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Archive for February, 2010
Stainless steel and OLED screen: there’s no way a handset with that kind of features will ever blend in with the crowd of handsets. Add the hefty price tag and you got the high-end biting the dust too, just like that. But then, there’s always someone like us to ruin the pleasure. Poking and prying, finding out if it’s worth your dime. Wait a minute, did we say dime?! Sorry, we got carried away. Can’t help it with the Continue Reading…
If we’re allowed an automotive metaphor, the Nokia 6303 classic is one of those handsets that will get you from A to B without burning rubber at the traffic lights. It’s just how most phones are used: voice call cruising with an occasional red light jump to keep things interesting. If you’re not a street racer that eats 8 megapixel and breathes 7.2Mbps, the 6303 classic will be just fine for snapping a photo on the go or browsing the web.
You probably already know where this is going and what the Nokia 6303 is all about – it will bail you out of a tough spot when you need more Continue Reading…
Like it or not, it is a fact that now days almost all the appliances in use are made in China. China is currently the world’s manufacturing base, churning
out cheap and fair quality products ranging from common pins to automobile cars. Although, they may be cheap, but sometimes, some of the products can be of very good quality. But then that is very far and between. Normally, Chinese goods are what we like to call, expandable.
Today, I will be reviewing here my very own mobile phone, and guess where has being made. Where of course, but CHINA!!
With its slim design and light weight Continue Reading…
The most common problem areas are:
- backs of the upper arm
- backs of the thighs.
The exercises can be done in any order – try mixing with some cardiovascular exercise such as jogging or cycling, or tag them on to your usual workout.
Before you start
- Always warm up for five to ten minutes with a Continue Reading…
Mustafa Kamal, the celebrated Nazim of Karachi has also got to his credit the network of parks, small and bigger ones, throughout the city. He has surely done that in good faith, and families in Karachi are enjoying this open space, which has become so sparse and so rare.
One reader pointed me out about the Obscenity, Offense, sex Continue Reading…