Monthly Archives: June 2008

Toshiba Release World’s Lightest’ Laptop

Toshiba on 17 Jun launched a new ultraportable laptop that it claims is the world’s lightest, putting it in argument with vendors including Apple and Lenovo. The company said the full-featured Portégé R500-S5007V weighs just 2.4 pounds (1.08 kilograms), compared to Apple’s MacBook Air, which weighs 3 pounds, and Lenovo’s ThinkPad X300, which weighs around… Read More »

Armed Force Controls Food Prices In Zimbabwe

The unfair ZANU PF sponsored youth brigade has been deployed in suburbs in and around Zimbabwe’s capital, Harare where they are powerfully reducing food prices. Zimbabwe Militia The youth militia, armed with baton sticks and whips are targeting supermarkets, shops and parallel market traders, in which they order the selling of goods at very unfairly… Read More »

Economy of Asia During 1945-1990

Following World War II, the People’s Republic of China and India, which account for half of the population of Asia, adopted socialist policies. These policies limited the economic growth of the region. In contrast, the economies of superiors Japan, South Korea and the other tigers Taiwan, Singapore, and Hong Kong–were economic successes, and the only… Read More »

Dangerous foods to Dogs

Some foods commonly enjoyed by humans are dangerous to dogs: Some dogs love to eat the flavor chocolate, but chocolate in sufficient doses is lethally toxic to dogs. Because chocolate have the Theobromine, a chemical stimulant that, together with caffeine and theophylline, belongs to the group of methylxanthine alkaloids. So keep away this food from… Read More »