April 17, 2009

My bookmarks today - Friday, April 17, 2009

::Honda Accord:: - v6
The new 3.5L i-VTEC engine with VCM technology gives you an awesome 275ps from 6 cylinders whenever you need it, and automatically deactivates cylinders when you don't.
4:35:11 PM
Use Thread Pools Correctly: Keep Tasks Short and Nonblocking
"Thread pools are about taking a sea of work items and spreading them across available parallel hardware."
2:56:39 PM
BlackBerry app developers must make key choices
"RIM's multipronged plan means you can go quick-and-dirty with Web skills or do richer apps with the more complex Java"
2:55:58 PM
www.WhatIsTesting.com • Index page
1:10:17 PM
Ishan & friends - People do blog!
"I and My friend hate manilal"
12:33:58 PM
How to Re-Enable the Hyper-V Hypervisor after Setting up a Windows 7/Server 2008 Dual Boot Configuration
bcdedit /set hypervisorlaunchtype auto
12:23:44 PM
Technology Review: Hijacking Mobile-Phone Data
"Mobile phones are becoming ever more useful for transmitting data in addition to making voice calls, and they're increasingly being used for sensitive activities such as online banking, as well as for searching the Internet and downloading mobile games"
10:45:54 AM
Sony Ericsson Posts Loss and Announces Job Cuts
"Mobile phone maker Sony Ericsson on Friday posted a euro293 million ($387 million) net loss in the first quarter on falling sales and said it would slash an additional 2,000 jobs to cut costs."
10:44:51 AM
Microsoft's Xbox 360 bucks trend with 25% sales increase in March - TechFlash: Seattle's Technology News Source
"Microsoft sold 330,000 Xbox 360 game consoles in the U.S. in March, a 25 percent increase over the same month last year, according to results released this afternoon by the NPD Group market research firm. The result came despite an overall decline in the video-game industry, including decreasing U.S. sales of the competing Sony PlayStation 3 and Nintendo Wii"
10:44:10 AM
Microsoft discloses ambitious security strategy
"Microsoft Thursday began detailing a security strategy that will see it combine its identity management efforts with its Forefront security products built for clients, servers and the network edge"
10:42:25 AM

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