Good News Guys, Now you can upgrade to Windows 8 and redeem my promo code of $14.99
You can also get your Promo Code by logging into My Order at: https://www.windowsupgradeoffer.com
- Go to www.windowsupgradeoffer.com
- Click on My Order
- Enter your Registration ID, Email Address and the Security Check characters to log in.
- On the My Order page, your promo code will be displayed
- Click on the Download Upgrade Assistant to start your order process.
The offer is for customers (e.g. home users, students, and enthusiasts) who purchase a qualified PC. A qualified PC is a new PC purchased during the promotional period with a valid Windows 7 OEM Certificate of Authenticity and product key for, and preinstalled with:
- Windows 7 Home Basic;
- Windows 7 Home Premium;
- Windows 7 Professional; or
- Windows 7 Ultimate.
The promotional price is limited to one upgrade offer per qualified PC purchased, and a maximum limit of five upgrade offers per customer.
Tropical Islands Resort is an artificial tropical resort in Krausnick, Germany. It is said to have the world’s largest tropical indoor pool which can accommodate up to 8,000 visitors a day. It is also the world’s largest indoor waterpark at 66,000 m² (710,000 sq feet).
The resort is located in Briesen/Brand, part of Halbe in Dahme-Spreewald, Brandenburg, Germany, about 60 km (37 mi) south-south.
A one bedroom apartment in Tokyo Japan that has a price tag of $US21.8 million ($21.1 million).
Dubbed “The House”, the luxury penthouse is located in the most expensive neighbourhood in Tokyo, the Minami-Azabu district.
Featuring 4,434 square feet of living space, the owner spent the past 18 months renovating it to become a live-in masterpiece.
The furniture throughout the apartment was custom designed by Ceccotti Collezioni and the living room has an original art piece by Hiroshi Senju which was painted on site.
The dining room is designed for dinner parties in the special Japanes “Ryotei” syle where the chef can serve guests directly from the gourmet kitchen. More…
The news of Apple launching a smaller iPad has been in the news for quite sometime now. Although the iPad has been the most successful tablet till date, their market share is being cannibalized to some extent by the Amazon Kindle Fire, ever since the 7-inch tablet was introduced to the market. This prompted the rumour mills to get into a frenzy as to what Apple would do to win back their monopoly and claim back their market space, which they now share with Amazon. A report surfaced a few weeks back indicating at Apple gearing up to start production of a 7.85-inch iPad by this quarter with it rumoured to be priced at around the US$249 to $299 mark. A recent report by TNW now claims that Apple does in fact have a prototype of the unit in their labs; further confirming what have been rumours that such a device indeed exists.
Prototype of 7.85-inch iPad in Apple’s lab
Zynga, which bought the game’s developer OMGPOP last month, said they believed the figures made it the “fastest growing” mobile game of all time.
The simple game involves players drawing pictures in order to guess words, much like board game Pictionary.
At peak times, Draw Something players create over 3,000 drawings per second.
Apple told the BBC that it did not disclose download figures for specific titles, and therefore could not verify Zynga’s claim.
However, Draw Something’s success has seen it top the iPhone app charts, beating the highly-anticipated sequel to Angry Birds, Angry Birds Space.
In a statement, Zynga said: “We believe it’s not only the fastest growing original mobile game of all time – 50 days to hit 50 million downloads – but one of the fastest growing web sensations that we’ve seen.”
The company said more than six billion drawings have been created on the app so far.
In the game, players are given words to try to illustrate by drawing on a smartphone or tablet’s touchscreen.
If the friend guesses correctly, coins are earned to purchase additional items, such as more colours, within the game.
Security experts have warned that scammers are trying to capitalise on the game’s popularity by offering fake prizes via social networks like Twitter.
A community in the north of England has decided to dig up the ground so they can lay their own superfast broadband network after becoming fed up waiting for private companies to install it in their area.
Volunteers with spades are taking turns digging a 51 mile (83 km) long trench, which will connect several villages in Lancashire to fibre-optic cables in Manchester.