Google Maps for BlackBerry Offline Installers

Google Maps for Mobile

  • Its location service can work with or without a GPS receiver. 
  • The "my location" feature uses the GPS / Assisted GPS location of the mobile device, if available, supplemented by determining the nearest wireless networks and cell sites. 
  • The software looks up the location of the cell site using a database of known wireless networks and sites. By triangulating the different signal strengths from different cell transmitters and then using their location property (retrieved from the online cell site database), My Location determines the user's current location. 
  • Wireless network location method is calculated by discovering the nearby WiFi hotspots and using their location property (retrieved from the online WiFi database, in the same way as the cell site database) to further discover the user's location.
  • The order in which these take precedence is:
  1. GPS-based services
  2. WLAN-, WiFi-based services 
  3. Cell transmitter-based services 

The software plots the streets in blue that are available with a yellow icon and a green circle around the estimated range of the cell site based on the transmitter's rated power (among other variables). The estimate is refined using the strength of the cell phone signal to estimate how close to the cell site the mobile device is.

My triangulated Location my home
Zoom Out Continental view
Zoom In to My work place. areal map view
Zoom In my work place street view

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WhatsApp 2.11.115 BlackBerry Offline Installers

Install WhatsApp offline.

Install WhatsApp via Memory Card

Find All OS installer files at bottom of page 

WhatsApp 2.11.115

Install WhatsApp Offline and Complete Registration when Wi-fi is available.

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1. Download This Offline installation files onto your computer.
2. UnZip the File into a Folder.

3. Copy the folder into a Media Card and locate the folder.

4. Inside the folder must be WhatsApp.jad file.
5. Run and Download will start like normal.
6. When Wi-Fi is avalable registration can be resumed.



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Rumah Transparant ada di jepang

If you say you have nothing to hide, try spending a few nights in the see-through house located in Tokyo, Japan. Built by Sou Fujimoto Architects, this 914 square-foot transparent house was inspired by our ancient predecessors who inhabited trees. While so-called “House NA” offers plenty of daylight, expect no privacy here.

“The intriguing point of a tree is that these places are not hermetically isolated but are connected to one another in its unique relativity. To hear one’s voice from across and above, hopping over to another branch, a discussion taking place across branches by members from separate branches. These are some of the moments of richness encountered through such spatially dense living,” says Sou Fujimoto.

“The white steel-frame structure itself shares no resemblance to a tree. Yet the life lived and the moments experienced in this space is a contemporary adaptation of the richness once experienced by the ancient predecessors from the time when they inhabited trees,” says Sou Fujimoto.

Photographer: Iwan Baan

Rumah Di Jepang dengan Perosotan untuk turun ke lantai 1

I am not a kid anymore, but when I saw the pictures of the Slide House in Japan I instantly felt like a little child!

Japanese Studio LEVEL Architects has designed an unusual three-story family house quipped with a slide that connects all three floors. This fun house is wrapped with staircases and a corridor on one side, and the slide on the other side, which together form a circular route around the central area of the house.
The 1,762 square-foot Nakameguro home is located in Meguro-ku, one of the municipalities of Tokyo, Japan. Now the only thing left to figure out is the exact address, and hope that the owners will let me take the slide.

How about you? Would you take the stairs or the slide?

Kue yang menyerupai planet lengkap dengan lapisan dalamnya

Meet Rhiannon: a self-taught chef from Australia, whose cross-sectional photos of planet cakes have gone viral on the Internet within a couple of weeks. A 25-year-old Zoology graduate from Australia bakes cakes that are scientifically accurate and portray all the layers within Jupiter and Earth. In her recipes, mudcake becomes Jupiter’s theoretical rock/ice core, almond butter serves as the  liquid metallic hydrogen, and colored vanilla is used to imitate  the liquid molecular hydrogen.

Besides the layers that you find as you cut the cake, the decoration of the outer layer deserves separate praise words. Both planets are drawn with powder, liquid, gel paste and great attention to detail, staying true to the contours of the continents of the Earth and capturing swirls on Jupiter.  Because of all the questions about the recipes that Rhiannon received to her mailbox, the young baker even shot a video tutorial of how the cakes are made.

Structural Layer Cake Tutorial

22 Best Wildlife Photos From National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

National Geographic Traveler Photo contest is coming to an end, so it’s high time we took a look at some of the best entries. The submissions will be accepted till June 30th, so those who want to participate, hurry up and submit your photos in one of the categories of Travel Portraits, Outdoor Scenes, Sense of Place and Spontaneous Moments. The first prize winner will go on an expedition to the Galápagos with the National Geographics team, while runner-ups will receive the publicity and honor of having his or her photo published in the National Geographic Traveler magazine or website. That should make the competition pretty intense!
In order to pick the winner, the judging panel will convene for two judging rounds: 10 candidates will be selected in Round 1, with the final winner announced after Round 2. All entries will be judged by creativity and photographic quality, each comprising 50% of the mark. The winners will be announced on or around July 31st, so the suspense won’t be too long!

You can already see some of the editors picks, all of which seem to be worthy of recognition! “Harness the power of photography and share your stunning travel experiences from around the globe with us,” invite the organizers – and if you’re not a photographer yourself, you will definitely enjoy the gallery. Here are some of the most incredible wildlife entries – good luck to all the participants!

Fénec the Soul of the Desert

“The fennec, or desert fox is a canine mammal species of the genus Vulpes, which inhabits the Sahara Desert and Arabia. With its features ears, this is the smallest species of the family Canidae. It is endangered and its main threat is illegal in other countries.” (Photo by Francisco Mingorance)

The Power of the Criollo

“The power of the Criollo horses at the Cabanha Ipuã located in Paranà, Brazil. The Criollo is the native horse of Uruguay (1910), Argentina (1918), Brazil (1932) and Paraguay. It may have the best endurance of any horse breed in the world next to the Arabian.” (Photo by Chris Schmid)

Fly Cap for a Vine Snake

“A fly lands on the head of a vine snake in the Choco of Colombia.” (Photo by Robin Moore)

Portrait of an Eastern Screech Owl

“Masters of disguise. The Eastern Screech Owl is seen here doing what they do best. You better have a sharp eye to spot these little birds of prey.” (Photo by Graham McGeorge)

Hungry Hummingbird

“A very hungry humming bird drinking from the mouth of a person in Wyoming during an extreme drought in 2012.” ( Photo by Sundell Larsen)

Duelling Tigers

“I have been traveling around the world and parts of Asia for the last six months and this is a shot I took at Tiger Palace in Bangkok, this is one of just a few tiger sanctuaries in Thailand that do not drug the animals, and because of this they sometimes get incredibly playful, here the tigers are having a play fight in some water. What was truly amazing was the speed at which they move, one minute they are 200 yards away, the next, they are right next to you staring down like they are deciding how you taste!” (Photo by Daniel Sakal)

Bird Love

“Two Red-masked Parakeets posing for the camera. Seen near Cuzco, Peru” (Photo by Dirk Kanz)

Curiosity of a Chimpanzee in Men

“During my volunteer work at the Limbe wild life center in Cameroon, a sanctuary for primates, this chimpanzee took my interest. He was having a playfull peak at us from underneath the thence while we were working at the enclosure.” (Photo by suzanne van dalsen)

Walking Chameleon

“It is a domestic animal of a small boy.” (Photo by Ondrej Zaruba)

A Peaceful Place

“A harbor seal rests, if only for a moment, in her mighty kingdom.” (Photo by ralph pace)

Naughty Monkey

“The capuchin monkey is a real ‘demon’ in the park Hacienda Napoles. Eats garbage, opens water taps, and steals food from visitors” (Photo by Guillermo Ossa)

Fish on Sticks

“Anhinga with fresh catch. Anhingas dive underwater hunting for fish that they spear with their sharp beak.” (Photo by Alexander Poellinger)

Get away!

“A group of 12-14 hyenas were chasing a herd of 7-8 elephants. The elephant herd included 2 adult females, a few teenagers, and a baby that was a few days old (belonging to one of the adult females). The hyenas were trying to get at the baby. In this picture, the mother is kicking at the hyenas.” (Photo by Jayesh Mehta)

Gentoo Chicks

“Two newly hatched Gentoo Penguin chicks get their first glimpse at the Antarctic wilderness.” (Photo by Richard Sidey)

Osprey Just Before Impact

“I took this photograph near the spillway of Jordan lake dam shortly after the Osprey returned to my area for the 2013 season. Early in the spring, you can find them fishing at the base of the dam. I love photographing wildlife, but have a special place in my heart for any type of raptor.” (Photo by Brad Lenear)

Swifts Over the Fall

“This picture was taken at the majestic Iguazú Falls. The flight of these flock of swifts across the huge waterfalls portrait the sense of freedom and wildness that belongs to this fantastic world wonder.” (Photo by Francesco Filippo Pellegrini)

Unexpected Alliance

“I have seen alligators and turtles together in ponds before, but never like this! I was at Bluebill Pond in Harris Neck NWR when I saw what I thought was an alligator sunning itself on a stump. As I got closer I realized that it was actually perched on the back of a turtle! I wish I had been there to witness how this surprising esprit de corps had came to pass!” (Photo by Mary Ellen Urbanski)


“A young bat and his mother.” (Photo by gilad guy)

The Gathering

“Bonobos…The unknown Ape. Most people do not even know what Bonobos are. I have been documenting their behavior for over 4 years now at the Jacksonville Zoo here in Florida and all I can say is this. “Minutes turn to hours when I am photographing Bonobos. I love to watch there manorisms and interactions with each other.They are with out a doubt our closest relative. It is my dream to one day get a chance to photograph them in the wild of there own world in the DRC.” (Photo by Graham McGeorge)

Portrait of One Chilled out Kangaroo

“Jeez Louise…Those cookies were good” (Photo by Graham McGeorge)

Game Over

“I have spent the last 4 and a half years in the Kalahari Desert capturing the wildlife and is currently busy with a night-project to capture all the nightlife. I have buildt a hidden camera within a termite mound-hide and try to capture interesting close-ups. All the settings was in manual and I did pre-focus the camera and triggered it with a wireless remote. Here the two pride males of the southern region inspects this termite mound that makes clicking sounds. I always wanted to get a shot of what it will look like from a ‘prey’s’ point of few!” (Photo by Hannes Lochner)

Lost in Battle?

“A one-horned gazelle looks up at just the right moment in the Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya.” (Photo by Kellie Reifstenzel)

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