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News: Leaked Image Suggests the Sony Xperia Z2 May Be Headed to Verizon

The international hit Xperia Z2 may be headed to Verizon if a posted, and quickly erased, image is any indication. Take this information with a grain of salt—I certainly am—but this could be Sony's entrance into the non-GSM realm. The image above was posted to Sony's Xperia Google+ page, and very quickly removed. Compared to the Z2 that's currently on the international market (below), we can see that not only has the Sony logo shifted to the bottom, but a Verizon logo rests squarely along the...

News: New Leak Suggests Android Nougat Will Debut on Monday

We've seen all of the signs, but now we have some concrete evidence—Android Nougat will make its debut very soon. Canadian telecom company Telus recently posted an update schedule for its Android devices, and one date in particular stands out. According to the schedule, the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X will be getting an update to Android 7.0 on Monday, August 22. This is definitely in line with our previous thinking, as all of the signs have been pointing to an early Android release this year. In y...

How To: Make honey vanilla lip balm at home

Natasha Levitan demonstrates making a honey vanilla lip balm. Ingredients needed are two tablespoons of petroleum jelly, one eighth of a teaspoon of vitamin E oil, one tablespoon of beeswax granules, one teaspoon of vanilla extract, one teaspoon of honey and a lip balm container, tub style, in which to store the balm after it is made. She starts by putting the beeswax and petroleum jelly into a glass bowl and microwaving it for five minutes, mixing after two and a half minutes. When the mixtu...

How To: Perform the "name it" card trick

In this video Andy shows you how to perform the "Name it" card trick. The presenter suggests introducing yourself quickly and then ask someone in the audience for a name. Count up the number of letters in the persons name (for instance David is five letters). You then split and reverse five cards. You then ask the audience member to cut the deck in half. Then double under break the remaining cards. Then place the selected card under the reversed card. Then ask the audience member his name aga...

How To: Make hot alcoholic Irish coffee

This how to video explains making a hot Irish Coffee. The ingredients include whipped cream, a teaspoon of brown sugar-the secret ingredient, and one and a half ounces of irish whiskey. In England this is a Duncan Donuts coffee compared to our Starbucks Coffee. First, mix in the brown sugar with the coffee, then add the whiskey. Next, put the whipped cream on top or any other creams you would prefer. The narrator suggests putting nutmeg on the top. It is more light of a light coffee rather th...

How To: Make asparagus with ham, garlic and lemon

This video describes how to make an asparagus dish. First, a frying pan is put on the stove over medium high heat. Secondly, olive oil is added to the pan. Next, pieces of prosciutto ham; the speaker suggests that other types of ham will do just fine in this dish. After a couple minutes of cooking, the asparagus is added to the pan and rolled around to coat in oil. The asparagus is cooked for awhile before water is added and the dish is covered for one minute to steam. Afterwards, the lid is ...

How To: Make blue goop at home using kitchen ingrediants

This video shows you how to make non-toxic blue goo in your kitchen. You will need 3 eggs, two bowls, milk, coconut or vegetable oils and a spoon. First break the eggs and pour them carefully into the spoon to ensure that you can dispose the egg yellow as you will not need it. Repeat this for each of the three eggs. Then mix up the egg whites, ensuring that you do not beat the egg whites too much. Then add around four tablespoons of oil into the eggs and mix it up once more. As the egg whites...

How To: Use the keyboard on the Apple iPhone 3G

Right out of the box, iPhone is incredibly easy to use. If you want to get the most out of every feature, you’ve come to the right place. This video tutorial straight from Apple will teach you how to use the keyboard on the Apple iPhone 3G. The iPhone redefines what a mobile phone can do.

How To: Build a barrel rocket stove

A rocket stove is a "rocket" combustion approach to preparing meals, which provides high combustion efficiency and efficient heat transfer to the cooking pot. Research suggests (through practical experience) that by using a rocket stove, you could save at least 50% of fuelwood, which is a significant savings for anyone's financial situation.

How To: Choose cool weather veggies & flowers for your garden

The presenter, John White, explains how to choose and transplant cold weather vegetables and flowers in this video. The first vegetable he identifies is spinach. He suggests ensuring that the plant has been "hardened off" when buying transplants from the nursery. Next John presents leaf lettuce, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, and Swiss chard as some additional vegetables. He does remind the watcher to consult the plant labels for all the spacing information they may need. Moving on to flowers, J...

How To: Style long hair half up and half down with a twist

Julia, AKA Hairbeauty4you, gives detailed instructions on how to do a quick half up-do with a twist in under 10 minutes. She notes that this style is best for medium to long length hair. Julia starts with straight hair, then sections off the top part and clips temporarily. She then separates another section on either side of the top part- from the ear to the clipped section- and pulls it back into a high pony tail and repeats identically on the other side, securing each with clear rubber band...

How To: Extract audio from CD with Sony Vegas Movie Studio

In this tutorial, we learn how to extract audio from CD with Vegas Movie Studio. First, open up Vegas Movie Studio and open up the audio from the drive you prefer by going into "project" then "audio cd". Once you do this, a new window will pop up showing all the different audio tracks that you can open. Play them before you open them, then when you find it click "ok" and then save it to the place it suggests. Now that selection will show up in your media pool, put this on your timeline. After...

How To: Make a Christmas tree from sheets of rolled newspaper

This video demonstrates how to make a christmas tree out of newspaper. The author suggests that you start with 3 full sheets of newspaper and have scissors and scotch tape ready to use. Begin the tree making process by rolling the newspaper tightly and then using the scissors to create multiple cuts on one end of the roll. After doing so the newspaper roll should achieve a frayed look on one end. Pull on the frayed side to elongate the other newspaper that was rolled inside previously and the...

How To: Make classy new fillings for your potato skins

This video brings you fresh ideas on frozen processed Idaho potato skins that are ideal for appetizers or your bar menu. It is suggested in this video many creative ways to serve Idaho potato skins. The classic way presented is Nacho Style. The chef suggests using mango, papaya or roasted pineapple salsa instead of the traditional salsa on your potato skins. Caviar and crème fraiche is another suggestion. Other interesting suggestions are caramelized onions and bleu cheese, herb goat cheese, ...

How To: Prepare refreshing "spa-like" drinks with Brooke Burke

When entertaining, it's great to have fun, colorful ideas to make drinks feel special. By adding a simple slice of fruit or vegetable to a glass of water can impress your friends and make you feel like you're at the spa. It is very important to drink water, and flavoring it with lemon makes it easier if you're not a water drinker. The host cuts slices of lemon and lays them on top of the water or the side of the glass to garnish, and squeezes the rest of the juice into the water. It can be ma...

How To: Spit wine properly

During a wine tasting convention you may be a little apprehensive about spitting wine out. But rest assured that there is proper ettiquette in spitting out wine. This video will demonstrate the correct way to do so.

How To: Understand the basics of video encoding

In this video by Tinkernut, we are taught all about the basics of converting and encoding videos into their various formats. He starts off by covering the video containers. Then he breaks down what is contained in these containers. He goes over the what data per second you need for each way of watching the videos. Then he suggests a couple of programs that help you convert your videos in the appropriate format for watching your videos in the many different ways out there.

How To: Make Thai fried bananas

Thai Foodcast Presents: Fried Bananas. Aunchalee teaches you how to make Fried Bananas, while talking a bit about the culture and tools used in Thailand. She gives useful tips such as using bananas that are yellow with a little green on the outside; the firmer the better. She gives a list of ingredients and their equals allowing for substitution. They come out very hot so it's important to let them cool. This easy to follow, flexible, recipe makes cooking this Thai dessert a favorite. Aunchal...

How To: Create a cloud in a clear container

Do Try This at Home brings us video on how to create a cloud in a container. With just a few simple items household items we can create a cloud. He explains to us the science behind what he is doing and why is works the way it does. After that he demonstrates how to create the cloud with quite amazing results. He easily has created a cloud and suggests that we try this at home because it much easier to see and enjoy in person.

How To: Use Thinking Particles in Cinema 4D

Learn how to use Thinking Particles in Cinema 4D. Working with these programs could be pretty complicated if you're not sure what you're doing, but this two-part tutorial covers some important topics when using Thinking Particles. As the name suggests, it is a particle-based system, just so you know.

How To: Get rid of a painful sty on your eyelid

In this video Debbie Witter gives tips on how to get rid of a stye. A stye is a painful little pimple on your eyelid that comes from a bacteria called staphylococcal, which is found in the nose. Children get styes often because they pick their noses and then rub their eyes. Frequent hand washing is the best way to keep from getting a stye. Other possible causes are a clogged pore or ingrown hair.

How To: Merge PDF documents with Preview in Mac OS X 10.6

PDF is a Portable Document Format, which is a popular format to represent documents and pass it over the internet. You can merge different PDF documents to obtain a single document. You can do this on your Mac, using the preview option. Preview does a lot more than the name suggests. You can actually merge PDF's and also rearrange pages inside the documents. There are some changes in the functionality in preview feature between the leopard and snow leopard versions. To use this first you will...

How To: Install a hard drive in a 2009 Mac Pro

First of all the tutor suggests that this tutorial is easy and you can complete it only fifteen minutes. However you need to use proper anti-static precautions when you are performing this upgrade. You have to ensure to discharge static electricity before beginning. You must also work on a static free surface. You need a "#00 Philips screwdriver" which you can find in the “Newer Technology” 11-piece tool kit. It is available from macsales.Gather all your materials and then shut down your comp...

How To: Choose fruit trees

Doña Ana County Extension Agent John White and Master Gardener Benny Knudsen look at stone fruit trees on their tour of the "Garden of Weeden". The Mariposa Plum, the dwarf Stella Sweet Cherry, Elberta Peach, Tilton Apricot and the almond tree (which also belongs to the stone fruit family) are featured in this segment of Southwest Yard and Garden series. The suitability of these trees for a small garden is mentioned. Besides this, also discussed is the problem of late frost and its effect on ...

How To: Identify problems with pecans & pruning grapevines

Master Gardener Rosamarie Maddox asks John White, Doña Ana County Extension Agent, about problems facing her pecans, grapevines, and native shrubs. An unidentified insect found on her pecan tree is identified by John White as a Twice Stabbed Ladybug. This ladybug is a useful insect that often over-winters on the tree and helps takes care of the aphid problems faced by pecans. Pink fuzzy coating on pecan nuts is also brought up. The coating is normal for pecan and contains bitter tannin. Too m...

How To: Organize your home office if you are visually impaired

This video tutorial demonstrates tips for how to organize your home office when you are visually impaired. Here a rehabilitation specialist is helping a visually impaired person. The person who is visually impaired should know what is visually important to him/her. Mostly these people obviously need to know where every thing is because they don’t have their eyes to depend anymore. Here visually impaired person is 66 year old Deanne Jackson. She has wet macular degeneration. In order to set up...

How To: Use a jig saw

In this video presenter Dominic shows you how to use a Jig Saw correctly. Dominic suggests that if you are going to make a tight turn then you should use a skinnier blade in order to avoid banging up the wood or breaking the jig saw blade. He adds that you should be patient and try not to go too fast. With the jig saw you first have to drill a hole in the wood and then put the jig saw through as the blade is flexible and cannot be pushed through by itself. He suggests trimming off the first p...

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