Gmail geting blocked


China is blocking Gmail?

What would you do if you woke up one day, and you couldn’t log into your Gmail account and check your email? Well, it’s seems that Chinese are experiencing that problem for the last few days.

Google have found no technical issues on their side, it appears that China is the problem in this case. According to Google, users haven’t experienced any type of common technical problems such as inability to login, errors when sending mail or malfunction of instant messaging. Therefore, Google blames the problem is coming directly from China. It appears that the government isn’t pleased that their people are using Google’s services, especially after Google refused to censor search results for banned websites.

Toshiba launches 14-inch LCD USB monitor

Toshiba has launched a new portable monitor only powered by an USB port. It has a 14-inch LCD screen boasts a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. Its portability and low supply voltage does not allow excellent technical performance. The PA3923U-1LC3 has a response time of just 16 milliseconds and disappointingly quite a weak contrast of 400:1 ratio.


Video input is also on the USB port without the need for a VGA, DVI or a HDMI cable. The monitor is compatible with Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 and the market price is $200. The awesomeness of the monitor starts when you consider that it weighs only 2.8 pounds and there you can find an adjustable stand for your comfort.

Read more: Toshiba launches 14-inch LCD USB monitor | GadgetLite – Latest gadgets and technology news http://www.gadgetlite.com/2011/03/24/toshiba-launches-14-inch-lcd-usb/#ixzz1HcVyE6qI
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