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AGAR WANITA TERANGSANG DAN PUAS PAYUDARA DIHISAP

Thursday, December 29, 2011

Cara agar wanita terangsang dan puas saat payudara di hisap,  Menikmati Payudara Agar Wanita Puas atau TipsMenikmati Payudara Agar WanitaPuas Memang semua laki-laki normal pasti suka bermain-main dengan buah dada atau payudara pasangannya. Memulai pemanasan dengan memainkan payudara memberikan kenikmatan tersendiri baik bagi pihak pria maupun pasangannya. Mencium, menjilat, melumat dan menghisap payudara pasangan merupakan sensasi tersendiri yang tentunya hanya Anda dan pasangan saja yang bisa merasakannya.
 Hanya saja memainkan payudara diperlukan keahlian tersendiri. Selain hal di atas, ada banyak hal yang bisa Anda lakukan pada payudara pasangan Anda. Alangkah sedih pasangan Anda jika anda tidak bisa atau tidak mengetahui trik yang benar dalam memainkan payudaranya.
 Langkah pertama bisa anda mulai dengan meraba sambil sesekali meremas payudaranya. Lakukan dengan gerakan memutar. Anda juga bisa sesekali menciumi payudaranya sambil membisikan kata-kata pujian akan keindahan atau kekencangan payudara pasangan Anda. Ingat wanita sangat suka mendapatkan pujian dari pasangannya. Pujian Anda bisa membuatnya semakin bernafsu dan terangsang.
 Hal selanjutnya yang bisa Anda lakukan adalah dengan menjilati puting susunya. Sentuh bagian ujung putingnya dengan lidah Anda. Lakukan dengan pelan dan lembut. Basahi bagian puting dan sekitarnya dengan air liur anda dan bayangkan anda tengah menikmati es krim yang sangat lezat dengan lidah dan bibir Anda.
 Dalam kondisi basah puting susu akan terasa "hangat". Lalu mainkan lidah Anda pada puting ke kiri, ke kanan, serong sana serong sini. Hal ini pasti akan membuat pasangan Anda mengeliat karena nikmat yang tidak  >>>>>>

Motor Baru Suzuki Next 110 pesaing Beat dan Mio

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

BARU skuter Suzuki Nex 110 resmi diluncurkan Indomobil Suzuki Penjualan (SIS) pada tanggal 15 Desember 2011 dengan harga terbaik 12,35 Juta On The Jakarta Jalan menurut Mr Paulus Firmanto telah menargetkan orang-orang muda 17-19 tahun, pelajar dan mahasiswa, trendi, dan gaul, lihat Suzuki Nex 110 target adalah pengendara pemula yang membuat Nex sebagai sepeda motor pertama mereka, tetapi apakah motor ini cocok untuk pengendara pemula? Sebelum menganalisis, mari kita simak Profil Fisik Suzuki Nex 110 sebagai Suzuki diberikan dalam presentasi yang kami dapatkan secara eksklusif dari Indonesia web
Moto Nex suzuki 110 "siapa pun bisa naik"

Motor untuk pengendara pemula harus memiliki ground clearance rendah, juga suzuki membuat motor yang mereka katakan skuter itu siapa pun bisa naik, seat height 735 mm cukup rendah. 


Untuk memaksimalkan daya dan efisiensi bahan bakar, Suzuki Nex 110 yang diklaim mencapai 70 km / liter saat dipacu konstan, Suzuki menggunakan upaya untuk meminimalkan gesekan di mesin Suzuki Nex 110, cara menggunakan TPS, ring piston dan crankshaft, dan menggunakan lengan rocker rol, Suzuki mengklaim untuk Nex 110 sebagai Scooter pertama di ASEAN yang menggunakan lengan rocker rol, ia juga menambahkan CVT desain baru sistem sabuk yang mendukung efisiensi bahan bakar

 Selain memaksimalkan daya, cara lain untuk membawa kekuatan untuk Timbang Rasio tinggi adalah dengan menggunakan tips meminimalkan berat motor, menurut Suzuki mereka mencoba untuk mengurangi berat badan dalam setiap komponen skuter ini seperti sasis, mufler, Brake cakram yang ringan, bentuk minimalis pelek, sampai cover bodi plastik juga dicari ringan. mudah-mudahan Berguna     

ulasan dari triatmono.wordpress.com Dari sisi power skutik Suzuki Nex punya power 9.38HP pada 8800RPM… lebih powerful ketimbang Honda Beat yang sekitar 8.22HP maupun Yamaha Mio yang sebesar 8.35HP …!!! Demikian juga mengenai torsi Suzuki Nex diklaim mempunyai torsi terbesar sekitar 8.7Nm pada 6500RPM, melebihi Honda Beat sebesar 7.84Nm danYamaha Mio sekitar 7.84Nm …!!! Power dan torsi besar tadi masih diikuti dengan bobot yang ringan sehingga power-to-weight ratio nya menjadi lebih tinggi …!!! Berat Suzuki Nex sekitar  87kg, lebih ringan ketimbangHonda Beat 89kg dan Yamaha Mio dengan berat 92 kg …!!!

Nggak mau kalah soal irit… klaim pabrikan menyatakan Suzuki Nex lebih irit… dimana ia sanggup menempuh jarak 52 km/liter,… lebih irit ketimbangHonda Beat yang mencapai jarak 45 km/liter… dan Yamaha Mio yang mencapai 40 km/liter …!!! Waaagh… ini sama juga sudah siap menempuh red ocean war… !!! Last… but not least… selain faktor diatas… yang menjadiconcern konsumen adalah masalah design… dan faktor intangible lainnya …!!! Jika ada waktu juragan akan bahas menggunakan ROndO matrix… bagaimana posisi Suzuki Nex di kancah perskutikan… entry level Indonesia …!!! Monggo di share pendapat bro semua… dan semua paparan diatas ada sumbernya… !!!


HTML5 and the software engineer

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

HTML5 appears to have a number of benefits for consumers and car manufacturers. But what is often good for the goose is not necessarily good for the developer. Talking to the guys in the trenches is critical to understanding the true viability of HTML5.

Andy Gryc and Sheridan Ethier, manager of the automotive development team at QNX, pair up for a technical discussion on HTML5. They explore whether this new technology can support rich user interfaces, how HTML5 apps can be blended with apps written in OpenGL, and if interprocess communication can be implemented between native and web-based applications.

So without further ado, here’s the latest in the educational series of HTML5 videos from QNX.



This interview of Sheridan Ethier is the third in a series from QNX on HTML5.

Is HTML5 a good gamble?

Monday, December 19, 2011

As the consumer and automotive worlds continue to collide, HTML5 looks like a good bet. And not a long shot either. In fact, the odds are all automakers will eventually use it. But since the standard won’t be mature for some time yet, should you take a chance on it now? 

To answer this, Andy Gryc talks to Matthew Staikos of RIM. Matthew is the manager of the browser and web platform group at RIM, and has over 10 years of software development experience with a strong focus on WebKit for mobile and embedded systems. Matthew co-founded Torch Mobile, which was acquired by RIM for their browser technology.

Andy’s conversation with Matthew is the subject of the following video, the second in an educational series designed to get an industry-wide perspective on HTML5. 




This interview of Matthew Staikos is the second in a series from QNX on HTML5.

What’s HTML5 got to do with automotive?

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

There’s been a lot of noise lately about HTML5. A September 2011 report by binvisions shows that search engines and social media web sites are leading the way toward adoption: Google, Facebook, YouTube, Wikipedia, Twitter, and plenty more have already transitioned to HTML5. Some are taking it even further: Facebook has an HTML5 Resource Center for developers and the Financial Times has a mobile HTML5 version of their website.

It won’t be long before HTML5 is ubiquitous. We think automakers should (and will) use it. 

To elucidate the technology and its relevance, we’ve created a series of educational videos on the topic. Here is the first in that series. Interviews with partners, customers, and industry gurus will soon follow. 



This simple overview is the first in a series from QNX on HTML5. (Personally I like the ending the best.)

Seamless connectivity is for more than online junkies

Thursday, December 8, 2011

As much as I’m not always enamored with sitting behind a computer all day, I find being off the grid annoying. Remember this email joke?

    You know you’re an online junkie when you:
    • wake up at 3:00 am to go to the bathroom and stop to check your email on the way back to bed
    • rarely communicate with your mother because she doesn’t have email
    • check your inbox. It says ‘no new messages,’ so you check it again 

Even though this joke circulated several years ago, it still strikes a chord. The big difference now is that there’s no longer a subculture of ‘online junkies.’ From the time we wake up in the morning to the time we go to bed, we all want to be connected — and that includes when we get behind the wheel. So to this joke I would add:

    • resent driving because it means going off the grid

At QNX, we’re working toward a seamless experience where people can enjoy the same connectivity whether they’re texting their spouse from the mall or checking traffic reports while driving down the highway. See what I mean:



For more information about the technology described in this video, visit the QNX website.
 

Video: The secret to making hands-free noise-free

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

 
Explaining a highly technical product to a broad audience is tough. To succeed, you must reach out to people on their own terms, without being condescending. Most people love a good explanation, but everyone hates being talked down to.

Case in point: The QNX Acoustic Processing Suite. This software runs in millions of cars and offers a benefit that everyone can relate to: clear, rich, easy-to-understand hands-free calls. But once you start explaining how the suite does this, it's easy to get mired in technical jargon and to forget the bigger picture — something that even a technical audience wants to see.

So we dropped the jargon and opted for a creative approach. It involves a marching band, a rock guitarist, and, for good measure, an electric fan with a really long extension cord. Seriously.

Intrigued yet? Well, then, grab some popcorn and dim the lights:




Interested in learning more about this technology? Check out the acoustic processing page on the QNX website.

BTW, companies that use the QNX Acoustic Processing Suite in their products include OnStar, whose FMV aftermarket mirror recently won a CES Innovations Design and Engineering Award.

Posted by Paul Leroux
 

Brand exposure

QNX has a knack for turning up where I least expect it. Sometimes, I'm even surprised by how our technology partners use it — and I head up strategic alliances at QNX Software Systems. In this case, at least, I can claim ignorance based on distance.

Last week, Tokyo Weekender published a story on Freescale Japan from the perspective of David Uze, the company’s president. Anyone who has had the pleasure of meeting David knows he’s super passionate about his mission. And arguably, it must be a challenging one, for the market in Japan has a long history of being dominated by national silicon suppliers. But, from an automotive perspective, recent consolidations of some of those suppliers, along with the trend towards standardized architectures, have opened the door for companies like Freescale.

The article talks about Freescale’s planned expansion in Japan, recovery from the earthquake, the advantages of being a global company, and the Freescale Cup, a robotics competition for university students that will be launched in Japan next year.

This, for me, is David’s most interesting comment:

    “The reason I believe we must focus on Japan is because it is the most macro-economically focused culture in the world. Japan is the only country I know of where companies routinely create 50 -year plans to ensure they are a strong economic force in the long term.”

I find this incredible, especially if it applies to high-tech companies. Most would struggle with a concise 5-year plan, let alone 50!

But back to QNX. If you look at the article's opening photo (see below), you'll a car emblazoned with the logos of several Freescale suppliers, including a QNX logo that appears right below the Freescale wordmark. The QNX logo also appears in another photo, on a banner hanging above the head of Freescale CEO Rich Breyers, as he addresses the crowd at an FTF event.

Talk about international brand exposure! Thanks, David!

Henry ford biography

Monday, December 5, 2011

About henry ford biography



 

About Henry Ford, he  was born on July 30, 1863.  Biography, he entered the school at the age of 5 years by his mother. When will depart he must jogged toward the school is approximately 2 ½ miles was. And with the same distance back home in the dark has gone down, get home. That way he should bring lunch from home to eat lunch at school. Three years later he was transferred to another school by their parents but still within the same distance.

Ever since I was little Henry has put great attention to the various machines. This is very worrisome fatherWilliam Fordwanted his son would become a farmer or a large and successful trader because he himself is a descendant of a farmer. However, Henry is not interested in agriculture. His passion for machines that often make it hard sometimes, because he had to fight the will of his father. One day a farmer came to school with. He complained to the teacher at the school, and told several people about the behavior of school pupils. They are led by Henry to stem a small river running through farm fields have been farmers.

The dam resulted in the flow of the river to a standstill and resulted in flooding. The teacher immediately turned around and said to Henry, "What kind of work it, Henry?" His teacher asked indignantly. "Why?" Hendry said without indifference, "We did not do anything and flooded fields, We just built a dam to stem the water to conduct experiments for milling coffee waterwheel. You can see how powerful a tool it works ". Henry said in evasion.

Henry ford biography

Teacher was angry and punish Henry. Then told the other disciples, "You must learn to respect the community, and help him. Do not I always tell so every time you going home? (Annoyance is the teacher's spoken to console the farmers who get angry earlier. But he was interested in the work already done by his students). >>

Pimp your ride with augmented reality — Part II

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Last week, I introduced you to some cool examples of augmented reality, or AR, and stated that AR can help drivers deal with the burgeoning amount of information in the car.

Now that we’ve covered the basics, let’s look at some use-cases for both drivers and passengers. Remember, though, that these examples are just a taste — the possibilities for integrating AR into the car are virtually endless.



AR for the driver
When it comes to drivers, AR will focus on providing information while reducing distraction. Already, some vehicles use AR to overlay the vehicle trajectory onto a backup camera display, allowing the driver to gauge where the car is headed. Some luxury cars go one step further and overlay lane markings or hazards in the vehicle display.

Expect even more functionality in the future. In the case of a backup camera, the display might take advantage of 3D technology, allowing you to see, for example, that a skateboard is closer than the post you are backing towards. And then there is GM's prototype heads-up system, which, in dark or foggy conditions, can project lane edges onto the windshield or highlight people crossing the road up ahead:



AR can be extremely powerful while keeping distraction to a minimum. Take destination search, for example. You could issue the verbal command, “Take me to a Starbucks on my route. I want to see their cool AR cups”. The nav system could then overlay a subtle route guidance over the road with a small Starbucks logo that gets bigger as you approach your destination. The logo could then hover over the building when you arrive.

You'll no longer have to wonder if your destination is on the right or left, or if your nav system is correct when it says, “You have arrived at your destination.” The answer will be right in front of you.

AR for the passenger
So what about the passenger? Well, you could easily apply AR to side windows and allow passengers to learn more about the world around them, a la Wikitude. Take, for example, this recent video from Toyota, which represents one of the best examples of how AR could make long road trips less tedious and more enjoyable:


 

QNX-based nav system helps Ford SUVs stay on course down under

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Paul Leroux
This just in: SWSA, a leading electronics supplier to the Australian automotive industry, and NNG, the developer of the award-winning iGO navigation software, have created a QNX-based navigation system for Ford Australia. The new system has been deployed in Ford Territory SUVs since June of this year.

To reduce driver distraction, the system offers a simplified user interface and feature set. And, to provide accurate route guidance, the system uses data from an internal gyroscope and an external traffic message channel, as well as standard GPS signals. Taking the conditions of local roads into account, the software provides a variety of alerts and speed-camera warnings; it also offers route guidance in Australian English.

The navigation system is based on the iGO My way Engine, which runs in millions of navigation devices worldwide. To read NNG's press release, click here.


SWSA's new nav system for the Ford Territory is based on the Freescale
i.MX31L processor, QNX Neutrino RTOS, and iGO My way Engine.

 

QNX-powered OnStar FMV drives home with CES Innovation award

Sunday, November 27, 2011


Paul Leroux
This just in: The OnStar FMV aftermarket mirror, which brings the safety and security features of OnStar to non-GM vehicles, has won a coveted CES Innovations Design and Engineering Award.

To clinch this award, a product must impress an independent panel of industrial designers, engineers, and trade journalists. Speaking of impressions, it seems that OnStar FMV also made a hit with the folks at CNET, because they've chosen it as one of their Top Holiday Shopping Picks for 2011.

As you may have guessed, OnStar FMV uses QNX Neutrino as its OS platform. It also uses the QNX acoustic processing suite, which filters out noise and echo to make hands-free conversations clear and easy to follow. The suite includes cool features like bandwidth extension, which extends the narrow-band hands-free signal frequency range to deliver speech that is warm and natural, as well as intelligible.

Have time for a video? If so, here's a fun look at FMV's features, including stolen vehicle recovery, automatic crash response, turn-by-turn navigation, hands-free calling, and one-touch emergency calling:


 

Listen to the music

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

The audio CD is on its last track... Internet radio, anyone?

I don’t think anyone will disagree with me when I say that music still represents the most important element in an infotainment system. Just look at the sound system capabilities in new cars. Base systems today have at least 6 speakers, while systems from luxury brands like Audi and BMW boast up to 16 speakers and almost 1000 watts of amplification.

For nearly as long as I can remember, cars have come with CD players. For many years they’ve provided a simple way to take your music on the road. But nothing lasts forever.

Earlier this year, Ford announced it would discontinue CD players in many of its vehicle models. Some industry pundits have predicted that CD players will have no place in cars in model year 2015 and beyond. A few weeks ago, Side-Line Music Magazine reported that major labels plan to abandon the CD format as early as 2012. This revelation has created a flurry of activity on the Net, but the labels have yet to confirm it’s true.

Steady decline
The fact is, CD sales have declined steadily for the last several years, down 16 percent in 2010 alone. Digital downloads (the legal kind), on the other hand, have been growing quickly and are expected to exceed CD sales for the first time in 2012.

Where does that leave us in the car? Obviously, media device integration will be key in the coming years. QNX Software Systems has long supported Apple iPod integration and supported Microsoft’s ill-fated Zune for a while. USB connectivity is a given, and soon you’ll be able to stream music from your phone.

Radio redefined
The QNX-powered Toyota Entune system 
supports both Pandora and iHeartRadio.
But what’s more exciting is how radio is evolving in the vehicle. Along with the steering wheel, radio has been a staple of car pretty much since day one. As the connected vehicle moves to the mainstream, internet radio will become a huge part of the automotive experience.

Companies like Slacker extend the concept of radio beyond audio to include artist bios, album art, photos, reviews, and more. Pandora, through its work with the Music Genome Project, expands the musical experience by playing songs it predicts you will appreciate. iHeartRadio aggregates American radio stations for replay throughout the US. TuneIn takes it one further with a global view. Driving down highway 101 in California, you’ll be able to tune in all your favorites from around the world.

Beyond entertainment
These services are changing the way people consume music. Today, I rely on my car radio not only to entertain but also to educate by constantly exposing me to new artists and content. Internet radio in the car will expand my horizons even further. And as online music stores like 7Digital integrate their service with the internet radio stations, I’ll be able to download the song I just heard at the push of a button. Not good for CD sales, but it seems that’s the way of the future anyway.

We are, of course, working with the leaders in internet radio and online music services to bring them to a car near you.
 

Pimp your ride with augmented reality — Part I

Monday, November 21, 2011

The use of electronics is exploding in automotive. Just last week, Intel proclaimed that the connected car “is the third-fastest growing technological device, following smartphones and tablets.”

Ten years ago, you’d be hard-pressed to find a 32-bit processor in your car. Now, some cars have 4 or more 32 bitters: one in the radio, another in the telematics module, yet another in the center display, and still another in the rear-seat system.

Heck, in newer cars, you’ll even find one in the digital instrument cluster — the QNX-powered cluster in the Range Rover, for example. Expect to see a similar demand for more compute power in engine control units, drive-by-wire systems, and heads-up displays.


The Range Rover cluster displays virtual speedometers and gauges, as well as warnings, suspension settings, and other info, all on a dynamically configurable display.

What do most of these systems have in common? The need to process tons of information, from both inside and outside of the vehicle, and to present key elements of that data in a safe, contextually relevant, and easy-to-digest fashion.

The next generation of these systems will be built on the following principles:

  • Fully integrated cockpits — Vehicle manufacturers see system consolidation as a way to cut costs and reduce complexity, as well as to share information between vehicle systems. For instance, your heads-up display could discreetly let you know who is calling you, without forcing you to take your eyes off of the road. And it could do this even if the smarts integrating your phone and your car reside in another cockpit component — the telematics module, say.
     
  • Augmented reality — With all of the data being generated from phones, cloud content services and, perhaps more importantly, the vehicle itself, presenting the right information at the right time in a safe way will become a major challenge. This is where augmented reality comes in.

Augmented reality is a cool use of cameras, GPS, and data to create smart applications that overlay a virtual world on top of the real world. Here are some of my favorite examples:

AR Starbucks cups — Use your phone to make your coffee cup come alive:



AR Starwars — Blast the rebel alliance squirrels!



AR postage stamp — Add a new dimension (literally) to an everyday object:



And here are a couple more for good measure:

AR ray gun — Blast aliens around the house!

Wikitude AR web browser — Explore the world around you while overlaying social networks, images, video, reviews, statistics, etc.

Stay tuned for my next post, where I will explore how AR could enhance the driving experience for both drivers and passengers — Andrew.
 

I've always wondered about Android support...

Friday, November 18, 2011

My colleague Jeff Schaffer sent me this link, which gives an interesting analysis of Android support on various devices.

Clearly, it's pretty tough to stay on top of the Android release game. One very good reason for car makers to be wary, as they'll be bound to move even slower than handset makers.

Is Better to buy a used car vs a new car

There are many reasons to buy a new car, but, there are also many reasons to buy a used car. It used to be that buying a used car was going to result in a car that would just get you from point A to point B. The radio probably did not work and the handles were loose if not falling off. You may want to know why it is better to buy a used car vs a new car.

This is not the case anymore. Buying a used car can be a more than satisfactory experience. Used cars in these days are much better than they used to be with improved performance, and there are much better selections than ever before. But the main reason that people still get them is because of their price. They are just so much less expensive that new ones.

Price is a huge factor in buying a used car. Of course, whenever you decide to buy a car, the price is going to be the biggest factor. Will you be able to afford it without too much strain on the bank account or not is the question you will face. Used cars are typically thousands of dollars less than new cars. If your budget does not allow for a new car, then used is the way to go for you.

Now, used cars get treated very well by dealers. Dealers know that when a used car comes in, they can fix it up and inspect it to make sure they get the most money for their deal. Used car dealers have certification programs that show you that the car you are looking at has not only been inspected, it has been tuned up and repaired, if needed. http://autocarsauto.tk

Ford Fiesta ST Concept LA at Auto show


If your Auto Car, Ford Fiesta, Ford ST , Ford Concept, LA Auto show facts are out-of-date, how will that affect your actions and decisions? Make certain you don't let important Auto Car, Ford Fiesta, Ford ST , Ford Concept, LA Auto show information slip by you.

If you're wondering about the future of Ford powertrains, the 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show and the 2013 Ford Escape should provide all the clues you need. The entry-level crossover features a pair of EcoBoost four-cylinder engines and exactly zero V6 options.

Ford Fiesta ST Concept LA Auto show Have you ever wondered what exactly is up with Auto Car, Ford Fiesta, Ford ST , Ford Concept, LA Auto show? This informative report can give you an insight into everything you've ever wanted to know about Auto Car, Ford Fiesta, Ford ST , Ford Concept, LA Auto show. The smallest EcoBoost displaces only 1.6 liters, and promises terrific fuel economy and performance. That engine is the thriftiest engine in the Escape, but what if that engine were to reside under the hood of something much smaller? That's where the Fiesta ST Concept comes into play. The performance-oriented Fiesta is on display at the Ford exhibit in LA, and though it's a showcar for now, this B-segment hatch looks production ready.

Ford claims that in this application, the 1.6-liter EcoBoost delivers 180 horsepower and 177 pound-feet of torque - a whopping 60 more ponies than the naturally aspirated 1.6 featured in the garden-variety production Fiesta. Given that the base Fiesta is only 2,600 pounds, we're guessing 180 horsepower is more than enough punch to turn the Fiesta into one heck of a fun ride.

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