Nightclubs and Discotheques in Chennai ….

September 29, 2008

Some of the popular Discotheques and nightclubs in Chennai are:

HFO
Visit HFO. This place is hot and lives up to its name (Hell Freezes Over) with 6000 sq. feet of floor space, 2500 watts of music, state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems, a billiards table, a members-only and a non-members bar, the choicest liquors, the great music, 3 super-cool DJs and an atmosphere that is simply electrifying. On par, in quality, with other nightclubs around the world, yet priced reasonably, HFO is the place to be. You can party all week long. Do not miss Friday and Saturday nights for that is when HFO is really happening. There is also an exclusive Ladies Night on Wednesdays. Two Saturdays, a month, are dedicated to special events that include Fashion shows, Bacardi nights, Coke nights, etc. Guest DJs from all over the country are invited to play here.
Dublin

A swanky pub. Dublin is the latest hotspot a combination of Irish pub/nightclub at Park Sheraton. ITC Hotel Park Sheraton and Towers 132, TTK Road .
Pasha

The Park, 601 Anna Salai

Recline into the low divan-styled seating areas and ease into silky cushions in myraid colours. A maze of metallic organza drapes create perfect hide-aways in the midst of frenzied activity. Each Wednesday, an Indipop evening sets the floor on fire. A visiting DJ spikes up the atmosphere.
EC41

41 East Coast Road.

Open on Saturday only.
Flame Le Club

No.1, GST Road
Experience the true meaning of nightlife with a mug of beer. Free Entrance for all during Pub Hours and exciting offers! Some of the popular Discotheques and nightclubs in Chennai are:
Pubs/Bars of Chennai
Sangaree (Ashok Residency)

1/460, Mount Poonamallee Rd, Ayyapanthangal
Striker (Windsor Park)

349 Poonamallee High Road
Oakshott (Hotel Connemara)

Binny Road
The Leather Bar

The Park Chennai, 601 Anna Salai
Geoffrey’s

Hotel Radha Park Inn, 171, Jawaharlal Nehru Salai (Inner Ring Road)

Great music, Exotic drinks, Ladies’ nights. Gourmet pub food. Happy Hours – it’s all happening here. Rights of admission reserved. Dress code applies.
Durrants (Hotel Chola Sheraton)

10 Cathedral Road
Clarete (Kings Park)

869-B EVR Periyar Salai, Poonamallee High Road
Arcot Bar (The Trident)

GST Road
Deep Purple

MGM Beach Resorts Mutukadu, 1/74, Mahabalipuram Rd,
Bamboo Bar (Hotel Savera)

69 Dr Radhakrishna Salai
Westminster Bar (ITC Hotel Park Sheraton & Towers)

132, TTK Road, Alwarpet
Lexus

Benzz Park Tulip, 41, Thirumalai Pillai Road
High Time

GRT Grand Days Days Inn of America Inc. 120 Sir Thyagaraya Rd, Pondy Bazaar
The Dome (Le Royal Meridien)

Le Royal Meridien, 1 GST Road
Munro (The Sindoori Central Hotel)

26/27 Poonamalle High Road
Zara – Tapas Pub

74, Radhakrishna Salai

An exciting mix of cocktails, tantalizing Spanish snacks and great music to elevate your already soaring spirits, and ambience that will take you to the skies. That is ZARA, The place to be in.
Fort St George (Taj Coromandel)

37 M G Road.

Arguably the most popular watering hole in town, Fort St. George is located at the lobby level of Taj Coromandel.


New Prince Of Persia for PC,PS3 game

September 28, 2008

“New chapter” in acrobatic action adventure series headed to 360, PS3, PC this holiday; separate edition also planned for DS.

As one of Ubisoft’s best-known, not to mention best-selling, franchises, Jordan Mechner’s Prince of Persia series was a shoo-in to return despite 2005’s billed conclusion

to the Sands of Time trilogy, The Two Thrones. In January, Ubisoft gave first wind of a new game in any official capacity, saying as part of its third-quarter financial report that Prince of Persia would bound to new ledges sometime during the publisher’s 2008-09 fiscal year.

Today, Ubisoft officially confirmed Prince of Persia for a holiday 2008 release on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC. Details on the Ubisoft Montreal-developed game are light, but Ubisoft has said the game will be “a new chapter” in the franchise that tinkers with traditional action adventure gameplay. The publisher also said the game will introduce a new illustrative art style to the series. A separate version featuring “an entirely new storyline and new characters” is also in the works for the Nintendo DS.

Noticeably absent from today’s announcement was a subtitle for the new Prince of Persia game. When rumors first surfaced of a new game in the franchise in October, the mysterious gaming industry blogger Surfer Girl pegged the game’s surname as Ghosts of the Past. However, Surfer Girl was under the impression that the game, which she said would forgo “the dark edginess of the last two titles in favor a fantastical cross between The Sands of Time, Ico, and Zelda,” would also appear on the Wii.

A second subtitle for the game surfaced last week. First spotted by Trademork, Prince of Persia Prodigy turned up in the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s online database. However, the application did not reveal which platforms the game would appear on.


Xbox ‘540’ coming in 2009…..!

September 28, 2008

Taipei (Taiwan) –

News about refreshed Xbox 360 consoles are trickling, which is about time given the fact that the console will celebrate its third birthday later this year. The Taiwan Economic News is reporting that first wafers with 65 nm GPUs are leaving the production lines, joining the 65 nm Xenon CPU. Rumors about a Blu-ray Xbox 360 remain alive and we are hearing first information about a possible mid-cycle refresh for the console, which will include the ‘Valhalla’ SoC.

It has been almost a year since Chartered has begun taking the Xbox 360 Xenon CPU from 90 nm to 65 nm and it really was just a matter of time until other hardware would follow. According to the Taiwan Economic News, TSMC has initiated first wafer starts of the 65 nm Xenos GPU and Northbridge. Microsoft apparently has ordered 10,000 300 mm wafers from TSMC at this time.

As it is the case with any die-shrink, Microsoft should see substantial economic advantages from this move, supporting the company’s ongoing strategy to reduce the production cost of the console (the reduction of the Xbox 360 production cost has been one of the key reasons why Microsoft’s entertainment division has been able to notably increase its profits over the past seven quarters). If the 65 nm Xenos “v2″ scales down linearly from 90 nm, the new die size should be around 125 mm2, while the eDRAM chip will remain at 70 mm2. The new production process should yield about 35% more GPUs per wafer than before.

TSMC will continue to be in charge of the wafers, while Nanya will be delivering the flip-chip packaging substrates. ASE combines the silicon and substrate and is responsible for QA.

Quite honestly, we were a bit surprised to hear that Microsoft did not decide to die-shrink both the CPU and GPU at the same time, especially because two different foundries are manufacturing the chips. However, our sources at TSMC explained that Microsoft has the same production philosophy as Nvidia: Wait for a manufacturing process to mature and then run the initial wafer order. Apparently, the transition was simulated in detail by ATI and the tapeout happened without problems, at least according to our sources close to ATI. Keep in mind that ATI is only a contracted partner for Microsoft: Both the CPU and GPU are officially Microsoft parts, and the Ballmer-Gates company is the only one in the console segment following through with such a strategy.

The Xbox 360 is scheduled to ship in an “all 65 nm” package (Jasper platform) this August. Consumers won’t notice the refresh, unless Microsoft decides to put a Blu-ray drive into the Xbox 360. We were not able to receive a confirmation either way, and we keep digging to find out if the Asustek subsidiary Pegatron will manufacture regular Xbox 360’s or units with an integrated Blu-ray drive. In any case, Celestica, Pegatron and Wistron will have a busy summer cranking out millions of refreshed Xbox 360 consoles.

A more dramatic and perhaps visible change will happen next year: TSMC plans to begin producing the Valhalla chip, which will be the foundation of the mid-cycle refresh of the Xbox 360, thus called ‘Xbox 2.5’ or simply ‘Xbox 540’ (360+180), in fall of 2009. We learned that this new chip is apparently much more than a die-shrink and end up as a system-on-a-chip design. This change is likely to enable to redesign the Xbox 360 casing and go towards a slim-design, much like what Sony did with the Gen1 and Gen2 PS2. We believe that TSMC will use a 45 nm process for this Multi-Chip-Module package (CPU+GPU+eDRAM).

There are also some interesting pieces of information that Microsoft is shopping for a more efficient cooling solution – efficient in more ways than just one: Several people close to the cooling industry told us that Microsoft approached them and asked for better and cheaper cooling than what is used in the Xbox 360 right now. Some may claim that the current Xbox 360 cooler design is already as cheap as it gets, but we have no doubts that Microsoft will find a way to drop the cost once again.


Keanu Reeves ..New Movie! the DAY the EARTH STOOD STILL

September 27, 2008

Check out the new trailer for Keanu Reeves’ new movie “The Day The Earth Stood Still!”

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Windows XP tricks

September 27, 2008

You know that feeling you get when your friends or family see you do something on your computer that they’ve never seen before?

If you haven’t had this opportunity, here’s where you start.

If you have, then you know that you’re feeling like the world’s coolest power-user when this happens. Knowledge is power! Here are five Windows XP tips that will get you/keep you schoolin’ your friends and family.

Don’t just maximize your windows—go full screen

When you need a really big window, don’t just maximize it: go full screen! To view a window full screen, hold down the Ctrl key and double-click the window’s title bar—or when the window is active, press the F11 key at the top of your keyboard—to get the biggest window possible.

Add the Links toolbar to My Computer

You know what would make a great toolbar? One where you could put your favorite applications and documents so that you could open them from any window at any time. Guess what? You can and here’s how: click Start, then My Computer. Now right-click the toolbar and then click Links. You now have the Links toolbar on your windows, just like in Internet Explorer. Note: Make sure that Lock the Toolbars is not checked. Click on it to deselect it if it is.

The really cool thing about the Links toolbar is that it’s completely customizable. Try this: Navigate to your favorite application and drag and drop its icon to the Links toolbar. You just created a shortcut. Do this again and again for as many applications as you want to appear on the toolbar.

Arrange windows on your desktop

You can display any two windows side by side on the desktop by first clicking a window’s button on the Taskbar. Next, press and hold the Ctrl key and right-click the second window that you want to open, then click Tile Vertically. This works great when you want to view two Microsoft Word or Microsoft Internet Explorer windows at the same time.

Organize your files into groups

Organize your files by grouping them. Try this: Open a folder containing several different subfolders and file types. Right-click any empty space on the window’s contents pane, click Arrange Icons By, and then click Show in Groups. To arrange the window’s contents, right-click again in any empty space on the window’s contents pane, point to Arrange Icons By, and click Name, Size, Type, or Modified.

Make your own icons

It’s shockingly easy to create your own icons in Windows XP. Let’s do it: Click Start, click All Programs, click Accessories, and then click Paint. On the Image menu, click Attributes. Type 32 for both the Width and Height of the document, and make sure that Pixels is selected under Units. Click OK to create a new 32×32-pixel document: the size of an icon.

Now add type, color, or do whatever you’d like to your image. I like to shrink photos (headshots work best) to 32×32 and simply paste them into my Paint document. When you’re finished, open the File menu and click Save As. Use the dialog box to choose where you want to save your file, then give it a name followed by “.ico” (without the quotes), and click Save. (The extension “.ico” tells Windows that it’s an icon file.) You just created an icon! Now you can change any shortcut or folder to your own icon—just browse to it on your hard drive.


Naku muka video song

September 26, 2008

Vaaranam Aayiram video song

September 26, 2008

Vaaranam Ayiram- adiye kolluthey

Vaaranam Ayiram- Meera Mudiyaamal