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Top 10 Ways to Upgrade Your Music-Listening Experience

Many of them were music lovers,but our listening experience may not be good due to messi players,poor head phones,scrambled  libraries and these are just some experience which creates poor music experiences.Here are the 10 ways you can upgrade your Music-Listening Experience. 10. Clean Up Your Music Library Full size It's tough to listen to your music if you can't find it. While not particularly sexy, one of the best upgrades you can perform iscleaning up and organizing your music library. Mac iTunes users can benefit fromDoug's AppleScripts, but for the most part this is going to be a pretty boring chore. Put a nice mix together on a separate computer or music player and enjoy your favorite songs while you strip your library of its duplicates and unwanted tracks. It won't be fun, but it'll be well worth the effort.
9. Mix It Up with Some Live Shows Full size You can carry around just about any song you want these days, but that's rarely better than seeing your…

Toshiba Libretto W100- Pentium at Rs 80000

Its a tablet or a mini computer different product with difference appearance but too costly.Its based on windows os and i am expecting it to run windows 8 which will get real success.... Quick Overview Libretto W100 – Pentium 7” Dual Screen with stability of SSD comes in small packet. Elegant looks with superb style makes it stand like a trend setter. Libretto W100—U7310 Pentium Processor U5400 (1.2GHz, 3MB Cache, 800MHz FSB)/62GB SSD/2GB DDR3 RAM/Integrated/7” Dual Screen/VGA/Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium/1 Year warranty
E-book Reader – Can view documents like reading a book
Leight-Weighs 819gms only
Screen Sharing – Screen or content can be shared between both the screens
Built-In Webcam with Microphone for easy video chats
Extended Screen – Screen can be extended to see single object on two screens
ClearSuper View for real life like high quality display
5 types of virtual keyboard for multipurpose usage.
Touchpad with Multi Touch Control Details The Libretto is a li…

Asus K55VM-SX086D / 3rd Generation Core i7 / 8 GB / 1 TB Laptop at Just 51000

Friends,while i am searching for a laptop for my friend i have came across this laptop and i really amazed by seeing its configuration.And if you really need to buy high end laptop this one is really robust.
A Quick Overview Asus K55VM-SX086D

Refined beauty by design
The ASUS K55 features an aluminum construction and comes in luxurious smoky brown and dark indigo colors. It features a sleek, wedge-shaped design with a textured finish.

Powerful performance
The ASUS K55 features the 3rd generation Intel® Core™ i7 processor and the NVIDIA® GeForce® 630M graphics card with Microsoft DirectX® 11 to provide all the computing power users will ever need.

Keeping computing cool and easy
The K55 has an array of features designed to make computing easier. It features an ergonomically-designed iF Design award winning chiclet keyboard; while IceCool Technology places heat-generating components away from the palm rest, ensuring a comfortable typing experience for users even after prolonged…

The Big Bang Didn't Need God to Start Universe, Researchers Say

Our universe could have popped into existence 13.7 billion years ago without any divine help whatsoever, researchers say.
That may run counter to our instincts, which recoil at the thought of something coming from nothing. But we shouldn't necessarily trust our instincts, for they were honed to help us survive on the African savannah 150,000 years ago, not understand the inner workings ofthe universe.Instead, scientists say, we should trust the laws of physics.
"TheBig Bangcould've occurred as a result of just the laws of physics being there," said astrophysicist Alex Filippenko of the University of California, Berkeley. "With the laws of physics, you can get universes."
Filippenko spoke here Saturday (June 23) at the SETICon 2 conference, during a panel discussion called "Did the Big Bang Require a Divine Spark?" 
Quantum fluctuations
In the very weird world of quantum mechanics, which describes action on a subatomic scale, random fluctuati…

Parts of Mars Interior as Wet as Earth's

The interior of Mars holds vast reservoirs of water, with some spots apparently as wet as Earth's innards, scientists say.
The finding upends previous studies, which had estimated that the Red Planet's internal water stores were scanty at best — something of a surprise, given that liquid water apparently flowed on the Martian surface long ago.
"It’s been puzzling why previous estimates for the planet’s interior have been so dry," co-author Erik Hauri, of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, said in a statement. "This new research makes sense and suggests that volcanoes may have been the primary vehicle for getting water to the surface."
The scientists examined two Martian meteorites that formed in the planet's mantle, the layer under the crust. These rocks landed on Earth about 2.5 million years ago, after being blasted off the Red Planet by a violent impact.
Using a technique called secondary ion mass spectrometry, the team determined tha…

Animal smarts: What do dolphins and dogs know?

It's not just man's closer primate relatives that exhibit brain power. Dolphins, dogs and elephants are teaching us a few lessons, too.
Dolphin brains involve completely different wiring from primates, especially in the neocortex, which is central to higher functions such as reasoning and conscious thought. Dolphins are so distantly related to humans that it's been 95 million years since we had even a remotely common ancestor. Yet when it comes to intelligence, social behavior and communications, some researchers say dolphins come as close to humans as our ape and monkey cousins. Maybe closer.
"They understand concepts like zero, abstract concepts. They do everything that chimpanzees do and bonobos can do," said Lori Marino, a neuroscientist at Emory University who specializes in dolphin research. "The fact is that they are so different from us and so much like us at the same time." In recent years, animal researchers have found that thought …

Windows phones to miss out on new software

As it struggles to gain a foothold against the iPhone and Android phones, Microsoft Corp. is planning to issue a dramatic update to its phone software, one that won't be available to current Windows Phones. The new software, Windows Phone 8, will be available on new phones this fall, Microsoft said Wednesday at a presentation in San Francisco. The software will bring Windows phones closer to PCs and tablets running the company's upcoming Windows 8, which is also scheduled to launch later this year. With its planned software updates —and the Surface tablet computer it introduced earlier this week— Microsoft is taking dramatic steps to ensure that it plays a major role in the increasingly important mobile market. But the company is playing catch-up in an arena dominated by Apple and Google. Microsoft launched Windows Phone 7 in 2010, making a clean break with its previous phone software, which had become outdated. Nokia Corp., until recently the world's biggest mak…

5 Things You Do Before Quitting Facebook

Facebook has been around for almost eight years now. Over those years, it has amassed more than 900 million users under its blue banner, which is a great achievement in itself, not to mention the impact it has had on people's life, especially teenagers. However, as a result of some developments, recent or otherwise, people have been trying to limit, or cut off Facebook altogether. Personally, I can think of many reasons why they'd want to do this. But in any case, if you're one of these people, then you might want to preserve some of your most important information before saying goodbye to Facebook. Even after quitting Facebook, you can still use some of the features it provides, so you wouldn't really feel left out.

Why would you want to quit Facebook?As I said, recently, quite a few people have been either deleting or deactivating their Facebook accounts. Perhaps Google+ is to blame. But on a broader spectrum, Facebook itself is responsible for most of it. First, of …

Cool alternative web browsers for your Android device

In addition to the keyboard, the other major item Android users love to change up is the stock web browser. Now the stock browser is OK and gets the job done, but one of the great aspects of Android is that there are always alternatives.

Over the last year or so, there have been a fair number of alternative web browsers that have hit the market. Some work well and some are a work in progress. It has been a while since we posted on web browsers so here is my list of some of the more popular web browsers available for Android devices today.
Dolphin Browser® HD (Free) Dolphin Browser is probably one of the oldest and most recognized alternatives to the stock Android browser, and rightly so. With this browser, you get a ton of options and customization. They have designed it to provide the maximum amount of real estate on the screen. All menus are setup as sidebars, and to access them you simply swipe inwards from the sides.
When I think of the Dolphin Browser, I think of add-o…

Hands-on with the new Microsoft Surface supertablet

When future historians look back at the evolution of the computer and corporate computing superiority, June 18, 2012 will be circled with red pen as a key date in history. On this day, Microsoft introduced the Surface, a revolutionary new supertablet product that helped the company regain its mantle as the market innovator, a mantle Apple stole long ago. Or, perhaps, this day will go down in history as a futile last-gasp attempt to stay relevant, much akin to how Polaroid and Eastman Kodak were a day late in jumping into the digital camera arena. The final verdict will, of course, be delivered on store shelves this fall.
At this moment in time, Apple is king of the tablet experience, with Android gaining ground. Microsoft is nowhere to be seen — nowhere, that is, until now. Meet the Microsoft Surface.
First Impressions
Without a doubt, the Surface is a sexy device. It's sleek — more angular than you'd expect, as if to set itself apart from the more rounded iPad. Tho…