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A Simple Tweak for your Symbian[s60] Device

by PsP on 13th January 2011 at 01:42 PM
Okay. So most of us must be having a Nokia cellphone operating in Symbian s60 OS. If not, I am afraid this post wont help you

So, there is a simple tweak I read in a magazine a while ago. Its an easter egg in s60 platform. It will help to speed up your device. Some of you might have tried it before, But nonetheless I thought about sharing it with all of you. Following are the simple steps : -

1. In your Phone's Time and Date settings, change the date to 01.05.2005

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Laptop Rankings : 2010

by PsP on 8th January 2011 at 12:55 PM
The Year which saw the rise of some amazing notebooks has finally ended. The Competition is hardcore. Around 170 significant notebooks were born in this year. Some Brands excelled in Designs whereas some Were awesome in providing customer services. Some were Innovative while some delivered better Performance. And Its no Surprise that Apple was selected as the Best Laptop Brand 2010. The Following are the ratings according to LaptopMag , one of the leading technological magazines.


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Why were there Changes in Periodic table? : In Brief

by PsP on 6th January 2011 at 04:12 PM
One of the science blogs I read started off with news of the Periodic Table being changed by the IUPAC in December 2010. The chart is changed every time someone creates a new element in a laboratory setting, but this change is more fundamental than documenting an obscure, unstable element that very few people care about. The molecular weight of ten common elements was changed from a fixed number to a range. Why?

To understand why the Periodic Table was changed, we need to go back

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