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Monday, 12 January 2015

Parents giving their kids the sex talk is as awkward as you remember

From the folks who brought you "Grandmas Smoking Weed for the First Time" comes another, more uncomfortable gem: Parents talking to their kids about sex for the first time. It is, of course, a terrible experience for all involved.
Apologies if all this talk of sperm, eggs and "van-ginas" brings back vivid memories of your own first "birds and the bees" talk.

Posted By: Pawan Lubana on Monday, 12 January 2015

Friday, 25 April 2014

Google ChromeCast – A revolutionary Video Streaming Device is now Available in India

Few months back Google Inc has launched a thumb sized media streaming device that could revolutionize your TV viewing experience. Till Last month this device was out of reach for Indian Audience but not anymore. Now if you have Rs.3100 rupees in your pocket then you can also have this device and start enjoying HD Video content from your Mobile device to your HD TV.
If you are not aware about Google ChromeCast, here is breif introduction:

What is ChromeCast:
Chromecast is a small device through which you can send your favorite online shows , Movies, youTube Videos from your Mobile/Table to your HD TV. To do this you just need to plug Chromecart into the HDMI port of your TV.
Why I should Use Google Chrome Cast:
Here is what Official site of Google Chromecast has to say about the use of this device
"With Chromecast, you can easily enjoy your favorite online entertainment on your HDTV—movies, TV shows, music, and more from Netflix, YouTube, Hulu Plus, Google Play Movies and Music, and Chrome. No more huddling around small screens and tiny speakers. Chromecast automatically updates to work with a growing number of apps."
Key Featured:
ChromeCast works or comparitble with almost all devices that are available in the market, be it Android Phones, Iphone, Chrome Browser, it works with everything. All you need to do is install a simple app in your handheld device and plug ChromeCast device in your TV.
To Download ChromeCast app from Google Play Store: Click here
  1. Remote Free: With ChromeCast , you don';t need to have remote in your hand, you can control playback, adjust volume right inside from your smartphone of tablet
  2. Plug in & Play: Using ChromeCast is no rocket Science, just plug devices in your TV,connect it over WiFi then video from your handheld device to your TV and watch with your friends & Family

How Can i Buy Google ChromeCast in India:

Till few days Google Chromecast was available only for US residents but now many E-commece Sites like Amazon, Ebay have this at lowest prices for Indians.
The price of Google Chromecast in india is just Rs.3045 at Buy it from Amazon here @ 3045
Other Sites from whch you can buy Google ChromeCast
Some Important  FAQs about Google ChromeCast:
What apps can I cast from on my smartphone or tablet?
Casting is currently supported from HBO GO, Netflix, Hulu Plus, Pandora, YouTube, Google Play Movies & TV, Google Play Music and a growing number of other apps. Amazon Instant Video is not currently supported.
What video formats work with casting a tab from Chrome?
Almost every video you can view in your Chrome browser should work, including Flash videos. Video formats that require other plugins, such as Silverlight and Quicktime, may not work.
Can I plug my Chromecast into an audio/video receiver?
Yes, you may plug in your Chromecast into an audio/video receiver with an HDMI input.

Posted By: Pawan Lubana on Friday, 25 April 2014

Tuesday, 24 December 2013

5 Other Things to Do on Christmas Day

Whether you're alone on Christmas, don't celebrate the holiday or just need to escape your relatives for a few hours, there are plenty of things to do on Dec. 25 to entertainingly pass the time. We've highlighted five simple activities you can take part in that don't require much effort or money. Cheers to surviving the holiday season!
  • 1. Watch the 'Doctor Who' Christmas Special

    It's cold outside, but things will heat up on Doctor Who's annual Christmas episode, which airs at 9 p.m. ET on BBC America. Two reasons to tune in: A thrilling trailer for the special reveals a barrage of monsters (Cybermen, Daleks, Weeping Angels and The Silence); plus, the Doctor will regenerate from Matt Smith into Peter Capaldi at the end of the episode.
  • 2. Listen to the Most-Streamed Holiday Music

    The time has come to play the perennial holiday favorites -- Mariah Carey, Bing Crosby and Andy Williams -- but don't forget the season's hottest crooners on streaming-music services, including Michael BublĂ©, Kelly Clarkson and Leona Lewis. Over on Spotify, the top 10 most-streamed Christmas songs list is dominated by BublĂ©, who owns nine of the spots, while Carey's "All I Want For Christmas Is You" ranks at No. 2. Check out our eclectic playlist for some holiday goodness.
  • 3. Check Out Netflix's New Series for Kids

    Netflix's Turbo FAST, a racing-themed animated comedy from DreamWorks, premieres on Dec. 24in time for some Christmas Day binge-watching. It is the streaming service's first original series for kids. Five episodes from the series, which continues the tale from the Turbo movie, will be available right away, with more episodes premiering in 2014. Watch the trailer here.
  • 4. Go to the Movies

    Cozy up at your local cinema with any of the Christmas Day arrivals, including Ben Stiller's fantasy drama The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (above); Leonardo DiCaprio's black comedy The Wolf of Wall Street; Sylvester Stallone and Robert De Niro's boxing comedy Grudge Match; the star-studded dramedy August: Osage County; Keanu Reeves' samurai action flick 47 Ronin; and Mark Wahlberg's war drama Lone Survivor. Surf over to Fandango to browse your local show times.
  • 5. Stay Put and Watch 'A Christmas Story'

    TBS never wants you to forget that Ralphie wants "an official Red Ryder, carbine action, two-hundred shot range model air rifle!" The TV network will be airing the 1983 holiday classic movie A Christmas Story all day on Dec. 25 because, you know, it's tradition to watch this film at least once every year. We're sure you'll have 98 minutes to spare. Aside from TBS, you can rent or buy the movie on Amazon Instant Video, iTunes and YouTube.

Posted By: Pawan Lubana on Tuesday, 24 December 2013

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