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Film Kisah Percintaan Pangeran William dan Kate Middleton

29 April 2011

Euforia Jelang pernikahan William and Kate begitu terasa. Tidak hanya di negara Inggris bahkan hingga ke luar negeri. Jika di Indonesia barangkali tidak terasa gaungnya hanya sebatas di media elektronik tapi tidak dengan negara-negara yang berkoloni dengan negara Inggris. Bahkan sebuah film yang menceritakan perjalanan kisah cinta mereka pun ada.

Sebuah film berjudul 'William & Kate: The Movie' bercerita tentang kisah percintaan Pangeran William dan Kate Middleton. Film tersebut mengangkat hubungan keduanya sejak mereka pertama kali bertemu di Universitas St. Andrew, Skotlandia. Silahkan lihat di bawah ini:

Foto Pernikahan Pangeran William dan Kate Middleton

Akhirnya penantian yang cukup panjang dari rakyat Inggris untuk bisa menyaksikan Sang Pangeran bersanding dengan wanita pilihannya pun menjadi kenyataan. Pangeran William dan Kate Middleton akhirnya resmi menjadi suami-istri setelah melalui prosesi pernikahan yang sakral dan mengharukan di Westminster Abbey, London, Jumat (29/4).

Moment yang membahagiakan tersebut dapat kita lihat dalam bentuk foto pernikahan pangeran william dan kate middleton berikut ini.

sumber foto: Vivanews

10 Hottest Technologies Latest Days

It is a snapshot of the products igniting the tech world at this moment in time. Much of the gear has just landed or will touch down shortly. But all of it is blowing us away. Hottest 10 Hi-Tech Technologies is all about the products that are the most talked about and anticipated by most all peoples. This list is the most explosive ever.

10. HTC Flyer

HTC is Android's BFF. It was there at the birth Google's mobile OS and the first to overlay it with a more user-friendly interface in the form of sense UI. It's since won favour with critics and consumers alike-three of the five top-selling UK mobiles were HTC's last month-so it's only logical that it's now serving up a Honeycomb tablet. This seven-inch wunderkind wraps an aluminium unibody around a 1024x600-pixel screen and nippy 1.5 GHz processor. Making it useful for more than just browsing and consuming is the smart stylus, which utilises HTC's new Scribe Technology to make time-stamped notes.

9 & 8. LG Optimus 3D and Samsung Galaxy S II

A saturated market had started to leave us wondering where phones could go next, but this brace of dualcore devices from South Korean tech giants point to the smartphone's second coming. LG's effort produces 3DS-style, glasses-free 3D on its massive 4.3-inch display. It can capture and process 3D stills and video too, through twin five-meg cameras.
The Galaxy S II has no gimmicks as imressive as that, but its dualcore processor and full gigabyte of RAM should make downloads, apps, games and HD video unprecedentedly fast and smooth. It's also only 8.49 mm thick and very light to boot. Both mobile use Android, and lay down the gauntlet to Apple. Can iPhone 5 possibly measure up to these super-mobiles?

7. Sony HDR-TD10

Sony realises that the initial success of 3D relies heavily on early adopters making their own eye-popping content. Hence the Bloggie 3D and this, the best-looking 3D camcoder to date (not with standing the fact that Sony appears to have ripped Wall-E's head off in order to build it). Whereas some other 3D cams reduce the resolution by forcing both images through the same sensor and don't allow zooming, the TD10 has two independent HP sensors and a 10x optical zoom. It'll store up to five hours of 1920x1080 3D footage ready to be viewed on the 3.5-inch Xtra Fine LCD display without the need for specs, or on your new 3D TV. You can also watch 3D footage back in full-HD 2D, shoul you be in the shameful situation of lacking a state-of-the-art telly.

6. Motorola Xoom
With Android 3.0 Honeycomb on board, the Xoom makes the first Galaxy Tab and other early Android tablets look a bit Fisher Price. Its crisp, 10.1-inch, widescreen display has a higher resolution than the iPad 2 and provides ample room for myriad apps and self-updating widgets, such as Google Books and the revamped Gmail for mobile. The 1GHz dualcore processor and tabbed web browser give the kind of polished performance it needs to take on iPad 2. Your communication needs are taken care of thanks to Wi-Fi, optional 3G and two cameras-a rear-mounted five-meg/720p HD one and an impressive two-meg/VGA, front-facing webcam. Add Falsh support-it should be here by the time you read this-and you have both a killer Android and the first real iPad rival.

5. Samsung BD-D7500

Following in the footsteps of the DVD players they've superseded. Blu-ray decks have largely been unappetising slabs of black designed to squat under your telly like malevolent metal turds. Not so the wall-mountable, ineffably lovely, very boringly named BD-D7500. The slimmest 3D BD deck money can buy is just 28 mm deep and can upscale 2D to 3D as well as upscaling non-HD materials to 1080p. It also allows you to wirelessly download thousands of movies if you've shelled out for a six-quid lovefilm subscription, as well as DLNA for streaming your own music and movies. Don't hate it for being beautiful.

4. Sony NGP

This is higher up the Hotness Index than arch-rival Nintindo's 3DS because it bypasses gimmicks such as 3D and goes all out for heavyweight specs. The dual joypads finally allow proper control in a games. While a touchscreen and gyroscope give game developers plenty of other options. The quadcore processor allows for, at the very least, PS2-quality games, while the five-inch, 960x544 widescreen should serve as a crystal-clear window onto virtual worlds. Of course it also higher up the Hottest 10 because it won't be out till Christmas. Remember the immutable law of the tech world:perceived hotness is in inverse proportion to the amount of time spent actually using stuff.

3. RIM BlackBerry Playbox

RIM is taking on Apple and the Android brigade with its own OS and the off-putting tagline of "The world's first professional-grade tablet". RIM's punting the Playboox to its traditional business market then, you might think, but twin HD cameras, access to 7 Digital's excellent music store, superb video on the multi-touch, high-res, 1024x600 screen, a web browser with support for flash 10.1 and "hard core gaming" are not the stuff of dry accountancy seminars. With a 1GHz dualcore processor and 1GB of RAM, N Wi-Fi and the promise of 4G access (where avalaible, ie: not here) this thing shoul really fly..

2. Apple iPad 2

And in a lowly conference centre in Cupertino, the new iPad was born unto us. And yea, Apple's saviour who is called Steve Jobs did see fit to bless it with a faster dualcore CPU and the miracle of "nine times faster graphics"-have faith, brothers-HD video recording and cameras both on the front and yea, unto the back. "And lo, "The Jobs proclaimed, "it shalt be 33 per cent thinner, up to 15 per cent lighter, have a slick new OS and shall retain the same teh-hour battery life and price as my last tablet testament."

1. Motorola Atrix 4G

And so, after much heated debate, this year's hottest gadget is a phone. No, a media server. Oh hang on, no, it's a laptop.

Winning nine awards on its unveiling at CES 2011, this leek Android smartphone boasts the same dualcore Nvidia Tegra 2 processor as Moto's Xoom (#6), 1 GB of a RAM and a four-inch, 960x540 screen. Despite that, it's lighter than the iPhone 4 at 135 g.

That's impressive, if not exceptional-witness the Samsung Galaxy S-but the USP that's grabbed the world's tech heads' attention is its unprecendented versatility and potential to transform a product category, The Atrix, which will be launched exclusively on Orange, can be hooked up to ahost of peripherals via its multimedia dock. Three USBs let you add a keyboard and mouse, while an HDMI output lets you use your TV as a screen, turning the Atrix into a media computer and mini set-top box.

Add Motorola's Lapdock and it becomes an 11.6-inch laptop with eight hours of battery life. We're so excited about it all thet we've run out of room to talk about the 1080p camera, the 4G-readiness, the 16 GB of storage, and the fingerprint scanner.

3 Practical Tips in Using Technology Everyday

Standby, Hibernate or Turn off
There are times when you want to take a break after using the laptop. To further save energy, what should you do with a laptop? Standby, hibernate or turn off?

Standby have similar functions such as sleep mode for your system. The system seemed to die, but you can re-use your laptop in a few seconds after power on. You do not need to reboot, which usually takes several minutes. Only drawback laptops / PCs that use standby mode continue to consume battery energy.

Meanwhile, hibernate mode put the conditions that occur on your laptop into a temporary hard-drive file, then shut down. So, when you turn on your computer / laptop back, the file will automatically load and display exactly as before. You also do not have to bother booting. On the other hand, turn off mode is the same by turning off the computer in total, and for turning on it needs rebooting process.
Standby mode only takes a few seconds to load, while the hibernate a bit longer, about 10 to 20 seconds. Hibernate is longer, but you eliminate the risk of running out of battery energy, experienced by the standby mode.
If you just go for a time not too long, for example a few minutes only, then select the standby mode. In the meantime, if you break for quite a long pause, for example a few hours then select Hibernate. But if you're going to break in a long time, such a full day, then you should turn off only.

Longer Battery Life
Are you more likely to charge a laptop as compared to using energy from the battery? If yes, then your battery's life cycle has the potential to decrease. Especially if your laptop is constantly connected to AC power and not use the battery for long periods.

So, when you can use AC power, then dislodged the battery from the laptop. It's a little inconvenient, but certainly better than the need to replace with new battery that is expensive.

Then do not put the battery in temperatures that are too high or too cold. Temperatures that are too hot can cause the battery quickly drains energy, while cold temperatures are also less able to produce energy. Meanwhile, a new battery to be used requires a fully charged and discharged cycle several times before being able to operate with full capacity.

The importance of UPS
When you are booting up the system, but then ran out of energy or power failure, then the impact could be dangerous for your system. The risk is system can be damaged, or your PC will not boot anymore. Therefore, you need a UPS or Uninterruptible Power Supply

UPS is a device that provides the energy supply to the PC / laptop, even if occur a power failure. UPS is very important to be used mainly by PC users, because the laptop itself has a battery backup. If there is a UPS, at least you can save the documents being worked on, then turn off the computer safely.

Without a UPS, so when the power fails, your documents risk missing, even your computer can threatened not booting again.

Top 10 Most Expensive iPad Apps

If spending nearly $700 USD on your new Apple iPad 2 64 GB hasn’t fulfilled your urge to part with money, fear not. Don’t waste anymore time browsing iTunes slowly, spending your wealth on less expensive iPad Apps that just cost a few dollars. Just for you, we’ve collected the costliest choices of the App Store.

10. TouchChat IconTouchchat HD – AAC with WordPower – $299.99

If you have trouble reading this or communicating with natural speech and words, you probably need Touchchat HD. In all seriousness, this iPad app seems like it could be useful tool for communicating with the impaired.

9. MBA Learning iconMBA Learning Studio. Platinum Edition – $299.99


Who needs expensive graduate degrees when you have an MBA program available at any time on your iPad?

8. Becker Flashcards iconBecker’s 2011 CPA Mobile Flashcards for iPad $299.99

Step up your memorization on the path to your thrilling career as a CPA. Trade the time and paper needed to build your own flashcards in and with just a simple payment of $299.99 turn your iPad into flashcards.

7. MobileCamViewerMobileCamViewer – $349.99

You aren’t being paranoid when everyone is actually out to get you. MobileCamViewer lets you be omnipresent, watching 6 cameras at one time in absolute control of any situation.

6. Idia iconiDIA Diagnostic Imaging Atlas – $349.99 (Equine), $399.99 (Small Animal)

Hay is for horses, but iDIA Diagnostic Imaging Atlas Equine is for horse veterinarians. You better hope the vet treating your million dollar thoroughbred has this expensive iPad application. There’s also a small animal version.

5. MySCADA iconmySCADA – $399.99

We actually have no idea what mySCADA does but apparently SCADA is short for Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition and mySCADA features an advanced Human Machine Interface (HMI). Sounds like serious business.

4. Architactile iconArchitactile Inception – $499.99

Architactile Inception is the archetypal application for architects to enable and accelerate their architecture.

3. Alchemist iconThe Alchemist SMS- $999.99

The Alchemist SMS (Scrape Management System). While alchemy hasn’t yet perfected transmutation, The Alchemist SMS allegedly helps users in the steel and scrap industry create gold by reducing costs.

2. Wolfvision iPad iconIntuition Control Solo WolfVision – $999.99

Control your patent-pending WolfVision visualizers! Revolutionize video conferencing! Use exclamation points for impact! Save your visualizer images right on your iPad!

1. Barmax for iPad iconBarMax CA and BarMax NY for iPad – $999.99

Harvard lawyers have teamed up with top iPad developers to sell you on the litigious dream of long stress filled work hours. Now you can study for your bar exam in between games of Angry Birds right on your iPad! Just one easy payment of $999.99.

Top 10 Most Expensive Cars In The World: Top 10 List 2010-2011

What is the most expensive car in the world? The 1931 Bugatti Royale Kellner Coupe was sold for $8,700,000 in 1987. However, that car and many alike will not be included in this list because it is not available on the market today. It is hard to imagine someone would actually spend 8 million dollars on a car instead of using it for something more productive. However, if you have the money and the opportunity, you will definitely spend a small fraction of it to place a few of these supercars in your garage. Here are the 10 most expensive production cars on the market.

1. Bugatti Veyron $1,700,000. 

This is by far the most expensive street legal car available on the market today. It is the fastest accelerating car reaching 0-60 in 2.6 seconds. It claims to be the fastest car with a top speed of 253 mph+. However, the title for the fastest car goes to the SSC Ultimate Aero which exceed 253 mph pushing this car to 2nd place for the fastest car.

2. Lamborghini Reventon $1,600,000. 

The most powerful and the most expensive Lamborghini ever built is the second on the list. It takes 3.3 seconds to reach 60 mph and it has a top speed of 211 mph. Its rarity (limited to 20) and slick design are the reasons why it is so expensive and costly to own.

3. McLaren F1 $970,000. 

In 1994, the McLaren F1 was the fastest and most expensive car. Even though it was built 15 years ago, it has an unbelievable  top speed of 240 mph and reaching 60 mph in 3.2 seconds. Even as of today, the McLaren F1 is still top on the list and it outperformed many other supercars.

4. Ferrari Enzo $670,000. 

The most known supercar ever built. The Enzo has a top speed of 217 mph and reaching 60 mph in 3.4 seconds. Only 400 units were produced and it is currently being sold for over $1,000,000 at auctions.

5. Pagani Zonda C12 F $667,321. 

Produced by a small independent company in Italy, the Pagani Zonda C12 F is the 5th fastest car in the world. It promises to delivery a top speed of 215 mph+ and it can reach 0-60 in 3.5 seconds.

6. SSC Ultimate Aero $654,400. 

Don't let the price tag fool you, the 6th most expensive car is actually the fastest street legal car in the world with a top speed of 257 mph+ and reaching 0-60 in 2.7 seconds. This baby cost nearly half as much as the Bugatti Veyron, yet has enough power to top the most expensive car in a speed race. It is estimated that only 25 of this exact model will ever be produced.

7. Saleen S7 Twin Turbo $555,000. 

The first true American production certified supercar, this cowboy is also rank 3rd for the fastest car in the world. It has a top speed of 248 mph+ and it can reach 0-60 in 3.2 seconds. If you are a true American patriot, you can be proud to show off this car.

8. Koenigsegg CCX $545,568. 

Swedish made, the Koenigsegg is fighting hard to become the fastest car in the world. Currently, it is the 4th fastest car in the world with a top speed of 245 mph+, the car manufacture Koenigsegg is not giving up and will continue to try and produce the fastest car. Good luck with that!

9. Mercedes Benz SLR McLaren Roadster $495,000. 

A GT supercar, the SLR McLaren is the fastest automatic transmission car in the world with a top speed of 206 mph+ and reaching 60 mph in 3.8 seconds. It is a luxurious convertible with a really powerful engine, which results in outstanding performances and style.

10. Porsche Carrera GT $440,000. 

A supercar with dynamic stability control and a top speed of 205 mph+ and it can reach 0-60 in 3.9 seconds. The Porsche Carrera GT applies the absolute calibers of a true racing car to offer an unprecedented driving feeling on the road.

Top 10 Most Expensive Watches in The World Today

Here is a top list watches that you might never be so reach to buy. How could be? The price of them exceeds the purchasing power of common people on this world. These are the watches that only a business man who has an yacht can afford to buy. I hope you will enjoy it!

10. Breguet pocket watch 1907BA/12: $734,000

Breguet company was founded 225 years ago, one of the oldest watch companies in the world. Breguet is now part of the Swatch Group Company. Pocket Watch 1907BA/12 is a luxurious watch, which is made of 18 carat gold. The movement is hand made.

9. Blancpain 1735, Grande Complication: $800,000


Blancpain 1735 Grande Complication is a very luxurious watch, its case is made of platinum. The strap is made of crocodile skin and the engine parts are made of 740 pieces of handmade parts and components, beeing one of the most complex wirstwatches ever made in the world.

8. Louis Moinet Magistralis: $860,000


You might ever heard that there is a watch made of 2000 years meteorite and that watch is this beautiful Louis Moinet Magistralis. Its case is made of 18 carat gold.
Scarcity of moon meteorite is the main reason that this watch is so expensive and it won’t be produced repeatedly.

7. Hublot Black Caviar Bang: $1 million


You might wonder why this watch is too expensive. There are some facts that made this expensive. It was made in 2000 hours of detailed and meticulous workmanship, the case is made of 18 carat white gold combined with 322 grains of black gems included in the belt section, that makes a total of 25 carat gold. If you think twice, this watch is not expensive at all, considering that is unique in the world. It’s only one piece in the world.

6. The Chopard Super Ice Cube: $1.1 million


It’s called Chopard Super Ice Cube because its shape is just like an ice cubes. This watch is made of package of gemstones. The gemstones are 66 carat.

5. Patek Philippe Sky Moon Tourbillon: $1.3 million


Patek Philippe Sky Moon Tourbillon is a very expensive watch because its made from 688 parts including super small size (microscopic) part. The case is made of platinum. It is produced in only 2 pieces/year, a series of platinum and another one is rose gold series.

4. Vacheron Constantin Tour de l’Ile: $1.5 million


Vacheron Constantin Tour de l’Ile is considered one of the most complex watch ever made by human. Its made of 834 parts with over 10.000 hours to be produced (more than an year). The watch has two faces, which shows the same time, its case is made of gold. This watch is produced in only 7 units all over the world.

3. Patek Philippe’s Platinum World Time: $4 million


This watch became world’s most expensive watch in 2002 when it was sold for $4 million in an auction event. The special thing about this watch is that displays a 24-hour time zones in different countries, and its very easy to read.

2. Patek Philippe’s Supercomplication: $11 million


Patek Philippe’s Supercomplication is an 18 carat gold pocket watch made in 1932. It was produced in 4 years. This watch is booked by New York banker Henry Graves, Jr. This watch set a record for pocket watch in the year 1999 when it was sold by auction.

1. 201-carat Chopard: $25 million

This watch is the most expensive watch in the world. It might be unbelieveable, but this watch worth $25 million. It is made of 15 carat pink diamond, 12 carat blue diamond and 11 carat white diamond. In addition there’s 163 carat diamond surrounded by white and yellow, so that is a total of 201 carat, as the name of the watch.

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