Saturday, July 17, 2010
Model of such a "wired" wireless headset Sony Ericsson MW600 was presented simultaneously with the first line of smartphone Xperia, use the
operating system Android, model X10. Unlike its predecessor, the new MW600 was also a radio and standard 3.5-mm headphone jack, allowing use with a headset favorite headphones. The display can display not only the names of songs or radio (including data RDS) and the name of the caller, if it is in the phone's address book. Supports voice dial feature, and displays the battery level of the phone. In general, the toy promises to be very interesting. On the timing and price, unfortunately, still unknown.
Keep an extra pair of eyes (and ears) on your baby from anywhere in the house with this Wireless Baby Monitor, which features night vision and remote pan/tilt control. With this Wireless Baby Monitor, you finally have the freedom to watch TV, entertain guests, do household chores, exercise, and even sleep with peace of mind that you will always know when your baby needs you. A 2.5 inch LCD screen lets you to keep an eye on the little ones without having to wake them, while the built-in mic allows you to hear their every cry and yell. More after the break...
The Chinese are also people and they have just as hot in here, everyone wants to swim, but how to do this in a country with a population of 1.34 billion people? It turns out everything really, you become more tightly to each other and stand to cool in a cool drink of water:) More images after the break...
A sister of the Leeward island chain, Anguilla is truly one of the most romantic places on earth. Tucked away in the middle of the tranquil Caribbean Sea, a magical island lives and breathes a dynamic culture amidst a Garden of Eden of white sandy beaches and scintillating azure waters. As one sways with the ebb and flow of the gentle currents, you become a witness to nature’s perfect functions when left untouched.
Authorities in the former Soviet republic of Georgia claim a woman from a remote mountain village turned 130, making her the oldest person on Earth. Antisa Khvichava from western Georgia was born on July 8, 1880, said Georgiy Meurnishvili, spokesman for the civil registry at the Justice Ministry. The woman, who lives with her 40-year-old grandson in an idyllic vine-covered country house in the mountains, retired from her job as a tea and corn picker in 1965, when she was 85, records say.
Antisa 'the oldest person on Earth' turns 130 (and she doesn't look a day over)
Every year from July 7th-14th thousands pack into Pamplona to start Spain's most famous bull-running fiesta to honour Navarre capital's patron saint, San Fermin. Spain stages more than 3,000 fiestas (festivals) each year but the 7 days of bull-running are the favourite in terms of spectacle and excitement. More Images after the break...
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