Mark Zuckerberg’s Baby Girl Photos, Videos HD Gallery – Max Zuckerburg

Mark Zuckerburg's Daughter Max Zuckerburg with her parents

Mark Zuckerberg’s baby girl was born in the last week of November 2015, but only made public on Dec 01, 2015. Dr. Priscilla Chan & Mark Zuckerberg’s baby girl is named as Max Zuckerburg.

Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan announced the birth of a baby girl named Max on Tuesday, Dec 01, 2015. But Max Zuckerburg’s birth date is November 25, 2015.

In a moving letter posted in Facebook addressed to their child, the Facebook creator Mark Zuckerburg and his wife wrote, “Your mother and I don’t yet have the words to describe the hope you give us for the future.”

Zuckerburg posted “We’re so happy to welcome our daughter Max into this world. Everyone is happy and healthy. Thank you for all your love and support through our pregnancy. There is so much joy in our little family.”

“Max, we love you and feel a great responsibility to leave the world a better place for you and all children,” Zuckerberg and Chan concluded. “We wish you a life filled with the same love, hope and joy you give us. We can’t wait to see what you bring to this world.”

Max Zuckerberg looks more like her mother Dr. Priscilla Chan. We have got some Photos of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerburg’s Baby Girl Max Zuckerberg and posting here for our viewers –

Mark Zuckerberg’s Baby Girl Photo Gallery

Max Zuckerberg

Max Zuckerburg, Mark Zuckerburg's Daughter Born on November 2015

Max Zuckerberg Photos

Mark Zuckerburg's Baby Girl

Mark Zuckerberg’s Baby Girl

Mark Zuckerburg's Newborn Baby Girl Max Zukcerburg

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s Newborn Daughter Max Zuckerberg

Max Zuckerburg - FB founder Mark Zuckerburg's Daughter

Mark Zuckerburg’s daughter Max Zuckerberg

Photo Painting of Mark Zuckerberg's Baby Girl

Mark Zuckerberg’s Newborn Baby Girl Photo Painting


Mark Zuckerberg’s Baby Girl Video Gallery

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How to Unblock Facebook in Bangladesh

Facebook has been blocked in Bangladesh since Wednesday November 18, 2015. Still you can use facebook using some methods given below –

Use a proxy: A Web proxy basically shields your identity from any site you’re trying to access, acting as a substitute IP address so your personal IP address is hidden. Anonymouse and Hide My Ass are both examples of free Web proxies.

The most easiest method to access blocked Facebook in Bangladesh is by using Free Proxy Websites. These Websites use a separate proxy to direct the data around the web filter providing easy access. Despite, the proxy, these websites don’t allow flash thus limiting the usability of the blocked websites.Some of these websites are:

The second way to bypass access to Facebook in Bangladesh is to use a Third party proxy server Software. These software are widely available for free and provide optimized proxies to bypass Facebook in Bangladesh.
Some of these software are:

Another way to access Facebook in Bangladesh is by using Tor Browser.

  • Download Tor Browser [Download]
  • Install Tor Browser
  • Run Tor Browser
  • enter
  • Answer some security questions.
  • Done! Enjoy Facebook in Bangladesh.
  • Note: Flash/Videos may not work.


Unblock Facebook in Bangladesh for Chrome or Firefox browser

To access Facebook in Bangladesh from your computer or laptop, you need to install Supernet Free VPN & proxy extension for Chrome or Firefox browser.

Download Supernet extension for Chrome

Download Supernet extension for Firefox

As soon as you’ve got it, you can see the icon in the upper right corner of your browser.

How to unblock Facebook, WhatsApp and Viber in Bangladesh

1. Click the icon to summon Supernet menu.

2. Click on the shield-shaped button in the middle.

How to unblock Facebook, WhatsApp and Viber in Bangladesh

3. As soon as it turns green, open Facebook and enjoy your news feed.


Unblock Facebook, WhatsApp and Viber in Bangladesh on Android Smartphones

To access Facebook, WhatsApp and Viber in Bangladesh from your Android smartphone, you need to install Supernet Free VPN Android app.

Download Supernet Android app

As soon as you’ve got it, do the following:

1. Open the app.

2. Click on the shield-shaped button in the middle.

3. As soon as it turns green, you may use Facebook, WhatsAp, Viber or any other app/website banned in Bangladesh.

How to unblock Facebook, WhatsApp and Viber in Bangladesh

Supernet VPN service is free and unlimited, you can use it as much as you need.


Unblock Facebook, Whatsapp, Viber in Bangladesh for iPhone, iPad iOS

You can unblock & access Facebook, Whatsapp, Viber or any other blocked apps by using SurfEasy VPN.  SurfEasy VPN app is easy to use and user-friendly. It only installs two certificates to turn on and off VPN, just click on them to start and stop the service. SurfEasy requires registration to use it properly, but you can use its free version without making account. Its free version has 250MB of bandwidth.

Its main screen shows your real location and IP address before connecting to VPN. And after changing IP address, the screen will show your new IP and location, it’s an easy way to confirm that this VPN is actually working.
SurfEasy VPN for iOS
Also you can use Free VPN – Onavo Protect for iOS to unblock Facebook, Viber, Whatsapp etc in Bangladesh for you iPhone, iPad, Macbook.

Download Free VPN – Onavo Protect


When will Facebook be unblocked in Bangladesh?

This is the BIG question now at large. There is no clear indications from the government of Bangladesh of when Facebook access will be restored. Though, some reports suggest that Facebook block might be removed within a week. So, keep patient and try alternative methods to access Facebook in Bangladesh bypassing the block.

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Unblock Proxy Sites List YouTube, Facebook – Today’s Update

Free HTTP Proxy List

Unblock Proxy Sites List to unblock your desired website. To unblock in proxy sites, enter your website and click unblock or hide me. This unblock proxy sites list updates daily with all working unblock proxy sites.

Web visitors can unblock YouTube, Google, MySpace, Facebook, Twitter using this unblock proxy sites list. Also students can unblock proxy sites at school using this active online proxy sites list.

Unblock Proxy Sites List

Unblock Proxy Sites List for Youtube, Google, Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, Schools, Colleges & Offices


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[Fix] How to Patch Shellshock Bug?

Shellshock Bug in BASH

What is Shellshock bug?

Shellshock is a “deadly serious” bug potentially affecting millions of desktop and laptop computers, servers and mobile devices across the world, that has been discovered this week.

A Linux software component, known as BASH is the home of the latest flawed been found, which is also a part of Apple’s Mac OS.

This new bug is such dangerous that anyone can take control of any computer using BASH. This is why security researchers put Shellshock bug on top of Heartbleed bug that found on April 2014.

Prof Alan Woodward, a security researcher from the University of Surrey told that

“Whereas something like Heartbleed was all about sniffing what was going on, this was about giving you direct access to the system. The door’s wide open.”

Researchers estimates about 500 million machines will be effected by Shellshock bug, whereas Heartbleed bug hits around half a million devices. Security experts warned that the Shellshock patch is ‘incomplete’ to secure the Unix & Linux based systems and thus taking control of vulnerable machines would be so easy because of the simplicity of the BASH Shellshock bug.

Stephane Chazelas, 39, a French Software and Telecom expert, discovered the Shellshock bug vulnerability in bash,which is exploitable over the network, is related to how environment variables are processed, especially if bash has been configured as the system shell. He discovered that Bash incorrectly handled trailing code in function definitions. An attacker could use this issue to bypass environment restrictions, such as SSH forced command environments.

What is BASH?

BASH stands for Bourne-Again SHell, which is a command prompt software component on many Unix, Linux & Mac computers. Unix is an operating system on which many others are built, such as Linux and Mac OS.

How to Patch Shellshock bug?

Unix, Linux & Mac System administrators should urgently apply proper Shellshock bug Patch before being compromised their system.

CentOS Patch for Shellshock bug

  • CentOS-5:
    39f53e854969bb0bcbb280bf6581ec5857c086cdd727adc5eec9b7a9b7dcd0a6  bash-3.2-33.el5.1.i386.rpm
    336202c14095622471275b4c4d55d49f16ee065d4f77dcef4ae5479cc67e11ad  bash-3.2-33.el5.1.x86_64.rpm
    c8ccac8652d7b44531ab0a76c6eb9b0209dcd1dddf149fb182d0471206704217  bash-3.2-33.el5.1.src.rpm
  • CentOS-6:
    f17f9e203cc55846a050ce57efd67159e208ef8bd469633a471233e8b9c54a74  bash-4.1.2-15.el6_5.1.i686.rpm
    11628832fb279e1bdca2cb8f403f7080fbab9fde554ed6ce3081344f92a93d7a  bash-doc-4.1.2-15.el6_5.1.i686.rpm
    eb8e41a4752e64c5c64371e5ae2ddbd5857b1e879832557a89fad195f4ab8f5b  bash-4.1.2-15.el6_5.1.x86_64.rpm
    16312fa5b190cd20b8ce2374e8ea2404aa17c849003dd080105e6225fc379df1  bash-doc-4.1.2-15.el6_5.1.x86_64.rpm
    063b6c42042d97a7aa32f8d058947275085a95a1545d1fe018bdc888e4dc093f  bash-4.1.2-15.el6_5.1.src.rpm
  • CentOS-7:
    4274e74893b2e3f31704befbd4c0968c68f153bfcd869c286d6df0a269280e87  bash-4.2.45-5.el7_0.2.x86_64.rpm
    e1bddc9814dd79c97b6c7f04a94178cfae8fb4ece1fbdab8e36172db16e527b9  bash-doc-4.2.45-5.el7_0.2.x86_64.rpm
    06e77611ff4bb3014a34300277d94f43ad2f281e42eb86ee609a71d4e2c06174  bash-4.2.45-5.el7_0.2.src.rpm


Ubuntu Patch for Shellshock bug


Redhat Patch for Shellshock bug

  • This issue affects all software that uses the Bash shell and parses values of environment variables. This issue is especially dangerous as there are many possible ways Bash can be called by an application. Quite often if an application executes another binary, Bash is invoked to accomplish this. Because of the pervasive use of the Bash shell, this issue is quite serious and should be treated as such.
  • In order to avoid exploitation from CVE-2014-6271, ensure that your system is updated to at least the following versions of Bash.


  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 – bash-4.2.45-5.el7_0.2
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 – bash-4.1.2-15.el6_5.1
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 – bash-3.2-33.el5.1


  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 Extended Lifecycle Support – bash-3.0-27.el4.2
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.6 Long Life – bash-3.2-24.el5_6.1
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.9 Extended Update Support – bash-3.2-32.el5_9.2
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.2 Advanced Update Support – bash-4.1.2-9.el6_2.1
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.4 Extended Update Support – bash-4.1.2-15.el6_4.1


  • SJIS for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 – bash-4.1.2-15.el6_5.1.sjis.1
  • SJIS for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 – bash-3.2-33.el5_11.1.sjis.1
  • In order to update to the most recent version of the Bash package run the following command:
# yum update bash
  • Specify the package name in order to update to a particular version of Bash. For example, to update a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5 system run:
# yum update bash-4.1.2-15.el6_5.1
  • The only way to fix it is to install updated Bash packages.
  • The safest & simplest thing to do is to perform a system reboot.
  • Carry out the following operation if system cannot be reboot.


Debian Patch for Shellshock bug

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Science, Tech

Super-Earth: The First ‘WaterWorld’ Discovered in the Galaxy


Super-Earth: The First ‘WaterWorld’ Discovered in the Galaxy


Super-Earth WaterWorld GJ1214b

Pack your bags. But leave the bottled water behind; you might not need it.

Scientists have found a planet orbiting another star — 22 light-years away — and of all the hundreds of so-called exoplanets so far discovered, this one is, lead researcher Guillem Anglada-Escude said, “the new best candidate to support liquid water and, perhaps, life as we know it.”

The planet is labeled GJ 667Cc, found in the constellation Scorpio, and it would seem at first to be a very alien world. It is about five times more massive than Earth. It orbits its host star in only 28 of our days.

But that star is smaller and dimmer than our sun, and most of the light it emits is infrared. Anglada-Escude says it would provide just the right amount of warmth for the planet to be temperate like ours.

“Other proposed candidates [to be watery worlds] would require very special conditions to support liquid water,” Anglada-Escude said in an email to ABC News.

The temperature, he said, is probably right regardless of the planet’s atmosphere or cloud cover: “This one lies within the zone where no further assumptions (or fine tuning) are required.”

Water is actually very common in the universe — but as ice or vapor, not flowing water that scientists say would probably be necessary for life as we know it. Comets, for instance, have been called “dirty snowballs,” and when they get close to the sun they develop gaseous tails. But the temperature range for flowing water — the liquid you would find in the cells of a living organism — is very small. Earth is the only planet we know of with the right temperature and atmospheric pressure.

Some serious cautions are in order, of course, when you’re talking about a planet more than 100 trillion miles away. Scientists cannot see it; all they know is that its gravity pulls on its host star, causing the star to “wobble” slightly in a 28-day cycle. But because they know the star’s mass, composition and brightness, they can do some math and figure out how far away the planet is likely to be.

GJ 667Cc would be a strange place if Earthlings could visit. If it has a solid surface, one would find its gravity crippling. Its sun would loom large in the sky, much larger than Earth’s sun does, but it would be dimmer.

And there would be two other suns in the sky, although they orbit at a distance. One of them would be about as distant as Saturn is from us, the other five times farther away than Pluto is.

The one thing Earthlings would find familiar is the temperature. GJ 667Cc does not get fried the way planets like Mercury and Venus do, and it does not freeze like Jupiter or Pluto. Space researchers like to say it is in the “Goldilocks zone” around its sun, not too hot, not too cold, but just right.

“To know more, we’ll probably need a space mission or a lot of luck,” Anglada-Escude joked.

Anglada-Escude and Paul Butler led the research at the Carnegie Institution for Science in Washington. They and a dozen colleagues are publishing their work in Astrophysical Journal Letters.

They report they found the planet by looking through telescope data collected by HARPS, a rival group of planet hunters in Europe. Anglada-Escude said the HARPS group had observed the star three years ago and missed the planet.

“Of course, the HARPS team will not be very happy about this,” Anglada-Escude said. “This might start a new trans-oceanic war.”

Super-Earth Explained


SuperEarth WaterWorld Discovered

Astronomers have confirmed the existence of a new class of planet: a waterworld with a thick, steamy atmosphere.

The exoplanet GJ 1214b is a so-called “SuperEarth” – bigger than our planet, but smaller than gas giants such as Jupiter.

Observations using the Hubble telescope now seem to confirm that a large fraction of its mass is water.

The planet’s high temperatures suggest exotic materials might exist there.

“GJ 1214b is like no planet we know of,” said lead author Zachory Berta, from the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics.

The planet was discovered in 2009 by ground-based telescopes. It is about 2.7 times the Earth’s diameter, but weighs almost seven times as much. It orbits its red-dwarf star at a distance of just two million km, meaning temperatures on GJ 1214b probably reach above 200C.

In 2010, astronomers released measurements of its atmosphere. These suggested that GJ 1214b’s atmosphere was probably made up of water, but there was another possibility – that the planet was covered in a haze, of the type that envelopes Saturn’s moon Titan.


Hubble Telescope

Hot ice or Superfluid water exists in Super-Earth WaterWorld

Mr Berta and his colleagues used the Hubble Space Telescope’s wide-field camera to study the planet as it crossed in front of its star – a transit. During these transits, the star’s light is filtered through the planet’s atmosphere, giving clues to the mixture of gases present.

Hubble’s observations can give clues to gases in the planet’s atmosphere

The researchers said their results are more consistent with a dense atmosphere of water vapour, than one with a haze.

Calculations of the planet’s density also suggest that GJ 1214b has more water than Earth. This means the internal structure of this world would be very different to that of our own.

“The high temperatures and pressures would form exotic materials like ‘hot ice’ or ‘superfluid water’, substances that are completely alien to our everyday experience,” said Dr Berta.

The planet’s short distance from Earth makes it a likely candidate for follow-up observations with the James Webb Space Telescope, which may launch by the end of this decade.

The study has been accepted for publication by the Astrophysical Journal.

A ground-based transmission spectrum of the SuperEarth exoplanet GJ 1214b

In contrast to planets with masses similar to that of Jupiter and higher, the bulk compositions of planets in the so-called super-Earth regime (masses 2–10 times that of the Earth) cannot be uniquely determined from a measurement of mass and radius alone. For these planets, there is a degeneracy between the mass and composition of both the interior and a possible atmosphere in theoretical models. The recently discovered transiting super-Earth exoplanet GJ 1214b is one example of this problem.

Three distinct models for the planet that are consistent with its mass and radius have been suggested. Breaking the degeneracy between these models requires obtaining constraints on the planet’s atmospheric composition. Here we report a ground-based measurement of the transmission spectrum of GJ 1214b between wavelengths of 780 and 1,000 nm.

The lack of features in this spectrum rules out (at 4.9σ confidence) cloud-free atmospheres composed primarily of hydrogen. If the planet’s atmosphere is hydrogen-dominated, then it must contain clouds or hazes that are optically thick at the observed wavelengths at pressures less than 200 mbar. Alternatively, the featureless transmission spectrum is also consistent with the presence of a dense, water vapor atmosphere.

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3D Desktop Wallpaper: Free Download Top 1000 HD Quality Images

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3D Desktop Wallpaper 2012: Free Download Top 1000

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3D Desktop Wallpaper

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IE9 Compatibility Mode Enabling How-to Guide

IE9 Compatibility Mode: How-to Enable it?

ie9 compatibility mode

ie9 compatibility mode

Internet Explorer 9, the latest browser from Microsoft family has some glitches in its operations. Some of the users reported that web pages doesn’t render correctly with IE 9 as its evident because most of the web pages were designed for earlier functions and still some of them didn’t update. Not to worry, we will see now how you can improve the look of these sorts of websites just by enabling “compatibility view” which will render the web pages correctly.

Now, let’s check out two options with which you can enable compatible view by just following simple steps described below:

Process 1 to enable IE9 Compatibility Mode

  • After opening any web page, click on compatibility icon which is just next to URL as shown below. If the site is displayed in compatible view the icon will turn blue and if the compatible view is not enabled, the icon will remain white.
  • Now, to get out of compatibility view all you need to do is to just click again on the blue colored compatibility icon to make it white so that compatibility view is disabled.

Process 2 to enable IE9 Compatibility Mode

If you don’t want to set “compatibility view” every time for particular websites you can set the compatibility view for a list of particular websites so that every time one opens the website it will automatically switch to compatible mode.

  • Now, press “Alt” button so that you can see the tool bar option at the top. Now, you need to click on “Tools” and select “Compatibility View settings”.

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  • After clicking on “Compatibility View settings” option, a new pop up will be popped up where in you will be asked to add the websites in “Add this website field” and click on “Add” so that web pages which are added will be opened in compatibility mode by default.

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  • If you want to display all websites in Compatible view by default, you can do so by checking the option “Display all websites in compatibility view”.


  • Now, after selecting the option “Display all web pages in compatibility view”, click on “close” and you can now view all web pages in the compatible view without needing to make changes every time you surf the net.

So, now in two different ways you can now enable IE9 Compatibility Mode view option so that the web pages rendering problem will be solved in the latest Internet explorer browser edition 9. For better page rendering you can also disable hardware acceleration in Internet explorer 9.enable compatible view

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Best Netbook 2012: Top 10 Performance Mini-Laptops in Low-cost

Best Netbook 2012: Top 10 Choice

Best Netbook 2012

Best Netbook 2012

Netbooks are now most popular among students, marketing peoples, travelers, ladies & even kids at home. But it’s not easy to choose a good performance system in low cost, as there’s numerous brands with huge model  lineup. We prepared a top 5 shortlist for your easy selection of netbooks in 2012.


1. Asus Eee PC 1018PB

Asus Eee PC 1018PBAsus reboots the Eee PC series (at least aesthetically) with this slick-looking metallic Netbook, the Eee PC 1018.

Price: $349.99



2. Samsung NF310 A01

Samsung NF310 A01The curved, eye-catching Samsung NF310 is a bold 10-inch Netbook with some premium features for its price, but in the end it’s not different enough to break out of the pack.

Price: $399.00


3. Asus Eee PC 1015PN-PU17 (black)

Asus Eee PC 1015PN-PU17 (black)The compact 10-inch Asus Eee PC 1015PN offers a dual-core Atom processor and Nvidia Ion graphics for decidedly better-than-average Netbook performance, but premium ultraportables that aren’t much more expensive can do better still.

Price: $429.99

4. Toshiba Mini NB305-N410BN

Toshiba Mini NB305-N410BNWith a new Atom processor and a tweaked design, the Toshiba Mini NB305-N410BN is an improvement over the already excellent NB205, at a price that’s identical.

Price : $399.99





With its speedy dual-core AMD E-350 processor, large 500GB hard drive, and a size that is at once compact and large enough for comfortable typing and viewing, the Sony VAIO VPC-YB15KX/S is a strong new entry in the netbook market.

Price : $562.00

6. Acer Aspire One D260-1270

Acer Aspire One D260-1270

Thanks to a few above average specs, like a 320GB hard drive and a long lasting battery, the Acer Aspire One D260-1270 stands out among a crowd of look-alike netbooks.

Price : $399.00


7. Lenovo ThinkPad X120e

Lenovo Thinkpad X120e

The Lenovo ThinkPad X120e is arguably the best netbook for business, but it comes at a premium.

 Price : $580.00

8. HP Pavilion dm1z

HP Pavilion dm1zThe HP Pavilion dm1z netbook and its AMD Fusion APU offer the best of both worlds: faster-than-Atom speeds and great battery life.

Price : $449.00



9. Samsung NF310-A01

Samsung NF310-A01 : Right

With the latest dual-core Atom processor, high-resolution screen, and a great user experience, the Samsung NF310-A01 is our new Editors’ Choice for netbooks.

Price : $388.00



10. Acer Aspire One AOD255-1203

Acer Aspire One AOD255-1203The Acer Aspire One AOD255-1203 is any day the cheapest dual-core netbook, yet you get a full-size keyboard and more than 7 hours of battery life.

Price : $269.00


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Best Laptop 2011: Top 20 Reviews, Specs, Price, Comparison – Buying Guide

Best Laptop 2011: Top 20

Top 20 Best Laptop 2011Choosing the best laptop in 2011 for you is a complicate task as the number of choice is crushing. There’s huge lineup of cheap laptops among with high range ultra portables & gaming solutions. But this is a tough task as the new models come out every week and shortly replaced by the manufacturers.





Best Laptop 2011: Price Under USD $600

1. Asus EeePC 1018P – from $450

Asus eeepc 1018p

Unlike some of Asus’ earlier Eee PC models, this netbook boasts a high-end look and feel, thanks to the brushed aluminium design. We can’t remember seeing such a subtly stylish netbook before, and the matt finish means it’s also impervious to scratches and scuffs while you’re working at home or out and about.

The 1.1kg chassis isn’t a problem to carry around for hours on end, and the strong battery life of 359 minutes gives you almost six hours of power, so it’s great for those after a truly portable option.

Equally impressive is the 10.1-inch screen, which looks great encased in the brushed aluminium bezel. Brightness is good, as is detail, thanks to the 1024 x 600 pixel resolution. But it’s the vibrancy of colours that pleases the most, and those looking for a netbook to watch films and view photos on will find a lot to like here.

An inclusion we are particularly impressed with is the 500GB of free online storage. This means you can save a vast amount of content from the 1018P’s 250GB hard drive to Asus’ servers and access it from anywhere in the world, adding convenience and security.

2. Asus X52F – from $500

Asus x52f

The Asus X52F-EX894V is powered by an Intel Core i3 processor, which provides strong performance for those on a tight budget. It’s not just performance that impresses though, with plenty of other surprising highlights and few flaws.

You can edit your photos and have a quick play around with your home movies, but you won’t be able to play the latest games, because the integrated graphics can’t cope.

Still, film fans will be pleased because you can watch DVDs via the built-in drive or stream your favourite movies or TV shows over the internet in high definition (HD) from sites such as BBC iPlayer. The Asus X52F-EX894V coped admirably, and catching up with last night’s telly was a smooth experience.

This is also a great way to enjoy your media, thanks to the excellent screen. The 15.6-inch display isn’t as sharp as the compact screens of the HP Pavilion DM1-3100sa and MSI U270, but it’s bright and pleasingly vibrant.

The 320GB hard drive gives you enough storage for thousands of photos and full-length music albums. You also have a 4-in-1 memory card reader, which can be used to back up your data or expand the available storage. Three USB ports are available for connecting peripherals.


3. Acer Aspire 5552 – from $500

Acer aspire 5552

Performance is provided by a triple-core AMD Phenom II X3 processor but we were a little disappointed by the results of our benchmark tests, since the Acer was comprehensively beaten by other laptops around this price point.

Your Office applications will run fine, but anything more than light multitasking will bring the system to a halt. However, the Acer proves far more pleasing when it comes to graphical ability.

Most laptops around this price have basic integrated graphics, but the Aspire 552 is actually quite capable when it comes to streaming high-definition (HD) video and running other light multimedia tasks. You won’t be able to frequently edit your media or play the latest games though.

While the Aspire 5552-N834G50Mnks has limited performance, a weak battery and an ugly plastic chassis, it isn’t all bad news. The display is fantastic considering the low price, while usability and features provide good value for money.


4. Samsung RV510 – from $500

Samsung rv510

When you’re spending less than £400 on a laptop, you’re not going to get the best power or build quality, but for basic users the Samsung RV510 is a good buy.

The screen is very bright and produces vivid images that make the laptop great for viewing photos and films. The standard glossy Super-TFT screen coating is in place, but manages to suppress reflections in bright light well.

An attractive silver paint finish has been implemented, which contrasts nicely with the black screen bezel and mock-chrome mouse buttons to make this an aesthetically pleasing laptop.

Build quality is surprisingly good, and at 2.4kg this is quite light. The 247 minutes of battery life is also useful for those who travel a lot and require a decent battery life.


5. Acer Aspire 5742G – from $550

Acer aspire

Right out of the box the Aspire has enough processing power to handle everything you want in a starter laptop, but on top of that it’s also a pleasure to look at. The textured finish on both the lid and internal chassis feels comfortable and won’t pick up the grubby fingerprints that curse more reflective designs.

The keyboard doesn’t feel quite as sturdy as some (we noticed an obvious flex in the keyboard during typing), but the keys are well spaced and easy to type on. The Aspire 5742G sports Acer’s favoured keyboard where keys appear to float above the chassis. This looks great, but you’ll find it quickly traps debris underneath the keys.

The Acer is built around Intel’s Core i3 processor, which provides plenty of power, and is backed up by the 4096MB of memory.

But what really sets the Aspire 5742G apart is the 1024MB of video memory provided by the dedicated Nvidia GeForce GT 520M graphics card. This laptop will be fine running the current crop of gaming titles and will easily handle photo and HD video editing.

Best Laptop 2011: Price Under USD $1000

6. Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E520 – from $650

Lenovo thinkpad edge e520

Lenovo’s ThinkPad range is traditionally aimed at business users, but has recently taken a more consumer-friendly turn, with less imposing builds and price tags. The ThinkPad Edge E520 is one of the more powerful laptops in the range and can keep you entertained on the move as well as at home.

The excellent performance is down to the latest Intel Sandy Bridge technology. This means you can do almost anything on this laptop, with incredibly fast response rates. Even complex editing software opens in seconds and happily runs alongside web browsers, media players and other applications. You won’t need to replace this laptop for a long time.

This laptop also scored high in our graphical tests, beaten only narrowly by the Acer Aspire 5750G. We tested out some recent games and found that they ran smoothly, although we occasionally had to turn down detail levels.

You can also check out and play around with your photos or home movies. Of course, if you’d rather relax with a film, the Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E520won’t let you down. High-definition (HD) films play perfectly and look good on the 15.6-inch widescreen display.


7. Toshiba Satellite L730 – from $725

Toshiba satellite l730

This 13.3-inch entertainment laptop is perfect for staving off boredom on the move. The Satellite L730-10G lacks graphical punch, but the compact display is a highlight, while the lightweight body and decent battery life ensure you’ll be entertained wherever you roam.

Despite its smaller screen, the Satellite L730 still features a 1366 x 768 pixel resolution. The result is a much sharper picture, so images look crisp and clean. It’s also a bright and vibrant panel, making this one of the best displays for movie watching.

With a weight of just 1.9kg, it is technically classed as an ultra-portable laptop. Not only is it an incredibly light machine, the battery life is also commendable. We watched movies for almost three hours before the laptop shut itself down, and limiting yourself to more basic entertainment such as browsing the web gives you many hours of life.You certainly won’t need to lug the charger around on the daily commute.

While the Toshiba Satellite L730 may lack graphical power and lots of storage, it’s still a good entertainment machine for regular travellers. The sharp and colourful screen is a good way of enjoying movies, while the reduced weight and decent battery life make it an excellent travel companion.


8. Samsung RV720 – from $735

Samsung rv720

With its 17.3-inch screen, the Samsung RV720 is a large laptop. It isn’t quite the chunkiest, with a surprisingly slim body considering the girth, but at 2.8kg it is pretty heavy.

While it can feasibly be carried around if needed, it works much better as a desktop replacement machine, especially given the mediocre battery life. For a family machine that will sit on your desk at home, this is a great option.

We found we could run all kinds of applications at once with no significant impact on performance. Whether you enjoy catching up with friends on social networking sites, watching the latest films in high definition (HD), or touching up your holiday snaps, this laptop can handle it.

If you’ve been hunting for a desktop replacement machine to entertain you and your family at home, the Samsung RV720 is well worth considering. The excellent performance and crisp, colourful 17.3-inch screen are highlights, although the lack of dedicated graphics is a shame.


9. Acer Aspire 5750G – from $735

Acer aspire 5750g

Intel’s second generation Core i3, i5 and i7 processors, collectively dubbed ‘Sandy Bridge’, offer the best performance of any chips we’ve tested. The Aspire 5750G uses a Core i7 2630QM chip running at 2GHz, with 4GB of DDR3 memory.

With a pleasant blue finish to the lid and palmrests, the Aspire 5750G is a decent-looking laptop. It’s an obviously plastic build, and we did notice that some areas flexed when pushed or prodded, but it’s unlikely to break unless you stomp on it or knock it flying off your desk.

At 2.6kg, you can take the Aspire 5750G on the road when needed. The body is surprisingly slender, with a maximum thickness of just 34mm, so you shouldn’t have much problem slipping it into a backpack or briefcase.

The Aspire 5750G is a great all-round laptop, with very few flaws. The reasonable price makes it an excellent option for students and families with a flexible budget, who want the very best performance for their cash.


Best Laptop 2011: Ultra-portables

10. Asus Zenbook UX21 and UX31 – from $1325

Asus zenbook ux31

The Asus Zenbook UX31 is one of the first laptops to conform to Intel’s Ultrabook specification.

More competition is to come, however, in the form of the Lenovo IdeaPad U300 S, Acer Aspire S3and, potentially, others from the likes of HP and Dell.Asus has done a terrific job with the Zenbook’s design – even if you have to acknowledge that the designer took more than a sneaky glance at Apple’s ultraportable first.

The aluminium silver lid boasts a distinctive concentric circle design that catches and reflects the surrounding light. Befitting the name, the Zenbook’s simple, sleek finish gives it a premium look that keeps getting better as soon as you lift the lid.

As well as the 13.3-inch UX31 from £999, there’s an 11.6-inch UX21 version that costs from £849.


11. Acer Aspire S3 – from $1400

Acer aspire s3

Acer has announced its slim, light and powerful Acer Aspire S3 laptop, which kick starts a slew of Intel Ultrabooks that are about to take the market by storm. We got our hands on an early pre-production model to find out how this early flagship portable is shaping up.

The 13.1-inch Aspire S3 is beautifully styled, and a guaranteed head turner. It attracted interested comments and questions wherever we took it, as friends and strangers looked jealously at the clean, thin lines and classy aluminium body.

Aside from the quad-core Intel Core i7 2637M 1.7GHz processor is a 500GB hard drive, which offers enough storage for day-to-day use.

The Acer Aspire S3 is an impressive portable laptop that offers superb power in an incredibly lightweight design.


12. Sony VAIO S Series – from $1560

Sony vaio s series

The Sony VAIO VPC-SB1V9E is Sony’s latest power ultra-portable laptop but it’s unusual for Sony – it falls into the business-oriented VAIO S-Series range.

At 13.3 inches, it’s a comfortable display to work on for extended periods. We were also impressed by the vivid colour reproduction, because images usually appear a little drained without a glossy Super-TFT coating. The 1366 x 768 resolution keeps things sharp, with excellent contrast levels.

Our benchmark tests proved that this is the most powerful ultra-portable laptop we’ve seen so far. Multitasking even with intensive business software is little effort for the VAIO VPC-SB1V9E, although the laptop’s fans do whine when it’s busy, which proves rather distracting in quiet environments.

Impressively, Sony has also shoved an AMD Mobility Radeon HD 6470M graphics card into its VAIO S-Series laptops. While we can’t imagine anyone doing much gaming on these ultra-portables, the extra graphical grunt is perfect for any design professionals who wish to edit video or run similar multimedia software.


13. Samsung 9 Series – from $2000

Samsung 9 series

Samsung had a great 2010, producing a series of highly impressive machines. But it got a little left behind in the ultra-portable stakes. Here to rectify this is the long-awaited Samsung 900XSA – otherwise known as the Samsung 9 Series.

Boasting a gorgeous design and excellent power courtesy of an Intel Sandy Bridge Core i5 processor, portability is king here. A subtly brushed aluminium finish gives the laptop a truly high-end look and feel and, although it does attract fingerprints, dust and dirt don’t stick to the surface at all.

Powering the laptop is an Intel Core i5 chip from the latest Sandy Bridge generation, accompanied by 4GB of memory. This comes from Intel’s latest line of mobile processors and proved exceptionally powerful in testing.

Two Intel technologies are responsible for the power. Hyperthreading allows you to multitask your workload faster than ever before, while Turbo Boost automatically increases or decreases the speed the processor runs at to match your performance requirements.

Performance is also key for an ultra-portable laptop, and the 900XSA delivers here courtesy of the Intel Core i5 processor. Everyday performance is all conquering, and graphically the laptop is also very powerful as well. You won’t be playing the latest gaming titles, but being able to edit HD movies on the laptop demonstrates the performance available.


14. MacBook Air 13-inch 2011 – from $2100

MacBook air

So here we are with the 13-inch 2011 MacBook Air running the new Mac OS X 10.7 Lion operating system. For the components involved, it’s an expensive system. But as with all Macs, it’s the sum of its parts that gets everyone excited – and this time, it’s with just cause.

There’s no doubt about it – this is a superb-looking and performing machine on which Apple has finally managed to bestow the performance that its appearance and price deserve.

The great news is that the new models don’t lack for performance. Even the base models are stacked. The off-the-shelf models come with the blistering Core i5 1.6 GHz (11-inch, £849/£999 depending on memory and SSD) or 1.7 GHz (13-inch, £1,099/£1,349 depending on memory and SSD) variants.

Both Core i5s are dual-core with 3MB shared L3 cache. The 1.7GHz version in the 13-inch has 4GB of DDR3.

If it’s high-end task-orientated or gaming performance you want, you need a MacBook Pro. If you don’t need that extra oomph, a MacBook Air is one of the finest laptops on the market. Sleek. Powerful. A real statement and pretty handy at every common task. But you’re digging pretty deep for the pleasure of owning one.


15.Sony VAIO Z Series – from $4200

Sony vaio z series

Despite being cursed by a name that’s less catchy than an N-Dubz tune, this is an excellent little 13.1-inch PC laptop that we’d happily use as our everyday computer.

That is, if we happened to have a spare couple of grand knocking around, priced as it is at US $4200.

We’ve seen a lot of ultra-portable laptops lately, from the sleek and sexy Samsung 900XSA to the business-oriented Lenovo ThinkPad X1. It’s impressive how much power you can now cram into a tiny frame, ably demonstrated by the new Apple MacBook Air 2011, which squeezes Intel’s Sandy Bridge technology into something as thin as your finger.

The 13.1-inch Sony VAIO VPC-Z21V9E also manages this feat. It’s a little chunkier than the Apple MacBook Air 2011 and Samsung 9 Series, but at 20mm it’s still a slender machine. Best of all, it weighs just 1.18kg – less than most netbooks we’ve used.


Best Laptop 2011: Gaming Power

16. Alienware M11x – from $1550

Alienware m11x

Alienware is one of the biggest manufacturers of gaming laptops and has gone from strength to strength since its acquisition by Dell. The M11x is the smallest laptop in the company’s range and has just been updated with a powerful new Intel Sandy Bridge processor for playing the latest titles.

While the previous M11x had an Intel Core 2 Duo processor, which would struggle to run some of today’s demanding games, this update features Intel’s latest Sandy Bridge technology.

We were impressed by the high frame rates when playing resource-crushing action and driving games, although the internal fans do get loud at times. Still, you can always drown that out with the sound of gunfire.

Games also look amazing, with the Nvidia GT 540M graphics card coping admirably even on high detail levels.The 11.6-inch display is rather compact for a gaming machine, but the sharp 1366 x 768-pixel resolution makes it a moot point. Images are crisp, clear and colourful, and you’ll be blown away playing games such as Crysis 2.

If you’re serious about gaming and need an entertainment machine to take on the road whenever you want, the Alienware M11x is a great solution.


17. Medion Erazer X6813 – from $1550

Medion erazer

The biggest asset that Medion has given its Erazer X6813 is pure gaming performance. As our 3DMark 11 scores indicate, that GTX 460M under the hood does a sterling job with bleeding edge rendering techniques such as tessellation, bokeh filtering and advanced dynamic shadows and lighting. It’s a capable Fermi card with solid architecture.

The bottom line for the GTX 460M inside this Medion Erazer X6813 is that playing new games at max settings shouldn’t be a problem, even at the screen’s native resolution of 1920 x 1080.

Of course, it has help from the Intel Core i7 2630QM CPU, too. With four cores of eight threads at its disposal, and a Turbo Boosted running speed of 2.9GHz, it’s one mighty fine piece of Sandy Bridge silicon.

Medion has done a lot right with the Erazer X6813 gaming notebook. A Sandy Bridge CPU isn’t to be sniffed at and will excel in multithreaded applications, thanks to its eight available threads. The component that gamers really care about is the GPU, and again Medion is on the money by sticking an Nvidia GeForce GTX 460M inside the Erazer X6813.


18. Toshiba Qosmio X770 – from $2350

Toshiba qosmio x770

Toshiba’s latest gaming laptop, the Qosmio X770, promises super-speedy response times, mega-powerful processing and 3D visuals that will blow your mind. With a 17.3-inch Full HD screen, the Toshiba Qosmio X770 rocks a quad-core Intel i7 processor alongside 8GB of memory and a 500GB hard drive.

The stereoscopic 3D graphics are powered by an Nvidia GeForce GTX 560M graphics card with 1.5GB of dedicated GDDR5 memory, which all sounds like a perfect 3D graphical storm.

As well as 3D gaming, the laptop has a Blu-ray drive for 3D movie playback, can do 2D to 3D conversion and even has dual HD webcams so you can video chat in 3D, if that’s the sort of thing that floats your boat.

Music and movie playback should be pretty nice with integrated Harman Kardon speakers and subwoofer working alongside the Dolby Digital Advanced Audio.


19. Alienware M18X – from $2600

Alienware m18x

The latest release from Dell-owned Alienware, the M18X, is a behemoth with enough power to run any game under the sun without so much as a flicker. But you’ll have to have deep pockets to get your hands on one.

Even getting the M18X out of the box is a challenge, thanks to its 438 x 311 x 52mm dimensions and a back-breaking weight of 5.7kg. This machine was designed to dominate your desk. As expected, it sticks to the Alienware design, which we love, but won’t be to everyone’s taste.

Our review sample came with an AMD Radeon HD 6900M and scored a mind-blowing 19,056 during our intensive gaming benchmark test.

While the sheer power of the machine keeps games running perfectly, the 18.4-inch screen made playing on the M18X a truly immersive experience. The Super-TFT screen is like a window into your games. It’s extremely bright and the 1920 x 1080-pixel resolution keeps the most complex graphics razor sharp.

The laptop was powerful, but RAM and storage space were poor. This was disappointing and, although you can customise the amount of storage, we would expect more than 250GB and 4GB of RAM for £1,699.


20. Asus Automobili Lamborghini VX7 – from $3000

Asus lamborghini

There was a genuine air of excitement when the Asus Automobili Lamborghini VX7 rolled into the office.

A Lamborghini Gallardo boasts a 552bhp V10 engine and its namesake is running the laptop equivalent – an Intel Core i7-2630QM CPU, Nvidia GeForce GTX 460QM GPU and 8GB of RAM.

Not everyone will be a fan of the chunky design and, if you like your laptops slim and svelte, this isn’t the machine for you. The design also means that it’s incredibly heavy at 3.9kg and even if you wanted to carry it round, the dimensions make it hard to fit comfortably into a bag.

Even though you’re consigned to a desk, usability is fantastic. The 15.6-inch Super-TFT screen is bright and it runs at a native pixel resolution of 1920 x 1080, so even the most complex websites and dense pictures are rendered in extremely sharp detail.

Understandably, cost is a factor and, although it’s not quite the £160,000 needed for a real Lamborghini, the asking price of the VX7 is pretty steep. But if you can afford it, this is a fantastically designed piece of kit that will easily satisfy all your computing needs.

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Most Popular Websites by Traffic – Top 100 Sites

Most Popular Websites by Traffic – Top 100 Sites

most popular websites by traffic

Most Popular Websites by Traffic

Top 100 Sites from around the world, ranked as per Unique Visitors. All data is collected by Google and thus keep Google out of the rank. We all know Big G is number one by far. Except Google, Facebook is on top position in all categories with 880 million unique visitors and 910 billion page views. Youtube is in second position with around 800 million UV. Yahoo in third and Live is at fourth position. Chinese SE Baidu gone down to eight position, while Microsoft search engine Bing stepped up to 9th position. QQ web portal is holding its amazing 11th spot, while twitter is under ranked in 16th spot.



Most Popular Websites by Traffic

Site Category Unique Visitors (users) Reach Page Views
1 Social Networks 880,000,000 47.20% 910,000,000,000
2 Online Video 800,000,000 42.70% 100,000,000,000
3 Web Portals 660,000,000 35.30% 77,000,000,000
4 Search Engines 550,000,000 29.30% 36,000,000,000
5 Dictionaries & Encyclopedias 490,000,000 26.20% 7,000,000,000
6 Web Portals 450,000,000 24% 15,000,000,000
7 Blogging Resources & Services 410,000,000 21.90% 5,400,000,000
8 Search Engines 340,000,000 18% 110,000,000,000
9 Search Engines 340,000,000 18.30% 11,000,000,000
10 Software 340,000,000 18.30% 2,700,000,000
11 Web Portals 280,000,000 15% 44,000,000,000
12 Search Engines 210,000,000 11.20% 2,000,000,000
13 Classifieds 190,000,000 10.30% 30,000,000,000
14 Multimedia Software 170,000,000 9.20% 1,000,000,000
15 Blogging Resources & Services 170,000,000 9.20% 1,000,000,000
16 Email & Messaging 160,000,000 8.40% 6,000,000,000
17 Online Video 160,000,000 8.40% 3,600,000,000
18 Search Engines 160,000,000 8.40% 3,600,000,000
19 Web Portals 140,000,000 7.60% 5,900,000,000
20 Web Portals 140,000,000 7.70% 6,500,000,000
21 Windows OS 130,000,000 7% 540,000,000
22 Web Portals 120,000,000 6.30% 7,200,000,000
23 Online Video 120,000,000 6.30% 2,700,000,000
24 Shopping 120,000,000 6.30% 4,400,000,000
25 Mac OS 110,000,000 5.80% 1,100,000,000
26 Auctions 110,000,000 5.80% 10,000,000,000
27 Search Engines 89,000,000 4.80% 2,300,000,000
28 Internet Clients & Browsers 87,000,000 4.70% 590,000,000
29 Web Portals 87,000,000 4.70% 30,000,000,000
30 Merchant Services & Payment Systems 82,000,000 4.40% 1,700,000,000
31 Apparel 81,000,000 4.30% 2,100,000,000
32 Web Portals 81,000,000 4.40% 3,300,000,000
33 How-To‚ DIY & Expert Content 81,000,000 4.30% 600,000,000
34 Photo & Image Sharing 81,000,000 4.30% 1,700,000,000
35 Online Media 80,000,000 4.30% 1,100,000,000
36 Online Games 80,000,000 4.30% 4,800,000,000
37 Social Networks 74,000,000 4% 2,300,000,000
38 File Sharing & Hosting 74,000,000 4% 2,000,000,000
39 Online Media 73,000,000 3.90% 810,000,000
40 Web Portals 72,000,000 3.90% 5,300,000,000
41 Social Networks 72,000,000 3.90% 4,400,000,000
42 Online Media 68,000,000 3.60% 540,000,000
43 World News 67,000,000 3.60% 2,700,000,000
44 Online Video 67,000,000 3.60% 540,000,000
45 Social Networks 67,000,000 3.60% 53,000,000,000
46 Consumer Electronics 67,000,000 3.60% 450,000,000
47 Classifieds 66,000,000 3.50% 24,000,000,000
48 How-To‚ DIY & Expert Content 61,000,000 3.30% 280,000,000
49 Weather 61,000,000 3.20% 1,200,000,000
50 File Sharing & Hosting 60,000,000 3.20% 2,500,000,000
50 File Sharing & Hosting 60,000,000 3.20% 2,500,000,000
51 Movie Reference 60,000,000 3.20% 1,200,000,000
52 60,000,000 3.20% 1,500,000,000
53 General Reference 60,000,000 3.20% 250,000,000
54 Web Services 59,000,000 3.20% 3,300,000,000
55 Search Engines 56,000,000 3% 1,200,000,000
56 Email & Messaging 55,000,000 2.90% 19,000,000,000
57 Casual Games 55,000,000 3% 4,000,000,000
58 Web Portals 55,000,000 3% 5,400,000,000
59 55,000,000 2.90% 180,000,000
60 Import & Export 54,000,000 2.90% 1,100,000,000
61 Voice & Video Chat 54,000,000 2.90% 490,000,000
62 Dating & Personals 51,000,000 2.70% 5,900,000,000
63 Social Networks 51,000,000 2.70% 160,000,000
64 Broadcast & Network News 50,000,000 2.70% 1,300,000,000
65 Online Video 50,000,000 2.70% 780,000,000
66 Translation Tools & Resources 50,000,000 2.70% 790,000,000
67 Search Engines 46,000,000 2.50% 14,000,000,000
68 Web Portals 45,000,000 2.40% 2,100,000,000
69 Social Networks 45,000,000 2.40% 3,300,000,000
70 File Sharing & Hosting 45,000,000 2.40% 490,000,000
71 Web Apps & Online Tools 45,000,000 2.40% 490,000,000
72 Computer Hardware 45,000,000 2.40% 660,000,000
73 Shopping Portals & Search Engines 45,000,000 2.40% 4,000,000,000
74 Web Portals 45,000,000 2.40% 870,000,000
75 DVD & Video Rentals 45,000,000 2.40% 2,500,000,000
76 Software 45,000,000 2.40% 370,000,000
77 Blogging Resources & Services 42,000,000 2.20% 1,100,000,000
78 Antivirus & Malware 42,000,000 2.20% 800,000,000
79 Merchant Services & Payment Systems 42,000,000 2.30% 2,000,000,000
80 Web Portals 41,000,000 2.20% 3,000,000,000
81 Photo & Video Sharing 41,000,000 2.20% 600,000,000
82 Banking 41,000,000 2.20% 2,500,000,000
83 Search Engines 41,000,000 2.20% 170,000,000
84 File Sharing & Hosting 41,000,000 2.20% 370,000,000
85 41,000,000 2.20% 130,000,000
86 Webcams & Virtual Tours 41,000,000 2.20% 140,000,000
87 Blogging Resources & Services 41,000,000 2.20% 1,700,000,000
88 Social Networks 38,000,000 2% 14,000,000,000
89 News 38,000,000 2% 1,700,000,000
90 Search Engines 38,000,000 2% 23,000,000,000
91 Casual Games 38,000,000 2% 780,000,000
92 Entertainment Media 38,000,000 2% 1,300,000,000
93 Social Networks 38,000,000 2% 92,000,000,000
94 38,000,000 2% 210,000,000
95 Blogging Resources & Services 38,000,000 2% 280,000,000
96 Local News 38,000,000 2% 450,000,000
97 Classifieds 37,000,000 2% 960,000,000
98 Banking 37,000,000 2% 2,500,000,000
99 Maps 37,000,000 2% 210,000,000
100 News 37,000,000 2% 870,000,000

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