Crooked I (@CrookedIntriago) feat Tena Jones (@tenajones4) – Nobody Cares

Crooked I drops off his brand visual for Nobody Cares featuring Tena Jones directed by Writers Wednesday. This is taken from Crooked I new album titled Apex Predator, which is out now on iTunes and also in stores.

Drake (@Drake) Nothing Was The Same Album Pushed Back

According to Amazon and Best Buy, Drake upcoming album Nothing Was The Same has been delayed for a week and now has a release date of September 24th. And also, Drake announced this morning that he will be performing at this year’s MTV Video Music Awards.

Irina Shayk’s Beach Bunny Swimwear Collection



Alien suede sandals



Shearling-trimmed quilted gilet



Lizard-effect leather weekend bag


Mark Zuckerberg And Other Tech Execs Are Looking To Give 5 Billion People Internet Access

Elite Daily — by Sean Levinson V Aug 21, 2013

Mark Zuckerberg And Other Tech Execs Are Looking To Give 5 Billion People Internet AccessMark Zuckerberg is leading a new project to provide Internet access to underdeveloped countries by significantly lowering the cost of connecting to the web. is a collaborative effort involving some of the biggest tech companies on earth, including Nokia, Samsung, Ericsson and chip designer Qualcomm.

The primary goal is to make the Internet affordable for roughly five billion impoverished people in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

Facebook is currently trying to alter the programming of its mobile app so that it requires less bandwidth and is therefore cheaper to run.

The mobile companies are trying to make handsets that have longer battery lives and draw less Internet bandwidth.

article-2398627-1B63B5C9000005DC-891_634x328-1According to Daily Mail, Zuckerberg hopes to reduce the cost of Internet access by 99% in ten years.

“The goal of is to make Internet access available to the two-thirds of the world who are not yet connected and to bring the same opportunities to everyone that the connected third of the world has today,” Zuckerberg said.

The project’s main focus is smartphone connectivity, as billions of people in under-developed nations already use cell phones to communicate. Mobile phones are also cheaper than PCs and are more practical Internet sources in areas with unreliable electricity. has been live since this morning. The project’s website features an excerpt from a 1963 speech by John F. Kennedy set to images of impoverished people and regions.


Currently, Jaguar offers the F-Type in three trims:

F-Type: 3.0L Supercharged V6 engine with 340 hp, 0-60 time of 5.1 seconds, and a top speed of 161 mph. Starts at $69,000

F-Type S: 3.0L Supercharged V6 engine with 380 hp, 0-60 time of 4.8 seconds, and a top speed of 171 mph. Starts at $81,000

F-Type V8 S: 5.0L V8 engine with 495 hp, 0-60 time of 4.2 seconds, and a top speed of 186 mph. Starts at $92,000

Other highlighted features include intelligent stop/start, an Active Exhaust button to amplify the engine note (optional on entry level V6), Eight-Speed Quickshift Automatic Transmission with Paddle Shifters, a soft top that folds in 12 seconds at up to 30 mph, Dynamic Launch Mode for track driving, and two sound system options (10 speaker 380-watt/12 speaker 770-watt) from British Hi-Fi manufacturer Meridian.

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