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The Hp Touch Screen All In One is a full computer without a CPU. Everything you need is in the monitor. It has a 2 Terabyte hard disk storage and 16 GB RAM. You can purchase it here


A screenshot, screen capture (or screen-cap), screen dump, screengrab is an image taken by the computer user to record the visible items displayed on the monitor, television, or another visual output device such as a smart phone. Usually, this is a digital image using the operating system or software running on the computer, but it can also be a capture made by a camera or a device intercepting the video output of the display. Thank you to whoever invented screenshots. I fucking love them.
Here are two screenshots.

A screenshot from my smartphone.

A screenshot from my laptop


Pornhub wants you to turn your dirty thoughts into clean energy using their wristband. The good people at Pornhub are a green-minded and innovative bunch indeed, and as such are quite concerned about the amount of energy that goes into streaming Welcome to the O.C., Bitch 1-7 to millions of screens all across the world. Enter the “Wankband,” which is a wristband that will ideally generate enough “dirty energy” — I GET IT! I get it. — to charge your various devices while you jerk off.

Watch the promotional video here to get all the details about the Wankband.

Like any reasonable person, I have a lot of questions about the Wankband. Let’s acknowledge, to start, that it’s awfully male-focused; which makes a lot of sense, as the porn industry caters to men far more than it does to women. A 2013 Pew survey found that of internet users, 25 percent of men and 8 percent of women reported watching porn online — and honestly, both of those numbers seems really low. So, because I am nothing if not a dedicated journalist, I quickly sought the opinion of a few different men I know on the purported effectiveness of the Wankband.

Random interviews
Me: What do you think of a watch that generates energy when you masturbate?
Me: I mean, i did not come up with this, it is a real thing
Guy 1: And then what, you can create enough charge to plug in your iphone, instead of into the wall?
Me: That is exactly the example that they provide, yes
Guy 1: You’d have to keep the rate of wanking high just to keep the damn phone on
Guy 1: I can’t imagine this actually being in any way useful

Guy 2: Wait, what, why is that a thing? How much would you have to masturbate for it to be effective?
Me: That is an excellent question. It’s only in beta
Guy 2: I can’t even conceive of why that became an idea.
Guy 2: I guess the idea that you’d shoehorn energy creation into masturbation completely misses the point of masturbation, which is to forget about literally everything else to satisfy yourself for a few minutes. The fact that you’d have to go put on your masturbation watch before you do it should kill the mood for you.

There you go. If you are someone who masturbates literally all of the time, because that seems to be the only person who could actually get any use out of this thing, you can sign up to be a beta tester here. Good luck.


According to MTV,

Back in 1947, the U.S. government imprisoned Dr. Wilhelm Reich , Sigmund Freud’s star student,for trying to turn orgasms into harnessable energy. Turns out he may have been on to something.
PornHub claims that it’s created the first (and probably only?) wearable that converts the signature up-and-down movement of male masturbation into energy that charges your phone, laptop, tablet, whatever. The company is on a mission to save the world by doing what they do best — by getting you to, uh, give yourself a hand .
It’s called the Wankband, and according to Pornhub, “[It’s] the first gadget… that allows men to love the planet be loving themselves.”
A weight inside the band— which is worn around your wrist— goes up and down during sexy time. That motion generates energy that then charges your various devices. You simply plug your phone in to the band’s USB port and stroke away.
There are some flaws with this planet-saving plan, though. PornHub doesn’t mention exactly how much “fun” is needed to fully charge a device, but we’re guessing it would take a looonggg time to generate enough power to fuel all those apps. Maybe don’t ditch your normal phone charger just yet.
If you’re interested in testing out the Wankband, you can join the beta testing team. PornHub says women can enjoy the energy-saving benefits of Wankbands as well, but some how we’re skeptical of this claim since the band is solely powered by vertical movements. If any woman out there signs up, let us know how it goes, OK?


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A selfie stick is a pole used to take selfie photographs by positioning a smartphone or camera beyond the normal range of the arm. The metal sticks are typically extensible,with a handle on one end and an adjustable clamp on the other end to hold a phone in place. Some have remote or Bluetooth controls,letting the user decide when to take the picture, and models designed for cameras have a mirror behind the view screen so that the shot can be lined up. The innovation has been associated with the narcissism evident in society,with commenters saying that “we are way too into ourselves”.




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I’m unable to decide which of the two woofers is better. Comment with your thoughts and reviews.




I currently own a Dell Inspiron 3521 Laptop which has these specifications :
500 GB Hard Disk Drive
Core i3
1.9 GHz Processor
Windows 8.1 64-bit OS



But I just realized that that ain’t enough for me, I gotta get my hands on an Apple laptop, specifically the Mac Book Pro. I’m going to buy it very soon, in less than six months time.




WhatsApp Web has recently been introduced. You can now send and receive WhatsApp messages right from your computer’s browser. To get started, visit on your computer. There are a few minimum requirements to enjoy WhatsApp Web:
*You need to have an active WhatsApp account on your phone.
*You need to have a stable internet connection on both your phone and your computer.
*You need to use Google Chrome as your web browser.



Isn’t it just funny how Android Versions are named after food stuffs or sweets??

Cupcake=Android 1.5
Donut=Android 1.6
Eclair=Android 2.0
Android 2.1
Froyo: ( short for
“frozen yogurt” )=Android 2.2
Gingerbread=Android 2.3
Honeycomb=Android 3.0
Android 3.1
Android 3.2
Ice Cream Sandwich=Android 4.0
Jelly Bean=Android 4.1
Android 4.2
Android 4.3
KitKat=Android 4.4
Lolipop=Android 5.0

Ever wondered why Google decided to christen their series of operating systems after desserts and sweet treats?. They usually name them alphabetically as a way to take note of the chronological order of their updates. But did you ever wonder why Google does it? Really, it started out as an inside joke for the brand. Lots of other companies are into the joke too—Microsoft uses city names and places, Apple after big cats (Cheetah, Jaguar, Panther, Lion, etc.). In fact, when Steve Jobs first started NeXT Computers, his code name for it was Big Mac. Unfortunately, this caused a lawsuit and he had no choice but to succumb. When asked why, this is what Google had to say: “It’s kind of like an internal team thing, and we prefer to be a little bit — how should I say — a bit inscrutable in the matter, I’ll say,” said Randall Sarafa, a Google spokesman.” The obvious thing is that, yeah, the Android platform releases, they go by dessert names and by alphabetical order for the most part.” “For the most part” because two versions of Android, 2.0 and 2.1, were both called Eclair. And because Google won’t say what it called the first two versions of Android, which you can assume started with “A” and “B.” A bit more geekery before you get on with your day: Google has actually built statues of these various Android desserts. They sit on the lawn at the company’s headquarters in Mountain View, California. To date, the company has built gigantic statues of their delicious Android sweets. They are currently sitting on the lawn of Google’s California headquarters.


Recently when Google officially released the name of android 4.4 (Kitkat) they posted the following on their android website. “Android is the operating system that powers over 1 billion smartphones and tablets. Since these devices make our lives so sweet, each Android version is named after a dessert: Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, Froyo, Gingerbread, Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich, and Jelly Bean. As everybody finds it difficult to stay away from chocolate we decided to name the next version of Android after one of our favorite chocolate treats, Kitkat.


Since April 2009, Android versions have been developed under a confectionery-themed code name and released in alphabetical order; the exceptions are versions 1.0 and 1.1 as they were not released under specific code names:
Alpha (1.0)
Beta (1.1)
Cupcake (1.5)
Donut (1.6)
Eclair (2.0–2.1)
Froyo (2.2–2.2.3)
Gingerbread (2.3–2.3.7)
Honeycomb (3.0–3.2.6)
Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0–4.0.4)
Jelly Bean (4.1–4.3.1)
KitKat (4.4–4.4.4)
Lollipop (5.0)
On September 3, 2013, Google announced that one billion activated devices now use the Android OS worldwide.The most recent major Android update was Lollipop 5.0, which was released on November 3, 2014 along with the Nexus 6 smartphone , Nexus 9 tablet, and Nexus Player set-top box.


Almost everyone who uses a computer has dealt with this problem of “This device is currently in use. Close any programs or windows that might be using the device, and then try again.” every now and then. This is the result that we get in the form of a pop up window while trying to remove an external media, like a pen drive or a hard disk, from the port of a computer by clicking the safely remove hardware button. But is this actually a problem? Most of:us simply plug out our devices without knowing the possible.risk they are unknowingly putting their data to and the potential threat that their media is being subjected to. This behavior can be because of three possible reasons:
Reason 1: They do not know about safe removal or quick removal and about its importance.
Reason 2:
Safe removal takes too much time.
Reason 3:
They have quick removal enabled in their systems. For both types it is better to know what this safe removal is and why is it so important. Well only those who have dealt with the results of this issue know how drastic they can be and they do not want to face them again. Just to make it brief, if not taken seriously you can lose all your data stored in the media permanently. Moreover your media (pen drive/ hard disk) might also get damaged beyond repair. Let us try to understand this concept and know about the possible solutions and the ways in which we can save our important data. Every storage media has a file system that it uses to store, retrieve and update data to and from the media. This file system is of grave importance for the working of the media. This file system manages the access to the content of the media, arranging storage space and updating the properties of your media contents with the properties of the system under which the media is being used (like when you select “ do not show hidden files ” then the ones in your hard drive also stay hidden). You can intellectualize this file system as a log that contains entries of data and associated operations on this data. When you are using a media on a computer, its file system gets updated as you perform operations on These operations include adding data to the media, deleting data from the media or updating data. Whatever the operation may be, it gets logged in the file system of the media along with other details like the location of the data. During safe removal, the operating system stops all such operations on the media so that it can be removed without disturbing its file system. The job of safe removal is to ensure that the drive is not being used by any program and that its file system is not being updated by that program. If the media is removed while it is being used by some application, there is a fair chance that the file system can get damaged. In that case, the data inside your media also gets damaged. Since the only way to find data in the media is this file system, it needs to be restored to a working state before it can be used again. Generally the operating system (windows in our case) detects this and can fix this automatically. You might have seen the scan and fix prompt by the operating system when you plug in your media. It is the way in which your computer tells you that your media has a corrupted file system and you should check it and fix it before use. Although it is optional and you can still use your media without any fix. But at times the problem is not that simple. Sometimes the file system gets badly that it is beyond the capabilities of your operating.system to repair it. Then you.are left with only two options; Format: A format can reset the media to its factory settings and can set the file system to its default state and it can then be used in a normal fashion. But the biggest problem is that you lose all your important data. Software Tools: There are many software tools that you fix this problem with your media. Although the chances are less but it is still a valid option. So now that we know what safe removal is, let us talk about the other problems. Some people say that safe removal takes too much time. “I did a safe removal request, and then I waited and waited but nothing happened.” It happens and this is another reason why people hate this safe removal because it never ends. But what could be the reason for this never ending??? The operating system needs to stop any operation on the media before it tells you that the drive can now be safely removed. But there are applications that are beyond the reach of operating system like your anti-virus. The anti-virus starts checking your media for viruses and this can go on for a long time without you suspecting it as it works in the background. Now when operating system checks for any application that is manipulating your drive or controlling it, it finds your anti-virus and gives you the message. “This device is currently in use. Close any programs or windows that might be using the device, and then try again.” The solution is simple, if you get such an error try opening such possible applications, like your anti-virus, and check whether it is scanning this particular media.If so, stop this operation and try removing the media again. Another reason for this error could be an open file/folder or an application that is situated in your media. Just close this and eject your media, there will be no error. If any of this is not helpful, you are still left with a final shot in your gun – a proper shut down. Yes simply shut down your system and remove the media now, it is safe. This works because when the system shuts down it closes all the running programs, be it your anti-virus or anything else. So now you can safely remove your media without any fear of damaging it. But mind the word proper , do not just plug out the power or reset it, go for a proper shut down.




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