Willow Smith 'Whip My Hair' obsession


Willow Smith has created a lot of buzz with the release of her new music video for "Whip My Hair." The 9-year-old daughter of Will and Jada Pinkett Smith, Willow has created a virtual phenomenon with her upbeat tune. Garnering over 1.6 million views on Youtube within two days, the song is creating a frenzy among people of all ages.

Even stars like Kim Kardashian, Snooki and Perez Hilton have caught the Willow Smith bug.

On Tuesday, Kim tweeted about her new love for the pint-sized singer: "Willow Smith is so beautiful!!!! I'm kind of obsessed with her!"

MTV reality star Snooki has also found the song and new dance craze contagious. On Tuesday, she raved: "Almost broke my neck whippin my hair back and fourth. Ill leave the dance to willow ..."

Even celebrity blogger Perez Hilton has jumped on board the Willow Smith train. He even created his own video for the "Whip My Hair" dance stating: "I've been whipping my hair for 5 and a half weeks now!"

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Microsoft chief software architect Ray Ozzie to step down

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Ray Ozzie, Microsoft's chief software architect and the executive responsible for pushing the company into the cloud, plans to step down, Microsoft said on Monday.

Ozzie is retiring from Microsoft with no immediate plans following his departure, CEO Steve Ballmer wrote in a memo to employees that the company posted on its Web site.


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Indian offshoring giant Infosys boosts U.S. hiring

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Infosys Technologies says it will hire 1,000 U.S. workers to increase its ability to provide consulting and management services to its clients, an area of increasing importance for the India-based offshoring giant.

Infosys on Friday reported $1.5 billion in revenue for the quarter, an increase of nearly 30 percent from the same quarter last year. North America accounts for nearly 66 percent of its revenue.



Ashok Vemuri, SVP and global head of banking and capital markets, said that most of the growth is from existing clients, although it added 13 new accounts in the American market in the most recent quarter, including two Fortune 500 firms.

Vemuri said businesses have a backlog of projects and are now making "a release of dollars, if you will," to move the projects ahead.

But Vemuri told Computerworld that the company's revenue gains were related to customer acceptance of its increasing capabilities beyond application support and maintenance to management consulting, process and project management and product development.

The company has somewhere in the range of 14,000 to 15,000 workers in the U.S., but it does not break out the number of workers in this total by either citizens and permanent residents or those on a temporary work visa. Infosys is one of the largest users of H-1B visas.

Infosys operates on a model whereby roughly 30 percent of the client services are delivered on-site and the balance offshore. The goal of hiring 1,000 U.S. workers was set at the start of the fiscal year in April.

Specifically, the company is seeking people with architectural skills, as well as program managers, those with experience in large application migrations, cloud development, and product development, said Vemuri.

Infosys employs about 122,500 worldwide. It increased its workforce by 7,650 employers in the most revenue quarter.

Offshore firms may have to increase U.S. hiring if Congress approves a so-called 50-50 rule, which would limit the number of workers on H-1B or L-1 visas to half of a firm's total U.S. head count.

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Closer Look on the HTC HD2 Kickstand

We mentioned about the official Kickstand accessory coming to the HTC HD 2 along with a battery attached to it, some time back and also gave an alternative of making your own PocketPC phone stand for just a dollar. Here’s some clear picture on the original one.

Interesting HTC has reduced the price for this stand maybe after they got enlightened that when people could build their own stand for a dollar, why would they invest in another 85 dollars. So now after a 20 dollar price cut, the final rate is still high at 55 USD but don’t forget that it includes an extra battery along with it.

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Confirmed Details about Windows Mobile 7

As the Mobile World Congress is approaching very fast, some details about the most discussed Windows Mobile 7 has been out in the media through sneaky webmasters.

With no doubt, we’re sure with the unveil of Windows Mobile 7 at the MWC in Barcelona on 15th of this month. According to all the leaked information till now, here’s what they are in aggregate.

Windows Mobile 7 will feature a UI similar to the Zune HD and is derived from codename “METRO”The Home Screen will not support any Touch Flo or non-Sense interfaces and will have an all new lookWill include Silverlight 3.0 with some features of SL 4.0 specially made for Windows Mobiles.Applications can now only be installed via Windows Mobile Marketplace with Try before you Buy option enabled sooner.No inclusion of Multitasking and has a new push notification feature hosted by Microsoft.Browser is based on IE7 with some features of IE8 which leads to faster browsing than in iPhoneFull Zune and Xbox 360 integrationZune software will handle all syncing. No more active sync or Windows Mobile Device centreFull support for social networkingNo .NET Compact Framework backwards compatibilityNo flash support as time constraints prevented its inclusionExpected to ship by September 2010

The above given info satisfies the long time heard Zune Phone, even if it is not clear that Zune Phone is the next generation of Windows Mobile. If the above mentioned details are true, the Zune Phone will include the Windows Mobile7.


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