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SanDisk Ultra SSD

Who hasn’t needed to upgrade their personal workstation when running short on funds? We’ve definitely been there. As luck would have it, SanDisk offers all of us who are a bit strapped for cash an option for improving our aging PCs. The company announced today that its latest offerings, the Ultra SSDs, are heading out to retailers as we speak. Promising 280MB / sec reads coupled with 270MB / sec write speeds, the drives provide a welcome tune-up for, ahem, experienced machines. Random speeds on these disks clock in at up to 3Gb / sec with three sizes available: 60GB, 120GB, and 240GB, ranging from $130 to $450. So save up your extra lunch money, as this is certainly a nice way to breathe new life into your current set-up without going completely broke. Who knows, maybe you can use those dollars you’ll save on some of this. As for the full rundown, scope out the PR after the break.


Bang & Olufsen's BeoSound 5 Encore redefines 'affordable,'

It’s certainly been a while since Bang & Olufsen’s given any love to its gorgeous (but pricey) BeoSound 5, but refining self-proclaimed perfection takes… well, about three years. The more affordable $3,350 BeoSound 5 Encore carries over the svelte 10.4-inch LCD / scroll wheel toting controller from its predecessor, but nixes the BeoMaster music server requirement, allowing it to run headless (and in turn save you bookodles of cash). So how does one play tunes if it rides solo? With a bevy of new connectivity options: content can now be slung over USB (be it via a “mobile device,” thumb key or hard drive), from a NAS, over A2DP Bluetooth, or from one of 13,000 internet radio stations. It’ll ship in August, which’ll leave you plenty of time to count those pennies, and perhaps to ponder why it couldn’t spring for finer graphics in the video that awaits you beyond the fold.

Flat 50% Off On Sandisk 4GB Pendrives


Technical Details :

* Brand : Sandisk
* Model : Cruzer Blade 4GB
* Capacity : 4GB
* Interface : USB
* Type : USB Flash Pen Drive
* Enclosure Colour : Black / Red

Today Dhada Audio!||Dhada Songs

Naga chaitanya latest movie Dhada audio is about to launch Today, at Shilpakala Vedika, Hyderabad. All the Akkineni heroes are expected to grace this occasion.Nagachaitanya’s Dhada too follows the latest trend of releasing audio promos prior to the audio launch. Devi sri prasad composed music for Dhada. Kajal Agarwal plays the female lead. Ajay Bhuyan is the director of this film.The movie is slated for release on August 11. Producer Shiva Prasad Reddy who is extremely confident about the film’s success is releasing this film on his own through R.R. distributors.

Dhookudu Theatres

Vijayawada – Annapurna,alankar
Hyderabad- Sudarsan
Kakinada- Anand Complex,
Devi Multiplex Screen-1, Side
Rajahmundry-G apsara
Amlapuram – venkataramana 
sudarshan 35mm lo sec bad lo manju kukatpally lo vishwanath dsnr lo konark malkajgirilo ragavendra 35mm uppal lo rajalakshmi
Nizamabad lalithamahal Usha Prasad , kamareddy lo darshan mncl lo srinivasa
Kadapa Ravi theatre,ramesh

The rest will be updated soon:

This week is for disasters

Two prime releases of the week are ‘kodi punju’ and ‘Amayakudu.’ Unluckily Telangana Bandh created ruckus for release of both on Friday but they got into theatres yesterday that is Saturday. Unanimously talk was disappointing declaring the two as disasters. Both the films lacked in star power and life of these films will be less than two weeks.Tanish’s dream to build a mass image tarnished with lackluster, old style taking of director BVV Chowdary. On the other side Krishnudu, who is never a reliable actor has continued his flop stream with most torturous ‘Amayakudu.’ Other two, Namitha’s ‘Pachchi Mirapaky’ and Raaj’s ‘Thirugubothu’ may not get even promotional poster charges.

Google Books, Kobo, more In IOS||Google Books||Kobo

Google Books, Kobo, more

Google Books, Kobo, more

Heat waves aside, this last weekend has proven to be a fairly rough one for e-book sellers. In spite of backing off a bit from its initial demands, there have apparently been some major changes afoot in the iOS App Store, with a number of apps scaling back access to their online e-book markets or being pulled from the store altogether. Kobo, one of the former, told The Wall Street Journal (which also reported on its own iOS woes) it was informed on Saturday that it needs to stop selling books through its app. The Google Books app, meanwhile, has been removed altogether, though Google has yet to comment on the matter, possibly revamping the app to comply with the stricter rules. While the adjustments will certainly be a nuisance for the companies involved, selling books through Apple devices will not be an impossibility, so long as customers can still access the markets through Safari.