Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony

GTA IV: The Ballad of Gay Tony (TBOGT) is Rockstar’s love letter to all its fans who thought GTA IV was too serious, sober and boring. It’s totally outrageous and over-the-top in every way possible.

In TBOGT you play as Louis Lopez, a Dominican who’s just made it big in Liberty City thanks to his mentor and "business partner", Tony Prince AKA Gay Tony who’s one of Liberty City’s most successful club owners owning the town’s hottest gay and straight bar simultaneously.

Sadly his rep has been diminishing in recent times and business isn’t doing too well. To make matters worse Tony finds himself embroiled with all the wrong kinds of people and here’s where you, Louis, step in to save the day.

Acer Liquid-First Acer Gadget on Google Android 1.6 Platform

Acer has introduced its new smartphone series ‘Liquid’. ‘Liquid’ is claimed to be the world’s first Qualcomm Snapdragon processor-based.
                                  Acer Smart Handheld Business Group (SHBG)’s India Country Head Richard Tan said that Liquid exemplifies speed in style and will please the style-seeking smartphone consumer.
                                  Also, said to be the world’s first Android 1.6 high definition smartphone, Liquid bolsters a set of unique features developed by Acer and its partners that include improved power management and a new user interface.

Samsung Launched Corby S3650

  Samsung Launched Samsung Corby (model: S3650), a mobile phone designed to support the digitally connected lifestyles of today’s young mobile users.
                          The Samsung Corby is a full-touch handset that places users at the center of the social media revolution with a wide range of social networks support, such as Facebook, Twitter and MySpace. The new mobile complements the company’s touch screen strategy, “touch for every lifestyle,” by targeting the youth market.

Nokia Launches two New Phones ..Nokia 6700 Classic and Nokia 6300 Classic

In the camera-phone department, Nokia has regularly lagged behind Sony’s Cyber-shot series and Samsung’s high-end handsets. The company is not seeking to reverse its fortunes with two new offerings, the Nokia 6700 Classic and the Nokia 6303 Classic.
The 6700 is the big brother of the two, featuring a 5-megapixel sensor while the 6303 settles for 3.15-megapixel pictures. Both cameras are equipped with autofocus and LED flash, and can shoot VGA video footage at 15 frames per second.
While both phones come with a 2.2-inch screen that displays 16 million colours at a resolution of 240x320 pixels, the 6700 also has an accelerometer fitted underneath to auto-rotate the screen when you change your orientation.
The 6303, on the other hand, is a bit more music-minded as it features a 3.5-mm audio jack to connect your favourite headphones.