048 x 1536 pixel) rear auto-focus camera ( no LED flash) with added geo-tagging, face and smile recognition capability along with video recording in QVGA resolution. The device does not sports any front-facing camera for video calling.\r\n\r\nSource: MPhone, W3

How to create a new Active Directory site?

Active Directory (AD) has sites, which you can use to group servers into containers that mirror your network’s physical topology. Sites also let you configure replication between domain controllers (DCs). In addition, you can map several TCP/IP subnets to sites so that new servers can automatically join the correct site depending on their IP address and so that clients can easily find the DC closest to them.\r\n\r\nWhen you create the first DC, AD creates the default site Default-First-Site-Name and assigns the DC to this site. Subsequent DCs also add to this site, although you can later move the DCs to other sites. You can rename the default site if you want.\r\n\r\nYou use the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) Active Directory Sites and Services Manager snap-in to create and administer sites. To create a new site, perform the following steps.\r\n

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\r\n\r\nFor example, the subnet mask 255.255.255.0 is 11111111.11111111.11111111.00000000 in binary, which uses 8 + 8 + 8 bits (i.e., 24) to define the subnet mask. The subnet mask 255.255.252.0 is 11111111.11111111.11111100.00000000 in binary, which is 8 + 8 + 6, or 22.\r\n\r\nAfter you define multiple sites, new DCs that you use DCPROMO to create will automatically join the site that matches their IP address. If no site exists for a DC’s IP subnet, the DC will join the site that authorized the DC’s promotion.\r\n\r\nCredits: John Savill, WinITPro

What is new in Firefox 4 Beta?

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  • Poorly designed or incompatible extensions can cause problems with your browser, including make it crash, slow down page display, etc. If you encounter strange problems relating to parts of the browser no longer working, the browser not starting, windows with strange or distorted appearance, degraded performance, etc, you may be suffering from Extension or Theme trouble. Restart the browser in Safe Mode. On Windows, start using the “Safe Mode” shortcut created in your Start menu or by running firefox.exe -safe-mode. On Linux, start with ./firefox -safe-mode and on Mac OS X, run: cd /Applications/Firefox.app/Contents/MacOS/\r\n./firefox-bin -safe-mode \r\n\r\nWhen started in Safe Mode all extensions are disabled and the Default theme is used. Disable the Extension/Theme that is causing trouble and then start normally.
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  • If you uninstall an extension that is installed with your user profile (i.e. you installed it from a Web page) and then wish to install it for all user profiles using the -install-global-extension command line flag, you must restart the browser once to cleanse the profile extensions datasource of traces of that extension before installing with the switch. If you do not do this you may end up with a jammed entry in the Extensions list and will be unable to install the extension globally.
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  • If you encounter strange problems relating to bookmarks, downloads, window placement, toolbars, history, or other settings, it is recommended that you try creating a new profile and attempting to reproduce the problem before filing bugs. Create a new profile by running Firefox with the -P command line argument, choose the “Manage Profiles” button and then choose “Create Profile…”. Migrate your settings files (Bookmarks, Saved Passwords, etc) over one by one, checking each time to see if the problems resurface. If you do find a particular profile data file is causing a problem, file a bug and attach the file.
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The iPad 2: What is known, what is unknown Read more about next-generation iPad by ssysadmin.com

We’re just 48 hours away from getting our first look at the long-awaited, next-generation iPad—or that’s what we’re expecting, at least.\r\n\r\n

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\r\n\r\nIndeed, with all the leaks, rumors, and wild guesses we’ve been hearing in the past months about the next iPad, it’s easy to forget that Apple hasn’t even officially announced the thing yet, much less doled out any details or pictures.\r\n\r\nSince we still have a couple days to kill before Apple ends the suspense, now might a good time to summarize what we know, what we think we know, and—most importantly—what we definitely don’t know about the iPad 2.\r\n\r\nWhat we know\r\n\r\nThe original iPad is still the only iPad, for now: Like I just said, Apple has yet to announce, acknowledge, make veiled references to, or even hint at a new iPad. Well … strike that: during Apple’s most recent quarterly earnings call, Apple COO Tim Cook told analysts (who’d been asking about competition from impending Android-based tablets) that “we’re not sitting still” in terms of the tablet market, a remark that may qualify as a vague hint.\r\n\r\nApple is holding an iPad-related event Wednesday: The invitations went out last week, with an image showing a Mac OS calendar page peeled back to reveal an iPad peeking out from behind. The caption: “Come see what 2011 will be the year of.” So yes—the writing’s on the wall, but the invite stops short of saying “come meet the iPad 2″ or anything like that.\r\n\r\nLast but not least, we know that … uh … : If we’re only talking about things we definitely know about the next iPad … well, strictly speaking, we don’t know much more than what I just outlined above. Oh, wait: Wednesday’s Apple event will be held in San Francisco, at 10 in the morning local time. And iPad-related topics are on the agenda. There you go.\r\n\r\nWhat we don’t know\r\n\r\nWhat it’ll be called: Everyone’s been calling the next iPad the “iPad 2,” and there’s even a new (and likely fan-generated) rendering of the next-generation tablet floating around with the “iPad 2″ name stamped on the back. But as far as I know, no one’s come out and reported that the iPad 2 will, in fact, be called the iPad 2. Apple’s been known to throw curve balls when it comes to naming its next-gen products (like, for example, the iPhone 3G and 3GS), so I wouldn’t put all my eggs in the “iPad 2″ basket.\r\n\r\nHow much internal storage it’ll have: Will we get an iPad 2 model with 128GB of built-in flash storage, or will the largest next-gen iPad still top out at 64GB? Hard to say. There have been scattered reports of iPad 2 mockups with “128GB” etched onto the back, but that may be more a case of wishful thinking than a concrete clue. I predict the priciest iPad will still offer “just” 64GB of flash storage (which still costs a premium compared to conventional disc-based hard drives), but that’s only a guess on my part.\r\n\r\nHow much it will cost: Apple is in the habit of marking its next-generation products with the same price as the previous generation, and there’s no reason to believe that Cupertino will change course with the iPad 2. Again, though, we’ve yet to hear any reliable rumors about pricing. (For the record, the current iPad costs anywhere from $499 for the 16GB Wi-Fi-only version to $829 for the 64GB 3G iPad.)\r\n\r\nWhen it will ship: Conventional wisdom initially had it that the new iPad would probably hit stores about a month or so after being announced, but now there’s talk the iPad 2 might be available immediately. Maybe so, but personally, I’m hedging my bets until Apple serves up the official line.\r\n\r\nWhat we think we know\r\n\r\nSlimmer profile, less heft: Just about everyone seems to agree that the redesigned iPad will be “smaller” and “lighter” than its predecessor, complete with a flatter back and tapered edges. Indeed, chatter about a slimmed-down iPad 2 shell has been so consistent (not to mention a logical progression for the iPad line) that I’d be shocked if it didn’t come to pass Wednesday.\r\n\r\nA camera, or two: Another consistent iPad 2 rumor has it that Apple will fix one of the biggest criticisms of the original iPad—namely, the lack of a camera. A recent Wall Street Journal story claimed that the new iPad will have “at least” one camera in front for FaceTime video chat, and there have been countless sightings of purported iPad 2 cases with strategically placed holes in back for a second, rear-facing lens. While there still seems to be some lingering doubt about a second camera, a front-facing lens is pretty much a no-brainer, particularly since each and every iPad competitor out there has one.\r\n\r\nSame-resolution display: The hot rumor back in December had it that the iPad 2 would arrive with a sharper, 2,048-by-1,536 pixel display, good for a “retina”-style screen similar to the one on the iPhone 4. But the latest word and some leaked spy shots have poured cold water on the buzz, and it’s now looking almost certain that the revamped iPad display will come with a 1,024-by-768-resolution display, same as the original. Oh well. (Don’t worry; recent chatter has it that the iPad 3—yes, 3—might get the retina-display treatment.)\r\n\r\nFaster, beefier processor: “Dual-core” is the gotta-have spec when it comes to this year’s hottest smartphones and gadgets, and the iPad 2 is no exception. Most believe the revamped tablet will get an updated, dual-core version of Apple’s A4 “system-on-a-chip,” complete with 512MB of RAM (double the 256MB RAM in the original iPad) and some seriously souped-up graphics capabilities.\r\n\r\nBetter speaker: The new iPad is reportedly in line for an improved, “wide-ranged” speaker, with the more prominent speaker grille said to be sitting right where the current three-hole speaker on the first iPad lives. Or so they say.\r\n\r\nNo SD card: An SD (or microSD) card slot on the next iPad would allow for easy memory expansion and speedy photo uploading. It’s a nice idea, but early buzz on Apple adding an SD card slot to the iPad has given way to near-universal agreement that it won’t actually happen. Bummer.\r\n\r\nNo 4G support: Not on Verizon Wireless, at least, according to the Wall Street Journal, which adds that the 3G version of the iPad 2 will be available through AT&T and Verizon but not Sprint or T-Mobile.\r\n\r\nSource: yahoonews, W3

Magic W3: Mini-PC with phone capabilities

Magic W3, Mini PC with phone capabilities
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\r\n\r\nRecently, devices like LG’s Tegra 2-powered Optimus 2X have blurred the lines between smartphone and mini-computer but they’re still geared towards the former. The Magic W3’s primary function is as a handheld computer that also happens to have telephone functionality. What’s the difference? The Atom-powered W3 runs on a full version of Windows 7 Home Premium for multi-tasking productivity and includes 32GB of onboard solid state storage.\r\n\r\nIn addition to the Windows 7 OS, the Magic W3 microcomputer runs a Magic Telephony Touch User Interface to cater for user voice and texting needs over a suitable quad-band GSM network. An Intel Atom Z530 processor running at 1.6 GHz provides the computing power, with support from 1GB DDR2 RAM. The 4.8-inch touchscreen display is capable of 720p high definition playback and there’s a 1.3 megapixel webcam for video conferencing or web chat.\r\n\r\nThe device also benefits from 3G, Bluetooth and 802.11b/g wireless connectivity, and in addition to the obligatory SIM card slot also sports mini-HDMI, mini-USB and microSD. Completing the specs checklist is built-in GPS, accelerometer, dual microphones, stereo speakers and a 3.5mm audio jack.\r\n\r\nHaving a full version of Windows running on a handheld device may have been enough of an attraction just a few short years ago to make the Magic W3 a huge success, but it’s questionable that it will be able to compete with the many more advanced mobile offerings either already or soon to be available. That said though, there’s nothing wrong with having another choice for mobile computing.\r\n\r\nSource: gizmag, W3

How to Disable Windows Automatic Update

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Watch ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Live Streaming

You can watch ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 online. You only need to register on this website, it will take 20 seconds to register:\r\n

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ICC World Cup 2011 Matches Live Flash Streaming
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ICC World Cup Schedule

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Date Local GMT PST Match Details Venue
Feb 19, 2011 14:30 08:30 13:30 Group B : Bangladesh vs India, 1st ODI Day Night Match - Day Night Match Mirpur
Feb 20, 2011 09:30 04:00 09:00 Group A : New Zealand vs Kenya, 2nd ODI - Day Night Match Chennai
Feb 20, 2011 14:30 09:00 14:00 Group A : Sri Lanka vs Canada, 3rd ODI Day Night Match - Day Night Match Hambantota
Feb 21, 2011 14:30 09:00 14:00 Group A : Australia vs Zimbabwe, 4th ODI Day Night Match - Day Night Match Ahmedabad
Feb 22, 2011 14:30 09:00 14:00 Group B : England vs Netherlands, 5th ODI Day Night Match - Day Night Match Nagpur
Feb 23, 2011 14:30 09:00 14:00 Group A : Pakistan vs Kenya, 6th ODI Day Night Match Hambantota
Feb 24, 2011 14:30 09:00 14:00 Group B : South Africa vs West Indies, 7th ODI Day Night Match Delhi
Feb 25, 2011 09:30 03:30 08:30 Group B : Bangladesh vs Ireland, 8th ODI Mirpur
Feb 25, 2011 14:30 09:00 14:00 Group A : Australia vs New Zealand, 9th ODI Day Night Match Nagpur
Feb 26, 2011 14:30 09:00 14:00 Group A : Pakistan vs Sri Lanka, 10th ODI Day Night Match Colombo
Feb 27, 2011 14:30 09:00 14:00 Group B : India vs England, 11th ODI Day Night Match Bangalore
Feb 28, 2011 09:30 04:00 09:00 Group A : Canada vs Zimbabwe, 12th ODI Nagpur
Feb 28, 2011 14:30 09:00 14:00 Group B : West Indies vs Netherlands, 13th ODI Day Night Match Delhi
Mar 1, 2011 14:30 09:00 14:00 Group A : Sri Lanka vs Kenya, 14th ODI Day Night Match Colombo
Mar 2, 2011 14:30 09:00 14:00 Group B : England vs Ireland, 15th ODI Day Night Match Bangalore
Mar 3, 2011 09:30 04:00 09:00 Group B : South Africa vs Netherlands, 16th ODI Mohali
Mar 3, 2011 14:30 09:00 14:00 Group A : Pakistan vs Canada, 17th ODI Day Night Match Colombo
Mar 4, 2011 09:30 04:00 09:00 Group A : New Zealand vs Zimbabwe, 18th ODI Ahmedabad
Mar 4, 2011 14:30 08:30 13:30 Group B : Bangladesh vs West Indies, 19th ODI Day Night Match Mirpur
Mar 5, 2011 14:30 09:00 14:00 Group A : Australia vs Sri Lanka, 20th ODI Day Night Match Colombo
Mar 6, 2011 09:30 04:00 09:00 Group B : South Africa vs England, 21st ODI Chennai
Mar 6, 2011 14:30 09:00 14:00 Group B : India vs Ireland, 22nd ODI Day Night Match Bangalore
Mar 7, 2011 14:30 09:00 14:00 Group A : Canada vs Kenya, 23rd ODI Day Night Match Delhi
Mar 8, 2011 14:30 09:00 14:00 Group A : Pakistan vs New Zealand, 24th ODI Day Night Match Kandy
Mar 9, 2011 14:30 09:00 14:00 Group B : India vs Netherlands, 25th ODI Day Night Match Delhi
Mar 10, 2011 14:30 09:00 14:00 Group A : Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe, 26th ODI Day Night Match Kandy
Mar 11, 2011 09:30 04:00 09:00 Group B : West Indies vs Ireland, 27th ODI Mohali
Mar 11, 2011 14:30 08:30 13:30 Group B : Bangladesh vs England, 28th ODI Day Night Match Chittagong
Mar 12, 2011 14:30 09:00 14:00 Group B : India vs South Africa, 29th ODI Day Night Match Nagpur
Mar 13, 2011 09:30 04:00 09:00 Group A : New Zealand vs Canada, 30th ODI Mumbai
Mar 13, 2011 14:30 09:00 14:00 Group A : Australia vs Kenya, 31st ODI Day Night Match Bangalore
Mar 14, 2011 09:30 03:30 08:30 Group B : Bangladesh vs Netherlands, 32nd ODI Chittagong
Mar 14, 2011 14:30 09:00 14:00 Group A : Pakistan vs Zimbabwe, 33rd ODI Day Night Match Kandy
Mar 15, 2011 14:30 09:00 14:00 Group B : South Africa vs Ireland, 34th ODI Day Night Match Kolkata
Mar 16, 2011 14:30 09:00 14:00 Group A : Australia vs Canada, 35th ODI Day Night Match Bangalore
Mar 17, 2011 14:30 09:00 14:00 Group B : England vs West Indies, 36th ODI Day Night Match Chennai
Mar 18, 2011 09:30 04:00 09:00 Group A : Ireland vs Netherlands, 37th ODI Kolkata
Mar 18, 2011 14:30 09:00 14:00 Group A : Sri Lanka vs New Zealand, 38th ODI Day Night Match Mumbai
Mar 19, 2011 09:30 03:30 08:30 Group B : Bangladesh vs South Africa, 39th ODI Mirpur
Mar 19, 2011 14:30 09:00 14:00 Group A : Pakistan vs Australia, 40th ODI Day Night Match Colombo
Mar 20, 2011 09:30 04:00 09:00 Group A : Zimbabwe vs Kenya, 41st ODI Kolkata
Mar 20, 2011 14:30 09:00 14:00 Group B : India vs West Indies, 42nd ODI Day Night Match Chennai
Mar 23, 2011 14:30 09:30 14:30 TBC vs TBC, 1st Quarter Final ODI Day Night Match Mirpur
Mar 24, 2011 14:30 10:00 15:00 TBC vs TBC, 2nd Quarter Final ODI Day Night Match Colombo
Mar 25, 2011 14:30 09:30 14:30 TBC vs TBC, 3rd Quarter Final ODI Day Night Match Mirpur
Mar 26, 2011 14:30 10:00 15:00 TBC vs TBC, 4th Quarter Final ODI Day Night Match Ahmedabad
Mar 29, 2011 14:30 10:00 15:00 TBC vs TBC, 1st Semi Final ODI Day Night Match Colombo
Mar 30, 2011 14:30 10:00 15:00 TBC vs TBC, 2nd Semi Final ODI Day Night Match Mohali
Apr 2, 2011 14:30 10:00 15:00 TBC vs TBC, The Final ODI Day Night Match Mumbai

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