Monday, July 25, 2011

Sony offers dual-USB bus-powered slim optical superdrive

Sony ចេញនូវ ម៉ាស៊ីន អ៊ុបទិក ខ្នាតតូច ប្រើប្រព័ន្ធខ្សែ dual-USB ដ៏ទំនើប
Sony offers dual-USB bus-powered slim optical superdrive

Sony Optiarc America has brought out the USB2 slim portable DVD superdrive as a supplement to notebooks, netbooks and desktop computers. The unit can burn dual-layer DVD+R at 8x, regular DVD+R and RW media at 6x and CD-R and RW at 24x speeds (it can also handle DVD-RAM at 5x). The unit requires two USB2 ports to power the burning speeds, and works with both Windows (XP and higher) and Mac operating systems.

The drive comes with Nero 10 for Windows (the Mac does not require additional burning software), and the dual-USB cord integrate in a cable duct for easy storage. The unit weights 11.4 ounces and measures 5.37 inches x 0.75 inches x 5.98 inches. It will be available later this month at all electronics and Sony resellers and should retail for $70.

Saturday, July 23, 2011

Party Rock Anthem – LMFAO

The number one song on titled Party Rock Anthem by LMFAO featuring Lauren Bennett & GoonRock. And don’t forget to check out the coolest video of the song on your favorite youtube, the video has now reached more than 114 million views.

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Google Offers New YouTube Interface For You To Try

Google ផ្តល់នូវផ្ទៃ Interface YouTube ថ្មី សម្រាប់លោកអ្នក សាកល្បង
Google Offers New YouTube Interface For You To Try

After introducing Google+ and giving consumers a sneak preview of a revamped Gmail interface, now Google has redesigned YouTube with new features. Announced Thursday on the YouTube Blog, the new Youtube interface is an experiment that Google is calling “Cosmic Panda,” and unlike Google+, this one’s open to everyone.

No more white background underneath the video player as this has been replaced by a less-distracting dark gray backdrop. At the bottom of that frame are four new icons that let you conveniently change the video frame size. There are new page designs and improved editing tools to customize channels. Best of all, when you’re using Google Chrome, you can keep one video playing while you’re looking for others, switching between channels or playlists.
Another improvement is the ability to choose whether you see comments or not, with buttons allowing you to dismiss comments and fill the page below the video player with suggested videos that are each in larger frames. In addition, Cosmic Panda makes it easier to edit a channel template, giving users a choice of layouts for creators, bloggers, networks and a general-use template Google calls “everything.”
Unfortunately, Google’s YouTube player has retained the old controls from the previous YouTube interface, and there’s no icon to click to skip forward or backward. You can still do that with the slider control underneath the video, but on this new version, the zone where you can click to skip forward or backward is even smaller than that area on the old version.
Even with those small issues, the new YouTube interface is a significant improvement over the current one. Try it yourself at Google’s Cosmic Panda page. And don’t worry — if you don’t like it, you can easily change back to the old YouTube interface.

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