Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Better Late Than Never TV Review


The new NBC tv entertainment show Better Late Than Never finally got a release date. Better Late Than Never is based on the Korean show Grandpas Over Flowers and is produced by NBC Universal Television in association with Storyline Entertainment. Better Late Than Never will be released on Tuesday after 10 p.m. America's Got Talent, from 23 August.

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Android 7.0 Nougat

Android Nougat wallpaper

Google has launched the Android 7.0 Nougat, which for the moment is only available on the latest devices of the Nexus family and is excluded for example the acclaimed Nexus 5 of 2013. This new version introduces several small changes, the scope of which however it is not comparable to that seen in the jump from version 5 to 6.

Google Classroom: The Online School

Google Classroom, the platform of the famous American company that brings together Google Apps for Education and a range of tools to manage classes and content, has today released one of its updates that arrive regularly in the summer, just in time before the next beginning school year.

Barcelona: 5 Outdoor Attractions in the Catalan Capital

Barcelona travel wallpaper images

Hugging the eastern coast of Spain, Barcelona’s organized grid of streets gives way to a number of delightful tourist attractions in the open. The Catalonian capital has a reputation as a bustling urban center, filled with renowned architecture, gourmet restaurants, lively clubs, and a thriving nightlife. Yet visitors won’t have to look far to enjoy the sights that the city has to offer while taking in the city’s fresh sea air.

Monday, August 22, 2016

Shopping in Kolkata New Market

New Market Kolkata shopping travel

New Market is a business sector in Kolkata situated on Lindsay Street. In fact, it alluded to an encased market yet today in local speech and the whole Lindsay Street shopping region is frequently known as New Market. A percentage of the most punctual English quarters of Calcutta were in a range referred to then as Dalhousie Square. Tiretti Bazaar and Lalbazar close-by were the standard shopping centres of the British.