Archive for the ‘Good News’ category

My Last Post For This Year

August 16th, 2009

Everything comes with time. I don’t know what is the next Allah 23lam I’m waiting to see what will happen in the next months and i have changed one point in my life now. Allah 23lam,when will i start to think of it again but Sure not now Minimum 3 or 4 years but 5er ISA

I hope for all my friends ykono b5er and i will miss begad for all my friends

See You 3ala 5er ISA

Google Drops A Nuclear Bomb On Microsoft. And It’s Made of Chrome.

July 10th, 2009

Wow. So you know all those whispers about a Google desktop operating system that never seem to go away? You thought they might with the launch of Android, Google’s mobile OS. But they persisted. And for good reason, because it’s real.
In the second half of 2010, Google plans to launch the Google Chrome OS, an operating system designed from the ground up to run the Chrome web browser on netbooks. “It’s our attempt to re-think what operating systems should be,” Google tonight on its blog.

But let’s be clear on what this really is. This is Google dropping the mother of bombs on its chief rival, Microsoft. It even says as much in the first paragraph of its post, “However, the operating systems that browsers run on were designed  in an era where there was no web.” Yeah, who do you think they mean by that?
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Review: Nokia N97 – So Close, Yet So Very, Very Far.

July 10th, 2009

Oh, Nokia N97. I wanted to touch you from the first time I Iaid eyes on you. You seemed like everything I wanted in a handset. You’d be the phone that surmounted the shortcomings of every smartphone before it. You were to be the mobile masterpiece. At least, I thought you were.
I’ve had the Nokia N97 for roughly 3 weeks now. Usually, we push out our reviews after just a week or so with the device – but I just couldn’t bring myself to sit down and review this one. img_1431-630x472Why? Because I thought I was missing something. There just had to be something I was overlooking – some setting, some application, just something that would earn this handset its pre-allotted spot in my pocket.

I wasn’t missing anything.