After a rapid growth of internet expansion for the fast years, the number of available internet protocol address for IPv4 has been completely depleted. But this doesn’t mean that its the end of the internet or what other called the “IPocalypes”.
In The IPV6 news conference at Miami Florida held last February 3 2011. ICANN, along with the Number Resources Organization (NRO), the Internet Architecture Board (IAB), and the Internet Society (ISOC), have been preparing the Internet for the next generation Internet Protocol. IPv6, a new Internet Protocol that has a massive amount of address space , is already taking over as IPv4 runs out. For most users, all it means is that your computer’s IP address today might look like 192.0.2.10, but soon it may resemble 2001:0db8::feed:b766.
“the depletion of the IPv4 Addresses marks an opportunity to shift to an internet protocol that offers a full of available internet protocol addresses, so large that it is difficult to even imagine.” said Rod Beckstorm President CEO ICANN
Most of the latest communication gadgets specially smartphones, uses internet. And time will come that even our home appliances will be using IP address in controlling it.
Watch the IPv6 News Conference
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I Received an email from yahoo the other day, announcing that they gonna shut down one of their services. Its the yahoo MyBlogLog. For those who are using this service better check your email now.
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After May 24, 2011 your credit card will no longer be charged for premium services on MyBlogLog. We will refund you the unused portion of your subscription, if any. The refund will appear as a credit via the billing method we have on file for you. To make sure that your billing information is correct and up to date, visit https://billing.yahoo.com.
If you have questions about these changes, please visit the Yahoo! MyBlogLog help pages.
We thank you for being a customer on Yahoo! MyBlogLog.
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This is a very short guide in resetting your Canon MP190 Series Printer when you got a . I have seen a lot of guide over the internet but most of them where not working and some are very hard to understand. To reset your MP190 series, first you have to put your printer into service mode.
Steps to put your MP190 series to service mode
Unplug and plug the printer’s AC plug to the AC socket.
Press and hold the Stop/Reset button.
While holding the Stop/Reset button, press and hold the power button.
Release the Stop/Reset button (keep on holding the Power button).
Press the Stop/Reset button twice and release the power button.
Wait for the printer to initialize and when it displays “0” on the panel it means your done.
Now that your printer is in service mode, you are ready to reset the waist ink counter. First download Service Tool V1050 (Download link at the end of the post). Extract the file and run the Service tool V1050
Determine which USB Port your printer is connected to and select it on the USB port drop down menu.
In the Clear Ink Counter Selection tick on the “Main” button.
Then Tick on the “Plater” button.
Now your printer’s waste ink counter is set back to zero.
This is what I have been waiting for, a PSP on my cellphone. Well Sony Ericsson made a dream come true. The Experia™ Play is Powered by Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) and to be the first PlayStation™ certified smartphone. In phone mode, you can experience almost everything that Android technology can give. With best-in-class entertainment experiences, a great 5 megapixel camera, a brilliant 4” multi-touch screen and great social networking features.
And when you slide down the gaming control, here the excitement begins. User can experience a new world of great mobile gaming. The slide out game pad has a digital D pad, two analogue touch pads, two shoulder buttons and the four PlayStation icons: circle, cross, square and triangle. Qualcomm’s optimized Snapdragon processor with a 1Ghz CPU and embedded Adreno GPU graphics processor deliver silky smooth 60fps play-back 3D mobile gaming and Web browsing with minimal power consumption so Xperia PLAY users can enjoy long hours of battery life and game time. The Eperia™ is expected to be available this March 2011.