Friday, 11 January 2013

A shocking real story: Acid thrown on 23-year-old B.Tech graduate

At 23, J Vinodhini was her parents’ only pillar of support. When she joined an engineering college in Karaikal district in Puducherry for a B.Tech. (information technology) course, her parents, Jayapal and Saraswati, sold their small plot of ancestral property to finance her education. They too moved to Karaikal, where Jayapal got a job as a watchman at a school.

About three months back, Vinodhini joined a private company in Chennai after completing her education, bringing hope and joy to her parents. But all their dreams shattered on November 14, when Vinodhini suffered an acid attack by a spurned suitor that has left her blind in both her eyes.

The accused has been identified as Suresh Kumar, alias Appu, 32, an engineering diploma holder who runs a business renting out concrete mixer machine. Kumar had reportedly expressed an interest in Vinodhini, after which she had informed her parents. Jayapal had complained to the local police, who summoned Kumar and issued a warning. He was made to give a written assurance that he would not trouble Vinodhini.

On November 14, Vinodhini, accompanied by Jayapal and a family friend, Padmanabhan, was on her way to the bus station at about 10:30 pm when Kumar reportedly threw acid on her. Having gone home for Diwali, Vinodhini was to return to Chennai that night. Kumar has since been arrested.

Vinodhini suffered 40 per cent burns in the acid attack, including injuries to her face, chest and hand. Both her eyes were severely damaged. Jayapal and Padmanabhan were also injured in the attack. Kumar himself suffered 10 per cent burn injuries.

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Tuesday, 8 January 2013

Peerfly is not a scam???

PeerFly Description

PeerFly is a cost per action based affiliate advertising network. It is a site where advertisers and publishers are brought together for the mutual benefit of both. The website states that they guarantee to meet or beat other publisher payouts. And, they offer 5% lifetime referral commission which can really add up to some money.

PeerFly Detailed Overview
PeerFly has been custom built so that the program does not have to rely on hosted mechanics. This means that the site will be up and running when potential customers are at your website and therefore there are no lost commissions due to server or system failure.

PeerFly currently has thousands of publishers from around the world and are accepting more each day. Though the screening process is fairly involved (but all of it is done online), a want to be publisher will not be dismissed strictly on traffic. Even if you don't have the highest traffic on your sites (yet) you can still be accepted by PeerFly.

With 129 current advertising campaigns going on it is a great time to be joining PeerFly. And, since PeerFly is a small independent company, they work harder and are willing to share more of the profit with the publisher, this means bigger paychecks for you.

Advertisers can enjoy some of the best rates in the industry with low minimums and guaranteed conversions. In fact, PeerFly currently enjoys an overall network conversion rate of 5.96%. PeerFly offers complete customer support and service as well as a full testing platform, this means that you will know if a campaign is going to be working for you or if you need to refine it a bit. PeerFly is 100% SPAM compliant and they also have anti-fraud solutions in place to make sure you are getting the traffic you have paid for.

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PeerFly Reputation

I heard nothing but positive feedback regarding PeerFly. They are one of the highest paying publishing networks and they pay consistently and on-time. Payment dates and times will vary according to the campaigns you are using on your website, but you will be informed beforehand. The service appears to be exceptional and the blog on the site does keep everyone up to date on all the news and information.

PeerFly also has a mobile service available for those publishers who want to keep track of their stats even when they are away from the computer. Overall it appears to be a good company to monetize your website or blog with.


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Sunday, 6 January 2013

What was the purpose of Ishwar in creating the Vedas?

1. Let me counter-question: What was the purpose of Ishwar in not creating the Vedas?
2.  Ishwar has infinite knowledge and He is benevolent. Now knowledge is the most valuable attribute to possess. So unless Ishwar illuminates us with His knowledge, He does not remain benevolent. Ishwar justifies his attributes only by illuminating us with His knowledge – the knowledge of Vedas.
3. Ishwar is like our parents. He loves us and wants us to be blissful. Thus He has gifted us with knowledge of Vedas so that we can use this knowledge to maximize our bliss. Had Ishwar not blessed us with this knowledge, purpose of creation would have defeated. Everything else in the world makes sense only when we possess the knowledge to utilize them for our ultimate objective of maximizing bliss.
4. Knowledge is more bliss-producing than all the wonders of creation. And when Ishwar has gifted us with such wonderful gifts of creation, why would He keep Vedas to Himself and defeat His very purpose of creation, as well as His core attribute of benevolence.
And such is this knowledge, unlike Bible, Quran and Purans, that WD Brown wrote in “Superiority of Vedic Religion” that ” Vedic religion is thoroughly scientific where science and religion meet hand in hand . Here theology is based on science and philosophy.”
In “The Bible in India” by L Jacoliot, it is stated that ” Veda, of all revelations, is the only one whose ideas are in perfect harmony with modern science.” Huge number of other scientists who scratched the surface of Vedas share such views.

Doubt: How did Ishwar arrange for pen, ink and paper to write Vedas in inception of creation?
1. This is a most stupid doubt. As discussed earlier, when Ishwar can create universe without any additional tools, why  should He be unable to create Vedas?
2. Ishwar did not illuminate Vedas by publishing them in beginning of civilization. He illuminated the minds of noble Rishis – Agni, Vayu, Aditya and Angira during inception of civilization. Shatpath Brahman elaborates this. These Rishis in their state of meditation receive the knowledge of Vedas and they adopt it in same manner as a toy moves when its button is pressed – in exactly the manner it is supposed to move!
Doubt: Agni, Vayu, Aditya appear to be name of inanimate objects Fire, Air and Sun.
This doubt is again baseless. Knowledge cannot be acquired by inert matter. If someone says, Court has issued summon, it does not mean the building of court has issued summon. It means that the people working in court have issued the summon. Similarly, knowledge can be acquired only by humans.
Doubt: Ishwar may have given them knowledge and they then created Vedas with this knowledge
Yet another baseless doubt. When knowledge is sourced from Ishwar, then Vedas created by Rishis are also sourced from Ishwar. Why would Rishis add their own masala for distortion when they have the knowledge of Ishwar in pure form?
Doubt: If Ishwar is Just, why did He not illuminate everyone’s mind with Vedas and chose only four among them? Hence Ishwar is biased.
The choice of only four Rishis confirms that Ishwar is just. Because justice implies meritocracy – rewarding one as per his or her deeds. So Ishwar chose the most meritorious among them for dissemination and further propagation of Vedas as per their past deeds. Rigveda 10.71.7 states that though all possess eyes and ears but intellect differs among humans.
Doubt: But we are talking of inception of creation. How can we talk of past deeds then?
Creation and Dissolution is a continuous cycle without beginning or end. During beginning of creation, souls take birth as per their deeds in previous creation. Never is the account of past deeds, completely vacant in this process.
Doubt: Why is Ishwar anti-women? Why did He not choose women for dissemination of Vedas?
Soul has no gender. Ishwar gave Rishis the body of men during inception of civilization because a male is more suited for propagation of knowledge among rest of the people who are thriving only through their natural instincts. A male is more suited to tame such uncivilized people. However in later phase, many women also became Rishis who discovered new meanings of these Vedic mantras.

Doubt: Are Chhandas like Gayatri also created by Ishwar?
Yes, when Ishwar has infinite capabilities, why doubt this one?
Doubt: Brahma created Vedas from his four mouths and Ved Vyas later compiled them in written form and divided in four parts- we hear this in history.
This theory has no basis. No authoritative text mentions this. This theory is propounded in Purans which are much later dated and full of blatant discrepancies. Some people believe Purans to be perfect and derived from Ishwar. But this claim is only as true as the claim of Quran and Bible hailing from Ishwar.
The fact is that Brahma learned the four Vedas from these Rishis. Brahma was a person with one head, two hands and two legs and not the caricature as represented in false Purans. Ved Vyas was commentator of Yoga Darshan and writer of Mahabharat. Nowhere except in Purans we find the theory of Ved Vyas being writer of four Vedas. And if these Purans have to be believed, we shall also have to believe in false stories of Jesus, Muhammad, Victoria etc, condemnation of women, denigration of our role models like Ram and Krishna and other foolishness that we accuse Bible and Quran to also contain. Further there is no foolproof mechanism to claim that the books we call Purans today are authentic. This prerogative or litmus test of authenticity is passed only by Vedas.
If Vedas were one in inception and later divided into four parts by Veda Vyas, then no text prior to Veda Vyas should refer to Vedas in plural. Also names of four Vedas should not be present. But if we look at actual references, this does not hold true and hence Vedas have been four from inception.
To cite references, please see the following for usage of Vedas in plural or name of more than one Vedas:
Atharva 4.36.6, Atharva 19.9.12, Rig 10.90.9, Yajur 31.7, Atharva 16.6.13, Yajur 34.5, Atharva 10.7.20, Yajur 18.29, Yajur 36.1, Yajur 12.4, Shatpath, Taittriya Samhita, Maitrayani Samhita 16.8, Shankhayan Grihya Sutra 1.22.15, Yajur 10.67, Atharva 11.7.14, Atharva 15.6.7-8, Atharva 12.1.38, Atharva 11.7.24, Rig 4.58.3, Yajur 17.61, Gopath Brahman 1.13, Shatpath, Brihad Upanishad 3.4.10, Aitareya Brahman 25.7, Gopath 3.1 etc.
Such references also come in Upanishads, Manu Smriti, Mahabharat, Sarvanukramani, Ramayan and many other texts.
In fact, the fact that Mahabharat is said to be fifth Veda by many Pundits implies that Vedas were originally four. Also Ayurveda, Dhanurveda, Gandharvaveda and Arthaveda are called Upaveda. This also implies that Vedas are four in number.
Doubt: In Veda Samhitas, we find names of Rishis before each Sukta or Chapter. They must have written those verses
1. These are names of Rishis who researched on particular verses of Vedas. Many verses have large number of Rishis.
2. Brahma was born long before Vyas, Madhuchhanda and other Rishis. When Brahma studied Vedas from original four Rishis, as explained even in Manu Smriti, there is no doubt that Vedas existed long before these Rishis.
We shall scrutinize this false allegation in greater depth in a subsequent post.
Doubt: Why we find two names to denote knowledge of Ishwar – Veda and Shruti?
Veda is derived from Vid root. Vid means knowledge as in Vidya, or existing as in Vidyamaan, or benefit or thought. Shruti is derived from “Shru” root meaning “to listen”. Since by studying them we get knowledge, understand truth, derive benefits and can become thinkers, they are called Vedas. And since we have been listening to this knowledge from inception of civilization and none ever saw the originator (since He is shapeless), they are called Shruti.
Doubt: How old are Vedas?
As per the details of texts like Surya Siddhanta and traditions throughout India, Vedas are supposed to around 1.97 billion years old. Scholars have debates over whether this period refers to time of origin of earth or humans and it remains a topic of research. However in India, whenever a Yajna happens, people call out in detail the time since origin in units of Manvantar, Yuga and Year. This calculation is same across all parts of India.
Doubt:What about works of Wilson and Max Muller who claim Vedas to be 2000-3000 years old?
They were rogue Christian missionaries with no knowledge of Sanskrit or Indian culture who came with purpose of destroying Indian culture. They have been quite successful in their designs and performing their duties for which they were paid by British. But unfortunately, their crazy theories have no basis whatsoever. There is no logical or rational foundation of their claims but they are parroted by communists and missionaries because they thrive on denigrating the foundations of our culture. Vedas existed since inception of civilization and shall remain till dissolution of creation 2.33 billion years from now.
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AR Rahman - An indian, Tamil musical legend

This article was published in Times of India.Thanks to rahmanism for finding this wonderful articles. 

  • Nine-year-old Dileep Kumar a.k.a A R Rahman slept late, played carrom and hated waking up at 7 a.m to practice at the piano!
  • Asked to leave school due to lack of attendance, he quit studies at the age of 15.
  • When Rahman’s sister fell seriously ill in 1988, Pir Qadri, who cured her, advised the family to convert to Islam and they did!
  • Dileep had a choice of seven names during his conversion. He chose Allah Rakha Rahman.
  • Call it a filmi coincidence, his name was Dileep Kumar before he converted to Islam and his wife’s name is Saira Bano!
  • His nickname is Isai Puyal.
  • Rahman is closest to his mother Kasturi who converted to Kareema Begum.
  • A true believer, he offers namaaz five times a day.
  • Is superstitious about starting work according to the prayer time in the place of worship close to his heart!
  • The maestro loves eating rasam-rice. When busy, he eats lunch at 5 p.m and dinner after midnight!
  • Rahman lives in a small two-storey bungalow in Kodambakkam.
  • He has three kids Khatija (13), Rahima (10), and son Ameen (5).

  • His mother spotted Saira at a dargah and sent a marriage proposal right away!
  • Saira Banu is the sister-in-law of Tamil actor Rahman and the daughter of a Chennai-based businessman from Kutch.
  • The musician's wife likes to “dress him up” for important occasions; he is mostly dressed in black.
  • Rahman loves to shop for music records at the Virgin Records store in New York. Once he landed in NY at 2 a.m and dashed off to the store.
  • In Chennai, Rahman takes his family and friends to a Thai joint located behind The Park Sheraton.
  • Rahman's long-time associate drummer Shivamani once cooked fish curry for him in London while he was working on Bombay Dreams. Rahman loved it. He's a non-veg but has suddenly stopped eating prawns.

  • His Man Friday Swamidurai, fondly called Swami, has been with him since the begining of his career.
  • As a bachelor, he used to often use the abbreviation LFA, which stood for ‘Love Failures Association’!
  • Rahman usually sees his children off to school before he sleeps after working nights!
  • He does not let his wife or children inside the studio when he’s working.
  • Khatija doesn’t like her dad signing autographs in school and has asked him not to come there.
  • Rahman’s son shares his birthday with him.

  • The old keyboard that he used to play as a teenager is still displayed in his studio.
  • A master with instruments, he likes dismantling parts and assembling them.
  • A good mimic, he loves to imitate lyricist Vairamuthu, who in turn mimics Rahman’s style of walking!
  • Rahman usually works in the night but he’s made an exception for SP Balasubramaniam whose songs have all been recorded before 10 pm.
  • He likes listening to songs based on the raaga Sindhu Bhairavi.
  • When Subhash Ghai once told Rahman during the music of Taal that he would once win an Oscar, Rahman laughed and reply that Indians can’t.
  • Jai Ho was initially composed for Yuvvraaj!

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Saturday, 5 January 2013

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Friday, 4 January 2013

Top 10 New Year resolutions

Did your New Year resolutions make our top ten list?

1. Spend More Time with Family & Friends

Make plans to meet up with friends for an evening of comaraderie at a favorite restaurant or take the family to one of the popular places for family fun. Work shouldn't always come first!

2. Fit in Fitness

The evidence is in for fitness. Regular exercise has been associated with more health benefits than anything else known to man. In short, exercise keeps you healthy and makes you look and feel better.

3. Tame the Bulge

Setting reasonable goals and staying focused are the two most important factors in sticking with a weight loss program.

4. Quit Smoking

Even if you've tried to quit before and failed, don't let it get you down. On average, smokers try about four times before they quit for good. Start enjoying the rest of your smoke-free life!

5. Enjoy Life More

It's an important step to a happier and healthier you! just get out and try something new! Take up a new hobby or try your hand at skiing. Go to a theater performance, or head to the local spa. .

6. Quit Drinking

If you have decided that you want to stop drinking, there is a world of help and support available.

7. Get Out of Debt

Was money a big source of stress in your life last year? Join who have resolved to spend this year getting a handle on their finances. It's a promise that will repay itself many times over in the year ahead.

8. Learn Something New

Have you vowed to make this year the year to learn something new? Perhaps you are considering a career change, want to learn a new language, or just how to fix your computer? Whether you take a course or read a book, you'll find education to be one of the easiest, most motivating New Year's resolutions to keep.

9. Help Others

A popular, non-selfish New Year's resolution, volunteerism can take many forms. Whether you choose to spend time helping out at your local library, mentoring a child, or building a house, there are many nonprofit volunteer organizations that could really use your help.

10. Get Organized

On just about every New Year resolution top ten list, organization can be a very reasonable goal. Whether you want your home organized enough that you can invite someone over on a whim, or your office organized enough that you can find the stapler when you need it.
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Wednesday, 2 January 2013

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Ebayers - Must read 2

Step 3: Bidding tips to bag a bargain
Once you’ve spotted listing you like, it’s time to bid right and close the deal.

  • Snipe your way to a bargain
    Spotted something you want to buy? The last thing you should ever do is bid on it! Bid early and competing buyers will bid back, forcing the price upwards. Instead, sneakily win auctions by swooping in and delivering a killer bid about 10 seconds before, leaving no time for others to fight back.

    Sniping websites automatically bid on your behalf. Here, you simply sign up, enter an eBay* item number and the highest price you’re willing to pay (this also stops you getting carried away in the heat of a last minute bidding war). has a free auction sniper, or alternatively, the more reliable charges roughly 35 cents (17p) per auction won.
    A big warning! You need to give these sites your eBay password for them to work, which is a serious security concern. While feedback has generally been good from MoneySavers, there's little protection from eBay if things ever do go wrong, as you have willingly given your password to a third party. If you do sign up, never use the name password for eBay as you do for other accounts like banks or email.
  • Manipulate eBay ‘best offers’
    Some sellers specify that they’ll consider ‘best offers’. This is where you propose a figure, then they mull it over and tell you if it’s a goer. Yet, because sellers often sell the same item repeatedly, especially electricals, there’s a loophole to see which prices they’ve already accepted, and lower your best offer accordingly.
    To do this, click on “advanced search”, tell it what you want, and check the show only “best offers” box. Once you’ve found a product which accepts best offers, click to view the sellers other items, on the top right hand side of the page. On the next page, click “completed items”, to see all the items that seller has already sold. Look at the items that say best offer by it, and, bingo: you can see the lowest price they’ve accepted.
  • Arrange your own postage
    Some sellers try to supplement their income by charging excessive delivery rates. If this happens, ask if you can arrange your own postage. Then have a courier pick up the item and deliver it to your house. For a full guide to this and finding a mega-cheap courier, read the Cheap Parcel Delivery article.

Step 4: Scam busting tips
In it’s essence, eBay’s a simple marketplace and it takes only limited responsibility for what goes on there. This means that, while it's easy to snap up a scorcher, it's just as easy to get burnt.
If you’re new to eBay, it’s a good idea to learn the ropes by making a couple of small purchases, such as books or CDs, before graduating to more costly items. The following should help you avoid common cons.
  • Check you're bidding on the item itself.
    While scare con stories of ebay are abound, with a bit of common sense, it’s fairly easy to stay safe. Most sellers are decent types, who want to protect their feedback scores. If you’re new to eBay and want to check whether an item’s legit, why not post it on the eBay board, where experts will tell you whether it looks kosher.
    Sometimes it seems you're bidding for an object on eBay*, when all that's actually up for grabs is a link to a site selling it. E.g. it only takes a few minutes after logging onto eBay to find a link to a £200 laptop sale, where inspection of the small print reveals it's actually selling a link to a discount laptop site.
    Always read the whole description in detail before bidding. Often the catch is hidden in the tiny text at the end – an attempt to protect the seller from any comeback.
  • Know your rights.
    Use the 'Buy It Now' button, rather than a standard auction, to buy from a UK based trader on eBay, and you've all the same statutory rights as buying from a shop (see the Consumer Rights article). A trader is someone who makes some or all of their living from regularly selling goods. Technically it's up to the courts to decide but it's usually pretty obvious.
    Buy from a private individual and the law says “let the buyer beware”. Providing your purchase arrives ‘as described' there's little legal comeback (assuming you can trace them anyway) and the standard seven day internet cooling-off period usually doesn't apply to auction purchases.
  • Take feedback with dose of skepticism.
    eBay sellers have a ‘feedback' rating which acts as a useful guide to whether they've dealt fairly in the past. As a guideline, look for a seller with over 98% positive feedback, and a high feedback score of at least 30. Never buy an expensive item from a seller with zero feedback, as it means they’ve never sold before.
    Remember that feedback is useful but not infallible. One thing to watch for is traders flogging a few tiny things for 10p each to build their feedback, and suddenly listing 15 mobile phones at £200 a pop.
    Normally, viewing a sellers’ negative feedback means trawling through reams of comments, but a handy tool lets you view it instantly. Just in a seller name into negative feedback checker Toolhaus, and it’ll expose all the negative/neutral comments.

eBay is not the only site
While eBay is hugely dominant, there are alternatives which can yield decent bargains.
  • Free Classified Ads
    Perhaps the fasted growing trend is for offloading gear on a free classified site, the power-puncher of these is Gumtree* which divides the UK into different towns. It sells anything from bikes to beds and doesn't charge either the buyer or the seller (except for job ads).
    Interestingly Gumtree is owned by eBay, it was bought in May 2005, probably as eBay started to identify it as competition. Thankfully it hasn't impacted its free community-based operations.
  • Other Auction Sites
    While eBay is massively dominant ebid* is also a sizeable auction site. Its advantage is it charges sellers less than eBay, which means some prefer it. So if you're searching for something specific, it's worth adding it to your search. A useful website, is a shopbot for online auctions. Search for an item and it trawls the four big auction sites for you.
  • Amazon & Play
    Amazon* and now Play* have second hand marketplaces, for most of the products they sell new, and these can actually hold a candle to eBay's size. Do a normal search for something on the site, and if there's a second hand version available, it's listed. It primarily operates as a fixed price rather than an auction, making it an easy alternative.

Get it for free!

It’s even possible to bagsy stuff for free. There are several environmentally friendly and cheap alternative to auctions sites, where users give away items they no longer want. The idea's that folks ‘recycle' goods they'd otherwise have thrown out; some of the stuff is junk, some are top notch goods from generous people. For a step-by-step guide on give-away websites, including Freecycle and others, showing how to use them best, read the Freecycle guide.
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Tuesday, 1 January 2013

Top 5 phones to buy 2013

1. Apple iPhone 5

Apple’s iPhone 5 is an amazing performer with great battery life wrapped in a delicious shell. It’s a top-shelf device. Performance and battery life Two times faster? Twice the graphics performance? Better battery life? Actually, yes. The iPhone 5 over-delivers on all those promises. Running the Geekbench test suite on the iPhone 4S gave us an average score of 634. The iPhone 5 netted an average of 1,628

2. Samsung Galaxy S III

With the Samsung Galaxy S III (S3), Samsung has completed it again. For the third consecutive year, its flagship Galaxy cellphone is a tidy package deal of top-flight specs, approachable design, regular efficiency, and compelling pricing. Beginning its U.S. gross sales debut with 5 carriers — Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and U.S. Cellular — makes this smartphone almost ubiquitous.

3. HTC Droid DNA

HTC Droid DNA beautifully designed HTC Droid DNA features a quad-core processor, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, 4G LTE, a sharp 5-inch screen, an excellent camera, and long battery life. Design Measuring 5.5 x 2.7 x 0.38 inches and weighing 5 ounces, the DNA is narrower than the Samsung Galaxy S III, but not as thin or light (5.4 x 2.8 x 0.3 inches, 4.7 ounces). This HTC is certainly easier to use with one hand than the freakishly largeGalaxy Note II (5.9 x 3.2 x 0.37 inches).

4. Motorola Droid Razr Maxx

Motorola’s celebrating an important milestone with Motorola Atrix HD: it’s the company’s first smartphone to ship with Ice Cream Sandwich already on board. The question is, will it be roughly the same user experience as we’ve already seen on the Droid RAZR and RAZR Maxx? How much of an impact did AT&T have on the firmware this time around?. Motorola Atrix HD continues this trend; there’s nothing terribly wrong with this 8-megapixel shooter, but it’s hardly a bellwether for newer devices…

5. Nokia Lumia 920


The Nokia Lumia 920 forges new Windows Phone ground with wi-fi charging assist and a highly sensitive display you need to use with gloves. Moreover, Nokia helps fill in Windows Phone OS gaps with just a few missing features. The Nokia Lumia 920 is the flagship handset from the Finnish firm, however it’s no longer Microsoft’s darling gadget, with the HTC 8X chosen because the signature windows Cellphone 8 handset.

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2013 Top 6 predictions - Must read

 1. "axis of evil"?

Remember that infamous phrase "axis of evil"? This year tough decisions will be made on Syria, Iran, and North Korea.
2012 ended with strong statements by some Western leaders that they will accelerate support to Syrian rebels. This will be the year of a post-Assad order but "transition" looks set to be bloody.
What is the "or else" if negotiations with Iran over its nuclear programme don't succeed by the Spring? 

2. US and China co-operate or clash ?

In news terms it will continue to be the Arab uprisings, but I am more interested in whether the US and China co-operate or clash in the Pacific.
The US economy will come back strongly and, surprisingly, manufacturing will play an important role. This will be largely based on growing US energy independence. Europe will slip further back, with crisis as the new normal. 

3. economic strategy

Markets will decide that the eurozone is going to pull together, but Europe will still be a big story thanks to worries about Spain and Italy and a tussle between the French president and German chancellor over economic strategy.
Confidence is likely to return to European markets raising questions why the feel-good factor hasn't crossed the Channel, and growing momentum in favour of Britain leaving the EU.

4. Syria's civil war

Syria's civil war deepens, spreading the poison of sectarian and ethnic violence. The Assad regime will fall.
Iran moves closer to the ability to make a nuclear weapon. There will not be outside intervention in Iran in 2013, but it will be close-run.
Prospects for a negotiated settlement between Israelis and Palestinians continue to fade.

5. The web will go truly mobile

The web will go truly mobile, with more people getting online via mobile devices than PCs - and the battle for control will get even fiercer.

Google's Android system and Apple's iPhones and iPads will continue to carve up the market. Microsoft's Windows 8phones, and RIM's Blackberry 10 out in January, will battle for third place - though neither will make much of an impression on the big two.

6. Londonderry's year as the UK City of Culture

Londonderry's year as the UK City of Culture hopes to generate much international interest. It features home-grown shows such as Teenage Kicks: A Punk Musical, and the Turner Prize, which will be awarded outside England for the first time. Also receiving attention will be Manet at the Royal Academy, Glastonbury, Tarantino's Django Unchained, and the reopening of Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum.

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