KINDLE FIRE , the first Tablet launched by Amazon will be ready for shipping from November 15 2011. This tablet runs a highly modified version of Android. Being primarily a device for reading books, consuming Amazon audio and video content and web content through a special hosting service, it supports file formats Kindle(AZW),pdf,mobi,doc,jpg,mp3,mp4, and more.CPU is 1GHz dual core,8 GB storage, 512 MB RAM it has a battery which allows 8hrs reading / 7.5hrs video.7.5x4.7x.45 inches - that's all to be a cute palm top. Posted: November 14 2011 < div dir="ltr" style="text-align: left;" trbidi="on"> This clipping appeared last week in Hindustan Times India October 2011 AMAZON INTRODUCES ITS FIRST TABLET COMPUTER                                       PRICED AT $199 Amazon introduces a smaller and affordable Tablet Computer of 8GB memory. Will be available from USA w.e.f 15th November 2011 and priced at $199 it will be has shared: Product Friday: Sun 3 In-Grade LED Luminaire by Edge Lighting

Product Friday: Sun 3 In-Grade LED Luminaire by Edge Lighting Source: Offered in a 3-in. round beveled or square beveled trim, Edge Lighting’s Sun 3, provides a precise 23-degree beam of warm white light from a recessed, in-grade LED luminaire. A remote 12VAC power supply powers the luminaire and an internal LED driver controls the high-intensity LED. An optional optical assembly may be added to tilt or shield the beam and holds up to three media, including louvers and color filters. sent this using ShareThis .

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The following tips on health were published in MINT. Author : Rudraneil Sengupta. I am posting this so that all my readers benefit from this article. Eat Right for the Pollen Fight Mon, 03 May 2010 19:00:00 GMT Rudraneil Sengupta Bright summer flowers are in full bloom, grasses and weeds are going to seed, bees and insects are hard at work...and millions of people around the country are battling runny noses, sneezing fits, and itchy eyes. Zoom in: To boost immunity, eat leafy green vegetables. Commonly known as hay fever, this irritating and sometimes debilitating condition is caused by the body’s immune system overreacting to pollen, dust and other allergens in the air. Ravi Shetty, a 38-year-old chartered accountant in New Delhi, says he suffered from seasonal allergies for six years, popping anti-allergen pills every day during the pollen season. “Finally I went to nutritionist Ishi Khosla, and she suggested I take raw crushed garlic, turme