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Top Songs Of 2012

The song has received positive reviews from critics who complimented the song’s effective lyrics and chorus, and commended Ludacris’ part and the song’s ability to have an urban twist.

Most Visited Websites 2011-2012

Google Search or Google Web Search is a web search engine owned by Google Inc. Google Search is the most-used search engine on the World Wide Web, receiving several hundred million queries each day through its various services.

History of Facebook

Mark Zuckerberg wrote Facemash, the predecessor to Facebook, on October 28, 2003, while attending Harvard as a sophomore. According to The Harvard Crimson, the site was comparable to Hot or Not, and "used photos compiled from the online facebooks of nine houses.

Airtel 3G 70% less in Kerala Plans

First time users please follow the steps as given below to go 3G in Kerala:- » Select network settings to "automatic" on your handset » Choose "3G only mode" and wait for network registration. » After registration and seeing 3G network on your handset, Select "Dual Mode" or "3G and 2G mode" to enjoy 3G .

Aakash Tablet is Available For Booking

You can Order your Aakash Tablet now. The long wait for Aakash Tablet is now over. Now you can book your Aakash Tablet online which will be delivered within a week from the day of booking. Aakash was the most awaited Indian Tablet, which took many people’s attention all over the world.

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Micromax unveils its new Brand logo-New punch logo Micromax

New Delhi, March 17, 2012: Micromax Informatics Limited, the 12th largest handset manufacturer in the World* today announced a change in their logo, unveiling the new punch logo. The new logo will be revealed at the Micromax Asia Cup 2012, during the India vs. Pakistan match on Sunday, March 18, 2012. The punch logo has been developed through an extensive crowd sourcing exercise undertaken by Micromax, in association with Talent house India, inviting participants to submit their version of the logo.

Samsung Become The Number Mobile Company in World by Beating Nokia

In Q1 2012, based on Strategy Analytics, Samsung surpassed Nokia sold by 93.5 million units and 82.7 million units, respectively. Standard & Poor's has also downgraded Nokia to 'junk' status at BB+/B with negative outlook due to high loss and still declined with growth of Lumia smartphones was not sufficient to offset a rapid decline in revenue from Symbian-based smartphones over the next few quarters.

Top Five Worldwide Total Mobile Phone Vendors, Q1 2012
Rank Manufacturer Gartner IDC
1 SAMSUNG 20.7% 23.5%
2 Nokia 19.8% 20.8%
3 Apple 7.9% 8.8%
4 ZTE 4.2% 4.8%
5 LG 3.5% 3.4%

Others 33.3% 38.7%

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200 million mobile users For Operamini

200 million mobile users Today, Opera reached an important milestone: Two hundred million people use Opera Mini and Opera Mobile to connect to the world. For many users around the world, a browser is more than a tool to ‘browse the web’. Sometimes it's a school when you can afford none, sometimes it's the only line to an outside world shut off by an oppressive regime. By providing a service that reliably and cheaply delivers critical information to just about everyone with a phone is the reason we makes browsers. We want to make a difference in the world, not only on the web.
You can read more about the numbers breakdown in this month's state of the mobile web report.
Thanks everyone for supporting Opera in our mission to make a faster and better Internet experience for all.
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Satellite phone

A satellite telephone, satellite phone, or satphone is a type of mobile phone that connects to orbiting satellites instead of terrestrial cell sites. They provide similar functionality to terrestrial mobile telephones; voice, short messaging service and low-bandwidth internet access are supported through most systems.
Depending on the architecture of a particular system, coverage may include the entire Earth, or only specific regions.
The mobile equipment, also known as a terminal, varies widely. Early satellite phone handsets had a size and weight comparable to that of a late-1980s or early-1990s mobile phone, but usually with a large retractable antenna. More recent satellite phones are similar in size to a regular mobile phone while some prototype satellite phones have no distinguishable difference from an ordinary smartphone.Satphones are popular on expeditions into remote areas where terrestrial cellular service is unavailable.

12 basic principles of animation

  • 1.1 Squash and stretch
  • 1.2 Anticipation
  • 1.3 Staging
  • 1.4 Straight ahead action and pose to pose
  • 1.5 Follow through and overlapping action
  • 1.6 Slow in and slow out
  • 1.7 Arcs
  • 1.8 Secondary action
  • 1.9 Timing
  • 1.10 Exaggeration
  • 1.11 Solid drawing
  • 1.12 Appeal


What Is 3D animation

3D animation

3D animation is digitally modeled and manipulated by an animator. To manipulate a mesh, it is given a digital skeletal structure that can be used to control the mesh. This process is called rigging. Various other techniques can be applied, such as mathematical functions (ex. gravity, particle simulations), simulated fur or hair, effects such as fire and water and the use of motion capture to name but a few, these techniques fall under the category of 3D dynamics. Well-made 3D animations can be difficult to distinguish from live action and are commonly used as visual effects for recent movies. Toy Story (1995, USA) is the first feature-length film to be created and rendered entirely using 3D graphics.

What About Gprs

General packet Radio Service (GPRS)/ WAP/ MMS on BSNL Mobile
GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) offers high speed data services in GSM network. It uses Packet Mode Technique to transfer data and provides connectivity to Internet. Users will be able to browse Internet using handsets supporting Internet browsing. They will also be able use their e-mail accounts as is being done through landline Internet access. Also browsing of Internet from Laptops and Desktop computers is possible by connecting the computer with the GPRS enabled mobile handset through a data cable or Infrared connectivity.

Using GPRS you can download in your mobile the following:
  • Polyphonic ring tones
  • MP3 tones
  • Color logos
  • Wallpapers
  • Videos
  • Animations
  • Games
  • E-mails and more........

You can download Polyphonic ring tones, wallpapers, Videos, animations, games etc from
Moreover, GPRS enables the users to send and receive MMS (Multimedia Messages). Presently MMS can be exchanged among CellOne numbers in Eastern Zone only. MMS is combination of
  • Text
  • Picture
  • Video
  • Speech
  • Animation
  • Music

What is MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service)

Mobile Messaging is evolving beyond SMS text messaging with the introduction of MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service). MMS delivers a total communication experience, allowing personalized multimedia content such as images, audio, text, video and combinations of these.

Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) is a store and forward messaging service that allows mobile subscribers to exchange multimedia messages with other mobile subscribers. As such it can be seen as an evolution of SMS, with MMS supporting the transmission of additional media types:

MMS is an important emerging service, which allows the sending of multiple media in a single message, and the ability to send a message to multiple recipients.

The originator can easily create a Multimedia Message, either using a built-in or accessory camera, or can use images and sounds stored previously in the phone (and possibly downloaded from a web site).

Even if the recipient phone is not switched on, the Multimedia Message will be stored and sent to the recipient as soon as they switch on their phone. If the recipient has not subscribed to the MMS service, still he/she can view the MMS through internet based on the SMS notification he/she gets.

A number of Multimedia Messages can be stored in the users handset and reviewed or forwarded at a later date.

London Olympic Official Song Mp3 Free Download
Muse ( - Survival (Official Song Of The London 2012 Olympic Games) mp3

To download London Olympic Official Song mp3 for free:
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2. Change filename to London Olympic Official Song.mp3
3. If Save As Type is not MP3, change to All Files

What Is A Web Site

A web site isn't the same as a web page. It's a collection of web pages, and a web page is a document written in HTML and translated by your browser. If you explore any website  you will see that it is made up of several different pages.

Tata Motors 100 kmpl with Megapixel

 At a time when fuel conservation is becoming imperative across the world, Tata Motors is aiming to make a car, Tata Megapixel that can deliver up to 100 kilometres from a litre of fuel by using a unique combination of technology.
The company, which surprised the world with 'Rs one lakh car' Nano, today unveiled the concept vehicle which is a four -seater global range extended electric vehicle (REEV) meant for city driving. The new innovation from the house of Tatas is likely to be commercially launched in around three years from now.
The vehicle combines a lithium ion phosphate battery and an on-board petrol engine generator for recharging on the move. According to the company, Tata Megapixel offers a range of up to 900 km (with a single tank of fuel) and fuel economy of 100 km/litre (under battery only power).
It also said the car will have CO2 emission of "just 22 gm/km". Last year at the 81st Geneva Motor Show Tata Motors had unveiled Tata Pixel, a city car concept for Europe. Pixel is yet to be commercially launched.
Speaking during the unveiling of Megapixel, Tata Motors Managing Director - India Operations Prakash M Telang said: "The Tata Megapixel, developed by our design centres in India, the UK and Italy, is our idea of a city car for discerning motorists in any megacity of the world.
"It is a result of the progress we have made on the Tata Pixel, displayed last year, and also denotes the company's future design direction."
Among other features, the Megapixel's electric drive has four independent electric motors, one at each wheel. To make parking easier, the electric hub motors drive the wheels in opposite directions, while the front wheels are turned at an acute angle, enabling a 2.8 metre turning radius.
It also has an easy charging feature with the at-home charging system with an induction system. The car has simply to be parked over the induction pad for charging to begin.
Tata Megapixel

250000 computers may lose internet on July 9

250000 computers may lose internet on July 9

About a quarter-million computer users around the world are at risk of losing internet access on Monday because of malicious software at the heart of a hacking scam that US authorities shut down last November.
Some blogs and news reports hyped the risk of an outage, warning of a potential 'blackout' and describing the Alureon malware as the 'Internet Doomsday' virus.
Yet experts said only a tiny fraction of computer users were at risk, and internet providers would be on call to quickly restore service. They said they considered the threat to be small compared with more-prevalent viruses such as Zeus and SpyEye, which infect millions of PCs and are used to commit financial fraud.
As of this week, about 245,000 computers worldwide were still infected by Alureon and its brethren, according to security firm Deteque. That included 45,355 computers in the United States.
The viruses were designed to redirect internet traffic through rogue DNS servers controlled by criminals, according to the FBI. DNS servers are computer switchboards that direct web traffic.
When authorities took down the rogue servers, a federal judge in New York ordered that temporary servers be kept in place while the victims' machines were repaired. The temporary servers will shut down at 12:01 am EDT (0401 GMT) on Monday, which means the infected PCs that have not been fixed will no longer be able to connect to the internet.

A Gossip About Facebook From The Times of India: Ex-employee spills 'sex secrets' of Facebook

Facebook, which is supposed to be one of the most dynamic companies in the world, was deeply sexist and stuck in a 1950s mentality that was a cross between a frat house and 'Mad Men' until recently, a new book by a former senior staff member has claimed.
Katherine Losse, who worked for Facebook between 2005 and 2010, claims that female workers at the social network were propositioned for threesomes or given crude insults like 'I want to put my teeth in your ass' in 'The Boy Kings: A Journey into the Heart of the Social Network'.
Lower ranking employees, who were invariably female, were treated like "second class help" and banned from a conference unless they worked as coat checkers whilst there.
Meanwhile in between toga parties and late night 'hackathons', male engineers raced skateboards around desks as if they were in the X Games.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckberg has been compared to Napoleon and branded a 'little emperor' who created a company where his staff could 'idol worship' him.
On his 22nd birthday female workers were even asked to wear a T-shirt with his face on it in his honour.
Losse was employee number 51 and worked her way up from customer relations to a senior marketing role before becoming the speechwriter for Zuckerberg.
At its core, she claims that Facebook is all about creating a 'popular techno frat that didn't exist at Stanford or Harvard' where men can engage in endless competition with each other.
"The older men in the office could be unbridled in their wide ranging desires for sex and attention as the youngest ones," the Daily mail quoted her as writing.
"One of the few married engineers on the team was known by his female colleagues (after he had made several unwelcome propositions to them) to invite lower ranking women at the company to have threesomes with him...
"...When a female employee reported being told by a male co-worker in the lunch line that her backside looked tasty - "I want to put my teeth in your ass" was what the co-worker said - Mark asked (it was hard to tell whether it was with faux or genuine naivete): 'What does that even mean?" she wrote.
During an away trip to Las Vegas a group of Facebook engineers filmed themselves inviting girls up to their table in a club then shouting "Leave, you're not pretty enough!" when they didn't like them.
The 2007 'F8' conference in San Francisco was open only technical employees but Facebook relented on everyone else - so long as they carried out coat checking duties whilst there.
This meant lower paid employees who were invariably female were treated like 'second class help', Losse writes.
The year before Facebook had offered its staff a $1,000 a month subsidy to live within a mile of the office in the belief that it would make them happier.
But until there was an outcry this was only offered to engineers on $80,000 a year salaries.
Customer service workers, which included the few women who worked for the company, were told they could not have it even though they were on just $30,000 a year.
"The company's entire human resources architecture was constructed on the reactionary model of an office from the 1950s in which men with so-called masculine qualities (being technical, breaking things, moving fast) was idealised as brilliant and visionary whilst everyone else (particularly the nontechnical employees on the customer support team who were mostly female and sometime, unlike the white and Asian engineering team, black) were assumed to be duller, incapable of quick and intelligent thought. It was like Mad Men but real and happening the current moment, as if in repudiation of fifty years of social progress...," Losse wrote.
"...Facebook it seemed wanted to have it all: to be the new and scrappy kid on the block and have the feel of an old boys' club that had been around forever," she added.
It wasn't until the arrival of chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg in 2009 that things actually changed.

Over 45 million users opted for number portability till April: TRAI

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has revealed that the Mobile Number Portability (MNP) requests surged to 45.89 million at the end of April 2012, up from 41.88 million in March. In the month of April 2012, total number of subscribers who have submitted their request for MNP was about 4.01 million.
In MNP Zone-I (Northern & Western India) the maximum number of recorded requests were in Gujarat (4.23 million) followed by Rajasthan (4.10 million) whereas in MNP Zone-II (Southern & Eastern) the maximum number of requests have been received in Karnataka (5.11 million) followed by Andhra Pradesh Service area (4.44 million). The status of MNP requests in various service areas is given below:
MNP status as on April 2012
Overall, the total number of telephone users in India surged to 952.91 million at the end of April, up from 951.34 million at the end of March – a growth of 0.16 percent. However, the number of subscriptions in urban areas dipped to 618.92 million in April, from 620.53 million in March. In rural areas, subscriptions increased from 330.82 million to 334 million during the review period.
TRAI further said overall tele-density in urban areas dipped to 168.83 from 169.55, while it increased from 39.22 to 39.57 in rural areas. Overall share of urban users decreased to 64.95 percent from 65.23 per cent, whereas share of rural subscribers surged to 35.05 percent in the month of April, according to TRAI.
The number of wireless telephone users has also increased to 921.02 million in April from 919.17 million in March --- a growth of 0.20 per cent. According to TRAI, private operators dominate the wireless market with 88.76 percent share whereas state-run BSNL and MTNL hold only 11.24 percent market share.
Service provider wise market share

Bad News From Google:Larry Page voice condition is Going Bad 

The health of Google co-founder and chief executive Larry Page has been called into question following the CEO’s absence from Google’s shareholders’ meeting on Thursday. Chairman Eric Schmidt stated that Page skipped the meeting due to a voice condition, but Google also said Page would not be present at the Google I/O developer conference next week, or at the company’s second-quarter earnings call in July while his voice recovers. JP Morgan analyst Doug Anmuth on Friday pondered to clients whether or not the CEO’s health problem is being downplayed by Google.
“Co-founder and CEO Larry Page was not present at the shareholder meeting,” Anmuth wrote in a note to investors on Friday. “Google indicated that he had lost his voice and was unable to speak at the meeting, and also that he would not be speaking at next week’s Google I/O developer conference or the company’s 2Q earnings call.”
The analyst continued, “We have no specific reason to think there is anything more to Larry’s condition, but we find it odd that the company would already rule him out of the 2Q call which is likely still a few weeks away. We think this could raise some questions among investors. We note that Larry does not appear to have posted on Google+ since May 25.”
The situation is a bit reminiscent of Apple’s handling of co-founder and former CEO Steve Jobs’s health when he first fell ill again, however as Anmuth noted, there is no specific reason to question Google’s explanation of Page’s condition.

DataWind unveils UbiSlate 7C, commercial version of Aakash 2 tablet

DataWind, the makers of the Aakash tablet, has announced two new UbiSlate tablets – UbiSlate 7+ and UbiSlate 7C. Both the DataWind tablets come with similar specifications, other than the display quality and internal storage. The Ubislate 7C is said to be the commercial version of the Aakash II tablet.
Priced at Rs. 2,999, the UbiSlate 7+ runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS and is powered by a Cortex A8 – 800MHz processor. It has a seven-inch resistive touchscreen with 800 x 400 pixel resolution. The device includes Wi-Fi and GPRS connectivity. Optional 3G modems are also supported. In addition to a micro-SD card slot, a full sized USB port is also integrated into the UbiSlate 7+.
The UbiSlate 7C, priced at Rs. 3,999, comes with similar set of applications except that it features a capacitive four-point touchscreen and 4GB internal storage.
UbiSlate 7C
DataWind also unveiled its ecosystem of partners for providing content, applications and access. DataWind announced relationships with:
  • Aircel as its strategic operator partner to provide voice and data services
  • VMC Systems Ltd. as electronics manufacturing services partner, replacing Quad Electronics
  • Yahoo India for its portal, Yahoo! Mail and Yahoo! Cricket
  • The Indian Express Group to bring its users the news and analysis on the go
  • Reverie Language Technologies Pvt. Ltd. to provide over a dozen Indian languages including Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, Punjabi/Gurmukhi and many others.
  • Get Jar for providing access to over 350,000 software applications.
  • InMobi, an independent mobile ad network, to help deliver applications for free to consumers
  • Mango Learning solutions for game based educational modules, interactive smart books and the full CBSE curriculum.
  • RKS Learning Private Ltd. for TestBag, the most comprehensive solution for testing and e-assessment
  • Intelligia finger tracing apps to teach letter writing for toddlers
  • Pixatel for utilities and games created for tablet form factors
  • Poketalk for call back long distance services.
  • MyJobs for access to millions of job postings and resume submission.
  • Blueworld portal
On status of the Ubislate 7, the retail version of the Aakash tablet, Datawind CEO Suneet Singh Tuli said that the customers who have booked the UbiSlate 7 device will receive the upgraded UbiSlate 7+ tablet. The delivery of the Ubislate 7+ has already begun, he added.
Tuli also acknowledged that the rift with the company’s ex-vendor Quad Electronics has hit the Aakash delivery schedule. And now he is looking for more vendors to bring the Aakash project back on track.
The DataWind CEO also rejected the notion that the enthusiasm for the UbiSlate tablets was fading away due to the continuous delay in the launch. He said that DataWind is receiving 8,000-10,000 pre-bookings for the UbiSlate 7+ per day.

Datawind CEO Suneet Singh Tuli talking to reporters at the UbiSlate 7C launch event
Delivery of the Ubislate 7+ devices have started to consumers that have pre-booked on DataWind’s webiste, and will continue over the next several months before retail availability. Delivery of the UbiSlate 7C devices is scheduled to begin end of May.

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Amazing 50 Facts You Like it

  1. The most dangerous job in the United States is that of a fisherman, followed by logging and then an airline pilot
  2. The words "abstemioius," and "facetious" both have all the five vowels in them in order
  3. French soldiers during World War I had the nickname "poilu" which translates to "hairy one."
  4. Former U.S. President William Taft converted the White House stable into a four car garage in 1909
  5. People living on the east coast prefer creamy peanut butter, while people living on the west coast prefer chunky peanut butter
  6. Some snails live on branches in trees
  7. Tomato ketchup is a good conditioner for the hair. It also helps get the greenish tinge that some blonde haired people get after swimming in water with chlorine in it
  8. The youngest pope was 11 years old
  9. Did you know you share your birthday with at least 9 other million people in the world
  10. Soldiers disease is a term for morphine addiction. The Civil War produced over 400,000 morphine addicts
  11. The longest chapter in the Bible is Psalm 119, which is 176 verses
  12. During the First World War, cigarettes were handed out to soldiers along with their rations
  13. The longest freshwater shoreline in the world is located in the state of Michigan
  14. There are bananas called "Red banana" that are maroon to dark purple when ripe
  15. Franklin Pierce was the first U.S. President to have a Christmas tree in the White House
  16. The USA bought Alaska from Russia for 2 cents an acre
  17. Walt Disney had originally suggested using the name Mortimer Mouse instead of Mickey Mouse
  18. The length of brink of the Canadian "Horseshoe" Falls located in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada is 2600 feet
  19. The smile is the most frequently used facial expression. A smile can use anywhere from a pair of 5 to 53 facial muscles
  20. The right lung of a human is larger than the left one. This is because of the space and placement of the heart
  21. Native Americans used to use pumpkin seeds for medicine
  22. The pound key (#) on the keyboard is called an octothorpe
  23. The chemical name for caffeine is 1,3,7-trimethylzantihine
  24. Corals take a long time to grow. Some corals only grow one centimeter in one year
  25. Walmart-mart sells more apparel a year than all the other competing department stores combined
  26. Canada has more inland waters and lakes than any other country in the world
  27. Ramses II, a pharaoh of Egypt died in 1225 B.C. At the time of his death, he had fathered 96 sons and 60 daughters
  28. The word "lethologica" describes the state of not being able to remember the word you want
  29. Since its introduction in February 1935, more than two hundred million Monopoly board games have been sold worldwide
  30. Women are twice as likely to be diagnosed with depression than men in the United States
  31. The smallest man ever was Gul Mohammed (1957-1997) of India, who measured 1 feet, 10? inches
  32. 500,000 tons of dog excrement are dumped annually on the streets of Paris
  33. Hydrogen gas is the least dense substance in the world, at 0.08988g/cc
  34. In Belgium, there is a museum just for strawberries
  35. The Simpsons is the longest running prime-time animated series on television history
  36. The more a person struggles to get out of quicksand the faster they will sink. Staying still, and being calm will actually make the body float in the quicksand because the body is less dense than the quicksand is
  37. On average, a Canadian girl owns seven Barbie dolls, whereas an American girl owns eight
  38. A piece of French toast that was partially eaten by Justin Timberlake sold on eBay
  39. The Olympic was the sister ship of the Titanic, and she provided twenty-five years of service
  40. Atari had to bury millions of unsold "E.T." game cartridges in a New Mexico desert landfill in 1982
  41. The biggest disco ball in the world has a diameter of 2.41 meters and 137.89 kilograms. It also has 6,900 mirror squares on it
  42. The national anthem of Greece has 158 verses
  43. An average city dog lives approximately three years longer than an average country dog
  44. On average, falling asleep while driving results in 550 accidents per day in the United States
  45. Scatologists are experts who study feces. (aka. crap, dung, dookie, dumps, feces, excrement, etc.) 
  46. The fastest moving land snake is the Black Mamba, which can move up to 7 miles per hour
  47. Annually Americans eat 45 million turkeys at Thanksgiving
  48. Rabbits can live up to ten years
  49. The average life span of a single red blood cell is 120 days
  50. Over 250 million Slinky toys have been sold since its debut in 1946

Top 10 Interesting Facts about Lionel Messi

Lionel Messi is arguably the best footballer in the world at the moment. He's won every trophy on offer at the club level. and is adored by millions of fans worldwide for the magic he creates on the field. He is often compared to football legends like Pele and Maradona and it won't be a surprise if he overtakes them soon in terms of "greatness", as he is just 24 right now.
As India, especially Kolkata, prepares to be bowled over by Leo Messi, we tell you 10 interesting facts about his life:
1. His family is of middle-class Italian origin. While his father Jorge was a factory worker, his mother Celia was a part-time cleaner.
2. He was detected with a growth hormone deficiency at the age of 11. His parents could not afford his treatment, which was $900 a month.
3. Messi shares his birthplace with the Argentinian revolutionary Che Guevera. Both were born in Rosario, Argentina.
4. Barcelona officials were quick to spot his footballing skills. They offered to pay for Messi's medical bills and the family shifted to Spain.
5. Messi's first contract with Barcelona was detailed out on a paper napkin! FC Barcelona sporting director Carles Rexach was so impressed with Messi's skills that he wanted to make a contract immediately and there was no paper available at that time.
6. He was offered a place in the national team by Spain which he did not accept. He wanted to wear blue-and-white Argentinian jersey, a chance he first got in 2004.
7. Messi holds two passports - Argentina's and Spain's. He became a Spanish citizen in September 2005.
8. Messi inherited the No. 10 Barca jersey from another great footballer Ronaldinho in the summer of 2008.
9. Messi supports a number of charities through his Leo Messi Foundation. He also works for people suffering from Fragile X Syndrome (a disease related to autism). He is also a a goodwill ambassador for UNICEF.
10. He is featured on the front covers of the video games Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 and Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 and is also involved in promotional campaigns for the games.

Does the Samsung Galaxy S III have a heat-damage problem

While driving in his car, the user wrote that “suddenly a white flame, sparks and a bang came out of the phone.”
He provided photos of the phone after the incident, in which a corner of the gadget appears to have been damaged by fire.
Given that this is just one user’s experience, it’s highly possible that it’s an isolated incident caused by a single faulty device or other circumstances.
Still, Samsung acknowledged the report in a blog post Thursday, saying, “There have been recent online posts displaying pictures of a Samsung GALAXY SIII that appears to have heat-related damage at the bottom of the device. Samsung is aware of this issue and will begin investigating as soon as we receive the specific product in question.”
Reviews of the Galaxy S III have been largely positive so far. The Post’s Hayley Tsukayama called it “a worthy contender” to the iPhone and said that customers looking to buy an Android-based phone should make it “a top consideration.”
Samsung’s phone stands out thanks to its relatively large screen, 8 megapixel rear-facing camera, and its sleekness (it’s lighter and thinner than the iPhone 4S.) It also has a feature called S-Voice, an answer to Apple’s voice-activated personal assistant, Siri.
It’s not the first time this year that a gadget’s propensity for overheating has been questioned. In March, there was a brief dustup over the safety of Apple’s new iPad because it rose to higher temperatures during use than did previous iterations of the tablet.
Consumer Reports quickly squelched those concerns when it said it didn’t believe the higher surface temperature presented a risk.