Chinese Guy Singing Tujh Mein Rab Dikhta Hai (Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi) from Chinese Super idol 13 (Luo Ping).
Now thats a bold attempt. He nearly made it! This is a very cool video of a Chinese guy singing to an Indian song on China’s version of American Idol. The audience’s reaction was mind blowing too. Not only is he singing the song very well, but this guy is actually doing SRK dance moves to the song. SRK has succeeded in exporting bollywood to China. Way to go. Next time people will be singing hindi songs from space! Really goes to show you how popular Bollywood has become.
Looking for Social media/sites icons for your blog or web design then your search ends here as I bring a list of 25 Cool and Adorable Social media icons set which will definitely going to get a place on your design/blog.
I’ll be the first to admit that my love for my iPod is nearly boundless. And the new Shuffle design has me practically giddy. 1.8″ by .3″ and the new VoiceOver feature is going to be hard to beat.
However, there’s got to be room for more than just Apple style. A new MP3 player is about to come on to the market that while probably not giving the Shuffle a run for its money should at least make the playing field more interesting.
Introducing The Vitamin from iXing
Designed by Sangnam Park, this little pill is actually an MP3 player. It supports only MP3 and WMA files (which means I’m not getting it since my entire library is in AAC format, a far superior format to MP3 imo). It also has a 30 channel FM tuner, though seriously I don’t really know anyone that listens to the radio anymore. Even I get my NPR via the internet these days.
Other than the novelty of its looks I really don’t think it can outdo the Shuffle. But I do think style is a valid consideration when shopping for an MP3 player so I can’t count it out just yet. I honestly like the design. To change tracks you just twist the pill one way, or to go back a track, twist it the other way. I also like the display, which the Shuffle lacks.
I don’t know yet how they are going to manage volume control (possibly on the head phones themselves?).
Also there is no info on the capacity, at least none that I could find. But it should hold a minimum of 1000 songs (or appox. 4 GB) if it wants to be competitive.
ViewSonic introduces new 24-inch wide-screen LCD monitor, the VG2427. It features Full HD 1920×1080p resolution, 20,000:1 contrast ratio, 300 nits of brightness, 2 USB ports, SRS WOW stereo speakers and “ECO” mode which uses 30 percent less power. ViewSonic VG2427 costs $499.
While I was browsing the Internet I cam across a very interesting site for those that are currently living in UK. I am talking about http://www.simonlyoffers.com/– a site that offers a service that is pretty useful. By using it you will be able to compare prices and you can simply find the best possible offer you are looking for. Keep in mind that I am strictly talking about sim only offers as this is what everything is based on.
Now you might probably wonder why you would actually use such a web site. Well, for starters prices are checked daily and this translates in the fact that all of the Sim only deals presented are up to date. This basically means that you will get the offer that is similar to that you see in the shops without the hassle of doing the research yourself.
What I particularly liked is the fact that all major retailers are listed. This truly is a site that is filled with offers that are presented for the public. There is no connection with a big retailer in order to present their deals first. You will always see the best possible sim only deals. If you want to put your hand on such an offer then you should visit the web site and see what you are to do. It is truly a great opportunity.
Ivy Bean is 104 years old pensioner who lives at Hillside Manor Residential Home in Bradford, West Yorks. She already has a profile on Facebook, and with little help from Geek Squad agent, Martin Dix, she signed up for Twitter (@IvyBean104). She is perhaps the oldest person on planet earth to publish her updates on the microblogging site.
At the time of writing this post, she had around 14,067 followers with 33 updates. It’s not very important if she is the oldest user on Twitter or not, but it’s really hard to find someone of her age willing to learn and try new online services. She is a source of inspiration to all those who say they are too old for the internet. Kudos to Ivy Bean!