Happy New Year!Welcome 2010!

Happy New Year 2010 in advance. With less than 48 hours left, people are all set to welcome the New Year 2010 with great enthusiasm and excitement. The New Year marks the end of 1 year and the start of the next year.

People are searching the net for the list of New Year messages, SMS to send to their family, friends, boyfriend, girlfriend, colleagues, boss etc. They have already started sending the New year 2010 messages from their mobile phones.

Mentioned here is the list of some of the best, most popular latest sms, messages, scraps for the New Year 2010:

Top 10 New Year 2010 sms:


With all the Rose’s Perfume
& with all the lights in the world
& with all the children Smiles…
I Wish U that your all dreams comes True..


New is d year,
New are d hopes
And d aspirations,
New is d resolution,
New are d spirits and
Forever my warm wishes are 4 u.
Hv a promising n fulfilling New Year


In ‘The Universal Bank of God’…
God stores his blessings & deposited 365 days full of love, faith & happiness for you…
So, enjoy spending…
Happy New Year


Oh my Dear, Forget ur Fear,
Let all ur Dreams be Clear,
Never put Tear, Please Hear,
I want to tell one thing in ur Ear
Wishing u a very “Happy NEW YEAR“!


Ten Great Tips For 2010

1. Stay Out Of Trouble.
2. Aim For Greater Heights.
3. Stay Focused On Your Job.
4. Exercise To Maintain Good Health.
5. Practice Team Work.
6. Rely On Your Trusted Partner To Watch Your Back. Take Your Time Trusting Others.
7. Save For Rainy Days.
8. Rest And Relax.
9. Always Take Time To Smile.


10. Realize That Nothing Is Impossible.


As The Year 2009 Draws To An End,
I Want To Thank The Special People,

Who Touched My Life With Their Concern & Made My Life More Meaningful,
You Are One Of Them,

THANK YOU For Your Contribution To My Life.

To Give U GOD Blessing
& Happiness In The Coming Year 2010!
Ameen. …


This is beginning of a new year!
My best wishes for you!


My Wishes in 2010
God gives You…
12 Month of Happiness,
52 Weeks of Fun,
365 Days Success,
8760 Hours Good Health,
52600 Minutes Good Luck,
3153600 Seconds of Joy…and that’s all!


Tom Cruise
Angelina Jolie
Jennifer Lopez
& me
All the Stars wish u a Very Happy New Year.
And The Celebration Of Life.”


My wishes for you, great start for Jan,
Love for Feb, peace for March,
No worries for April, fun for May,
Joy for June to Nov,happiness for Dec.

Have a lucky and wonderful 2010

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The Googlephone!

Google is gearing up for an all-out assault on the mobile-phone market that will include a new, Google-branded handset and the first comprehensive Google phone service with unlimited free calls.

For the first time, a single company will control everything from the software in users’ phones to the services they use to make calls and surf the web.

The Googlephone promises to be one of the most advanced smartphones, with a large touchscreen display and a processor almost twice as fast as the one powering Apple’s iPhone 3GS. It will probably be the first phone to run a new version of Google’s Android software, codenamed Flan, offering high-speed 3-D gaming said to be as good as that of many handheld consoles.

According to Ashok Kumar, an analyst at Northeast Securities, a financial services firm, the Google-branded phone will be built by a third-party supplier, possibly the Taiwanese phone maker HTC, and will incorporate a processor from Qualcomm.

The real breakthrough, however, will come with the marriage of the Googlephone to Google Voice, the Californian company’s high-tech phone service. Google Voice gives US users a free phone number and allows unlimited free calls to any phone in the country — landline or mobile. International calls start from a couple of cents (just over a penny) a minute. Google Voice also uses sophisticated voice recognition to turn voicemails into emails, can block telemarketing calls automatically and offers free text messaging.

Google sounded its intentions two weeks ago when it purchased a small company called Gizmo5, which had developed technology to connect Google Voice with voice-over-internet (Voip) networks such as Skype. Now Google has the means to offer a complete, end-to-end phone service, with which consumers can make and receive calls between the Googlephone and other phones or computers anywhere in the world, and often for nothing.

“We’ve never had this situation, where a single vendor controls the entire stack, from the operating system right up to Google’s cloud services,” says Kumar. “It changes the competitive and bargaining dynamics like never before.”

Google declined to comment on its plans, however.

One victim of the Google juggernaut could be Skype, the internet phone service. Skype software uses a broadband internet connection to offer free voice and video calls to other Skype users, plus cheap calls to landlines worldwide. If Google can succeed in linking its Google Voice service to Skype and other Voip networks, it can lure users with the offer of free long-distance calling and a “real” phone number.

One of Google’s challenges will be to link the phone to mobile networks so that the company’s services can be offered not just over wi-fi-connected broadband, but also over a 3G link to the internet, resulting in a real call-from-anywhere device.

This could prove a problem, though: few phone networks will appreciate being frozen out of lucrative business such as voice calling and text messaging, and being reduced to a simple data pipeline for Google’s services.

Google could also antagonise the networks by selling its mobile phone directly to customers and inviting them to use their existing Sim cards, whatever network they are on. “Google wants the Googlephone to be carrier-agnostic,” Kumar predicts. This could push the price of the handset to well over £500, because the cost of smartphones is heavily subsidised by networks, which recoup the money by locking customers into their services.

The mobile networks aren’t the only enemies Google risks creating. Other phone makers now using the Android operating system, such as Samsung, Motorola and Sony Ericsson, might not take kindly to Google keeping the most up-to-date version of its software for itself.

Although the popularity of Android has grown quickly since its launch last year, it is still installed on less than 4% of the smartphones sold, and there are other free operating systems (Symbian, for instance) to which rival phone makers could switch.

Can Google have its Flan and eat it? We may not have too long a wait before finding out, because Kumar and other experts are predicting that the Googlephone will be launched in the US early next year.

Full HD 3D LCD monitors from LG

The 3D revolution, whether you like it or not, is gathering steam. LG has just announced the world’s first mass produced Full HD 3D-capable monitor, which spans 23 inches diagonally and looks to sport a pleasingly minimal bezel. The company hasn’t spilled much in the way of further info yet, though the PR blurb (after the break) makes mention of Korea’s plans to introduce Full HD 3D broadcasts, as well as satellite 3D broadcasting trials set to take place in the UK and Japan. Based on shutter glasses tech — which seems likely to be the way forward — this panel benefits from such great buzzwords as a “copper bus line” and a “high performance 3D exclusive controller,” the benefits of which we’ll have to wait a little while longer to discover. CES 2010, here we come.

Google Chrome OS

Google Chrome OS is an open source operating system created by Google designed to work exclusively with web applications. Announced on July 7, 2009, Google Chrome OS is set to have a publicly available stable release during the second half of 2010. The operating system is based on Linux; it supports a graphical user interface similar to Google’s Chrome web browser, and is targeted for hardware specifically designed for the OS. The operating system’s user interface will take a minimalist approach much like the company’s Chrome web browser. The Chrome browser will be the only application residing on the device. Hence Google Chrome OS is aimed at users who spend most of their computer time on the Internet.At a November 19, 2009 news conference, Sundar Pichai, the Google vice president overseeing Chrome, demonstrated an early version of the operating system, which included a desktop that closely resembled the Chrome browser, but with tabs for frequently used Web-based applications. The netbook running the operating system booted up in seven seconds, a time Google is working to improve. Pichai said that Google is not designing Google Chrome OS, at least initially, to run on a user’s primary computer. On the same day, Google released Google Chrome OS’s source code under open source licensing as Chromium OS

Google Chrome OS User Interface:

Design goals for Google Chrome OS’s user interface include using minimal screen space by combining applications and standard Web pages into a single tab strip, rather than separating the two. Designers are considering a reduced window management scheme that would operate only in full-screen mode. Secondary tasks would be handled with “panels”: floating windows that dock to the bottom of the screen for tasks like chat and music players. Split screens are also under consideration for viewing two pieces of content side-by-side. Google Chrome OS will follow the Chrome browser’s practice of leveraging HTML 5‘s offline modes, background processing, and notifications. Designers propose using search and pinned tabs as a way to quickly locate and access applications

Google Chrome Os Architecture:

Google announced that Google Chrome OS will feature a novel security architecture. According to Google’s announcement, the company will be “going back to the basics and completely redesigning the underlying security architecture of the OS so that users don’t have to deal with viruses, malware and security updates”

Google Chrome OS Hardware:

Google Chrome OS will only run on specifically designed hardware. In particular, it requires an x86 or ARM processor and a flash storage. The operating system is intended to be run only on solid state drives, which provide faster boot-up times, rather than on hard disk drives, which offer larger storage capacity but comparatively lower performance. Lower capacity solid state drives can better accommodate Google Chrome OS because the operating system on a disk is 60 times smaller than Windows 7.


Hello guys,

Today I decided to post something different which is about some Look-Alikes i found on the web. I found a lot Look-Alikes pictures but I tried to get the most sucessful for you…
































The above pictures are the best look-alikes i found for now on the web but if i find more i will add them in a new post with the name Look-Alikes2. Hope you like them…and please comment and tell me what look-alike picture you like most!!!

Spiros Web going holidays

Hello…Bonjour…Hallo…Γειά…Ciao…Привет…Salut…Hola viewers!!!

hehe above is the word hello in different language try to find your if its on….but do you know why i am so happy and have creative ideas while starting this post?

Today its the last day and tomorrow….I AM GOING HOLIDAYS FOR MY SECOND SUMMER TRIP IN GREECE 🙄 😀 😛 , can’t wait till tomorrow it will be an amazing day and just to know the trip is for one week so i am coming the next Friday(date: 14 of August).

Some of you knew that before except that i will go to holidays but that i wanted to make a video of my fishes and I did it! But it wanted 58 hours and 40 minutes to upload in HD so i cancelled it and i changed the type in a lower quallity but i think its good enough if you watch it in HQ( put &fmt=18 at the end of the url). Please Watch it and if you want and you want to be my friend in youtube add me or subscribe or rate and I will sub you back 😉

How you find it? Dont tell me know, tell me when i will be back and i will aprove the comments but you can comment on the video so i may see it via my cell phone if i have access to internet.

See you soon guys…