The Best Images of Hummer

Hummer was a brand of trucks marketed since 1992 by AM General when it began selling the civilian version of the M998 High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV or Hum-Vee).

In 1998 General Motors purchased the brand name and marketed three vehicles: the original Hummer H1, based on the military High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV, or Humvee), and the Hummer H2 and the Hummer H3 models that were based on other, smaller civilian-market GM platforms

The business viability of the Hummer brand was under review by GM management since 2008. The brand was not transferred to Motors Liquidation Company as part of the GM bankruptcy in 2009; instead, it was retained by GM in order to investigate selling the brand

Chinese automaker Sichuan Tengzhong Heavy Industrial Machinery Company announced in 2009 that it would acquire the Hummer brand, pending government approvals. However, the Chinese industrial equipment maker withdrew its bid after failing to win approval from Chinese regulators.According to Reuters, the Ministry of Commerce of the People’s Republic of China rejected the deal on February 24, 2010,but a spokesperson for ministry denies that it rejected the application that has been stalled for eight months.




The Best Porsche Models.

All Porsche Car Models, Images, Information Available here


Boxster S

Boxster Spyder


Cayman S


Panamera 4

Panamera S

Panamera 4S

Panamera Turbo


Cayenne S

Cayenne S Hybird

Caynne Turbo

New Ferrari SA APERTA unveiled

Here is a completed list of the Paris Motor Show 2010 with New Ferrari SA APERTA images.


RIM Introduces the New BlackBerry Curve 3G Smartphone in Singapore

New addition to the globally popular BlackBerry Curve series is fast, easy-to-use, richly-featured and BlackBerry 6 ready

Singapore – Research In Motion (RIM) (NASDAQ: RIMM; TSX: RIM) today announced the new BlackBerry  Curve  3G, an exciting addition to the popular BlackBerry Curve series of smartphones. Designed to provide the growing mass of smartphone purchasers with a distinctly powerful, approachable and affordable choice, the BlackBerry Curve 3G supports high-speed 3G (HSDPA) networks around the world and gives users the exceptional communications features they need to accomplish more than ever, when they’re at home, at work and everywhere in-between.

“The BlackBerry Curve 3G is both an accessible and feature-rich smartphone, which will be popular with customers in Singapore who highly value communications and productivity tools that help them get ahead of their day. With the ability to connect to 3G and Wi-Fi networks, users can access information and communicate quickly with the people that matter most, as well as take advantage of useful features like built-in GPS to share their location on BBM and social networking sites,” said Gregory Wade, Managing Director, South East Asia, RIM.

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Facebook denies building smartphone

Facebook has denied several reports that it is developing a smartphone, in a move which would up the competition between itself and major rivals, Google and Apple.

Reports yesterday alleged that Facebook is developing smartphone software, according to a “source with knowledge of the project”.

Yesterday TechCrunch, a technology specialist site, ran a saying the company was developing mobile phone software, citing a “source with knowledge of the project”.

Technology blog Techcrunch reported: “Facebook is building a mobile phone, says a source who has knowledge of the project. Or rather, they’re building the software for the phone and working with a third party to actually build the hardware. Which is exactly what Apple and everyone else does, too…”

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Twitter unveils multimedia-friendly redesign

Microblogging site Twitter will now support photos and videos shared by users directly from the Twitter homepage

The new-look website will feature a multimedia pane, containing videos and photos that can be viewed from within the browser while also reading tweets

The new-look website, which was unveiled last night, features a new viewing ‘pane’ that will display videos and photos, shared through Twitter by its users, directly within the homepage.

Previously, users had to click away from to view pictures and video on third-party sites, such as TwitPic or yFrog. The images and videos will be displayed alongside tweets from a user’s Twitter stream.

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UK video game sales chart

UK game sales chart: the multiformat top 10 best selling video games in the UK. Data supplied by ELSPA.

1. Mafia II (-1)

The open-world template which Mafia II uses to tell its tale may be showing its age, but it doesn’t get in the way of one enjoying 2K’s epic tale of organised crime. The game’s compelling narrative, stunning action setpieces and beautifully realised game world envelope the player, drawing them in and refusing to let go. Mafia II is certainly not a contender for GTA’s crown, and as was the case with its predecessor, it’s not trying to be. From its opening look at a child growing up in poverty to its closing snapshot, themes of gain and sacrifice, of loyalty and betrayal, are always at the forefront.

2. Tom Clancy’s H.A.W.X. 2 video game review (▲10)

An arcade flight sim aimed at the fan base of Top Gun rather than the hardcore, Tom Clancy’s H.A.W.X. 2 is still a challenging and enjoyable affair. The story is convoluted and nonsensical and mission design is lacking in places but the core dogfighting action is top notch. It also boasts a co-op four-player mode which, if your mates are willing to put the work in, is the most fun you can have while yelling: “There’s a bogey on my tail!!”

3. Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days (▼ 2)

Proving once and for all you can’t keep a bad man (or two) down, inept professional criminals Kane and Lynch return for a new adventure, Dog Days. This time around the action is set in Shanghai and involves the pair fleeing for their lives after accidentally killing the daughter of a particularly nasty Triad boss. The game’s visual style establishes new levels of grit: all the action is presented as though it was filmed by someone carrying a knackered camera phone and then uploaded to YouTube. The visuals are grainy and lo-fi, and when the action moves, the camera shakes as it follows it. The run and gun action is fast and furious and the multiplayer mode offers a satisfying experience in which players can betray each other during heists and bag a bigger share of loot.

4. Toy Story 3 (-4)

The video game tie-in for Pixar’s latest movie featuring Woody and Buzz Lightyear bucks the trend for games of this type by being actually rather good. The game’s story mode will delight fans of the film and gamers alike, but it’s the game’sToy Box mode which makes it truly shine. Players plop down in a free-roaming expanse of dust land based on Woody’s Roundup, the fictional cowboy town seen in the films and take on the job of sheriff, helping out Mayor Hamm and the townsfolk while expanding the settlement; building schools, barbers and banks. This is game that understand the essence of fun better than most children’s games, and is has enough content to keep adults glued to it too.

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