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The LG 42PX5D is the new arrival of high definition technology TV. These PX5 series have high resolution panel with digital connectivity capable for displaying HD content from broadcast signals. This LG 42PX5D Plasma TV provides integrated Freeview technology and standard analog tuners with a stylish glossy look.
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A dimension as such is very difficult to conceptualize or visualize, apart from the space-time dimension. A clearer understanding of it can be got from the knowledge of higher mathematics. If you consider a room to be a dimension (other than space-time), the space comprising of that dimension is curled to such a great extent that if you walk through a wall on the left, you immediately come back into the room through the right wall. If you consider this room shrunken into a very small size that compacts entity is a dimension. Well, the explanation may not sound satisfactory, but a bit of research on string theory may yield better answers. But till now all the other dimensions are understood mathematically only.
Scientists try to join macro and micro, quanta and relative theory, but, what is our Universe? What is it made? Where is it from? To where will we go to? These questions worried the civilization since then anxiety age, between Greek people, like Socrates, platinum, amativeness and others. Otherwise, the answer for all questions about universe is in Biology either. Our universe was born like a zigotum of a human embryo. Like constantly mitoses, the universe material and energy expand, growing up. Do you remember the odyssey 2001? There is the answer...our universe is part of a macro organism. Black holes are like an epidermis way out...
64. Thrice divorced, remarried; two children
53. Married, three children
Software visionary regains title as the world's richest man despite losing $18 billion in the past 12 months. Stepped down from day-to-day duties at Microsoft last summer to devote his talents and riches to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Organization's assets were $30 billion in January; annual letter lauds endowment manager Michael Larson for limiting last year's losses to 20%. Gates decided to increase donations in 2009 to $3.8 billion, up 15% from 2008. Dedicated to fighting hunger in developing countries, improving education in America's high schools and developing vaccines against malaria, tuberculosis and AIDS. Appointed Microsoft Office veteran Jeffrey Raikes chief executive of Gates Foundation in September. Gates remains Microsoft chairman. Sells shares each quarter, redeploys proceeds via investment vehicle Cascade; more than half of fortune invested outside Microsoft. Stock down 45% in past 12 months. "Creative capitalist" wants companies to match profit making with doing good.
Thursday, April 2, 2009
BlackBerry, the renowned mobile phone manufacture always comes up with quality mobile phones to impress their customers. This mobile phone never let you down. It incorporates the latest technologies to impress their customers.
This Blackberry Pearl Flip 8220 mobile phone got high resolution internal display of 240 x 320 pixels with a colour transmissive TFT LCD. The External display has 128 x 160 resolution. You can select the font size as per your preference and it has light sensing screen too.
Camera and Video Recording
This mobile phone got 2.0 MP camera with flash and digital zoom. By inserting the MicroSD card you can easiy utilize the Video camera to satisfy memory requirements. Your interactions with this mobile phone become easy with the help of the Trackball, QWERTY keyboard and the Keyboard backlighting. It integrates Built-in speaker phone and earpiece microphone. This mobile phone is pre loaded with the BlackBerry Maps.
The Media player integrated in this mobile phone capable to play the video files and it supports various audio formats. It supports Polyphonic and MP3 ringtones. The Bluetooth facility of this mobile phone makes data trasfer becomes an easy job.
This Blackberry bluetooth mobile phone comes with the dimensions of 3.98” (H) x 1..97” (W) x 0.69” (D) and it weighs 102 grams. The Battery provides 4 hours talk time and 14 days standby time.
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73. Divorced, remarried; three children
Railway worker's son started as a gofer in a shirt store. With then wife Rosalia Mera, also now a billionaire, started making dressing gowns and lingerie in their living room. Business became one of world's most successful apparel manufacturers. Today Inditex has more than 4,000 stores in 71 countries. Sales: $12.3 billion. Ortega is chairman. Company exported its cheap chic Zara stores to four new markets last year: Ukraine, South Korea, Montenegro and Honduras. Stock up 1% in past 12 months, but fortune down because of weak euro. Also has personal investments in gas, tourism, banks and real estate. Owns properties in Madrid, Spain; Paris; London; and Lisbon, Portugal; plus a luxury hotel and apartment complex in Miami, a horse-jumping circuit and an interest in a soccer league. Shuns neckties and fanfare. Daughter Marta works for Inditex; recent speculation suggests she is being groomed to eventually replace her father.
51. Married, three children
Oversees Reliance Industries, India's most valuable company by market cap, despite stock falling 40% in past year. Merging his Reliance Petroleum with flagship Reliance Industries. As part of deal, will exercise right to buy back Chevron's 5% stake in Reliance Petroleum at $1.2 per share--the same price at which he sold it three years ago. Today the stock trades for $1.80 a share. Increased stake in Reliance Industries last October; paid $3.4 billion to convert 120 million preferential warrants into shares. Reliance Petroleum refinery on India's western coast began operating in December despite falling global demand and declining margins. Late father Dhirubhai founded Reliance and built it into a massive conglomerate. After he died, Mukesh and his brother, Anil, ran the family business together for a brief time. But siblings feuded over control; mother eventually brokered split of assets. Brothers may be looking to bury hatchet; played joint hosts at mother's recent 75th birthday bash. Has yet to move into his 27-story home that he's building at a reported cost of $1 billion. Ardent fan of Bollywood films. Wife, Nita, oversees school named after his father.
Worth : $19.3 billion
69. Widowed, six children
Economic downturn and plunging peso shaved $25 billion from the fortune of Latin America's richest man. Global recession testing his ability to live up to the principles he sets for his employees: "Maintain austerity in times of fat cows." Son of a Lebanese immigrant bought fixed-line operator Telefonos de Mexico (Telmex) in 1990; now controls 90% of Mexico's telephone landlines. Would be a billionaire based on his dividends alone. Biggest holding: $16 billion stake in America Movil, Latin America's largest mobile phone company, with 173 million customers. America Movil and Telmex reportedly planning to jointly invest $4 billion to bolster telecom infrastructure in Latin America. Buying up cheap media, energy and retail assets. Last year took stakes in New York Times Co., former billionaire Anthony O'Reilly's Independent News & Media and Bronco Drilling; also increased position in Saks. Baseball statistics aficionado, art collector.
87. Married, two children
Runs discount supermarket group Aldi Nord; firm holding up amid economic downturn. Sales expected to hit $31 billion in 2008. After World War II he and older brother Karl transformed their mother's corner grocery into Aldi. Brothers split ownership in 1961; Karl took the stores in southern Germany, plus the rights to the brand in the U.K., Australia and the U.S. Theo got the northern Germany stores and the rest of Europe. Unable to operate Aldi stores in U.S., Theo developed discount food store Trader Joe's; now has more than 320 U.S. stores. Also owns stake in Supervalu. Became a recluse after being kidnapped for 17 days in 1971; said to collect old typewriters, loves golf
78. Widowed, remarried; three children
Last year America's most beloved investor was the world's richest man. This year he has to settle for second place after losing $25 billion in 12 months. Shares of Berkshire Hathaway down 45% since last March. Injected billions of dollars into Goldman Sachs, General Electric in exchange for preferred stock last fall; propped up insurance firm Swiss Re in February with $2.6 billion infusion. Admits he made some "dumb" investment mistakes in 2008. Upbeat about America's future: "Our economic system has worked extraordinarily well over time. It has unleashed human potential as no other system has, and it will continue to do so." Scoffs at Wall Street's over-reliance on "history-based" models: "If merely looking up past financial data would tell you what the future holds, the Forbes 400 would consist of librarians." Son of Nebraska politician delivered newspapers as a boy. Filed first tax return at age 13, claiming $35 deduction for bicycle. Studied under value investing guru Benjamin Graham at Columbia. Took over textile firm Berkshire Hathaway 1965. Today holding company invested in insurance (GEICO, General Re), jewelry (Borsheim's), utilities (MidAmerican Energy), food (Dairy Queen, See's Candies). Also has noncontrolling stakes in Anheuser-Busch, Coca-Cola, Wells Fargo
89. Married, two children
Germany's richest person owns discount supermarket giant Aldi Sud. Retailer faring well amid economic downturn; analysts expect its 2008 sales to be up 9.4% to $33.7 billion. Sales in the U.S. up estimated 20% last year to $7 billion. Plans to open 75 U.S. stores in 2009, including first in New York City. With younger brother, Theo, transformed their mother's corner grocery store into Aldi after World War II. Brothers split ownership in 1961; Karl took the stores in southern Germany, plus the rights to the brand in the U.K., Australia and the U.S. Theo got northern Germany and the rest of Europe. Retired from daily operations. Fiercely private: little known about him other than that he apparently raises orchids and plays golf.
83. Divorced, remarried; four children
Peddled matches, fish, pens, Christmas cards and other items by bicycle as a teenager. Started selling furniture in 1947. Opened first Ikea store 50 years ago; store's name is a combination of initials of his first and last name, his family farm and the nearest village. Retired in 1986; company's "senior adviser" still reportedly works tirelessly on his brand. Discount retailer now sells 9,500 items in 36 countries; prints catalog in 27 languages. Revenues up 7% to $27.4 billion in fiscal-year 2008. Opened 10th store in China this February; planning to open first in Dominican Republic later this year. Three sons all work at the company. Thrifty entrepreneur flies economy class, frequents cheap restaurants and furnishes his home mostly with Ikea products.