Good news, there is a website that lets us do exactly just that. TubeG
TubeG is a shortcut for "youTube Grabber". Just cop-and-paste the URL of the Youtube video you want to download on the "Enter the video URL" area of the homepage of TubeG. Then click on "Download file".
After that, you will now see "Download as FLV" to download the video. Just click on that and your video will now be downloaded. Pretty easy, right? By the way, the default file name of the video you just downloaded is video.flv. You can just rename it the way you like, and most of all, you can watch it with your favorite FLV player!
Good bye Cory Aquino. May you rest in peace.
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I’ve been looking for some useful home projects using a microcontroller chip. I’m still not sure on what kind of microcontroller I will be using but most probably it will be a Zilog microcontroller. Simple digital calendars, LED arrays, or even an electronic home security are just examples of microcontroller projects. I’m planning to go for the simple electronic home security for our home improvement, but I still have to consider many things like availability of the materials, costs, and aesthetics as well. Hopefully I can do it for the sake of home improvements.
I will be very grateful if you give me some suggestions. Thanks!
This is the video presentation of the Junior Institute of Electronics Engineers - Xavier University during the Xavier University College of Engineering General Assembly 2009 "BuildEng'g One Tribe".
So I went back to CD-R King branch where I bought the Car Cassette Adapter and requested for a replacement of the same item (the Car Cassette Adapter had a 1 week replacement period). The saleslady then replaced it upon my request, with the official receipt of course .
I tried everything all over again. But the problem was still not solved even with the new item.
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Just last week, I noticed that there is an increase download speed with my Smart Bro Plan 999 as I was downloading some files. I checked out speedtest.net so I can verify my download speed. As you can see, the download has gone up to 0.53Mbps or approximately 530kbps from its previous average of 380kbps! I also checked Smart Bro website and there it was posted that Plan 999 is now up to 512kbps. Talk about good news.
Hi guys! I'm selling one of computers, my ACER Aspire 4520 laptop. It's in its best condition with no history of bad handling for 10 months since I bought it brand new ( I've been taking care of it like a baby guys..).
Here is its specs:
AMD Turion64 X2 Mobile Technology
AMD Turion64 X2 TL-58 (1.90GHz, 1Mb, L2 Cache) (arguably better than the common Intel Pentium Dual Core)
Video, RAM, Harddrive:
NVIDIA nForce® 610M
2.0Gb DDR2 667MHz
14.1in. WXGA TFT LCD -- CrystalBrite --
(1280 x 800 pixel resolution)
NVIDIA nForce® 610M (MCP67-MV)
NVIDIA GeForce® 7000M with up to 896Mb of TurboCache
80GB SATA HDD
Built-in Super Multi Double Layer Drive
Built-in 56Kb Modem, Built in Gigabit LAN
Built-in Acer InviLink Wireless LAN (802.11b/g)
Built-in 5 in 1 Card Reader (MMC, SD, XD, MS, MS Pro)
Built-in New Acer CrystalEye Webcam supporting Acer PrimaLite Technology
Built-in Dolby Digital Surround Sound
Express Card Slot 54
4x USB 2.0 ports (most laptops have only 3 or less USB slots)
S/PDIF (Sony Philips Digital Interface)
External display (VGA) port
Ethernet (RJ-45) port
Modem (RJ-11) port
FireWire (IEEE 1394) Port
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MANILA, Philippines—Telecommunications giant Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. announced on Tuesday plans to launch within the year what it claims to be the most advanced broadband delivery platform called Fiber-To-The-Home (FTTH), which will deliver high-speed data services to residences and buildings.
“Fiber to the home is a quantum leap forward in terms of broadband services. This demonstrates PLDT’s commitment to offer its customers cutting edge communication technologies,” said Napoleon L. Nazareno, PLDT president and chief executive officer, in a statement.
FTTH uses fiber optic technology that transmits data via light signals sent through hair-thin strands of pure glass.
The new platform will be able to deliver simultaneously voice, video and data services at much higher speeds and larger capacities than DSL or cable technologies.
Initial tests done by PLDT have shown the capabilities of FTTH.
At a demonstration facility at the PLDT’s head office, an FTTH-enabled computer posted download speeds of up to 94.86 megabits per second (mbps) and upload rates of 69.39 mbps, according to PLDT Network head Rolando G. Peña.
At those speeds, it would take only a second to download a 5Mb mp3 file, three seconds for a 35Mb video clip and only a minute to download an 800Mb movie.
“Depending on how we’ll design the product, we can provide gigabit speeds to homes, not just megabit speeds,” he said.
PLDT chair Manuel V. Pangilinan tested the new technology by watching the recent Manny Pacquiao-Ricky Hatton fight last May 3 via live video streaming using FTTH.
“Excellent reception. Excellent definition of the pictures,” said Pangilinan, who also chairs the Amateur Boxing Association of the Philippines.
Philippine Daily Inquirer
My cousin recently bought a new laptop and she wanted to have a wireless home network after having an internet connection at home. So she asked me to buy her a wireless router for her wireless home network. Then I began to look for wireless router available in our area and I encountered known expensive brands such as LinkSys, DLink, NetGear, and some not-so-popular but cheap brands like Planet and Encore.
I felt like going against the odds so I chose between Planet and Encore. Then to finally choose what brand to buy, I looked closely at their prices and then the winner clearly separated itself from its contender. Encore ENHWI-G2 at Php 1,380 (~$29), while Planet WRT4152.14Ghz 54MBps at Php 1,595 (~$34). No more questions asked :).
Installation and performance will be discussed later. Just keep updated. :)
It's been almost four years now since I purchased my 1GB PQI flash drive. And guess what, it still works without any failures. I bought this at CDR-King for Php1,080 at that time (or approximately $20) and now similar products only costs Php250 (~$5). Wow, after four years its price dropped to almost 25%. I should have had four 1GB flash drives by now with that price. Anyway, I have fully made use of it and still be doing until its final judgement comes. :)