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PDA’s US army

The U.S. Army is sending more than three hundred Commander’s Digital Assistant (CDA) hand held computers to Iraq with platoon leaders and company commanders later this year. This CDA is a new design, based on experience with CDAs sent to Iraq last year. The CDA is basically a militarized PDA (Personal Digital Assistant, like the Palm). PDA technology is changing so fast, especially by traditional military procurement standards, that the army expects to have a new version of the CDA every year or so. The 2005 model (shipping out later this year) will have satellite phone capability and be able to download maps, along with instructions overlayed on the maps. The army is taking advantage of cheaper, and more compact, memory available to provide this vital map download feature. It’s now possible to equip a PDA with a gigabyte, or more, of flash (like used in digital cameras) memory. Most users are unaware of the fact that their cell phones, PDAs and iPods have all become, basically, hand held computers. All of these use the StrongArm or XScale CPU, a processor chip designed years ago for small devices, and continually updated (and now owned by Intel, which supplies over 80 percent of the CPUs for laptops and desktop computers.) Some PDAs, like the iPaqs, have long been considered handheld computers, using a PDA version of the Windows operating system and PDA versions of WORD and Excel. Even the iPod MP3 player has an operating system, display manager, database manager, hard drive hardware and software and digital sound hardware and software.

Osborne 1 : The First True Portable Computer

Osborne 1 : The First True Portable Computer

Introduced : April 1981

Price : US 1,795$

Weight : 24.5 Pounds = 11.11 KG

CPU : Zilog Z80 @ 4.0 MHz

RAM : 64 K RAM

Display : built-in 5″ moni

Ports : parallel / IEEE-488 / modem / serial port

Storage : dual 4.75 inch – 91 K drives


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10 Facts About Nokia You Didn’t Know

The ring-tone “Nokia tune” is actually based on a 19th century guitar work named “Gran Vals” by Spanish musician Francisco Terrega. The Nokia Tune was originally named “Grande Valse” on Nokia phones but was changed to “Nokia Tune” around 1998 when it became so well known that people referred to it as the “Nokia Tune.”

The world’s first commercial GSM call was made in 1991 in Helsinki over a Nokia-supplied network, by Prime Minister of Finland Harri Holkeri, using a Nokia phone.

Nokia is currently the world’s largest digital camera manufacturer, as the sales of its camera-equipped mobile phones have exceeded those of any conventional camera manufacturer.

The “Special” tone available to users of Nokia phones when receiving SMS (text messages) is actually Morse code for “SMS”. Similarly, the “Ascending” SMS tone is Morse code for “Connecting People,” Nokia’s slogan. The “Standard” SMS tone is Morse code for “M” (Message).

The Nokia corporate font (typeface) is the AgfaMonotype Nokia Sans font, originally designed by Eric Spiekermann. Its mobile phone User’s Guides Nokia mostly used the Agfa Rotis Sans font.

In Asia, the digit 4 never appears in any Nokia handset model number, because 4 is considered unlucky in many parts of Southeast/East Asia.

Nokia was listed as the 20th most admirable company worldwide in Fortune’s list of 2006 (1st in network communications, 4th non-US company).

Unlike other modern day handsets, Nokia phones do not automatically start the call timer when the call is connected, but start it when the call is initiated. (Except for Series 60 based handsets like the Nokia 6600)

Nokia is sometimes called aikon (Nokia backwards) by non-Nokia mobile phone users and by mobile software developers, because “aikon” is used in various SDK software packages, including Nokia’s own Symbian S60 SDK.

The name of the town of Nokia originated from the river which flowed through the town. The river itself, Nokianvirta, was named after the old Finnish word originally meaning sable, later pine marten. A species of this small, black-furred predatory animal was once found in the region, but it is now extinct

ProtoType-XD : More Than Meets The Eye

Last words

Last words

الموضوع عبارة عن الكلامات الاخيره الي قالها مجموعه من عظماء التاريخ قبل موتهم

بتمنى ان ينال اعجابكن

Who: Mustafa Kemal Atatürk
Translation: Peace be upon you too

Note: In Islamic belief, the angel of death says “selamınaleyküm.(May peace
be upon you)” when it comes into the room.


Who: Alexander Graham Bell

Note: While Alexander Graham Bell was dying, his deaf wife whispered to him,
“Don’t leave me.” Bell responded by signing the word, “No.”

Who: Napoleon Bonaparte 
France, armée, Joséphine…
Translation: France, army, Josephine


Who: James Brown
I’m going away tonight….
Source: Charles Bobbit, Brown’s longtime personal manager and friend

Note: James Brown uttered his last words minutes before his death, and then
he took three, long quiet breaths and closed his eyes.


Who: Ali ibn Abi Talib
By the Lord of the Ka’bah, I have won.
Note: Ali ibn Abi Talib said that after being stabbed, while leading the Morning
Prayer, by Ibn Maljam


Who: Giacomo Casanova
I have lived as a philosopher, and die as a Christian.


Who: An Apollo 1 astronaut, probably Roger Chaffee  
We got a bad fire! Let’s get out – we’re burning up…


Who: Cleopatra
So here it is!

Note: “It” was the small asp which she allowed to bite her.


Who: Thomas Edison
It’s very beautiful over there.

Note: Spoken to his wife as he lapsed in and out of consciousness. There is
debate over if he meant the afterlife, or the view from his window.


Who: Che Guevara
I know you are here to kill me. Shoot, coward, you are only going to kill a


Who: Saddam Hussein
Ashhadu an la ilaha ill-Allah, wa Muhammadu… (I swear that there is no God but
God and Muhammad… [is his prophet]) which is the Shahadah, the Muslim
affirmation of faith

Saddam’s last words at gallows when the trap door was released. He was
hanged before he could finish the prayer

his last words were Heya hay il marjala…?
(Is this your manhood…?)

Others have accounted his last words were : Go to hell and Palestine is


Who: Marilyn Monroe to her doctor
Say good-bye to Pat, say good-bye to Jack and say good-bye to yourself,
because you’re a nice guy.


Who: Mozart
The taste of death is upon my lips…I feel something, that is not of this

Who: Omar Mukhtar
“I shall overlive my executioner”


Who: Frank Sinatra   
I’m losing
Note: According to his daughter Nancy Sinatra, as told to Variety magazine
senior columnist, Army Archerd. Other sources quote him as saying, “I’m
losin’ it.”


Who: Malcolm X
Brothers! Brothers, please! This is a house of peace!
Other reports have his last words being “Now, now, brothers, break it up, be
cool, be calm.”

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Japanese proverbs

Anzuru yori umu ga yasashi.
Literally: Giving birth to a baby is easier than worrying about it.
Meaning: Fear is greater than the danger. / An attempt is sometimes easier than expected.

Baka wa shinanakya naoranai.
Literally: Unless an idiot dies, he won’t be cured.
Meaning: Only death will cure a fool. / You can’t fix stupid.

Akinasu wa yome ni kuwasuna.
Literally: Don’t let your daughter-in-law eat your autumn eggplants.
Meaning: Don’t let yourself be taken advantage of.

Akusai wa hyaku-nen no fusaku.
Literally: A bad wife spells a hundred years of bad harvest.
Meaning: A bad wife is a ruin of her husband.

Koketsu ni irazunba koji wo ezu.
Literally: If you do not enter the tiger’s cave, you will not catch its cub.
Meaning: Nothing ventured, nothing gained. / You can’t do anything without
risking something.

Saru mo ki kara ochiru.
Literally: Even monkeys fall from trees.
Meaning: Everyone makes mistakes. / Nobody’s perfect.

Tade kuu mushi mo sukizuki
Literally: There are even bugs that eat knotweed.
Meaning: There’s no accounting for taste. / To each his own.

I no naka no kawazu taikai wo shirazu.
Literally: A frog in a well does not know the great sea.
Meaning: People are satisfied to judge things by their own narrow
experience, never knowing of the wide world outside.

Kaeru no ko wa kaeru.
Literally: Child of a frog is a frog.
Meaning: Like father, like son.

Fukusui bon ni kaerazu.
Literally: Spilt water will not return to the tray.
Meaning: A separated couple can never go back to as it was.

Ni usagi wo ou mono wa ichi usagi wo mo ezu.
Literally: One who chases after two hares won’t catch even one.
Meaning: Trying to do two things at once will make you fail in both.

mizu ni nagasu
Literally: let flow in the water
Meaning: Forgive and forget

ame futte ji katamaru
Literally: after the rain, earth hardens
Meaning: After a storm, things will stand on more solid ground than they did before.

一石二鳥(いっせき にちょう
isseki nichō
Literally: one stone, two birds
Meaning: Doing 2 things with one action.

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short love story


you all think that its just a short love story but let me tell you that its very short love  story…enjoy with emotions

One Nite A Girl And Boy Were Going In The Car
There Was Complete Silence
Both Of Them Stayed Quiet For Long

The Girl Then Gave Him A Chit
the Boy B4 Reading It Told The Girl

(Wid Embarassing Expressions)

Dat He Wants 2 Leave Her As He Is Losing His Interest In Her

Then Suddenly An Over Speeded Car Collided
With Their Car
Girl Died N The Boy Survived

When The Boy Opened The Chit
He Droppd A Tear Coz
It Was Written


by me … tonzer


People sometimes want to disguise the fact that they are actually talking about it so

many nicknames for masturbation have been developed

And Here are some :

Spanking the Monkey

Choking the Chicken

Diddling Yourself

Walking the Dog

Whacking Off

Doing the Five-Finger Shuffle

Jerking Off

Flying Solo

Jacking Off

Beating Your Meat

Jilling Off

Pulling Your Pud

Getting Yourself Off

Playing the Skin Flute

Playing with Yourself

Playing Pocket Pool

And I Have Colored The Famous Ones With Red

ProtoType : More Than Meets The Eye