10 Unusual Names of Celebrity Babies

The 30-year-old singer Beyonce Knowles and her husband rapper Jay Z  has given birth to a baby daughter  named  "Ivy Blue Carter". The name quickly became a treanding topic on twitter.

Actress Shannyn Sossamon has named her son "Audio Science" does it sounds like scientist or an alien.

Nicolas Cage is a comic book afacionado, and that's what inspired him to name his son "Kal-El", after Superman's birth name.

This one is also unique of them all, Actor Jason Lee has named his son "Pilot Inspektor" !

Singer-actress Jessica Simpson has delivered a baby girl named "Maxwell Drew Johnson". Maxi for short.

Ben Affleck's elder daughter get it's name from a color "Violet".

Clueless star Alicia Silverstone and husband Christopher Jarecki has a baby boy named "Bear Blu" a blue bear ofcourse.

David Beckham and wife Victoria Beckham has named their baby girl "Harper Seven". Seven is David's jersey number in England and Manchester United. 

Gwyneth Paltrow and musician husband Chris Martin named their daughter after a fruit "Apple" .

Actor Tom Cruise and wife Katie Holmes named their firstborn child as "Suri". In hebrew suri means princess and in persian it means red rose.

10 Top Gadgets of 2014 that Designers Will Want to Own

We reveal the clever gizmos designers across the globe will be drooling over this year. Will you succumb to any of these techie temptations?

2014 looks to be a great year for designer gadgets. From cool new cameras to the latest in wearable tech, there's tons of tempting new hardware out there. But is any of it any good? We've searched through thousands of new gadgets - some in the pipeline, some already on the market - to find the diamonds in the rough, and here they are. These are the 10 gadgets we reckon are worth checking out this year - although whether you actually part money for them is entirely a matter for you and your bank manager...

1. Poppy

Designer gadgets Poppy
Turn your iPhone into a 3D camera with Poppy

  • Price: $59.95
  • Available: Now
Poppy is an ultra-cool, Kickstarter-funded iPhone accessory that turns your Apple device into a 3D camera.
Working with iPhone 4, 4S, iPhone 5 and the fifth generation iPod Touch, you simply put your phone into the View-Master-esque device and Poppy captures two stereographic images using your iPhone's single camera.
You can also use Poppy to view 3D videos and photos on your iPhone - and even 3D movies on YouTube. And having no electronics (or needing any batteries) means that the cost is kept down: Poppy only costs $59.95. Looks like a lot of fun.

02. LaCie Christofle Sphère

Designer gadgets Lacie
Is this the most beautiful hard drive ever?

  • Price: $490
  • Available: Now
It's difficult to imagine a cooler hard drive than this one by LaCie.
Made to complement high-design computers such as Apple'sMac Pro, the silver-plated Sphère has been designed by luxury silversmiths Christofle. It's certainly a head-turning device, and with 1TB of storage and USB 3 (and no power cable), it's as useful as it is beautiful.
It's also worth looking at LaCie's other recent release – a USB 3 key designed by Constance Guisset.

03. Polaroid Social Matic

Designer gadgets Polaroid
A camera that looks like a camera app icon - how meta can you get?

  • Price: TBC
  • Available: TBC
The Polaroid Social Matic was of the most intriguing gadgets to emerge from CES, the annual Consumer Electronics Show held in Las Vegas last week. With a physical likeness to the Instagram app icon that will certainly turn heads, this Android-powered camera enables you to take shots and quickly share directly to social platforms.
The Social Matic has a 14-megapixel front and 2-megapixel rear camera, a 4.5-inch touchscreen and built-in Wi-Fi. But the real fun starts when you realise the Social Matic can print out your 2 x 3-inch snaps directly onto Zink (Zero Ink) paper. So you'll not only have a digital record of your shots, but also a physical one. Essentially then, it's a modern-day Polaroid.

04. Pebble Steel

Designer gadgets Pebble
Will Pebble win the battle of the smartwatches?

  • Price: $249
  • Available: Feb 2014
It's widely predicted that 2014 will be the year of wearable technology. But while we've already seen so-called 'smartwatches' from the likes of Sony and Samsung, we're betting that the new Pebble Steel will be the one to win the day.
As well as having all the cool apps and functionality, such as being able to take calls, read messages, control music and so on, the Pebble Steel actually looks the part with a steel or leather strap (both are included). And with Pebble soon to launch an app store, there's potentially loads of new apps on the horizon. Read a review of the Pebble Steel on our sister site here.

05. Mother

Designer gadgets Mother
Mother will watch over your home at all times. Not at all creepy...

  • Price: $222
  • Available: Now
One for the designer parents amongst you, Mother is a small, Russian doll-like device that connects to your home network and, in conjunction with 'Motion Cookies' (which can detect motion, temperature and location), enables you to monitor and track different areas of your life.
For instance, you might want to get an alert when your son or daughter gets home, or if there's movement detected in the house when you're not expecting it.
You could even attach a Motion Cookie to a toothbrush to monitor whether you (or your family) clean your teeth enough. Or attach one to your pills – the accelerometer in the Motion Cookie attached to the packet detecting whether you've taken your medication that day. There are literally hundreds of possibilities.

06. Wellograph

Designer gadgets Wellograph
If your New Year's resolution was to get fit, this may be the gadget for you

  • Price: Expected to be around $300
  • Available: Spring 2014
More wearable tech, the Wellograph is an activity tracker, heart rate monitor and running watch that gives you live information about your activity.
While the aluminium and leather design is stylish, and the display looks gorgeous, what makes Wellograph really cool is the way it displays your pulse, fitness, workout, steps and other data in simple infographics. It also nags you if you've been idle for too long.
Naturally, it pairs with an iOS and Android app to display your information in more detail. Definitely one to look out for if tracking fitness is your thing, the Wellograph arrives in spring this year.

07. URB-E

Designer gadgets URB-E
Will this be the coolest way for designers to get around in 2014?

  • Price: Expected to be $1,000-15,000
  • Available: TBC
Touting itself as the world's most compact e-vehicle, the URB-E may just be the ideal way to get to that next client meeting, or to just pop out and grab some coffee.
It may look slightly silly at first, but when you watch the video on the company's website you soon realise just how cool this vehicle is - and could make your commute a whole lot of fun.
The URB-E goes up to 15mph, is extremely compact and lightweight, has a 20 mile range (the company is developing charging stations for towns and cities) and it may even have a smartphone dock so you can slot your iPhone in.

08. Panono Camera

Designer gadgets Panono
It's a ball. It's a camera. Just think of the possibilities

  • Price: TBC
  • Available: TBC
Here's something a bit different. The Panono Camera is a ball with 36 cameras built in. You throw it in the air and the accelerometer inside the camera measures the launch acceleration to calculate when the camera is at its highest point and barely moving.
Then, all 36 cameras are triggered and the moment is captured. This means you get a 360-degree x 360-degree spherical image captured which you can then preview (panning around, rather like Google Street View) in the Panono app (iOS and Android) before stitching and sharing. Images are spat out at 108-megapixels.
A very interesting product that looks like a lot of fun, with huge potential for creative projects.

09. Nikon DF

Designer gadgets Nikon DF
Nikon has gone all back to the future on us for 2014

  • Price: $2,750
  • Available: Now
As camera technology gets better and better, it's rather strange that many companies are reverting back to the look and feel of older cameras. But trends are trends, and to be honest, we're not complaining… we love the retro look of many of Nikon and Olympus' new models.
Nikon's latest SLR with 'classic' styling, the DF, has a 16.2-megapixel full-frame FX-format image sensor, small body, traditional controls and is weatherproof. Beyond the specs (which you can read about on TechRadar here), it's a very nice looking camera indeed.

10. Neptune Pine

Neptune Pine
It doesn't connect to your phone. It IS your phone

  • Price: From $335
  • Available: March
Most smartwatches connect to another device to perform actions. For instance, the Samsung Galaxy Gear will connect to an S4 or Note 3 smartphone and enable you to answer calls or reply to messages on the device.
The Neptune Pine, however, is different - it actually IS a phone, as well as a watch. This enables you to make calls, send messages, take pictures and even post to social media sites directly from the device.
It's powered by Android Jelly Bean, and it is somewhat (er, very) large to have on your wrist. But it has a minimalist design and could, just maybe, replace your smartphone in future iterations. One for the early adopters. Read Tech Radar's full review here.
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10 Tricky Ways to Increase Website Traffic

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2. Tweet: Tweet 3-4 times per day with a shortened URL to your new content.  (Once ever 2 hours to not appear a spammer...)

3. Forum Marketing: Answer 2-3 questions per day on a forum that is similar to your niche. This brands YOU as a leader and with a nice signature box linking back to your site, this can generate some nice, interested traffic! (If you are into online entrepreneurship, WarriorForum is a great place to answer questions and receive some nice traffic!)

4. Youtube Video: Post a short video promoting your new content to Youtube. (Seeing as Youtube is the most visited video site on the web, this can create mass traffic!)

5. Tribe Syndication: Have your content syndicated thousands of times through a tribe and your content will easily get to the front page of Google--Which is a MASS traffic generator in itself. (I personally have my content syndicated to more than 700 different sites EVERY day using Tribepro. And it's only 10 bucks!)

6. Article Marketing Robot: This tool will submit your new content to more than 300 different article directories! (This will boost your traffic ridiculously..)

7. Facebook PPC: Although this can be costly, it can enable some INSANE traffic and good, quality leads! (I have a friend that is making crazy money doing it..)

8. Blog Commenting: Comment on like-minded user's blogs. Simply put! lol.

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Hope This will Help !!

10 Reasons Why People Don't Visit Your Web Site!

Today's feature article is:
10 Reasons Why People Don't Visit Your Web Site

1. You don't offer free original content. It's important
to give your visitors information they can't find any-
where else. If you're the only source for a certain type
of information, people will flock to your web site.

2. You don't offer free software. Most people like
to find good deals on software for their computers. If
the software is free, that is even better.

3. You don't offer a free contest or sweepstakes. It's
a fact, people like to win things. If you can fulfill that
need, people will stop by to visit.

4. You don't offer a free directory. Create a directory
of web sites on a particular topic that is related to your
target audience. People will visit because they will find
what they're looking for, all in one place.

5. You don't offer a free e-zine. Most people love to
get free information that they're interested in emailed
to them on a regular basis. This saves them time and

6. You don't offer a free community. People like to
have a place were they can have discussions with
others on a particular subject. You could add a chat
room or message board to your web site.

7. You don't offer a free affiliate program. One of
people's basic needs to survive is money. When you
offer them a free opportunity to make money they'll
line up to visit your web site.

8. You don't offer a free online utility. When you offer
a utility that can solve a problem, people will visit your
web site. The utility could be a free autoresponder,
e-mail account, search engine submission, etc.

9. You don't offer free current information. Supply
news stories related to your web site. People want
up-to-date news on the topics they are interested in.
They will also be interested in visiting your web site.

10. You don't offer free samples of your product
or service. Have you ever been to a store and you
jumped at the chance to get a free sample of food?
This same concept will also attract people to visit
your web site.

10 Tips That Will Sell Your Products Online Faster

Today's feature article is:
10 Ways That Will Sell Your Products Online Faster

1. Consulting-Give your customers advice on topics

related to your product or service. You can consult

via e-mail, message board or chat room.

2. e-Book-Compile related product information or
instructions into an ebook. You could publish it in
text, pdf, html or exe format.

3. Customer's Only Discussion Board-Make a place
online for your customers to communicate about
your business or similar information.

4. E-mail Newsletter-Publish an informative e-zine
that keeps your customers informed of important
or helpful information related to their purchase.

5. Private Web Site-Give access to a private part
of your web site were customers can find helpful
information non customers can't access.

6. Download Software-Allow your customers to
download software that's similar to or compliments
their main purchase.

7. Online Utility-Give customers a web utility that
will make their life easier. It can be a calculator,
graphic creator, web site submitter, etc.

8. Chat Room Class-Teach your customers how to
better use your product or about a subject that
relates to their purchase.

9. Online Video-Allow customers to download or
view a related how-to video or informative seminar
right over the internet.

10. Online Audio-Allow customers to download
and listen to a recording of an expert that is being
interviewed right over the internet.

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