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  • LG PD233 Pocket Photo Printer

    LG PD233 Pocket Photo Printer

    Price on Amazon:    13,504.00 USD FREE Delivery.
      Inclusive of all taxes
    EMI starts at    1,206.14 per month. Options 
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    • Perfect smartphone & tablet companion for instant mobile printing
    • Slimmer design for better portability
    • Resolution - 313 x 600 DPI
    • High quality photos print instantly with ZinkTM photo paper 2.0 (No Cartridge Required)
    • Quickly send photos to the printer with your phone or tablet via NFC or Bluetooth
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  • The 10 Best Hotel Booking Sites

    When it comes to booking hotel stays, travelers have many options, including the hotels’ own websites, online travel agencies (Expedia, Orbitz, Hotels.com, etc.), and aggregator sites, like Kayak and Trivago, which compile results from multiple booking engines and sites.

    Major sites through a battery of tests to determine which found the most options and the lowest rates – both in various price categories and on specific hotels

    Frommer’s 10 best:

    1. HotelsCombined.com
    2. Trivago
    3. Booking.com
    4. Priceline
    5. Hotels.com/Venere.com
    6. Expedia/Travelocity
    7. Agoda.com
    8. HostelWorld.com
    9. Orbitz
    10. HotelTonight

    Note that most hotels only award loyalty-program points for bookings made on their own websites. That doesn’t make the Frommer’s list irrelevant, however; it’s still worth checking third-party sites to see whether the rate quoted on the hotel site is the lowest available. 

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  • How to access PC from Android or Iphone

    Did you ever wish to access all your photos, videos and other files that are present on your personal computer from your mobile devices? We can access the files on computer from our mobile devices. It helps you when you are not at home and want to access some important files on your computer .

    We can access files on our PC from mobile with the help of a small app POLKAST.Polkast is the easiest way to access all your content from your mobile device.

    Polkast is a personal cloud service which helps you to create your own cloud with the app. Polkast connect with all your devices and computer directly and giving you secure access of all your files from any of your devices. You keep control of all your content . There is no storage limits or storage cost and no additional hardware to buy.



    → First Go to Polkast Website and click on the desktop option as shown in the below figure.

    → Then it will navigate you to the Download page. You need to download the desktop version for your computer.

    → Now click on Download option based on your operating system. Here I’m using windows. As soon as the download is complete ,then you can see polkast app active on your computer.
    → Install Polkast server app on your computer and Register an account for your self.

    → After registration is completed it directs you to Polkast Working screen. Click on get started now Option.

    → Next you have to select the files on your computer that you want to access via polkast on your mobile.

    → Polkast adds the selected files and documents to your library.
    → Now you have to download client version of the app. Go to Polkast again and click on Mobile.
    → It will navigate to download page , select your mobile OS. Here I’m doing in IOS.

    → Download it and Open it inthe app store of your mobile.
    → Once you start Polkast on your mobile or tablet , it will ask you to login to your Polkast account.

    → After you are logged ,Polkast will automatically search for your personal cloud and connect to it.

    → Once your phone successfully connect to the computer through polkast , The app dashboard will be displayed on the screen. The dashboard allows you to remotely access, browse, search and also download files from your computer.

    → By following above simple steps you can watch pictures, listen to music and access files on your
    computer from mobile through Polkast app. It doesn’t matter Where you are , you just need an active internet connection. You can also share pictures on social networking sites, edit them and save them back to your personal cloud.

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  • List of countries by vehicles per capita

    This article is a list of countries by the number of road motor vehicles per 1000 inhabitants. Please consider that car is different from road motor vehicle as the latter includes automobiles, SUVs, trucks, vans, buses, commercial vehicles and freight motor road vehicles. The present list excludes motorcycles and other two-wheelers.

    Rank Country Motor vehicles per
     1000 people based on 2014
    1 San Marino 1,263
    2  Monaco  899
    3  Monaco  797
    4  Liechtenstein 750
    5 Iceland 745
    6 Luxembourg 736
    7 Australia 736
    8 New Zealand 712
    9 Malta 693
    10  Italy 679
    Rank Country Motor vehicles per
     1000 people based on 2014
      at the Bottom  
    186  Ethiopia 3
    187 Somalia 3
    188 Liberia 3
    193 Togo 2



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  • The Best Websites on the Internet


    #1.Netflix:Currently around a third of all internet packets sent are Netflix packets. And for just $9.99 a month, you can add to that number. With an astonishing number of movies, TV shows, and documentaries available to watch on demand, Netflix is a pretty worthwhile investment. Plus, their original series’, including House of Cards, Arrested Development, and Orange is The New Black, are all worth catching.

    #2. Hulu: TV streaming service Hulu isn’t appreciated as much as it should be. If you subscribe to the $7.99 per month package, you’ll have access to a quality library that’s also supported by commercials. If you want commercial-free access, it’ll cost $11.99. For that, you’ll have access to TV series like Homeland, original programming like Casual, and blockbusters like Terminator Genisys.

    #3.Amazon Prime Instant Video: Amazon’s video streaming service isn’t as elegant as Netflix’s, but if you have Amazon Prime, it comes as part of your package. They have an absolute ton of great stuff in their catalog including many critically acclaimed original shows. Amazon’s deep pockets are also seeing the company signing exclusivity deals with companies like HBO and the BBC, meaning their library of shows is just getting better and better.


    #1.Spotify : Spotify has seen its fair share of controversy (including a high-profile tiff with Taylor Swift). However, it remains the best service, on PC or mobile, for streaming pretty much any music, whenever you want. The free service is a good introduction, but it’s worth picking up Spotify Premium. You don’t realize how annoying the ads are until they’re gone. Plus, the offline access is a god-send.

    #2. SoundCloud :Without a doubt, SoundCloud is God’s gift to indie music. It’s a simple, bare-bones service that allows anyone to upload and download music under a variety of licenses, and embed uploaded tracks across the web. It’s effortless and has a novel timed annotation feature, allowing people to discuss music in an entirely new way. SoundCloud is great, and if you want to hear the next big thing before the labels do, SoundCloud is where to look.

    #3. SongKick:connect your SongKick account to your Spotify, Facebook, and Last.fm accounts, and you’ll be kept up to date about when your favorite artists will be playing nearby. You’ll also be shown the ticket prices from various merchants so you can quickly find the cheapest option. This is a simple, yet powerful way to ensure you never miss another live gig.


    #1.Amazon:Everybody knows Amazon: it’s the world’s most advanced stuff distribution infrastructure. If you want it, they’ve got it, and can get it to you for a very reasonable price. Amazon is fantastic.

    #2.Fat Wallet:

    For the thrifty, Fat Wallet is a powerful coupon/promotion aggregator that scours to web to help you find the best deals on whatever you’re looking for.

    #3. ebay

    ebay has been called the world’s garage sale, and the comparison isn’t unfair. Less of a player than once it was, the site (especially its ‘motors’ section) remains a viable avenue for bargain-hunters all over the world.

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