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Gadgets Geekery

LG Optimus 2X is the first dual-core phone. Is it worth buying one?


After LG stormed CES 2011 with new and powerful Android powered phones, people are now curious whether to buy these awesome phones now, or wait for a few months to get their hands on it. If you’re a hard-core gadget freak, then you better reserve one now and brag to your friends that you’re one of the world’s first dual-core phone owners.

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Geekery

Improving Business Ethics through 360 Feedback Softwares


For a company to sustain these days, it needs to maintain the good working relationship among its employees and its administrators. If they are well versed with the ethical values in their work then there is a big guarantee that its customers would be satisfied in their services.

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Geekery

Bing News Indexing Delay


I have noticed that there’s a slight delay Bing News indexing since last week. Sometimes, it’s a 2-day delay, sometimes a 3-day delay. I don’t know what’s the main cause of this delay, because other sites that are indexed long ago in Bing News are not experiencing this delay. Only the sites that are recently added in the Bing News index.

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Geekery Personal

Torr IQ Society: Are you on the top 0.13%?


Torr, the newest ultra-selective high IQ society has been launched recently. The International High IQ society announces the official launch of Torr 2 days ago. With an entrance requirement in the top 0.13 percent of the population. If your IQ is 145 and above, then you’re qualified to be part of this newest high IQ society.

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Geekery Internet

WiFi passphrase or key is incorrect even if it’s correct after upgrading to Windows 7


If you’ve encountered the error “the key or passphrase is incorrect” with your wireless connection after upgrading your Windows XP or Windows Vista to Windows 7, then you’re not alone. I’ve encountered this annoying error after upgrading my 64-bit Windows Vista Home Premium to 64-bit Windows 7 Home Premium.

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Geekery Inspirations

How To: Enable UPnP on Belkin N1 Vision Wireless Router


I recently replaced my Linksys WRT 310N Wireless router with the new Belkin N1 Vision Wireless Router, because of it’s super cool interactive display that shows how many computers are connected to the router, the maximum and current speed of my Internet Service Provider, the current upload and download speed that I’m using, and the total uploaded and downloaded data of each device that is connected to my router.

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Geekery

eBay is full of fake 32GB SD, flash, and memory cards

After 2 weeks of waiting for my 32GB SD card from Hong Kong, I finally received it. Too bad, I waited for nothing, because I bought a fake SD card. It’s really deceptive, because if you check it in your PC or MAC, you’ll see that total capacity of 32GB.

But don’t let you eyes deceive you! If you’ll use the card and you exceeded 2GB, all of your other files will be corrupted. Because it’s really 2GB not 32GB. They just re-programmed or hacked it so that your computer will show you that it’s 32GB, but its total capacity only 2GB.

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Geekery Internet

IE9 beta is now available for test drive!


The latest version of the world known Internet Browser that sucks after Firefox and Chrome dominated the world wide web has attempted to take back its place in the browser war. I recently downloaded IE9 beta 64-bit for Windows 7 and I can say that it has a potential to be loved by web enthusiasts, again.

What’s new with Internet Explorer 9? You can read more about it here.

IE9 beta is only available for Windows 7 and Windows Vista 32-bit and 64-bit editions. And I don’t think that they will release it in other older versions of Windows.

It’s now faster, better, lighter and smarter! Try it now and brag to be one of the first to experience the beauty of the web!

You can also read more about IE9 at Long Zheng’s blog.