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Train Discography [1998-2012]

The discography of Train, a San Franciscan pop rock band, consists of six studio albums, two live albums, two video albums, five extended plays, 
twenty-one singles, three promotional singles and twenty-one music videos. Train formed in 1994. Two years later they independently released 
their eponymous first studio album, Train, and another two years later, in February 1998, it was released on the Aware/Columbia Records label.
Train has sold over four million albums in the United States alone. They are known for singles such as “Meet Virginia”, “Calling All Angels”, 
the two-time Grammy Award-winning “Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)”, and their biggest hit to date, the multi-platinum 2010 single, “Hey, Soul Sister”.

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Westlife Discrography [1999-2011]

The discography of the Irish pop quartet Westlife contains ten studio albums, one compilation album, two box sets, twenty-nine singles. Official Charts Company certified sales show that Westlife have sold 20.2 million records and videos in the United Kingdom alone across their 14-year career - 6.8 million singles, 11.9 million albums and 1.5 million videos. Their biggest selling album is their first ‘Unbreakable’ compilation, followed by ‘Coast To Coast’, with six of their albums selling one million copies or more. Their biggest selling video is ‘Where Dreams Come True’, which has sold 240,000 copies to date.

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SlideMode Makes It Easier To Select Text With The Trackpad [Mac]

The brilliant gesture support in OS X Lion is best complemented through the usage of Apple’s Magic Trackpad, or vice versa, should you prefer it that way. If you’re on a MacBook, you get a trackpad anyway. The gestures are all excellent, highly convenient and make you, well, feel like a ninja when you use them. But, as they say, all good things come at a cost, and there is one thing that is slightly difficult to manage with the trackpad – text selection. SlideMode is a free Mac app that makes this easier and adds two other simple tweaks for users who don’t have a trackpad. What the app basically does is make selecting text easier for you, whether you’re using a mouse or trackpad.

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Blio Is An eBook Reader & Manager That Lets You View eBooks In Their Original Formatting [Review]

Reading a publication on an electronic device rather than a paper book has been termed both better and worse by different groups of book lovers. Paper book readers argue that reading a book using an electronic device, such as Amazon’s Kindle or Barnes & Noble’s Nook, does not ‘feel’ as right as reading a paper book. Whereas, a very strong argument against paper books is their effect on the environment, as massive amounts of trees are needed to produce that amount of paper. Nevertheless, the fact remains that eBook software they do not reproduce content exactly as intended by the author. Blio is an eBook reader that lets you read the books just as their authors formatted and designed them. Other than reading books, the application allows you to manage your eBook library, bookmark favorite books, look up the meaning of words and phrases within books on the internet, highlight selected content, add notes and more. You can also use the built-in text-to-speech feature to let the application read books aloud. More on Blio after the break.

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Jay Sean - Hit the Lights [2012] [Album]

Hit the Lights is a Japan only compilation album released by Universal Music Group. 
The album’s name come from his single Hit the Lights. 
The album features singles and unreleased songs by Jay Sean some of which appear on his mixtape, The Mistress.

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Jay Sean - The Mistress [Mix-Tape]

The UK’s very own Young Money rep releases a free mixtape before dropping his upcoming album “Freeze Time”.

The mixtape titled “The Mistress” features Lupe Fiasco, Birdman and Tyga.
Check out The Mistress download, tracklist and stream after the jump.

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Akon - Hurt Somebody

A brand new track from Akon. Hurt Somebody featuring French Montana.

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Samsung Galaxy S III: 6 ‘Human’ Features [Review]

In what might be the most inadvertently silly tagline in smartphone history, Samsung says the Galaxy S III is “designed for humans.” No one’s designing phones for cats, so Samsung is obviously being more figurative here, meaning that the user interface and features on the phone better meet what people really want to do.

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Install Android 4.0 Using VirtualBox on Windows, Mac or Linux [How-To]

Here is a complete procedure to Install Android OS on PC or laptop. Its very common that almost all smartphones providers are now moving to android platform. This is because it has endless features, supports many applications and there are hundreds of new free and paid apps entering into the market everyday. Android OS is getting popular day by day. This being on one side, here is a short tutorial on how to install Android OS on your PC or Laptop.

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Mysites: Get Windows 8 Metro Start Screen-Like New Tab Page On Chrome [Review]

MySites, a Chrome extension, adds a Windows 8 Metro-inspired new start page to your browser that is fully customizable, with the most visited websites, apps and bookmarks speed dials. This slick extension gives you a personalized, stylish and practical start page with large, colorful, attractive tiles, which you can click to instantly access your most frequented websites and bookmarks. Additionally, MySites lets you search the web directly from the start page. The tile sizes are directly related to the number of visits, so the design allows you to quickly get from the new tab page to your desired websites with minimal friction.

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