Finally I’ve Got My Device..The Samsung Galaxy Note II GT N7100..\m/

Hey there,

After an year of serious research & reviews of many Smartphones Brands/Models, Finally I’ve found my device The Samsung Galaxy Note II. The device has an amazing performance n is just awesome, I just loved it & I’ll definitely recommend this superb handheld machine to my friends as well..:)

Front

Device Details (From Gsmarena.com)

Features OS Android OS, v4.1.1 (Jelly Bean)
Chipset Exynos 4412 Quad
CPU Quad-core 1.6 GHz Cortex-A9
GPU Mali-400MP4
Sensors Accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer
Messaging SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM, RSS
Browser HTML5
Radio Stereo FM radio with RDS (N7100 only)
GPS Yes, with A-GPS support and GLONASS
Java Yes, via Java MIDP emulator
Colors Titanium Gray, Marble White, Amber Brown, Ruby Wine, Pink, Blue
Memory Card slot microSD, up to 64 GB
Internal 16/32/64 GB storage, 2 GB RAM
Data GPRS Yes
EDGE Yes
Speed HSDPA, 21 Mbps (N7100), 42 Mbps (N7105); HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps; LTE Cat3 (N7105 only), 50 Mbps UL, 100 Mbps DL
WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, dual-band, DLNA, Wi-Fi Direct, Wi-Fi hotspot
Bluetooth Yes, v4.0 with A2DP, LE, EDR
NFC Yes
USB Yes, microUSB v2.0 (MHL), USB Host



Camera Primary 8 MP, 3264 x 2448 pixels, autofocus, LED flash, check quality
Features Simultaneous HD video and image recording, geo-tagging, touch focus, face and smile detection, image stabilization
Video Yes, 1080p@30fps, check quality
Secondary Yes, 1.9 MP

So Folks, If you’re looking for a high performance device, I would happily recommend this ultra amazing Samsung Galaxy Note II device to you than the similar configured devices from other brands Like HTC, Sony, LG etc. So go & get the Samsung Galaxy Note II..Cheers..:)

Facebook launched web email system. [messages that matter]…:)

Hey,
A hot news from Facebook. They launched (set to launch globally) web email system.
The launch of an @facebook.com email is not itself a great surprise – the existence of a secret project officially known as Project Titan and unofficially as “Gmail killer” has been circulating since February.
But tech industry analysts believe that a Facebook email system, coupled to its popular photo and events programs, could become a comprehensive competitor to Gmail.
If, as anticipated, Mark Zuckerberg’s firm launches a Facebook search engine that prioritises results around the known preferences of a user’s circle of friends, then the commercial potential of social networking would be greatly extended.
Google has more than two-thirds of the search market, and there is little doubt it is taking seriously the threat of Facebook, which has more than 500 million members but lacks business-orientated, revenue-generating services.
Last week, Google announced plans to raise salaries by 10% next year for all employees, interpreted as an effort to staunch the loss of top staff to rivals.
“They don’t have an absolute lock on the top talent anymore,” analyst Colin Gillis of BGC Partners told Reuters. “Facebook right now is accumulating top talent and it’s harder for Google to retain people.”
As social networking continues to challenge the power of search on the web, the moment may come when Facebook decisively threatens Google’s control of $24bn in annual search advertising revenue.
Google itself denies it is building a social networking platform to compete with Facebook. Instead, chief executive Eric Schmidt says it plans to add “layers” of social networking to its products.
Last night, Facebook continued to deny the reports that its email application will be launched at Monday’s media event where Zuckerberg is scheduled to speak.
“We don’t comment on speculation about future products,” a spokesman said.

Facebook launched web email system.
The launch of an @facebook.com email is not itself a great surprise – the existence of a secret project officially known as Project Titan and unofficially as “Gmail killer” has been circulating since February.
But tech industry analysts believe that a Facebook email system, coupled to its popular photo and events programs, could become a comprehensive competitor to Gmail.
If, as anticipated, Mark Zuckerberg’s firm launches a Facebook search engine that prioritises results around the known preferences of a user’s circle of friends, then the commercial potential of social networking would be greatly extended.
Google has more than two-thirds of the search market, and there is little doubt it is taking seriously the threat of Facebook, which has more than 500 million members but lacks business-orientated, revenue-generating services.
Last week, Google announced plans to raise salaries by 10% next year for all employees, interpreted as an effort to staunch the loss of top staff to rivals.
“They don’t have an absolute lock on the top talent anymore,” analyst Colin Gillis of BGC Partners told Reuters. “Facebook right now is accumulating top talent and it’s harder for Google to retain people.”
As social networking continues to challenge the power of search on the web, the moment may come when Facebook decisively threatens Google’s control of $24bn in annual search advertising revenue.
Google itself denies it is building a social networking platform to compete with Facebook. Instead, chief executive Eric Schmidt says it plans to add “layers” of social networking to its products.
Last night, Facebook continued to deny the reports that its email application will be launched at Monday’s media event where Zuckerberg is scheduled to speak.
“We don’t comment on speculation about future products,” a spokesman said.

@ Facebook Blog : http://goo.gl/jIHpN

(Source : http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2010/nov/13/facebook-email-launch-google-gmail)

Thanks,

Jenson

Instant Job Offer from YouTube for YouTube Instant…..:)

YouTube Instant (Not an official YouTube associated URL) is a real time video search engine similar to Google instant functionality built by 19 year old  Stanford University student and Facebook software engineer intern, Feross Aboukhadijeh.  The functionality created by Feross allows its users to search the YouTube video database as they type. It follows on the heels of Google Instant, and has been described as a “novelty toy”, a “catchy little title”, a “prototypal digit to tie the “instant” bandwagon” as well as a “completely excellent way to waste 15 minutes”.
After completion of his development, he tweeted in his account as “Heard of Google Instant? Well, I built YouTube Instant. http://fb.me/FEW3VAa3
Later, Feross was offered a job from YouTube CEO Chad Hurley through twitter shortly after he created that functionality. At the point of YouTube Instant’s creation, He  was a summer intern at Facebook, and has said that he is working on a Secret Facebook project.
Feross’ YouTube Instant URL : http://ytinstant.com

I Just want to tell you all that I also had such type of thoughts about Google Instant functionality in YouTube, Wikipedia & other Major type of Websites…But the problem was that I didn’t go for the development further…So Please remember Imagination & Implementation are entirely  different! Hats off to Feross anyway…..:)

Cheers,

Jenson

….and they returned to LIFE….:)

Hi all,

Great news from chile….The last of the 33 miners trapped deep underground in northern Chile for more than two months has been rescued.

The rescued miners’ name with their age is given below….

Florencio Avalos (31), Mario Sepulveda (39), Juan Illanes (51), Carlos Mamani (23), Jimmy Sanchez (19), Osman Araya (30), Jose Ojeda (46), Claudio Yanez (34), Mario Gomez (63), Alex Vega (31), Jorge Galleguillos (56), Edison Pena (34), Carlos Barrios (27), Victor Zamora (33), Victor Segovia (48), Daniel Herrera (27), Omar Reygadas (56), Esteban Rojas (44), Pablo Rojas (45), Dario Segovia (48), Yonni Barrios (50), Samuel Avalos (43), Carlos Bugueno (27), Jose Henriquez (54), Renan Avalos (29), Claudio Acuna, (35), Franklin Lobos (53), Richard Villarroel (27), Juan Aguilar (49), Raul Bustos (40), Pedro Cortez (24), Ariel Ticona (29), Luis Urzua (54)

Sample Video :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XGecqHnN2gQ

Phoenix Rescue Capsule Operation details (Fox News)

Below : Manuel Gonzalez, The Rescuer with the miners…:)

Thanks,

Jenson

Spyworks @ Google!

A Google engineer spied on four underage teens for months before the company wasnotified of the abuses.

David Barksdale, a 27-year-old former Google engineer, repeatedly took advantage of his position as a member of an elite technical group at the company to access users’ accounts, violating the privacy of at least four minors during his employment, we’ve learned. Barksdale met the kids through a technology group in the Seattle area while working as a Site Reliability Engineer at Google’s Kirkland, Wash. office. He was fired in July 2010 after his actions were reported to the company. [Update: Google has confirmed the security breach. An update appears below.]

It’s unclear how widespread Barksdale’s abuses were, but in at least four cases, Barksdale spied on minors’ Google accounts without their consent, according to a source close to the incidents. In an incident this spring involving a 15-year-old boy who he’d befriended, Barksdale tapped into call logs from Google Voice, Google’s Internet phone service, after the boy refused to tell him the name of his new girlfriend, according to our source. After accessing the kid’s account to retrieve her name and phone number, Barksdale then taunted the boy and threatened to call her.

In other cases involving teens of both sexes, Barksdale exhibited a similar pattern of aggressively violating others’ privacy, according to our source. He accessed contact lists and chat transcripts, and in one case quoted from an IM that he’d looked up behind the person’s back. (He later apologized to one for retrieving the information without her knowledge.) In another incident, Barksdale unblocked himself from a Gtalk buddy list even though the teen in question had taken steps to cut communications with the Google engineer.

The parents of the teens whose Google accounts were violated by Barksdale were hardly amused, however. Several attempted to cut off Barksdale’s access to their children and withdrew them from the technology group where they’d first encountered the Google engineer. (Barksdale was kicked out of the group after his abuses came to light.) In July, officials at Google were notified of Barksdale’s actions. We’ve obtained an email exchange between one person who complained about Barksdale to Google and Eric Grosse, an Engineer Director in Google’s security group at the company’s Mountain View, Calif. headquarters. Grosse quickly responded to the complaint with a curt email: “Thank you very much for reporting; we’ll investigate quietly and get back to you if we need anything more.”

If Google was already aware of Barksdale’s privacy violations, Grosse didn’t mention it. But while Google seemed initially helpful and friendly when dealing with those who’d notified Google of his conduct, they became increasingly tight-lipped as company officials realized the seriousness of the problem.

Later, when asked if Google had taken steps to deal with Barksdale, Grosse would only say, “I am personally satisfied that we’ve taken decisive steps to limit any additional risk.” When emailed again several weeks later about whether Barksdale was still employed by Google, or if the company had determined the extent of his privacy violations, Grosse refused to get into any specifics: “Google has taken the appropriate actions, I can’t say more.”

Right around the same time, Barksdale was quietly fired by the company.

Google has released a statement confirming it fired Barksdale for privacy violations:

“We dismissed David Barksdale for breaking Google’s strict internal privacy policies. We carefully control the number of employees who have access to our systems, and we regularly upgrade our security controls–for example, we are significantly increasing the amount of time we spend auditing our logs to ensure those controls are effective. That said, a limited number of people will always need to access these systems if we are to operate them properly–which is why we take any breach so seriously.”

— Bill Coughran, Senior Vice President, Engineering, Google

Cheers,

Jenson

Intel to acquire McAfee for 35697 crores ($7.68 billion)!

Intel Corporation, the world’s largest chipmaker, said Thursday it has agreed to acquire security software maker McAfee for $7.68 billion.

Intel (INTC, Fortune 500) said it will purchase all of McAfee’s stock for $48 per share in cash.

The deal has been approved by boards of directors at both companies, and must be approved by McAfee shareholders and government regulators for it to become final.

“We have concluded that security has now become the third pillar of computing,” said Intel Chief Executive Paul Otellini in a conference call, describing the first two “pillars” as connectivity and energy efficiency. “The bottom line is that this will better protect Internet users and their devices.”

Otellini said the deal “positions Intel well for the future of computing across a broad range of devices and usages.”

McAfee’s (MFE) stock surged 58% at the start of trading. Intel stock slipped 3%. Both companies are based in Santa Clara, Calif.

Part of the deal is that McAfee’s senior staff will continue to lead the company as a subsidiary.

“By becoming part of Intel Corp., we believe we can continue to create new and innovative security solutions,” said McAfee Chief Executive David DeWalt. “I’m very excited and fully committed to joining the Intel team and continuing to lead McAfee as an independent subsidiary.”

Ashok Kumar, analyst for Rodman & Renshaw, said the merger will make Intel more competitive in the face of rivals such as Qualcomm, a company specializing in wireless communications technology.

“Given [Intel’s] position in the ecosystem, it behooves them to have the expertise and domain knowledge in all the three key vectors,” said Kumar, referencing Otellini’s statement about the three pillars: energy efficiency, connectivity and security.

Kumar said the Intel-McAfee merger might prompt Qualcomm (QCOM, Fortune 500) to bolster its position in the market by pursuing a similar deal.

Qualcomm’s stock slipped 2% in morning trading.

Meanwhile, the stock for McAfee competitor Symantec (SYMC, Fortune 500) rose 4%.

The Intel-McAfee announcement came just days after Intel agreed to buy Texas Instruments’ (TI) cable modem product line. The cost of that deal, which is expected to close in the fourth quarter, was not disclosed.

The deal comes as Intel moves aggressively to supplement its traditional dominance of PC and server chips by developing smaller chips for use in smartphones, which are increasingly seen as becoming the most widely used devices for accessing the internet.

While Thursday’s purchase was one of the largest in Intel’s 42-year history, the company signalled its intention to beef up its consumer software division in its purchase last year of Wind River for $884 million.

McAfee had a profit of $173 million on $2 billion in revenue last year. Intel’s revenue was $35 billion with $4.4 billion in profit.

Thanks,
Jenson

Top 100 Global Software Companies (Year : 2009)

Hi dude,

Below is the collection of top 100 software companies for the year 2k+9….:)

#
Company Software
Revenues
mln US$
Software
Revenue
growth
Total
Revenues
mln US$
Software
Revenue
share
1
Microsoft
49453 10% 61900 80%
2
IBM
22089 11% 103630 21%
3
Oracle
17560 17% 22102 79%
4
SAP
11604 8% 16111 72%
5
Nintendo
7245 113% 19886 36%
6
HP
6243 6% 117837 5%
7
Symantec
5692 8% 6152 93%
8
Activision Blizzard
4622 73% 5032 92%
9
Electronic Arts
4268 29% 4268 100%
10
CA
3936 4% 4305 91%
11
Adobe
3361 10% 3544 95%
12
EMC
3171 3% 14876 21%
13
Konami
2083 16% 3318 63%
14
SunGard
2015 17% 5596 36%
15
Cisco
1984 14% 39455 5%
16
Autodesk
1982 1% 2303 86%
17
Dassault
1605 3% 1855 87%
18
BMC
1585 2% 1698 93%
19
Namco Bandai Games
1569 21% 4738 33%
20
Sage
1496 -7% 2244 67%
21
Ubisoft
1486 10% 1486 100%
22
Take 2 Interactive
1452 48% 1452 100%
23
NCR
1431 6% 5315 27%
24
Sega Sammy Holdings
1407 0% 4535 31%
25
Intuit
1383 -3% 2800 49%
26
Sony
1334 16% 87701 2%
27
Synopsys
1200 11% 1341 89%
28
Citrix
1180 11% 1583 75%
29
VMWare
1178 30% 1881 63%
30
Apple
1131 29% 34526 3%
31
SAS Institute
1130 5% 2260 50%
32
Infor
1100 5% 2200 50%
33
Trend Micro
985 16% 985 100%
34
Salesforce.com
959 45% 1049 91%
35
THQ
917 -17% 917 100%
36
Cadence
905 -39% 1039 87%
37
Qualcomm
890 7% 10875 8%
38
Thales Computers
880 -9% 19874 4%
39
Teradata
849 -4% 1762 48%
40
Siemens (UGS)
800 0% 1200 67%
41
McAfee
795 25% 1600 50%
42
Novell
794 16% 1122 71%
43
Software AG
749 13% 1002 75%
44
Reynolds & Reynolds
744 0% 967 77%
45
Compuware
726 -1% 1145 63%
46
Avid
714 -11% 845 85%
47
Wincor Nixdorf
697 0% 3320 21%
48
Check Point
691 10% 809 85%
49
Cegedim Dendrite
690 21% 1180 58%
50
PTC (Parametric)
624 10% 1043 60%
51
Intergraph
606 11% 808 75%
52
Capcom
582 -3% 831 70%
53
Sybase
574 9% 1132 51%
54
Open Text
571 12% 711 80%
55
McKesson
567 1% 105834 1%
56
Square Enix
565 6% 1507 37%
57
Nuance
549 19% 868 63%
58
Philips
532 13% 36675 1%
59
Red Hat
526 22% 631 83%
60
Sterling Commerce
526 16% 634 83%
61
F5
496 21% 662 75%
62
Diebold
469 11% 3170 15%
63
Quest
468 13% 735 64%
64
Progress
465 6% 513 91%
65
Lawson
463 9% 810 57%
66
Mentor Graphics
457 -18% 797 57%
67
Aspect Communications
450 0% 600 75%
68
Real
444 6% 605 73%
69
Misys
444 -24% 974 46%
70
Fair Isaac
405 -17% 722 56%
71
Pitney Bowes
400 16% 6262 6%
72
Tibco
389 7% 635 61%
73
ESRI Pvt
387 0% 773 50%
74
Acxiom Corporation
384 -17% 1327 29%
75
Ansys
372 25% 478 78%
76
Kaspersky Lab
360 177% 360 100%
77
ADC Telecommunications
346 4% 1383 25%
78
Autonomy
335 46% 503 67%
79
Google Inc.
333 455% 21796 2%
80
Bentley
333 11% 500 67%
81
Eclipsys
330 7% 516 64%
82
Unit4 Agresso
326 13% 547 60%
83
Attachmate
313 57% 470 67%
84
ACI
299 6% 418 72%
85
Emblaze
296 53% 591 50%
86
Websense
296 40% 296 100%
87
Wind River
295 10% 357 83%
88
Rockwell Automation
285 14% 5698 5%
89
Blackboard Inc.
283 32% 312 91%
90
Epicor
283 5% 488 58%
91
Informatica
282 14% 456 62%
92
JDA
276 10% 390 71%
93
NCSoft
275 -22% 275 100%
94
National Instruments
274 11% 821 33%
95
SPSS
273 4% 303 90%
96
Omniture
267 102% 296 90%
97
The MathWorks
267 0% 400 67%
98
Trimble
266 9% 1329 20%
99
DST Systems
264 -5% 2285 12%
100
Jack Henry & Associates
263 4% 739 36%

Thanks,
Jenson

Google Wave Failed!

Google’s blog announced that Google Wave, the innovative communication platform released last year, will be discontinued.

“Wave has not seen the user adoption we would have liked. We don’t plan to continue developing Wave as a standalone product, but we will maintain the site at least through the end of the year and extend the technology for use in other Google projects. The central parts of the code, as well as the protocols that have driven many of Wave’s innovations, like drag-and-drop and character-by-character live typing, are already available as open source, so customers and partners can continue the innovation we began.”

Google Wave has a lot of interesting features, but the interface is confusing and difficult to use. While many thought that Google Wave will reinvent email, Google’s service combined an online document editor with an instant messenger. Google Wave allows you to create “live” documents that are edited collaboratively in real-time, but it’s more than a conversational version of Google Docs. It’s based on an open protocol, so you can edit a wave using multiple services. It’s extensible, so you can build gadgets and robots that add new functionality.

Google Wave had a lot of potential, but Google didn’t manage to build a compelling user experience and define some use cases for the application. Instead of building a general-purpose interface for Google Wave, Google could’ve used the platform to create multiple applications with clearly-defined goals: a new version of Google Chat, a new version of Google Docs, a brainstorming app etc.

Now that Google Wave is discontinued, some of its feature will be added to other Google services (Gmail, Google Docs), but the platform will vanish. It’s clear that Google doesn’t want to invest in niche services, which is a big opportunity for startups. “We want to do things that matter to a large number of people at scale,” said Google’s CEO, Eric Schmidt, in an interview.

Thanks,

Jenson

All Domain Name Extensions.

Hi Friends,

How many of us know that there exists more than 220 domain extensions around the globe? To be honest, Initially I thought there were only one domain extenston, any guess? ya its .Com [dot Com] (But that was back in1999 When I was in 10th standard]. Later I realized there are .org, .net, .gov, .edu etc domain extensions exists. In this post, I’m giving all domain extensions available on the internet.
[Remember : A domain name is an identification label that defines a realm of administrative autonomy, authority, or control in the Internet, based on the Domain Name System (DNS).]

.arpa A top-level domain name used for ArpaNet sites.
.com Pronounced “dot com.” A top-level domain name used for commercial Internet sites.
.edu A top-level domain name used for educational sites .
.firm An ending of an address for an Internet site for a business.
.gov A top-level domain name used for a U.S. government site on the Internet.
.int A top-level domain name used for international institutions.
.mil A top-level domain name for a U.S. military site on the Internet.
.mobi A top-level domain name for a sites made for mobile phones.
.nato A top-level domain name used for NATO sites.
.net A top-level domain name used for Internet administrative sites.
.nom An ending of an address for a personal site on the Internet.
.org A top-level domain name for organizational Internet sites.
.store An ending of an address for an Internet site that is for a retail business.
.web An ending of an address for an Internet site that is about the World Wide Web.

.ac Top-level domain name for an educational network (same as .edu).
.ad Andorra
.ae United Arab Emirates
.af Afghanistan
.ag Antigua and Barbuda
.ai Anguilla
.al Albania
.am Armenia
.an Netherlands Antilles
.ao Angola
.aq Antarctica
.ar Argentina
.as American Samoa
.at Austria
.au Australia
.aw Aruba
.az Azerbaijan
.ba Bosnia/Herzegovinia
.bb Barbados
.bd Bangladesh
.be Belgium
.bf Burkina Faso
.bg Bulgaria
.bh Bahrain
.bi Burundi
.bj Benin
.bm Bermuda
.bn Brunei Darussalam
.bo Bolivia
.br Brazil
.bs Bahamas
.bt Bhutan
.bv Bouvet Island
.bw Botswana
.by 1. Belarus 2. Byelorussia
.bz Belize
.ca Canada
.cc Cocos Islands – Keelings
.cf Central African Republic
.cg Congo
.ch Switzerland
.ci Cote D’Ivoire, or Ivory Coast
.ck Cook Islands
.cl Chile
.cm Cameroon
.cn China
.co Colombia
.cr Costa Rica
.cs Czechoslovakia (former)
.cu Cuba
.cv Cape Verde
.cx Christmas Island
.cy Cyprus
.cz Czech Republic
.de Germany
.dj Djibouti
.dk Denmark
.dm Dominica
.do Dominican Republic
.dz Algeria
.ec Ecuador
.ee Estonia
.eg Egypt
.eh Western Sahara
.er Eritrea
.es Spain
.et Ethiopia
.eu European Union
.fi Finland
.fj Fiji
.fk Falkland Islands/Malvinas
.fm Micronesia
.fo Faroe Islands
.fr France
.fx Metropolitan France
.ga Gabon
.gb Great Britain
.gd Grenada
.ge Georgia
.gf French Guiana
.gh Ghana
.gi Gibraltar
.gl Greenland
.gm Gambia
.gn Guinea
.gp Guadeloupe
.gq Equatorial Guinea
.gr Greece
.gs South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands
.gt Guatemala
.gu Guam
.gw Guinea-Bissau
.gy Guyana
.hk Hong Kong
.hm Heard and McDonald Islands
.hn Honduras
.hr Croatia/Hrvatska
.ht Haiti
.hu Hungary
.id Indonesia
.ie Ireland
.il Israel
.in India
.io British Indian Ocean Territory
.iq Iraq
.ir Iran
.is Iceland
.it Italy
.jm Jamaica
.jo Jordan
.jp Japan
.ke Kenya
.kg Kyrgyzstan
.kh Cambodia
.ki Kiribati
.km Comoros
.kn Saint Kitts and Nevis
.kp North Korea
.kr South Korea
.kw Kuwait
.ky Cayman Islands
.kz Kazakhstan
.la Laos
.lb Lebanon
.lc Saint Lucia
.li Liechtenstein
.lk Sri Lanka
.lr Liberia
.ls Lesotho
.lt Lithuania
.lu Luxembourg
.lv Latvia
.ly Libya
.ma Morocco
.mc Monaco
.md Moldova
.mg Madagascar
.mh Marshall Islands
.mk Macedonia
.ml Mali
.mm Myanmar
.mn Mongolia
.mo Macau
.mp Northern Mariana Islands
.mq Martinique
.mr Mauritania
.ms Montserrat
.mt Malta
.mu Mauritius
.mv Maldives
.mw Malawi
.mx Mexico
.my Malaysia
.mz Mozambique
.na Namibia
.nc New Caledonia
.ne Niger
.nf Norfolk Island
.ng Nigeria
.ni Nicaragua
.nl Netherlands
.no Norway
.np Nepal
.nr Nauru
.nt Neutral Zone
.nu Niue
.nz New Zealand (Aotearoa)
.om Oman
.pa Panama
.pe Peru
.pf French Polynesia
.pg Papua New Guinea
.ph Philippines
.pk Pakistan
.pl Poland
.pm St. Pierre and Miquelon
.pn Pitcairn
.pr Puerto Rico
.pt Portugal
.pw Palau
.py Paraguay
.qa Qatar
.re Reunion
.ro Romania
.ru Russian Federation
.rw Rwanda
.sa Saudi Arabia
.sb Solomon Islands
.sc Seychelles
.sd Sudan
.se Sweden
.sg Singapore
.sh Saint Helena
.si Slovenia
.sj Svalbard and Jan Mayen Islands
.sk Slovakia
.sl Sierra Leone
.sm San Marino
.sn Senegal
.so Somalia
.sr Suriname
.st Sao Torme and Principe
.su Former USSR
.sv El Salvador
.sy Syria
.sz Swaziland
.tc Turks and Caicos Islands
.td Chad
.tf French Southern Territory
.tg Togo
.th Thailand
.tj Tajikistan
.tk Tokelau
.tm Turkmenistan
.tn Tunisia
.to Tonga
.tp East Timor
.tr Turkey
.tt Trinidad and Tobago
.tv Tuvalu
.tw Taiwan
.tz Tanzania
.ua Ukraine
.ug Uganda
.uk United Kingdom
.um U.S. Minor Outlying Islands
.us United States
.uy Uruguay
.uz Uzbekistan
.va Vatican City State
.vc Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
.ve Venezuela
.vg British Virgin Islands
.vi U.S. Virgin Islands
.vn Viet Nam
.vu Vanuatu
.wf Wallis and Futuna Islands
.ws Samoa
.ye Yemen
.yt Mayotte
.yu Yugoslavia
.za South Africa
.zm Zambia
.zr Zaire
.zw Zimbabwe

Thanks,

Jenson