CEO of Sparrow Dom Leca is very excited about joining with Google.. are u? If you have used it before you would know it’s a MAC email client, also works on iOS platform. Probably the only other app I would use after Outlook or MFE. It could be good news for windows and android users… Continue reading Google gets Sparrow
He is out and kicking and making some noise which sounds kinda cool, see it yourself. War is not over yet, looks like he is ready for a fight too. I was never a big fan of online file vaults/cyberlockers. I like torrent better, but then looks like very body else like to have a… Continue reading Kim Dotcom Sings, creating history!
A random number generator (RNG) is a computational or physical device designed to generate a sequence of numbers or symbols that lack any pattern. There are many methods of generating randomness, existed from ancient time like dice, coin flipping shuffling or playing cards. Among many use of random number, in computer cryptography is probably the most important one in modern technology… Continue reading Subatomic Noise in a Vacuum is truly random:
Finally a real LED TV from LG First there was CRT then came technologies like rate view, plasma and then came LCD and finally the so called LED TV. What we call LED is not LED it’s an LCD with LED backlist, yes surely it is better than just LCD TV, saves more power, better… Continue reading Finally a real LED TV from LG
While we fight over free flow of information and technology, apple and Motorola is going back in the court room claiming their Intellectual property. Google authorized Motorola to seek an injunction against the iPhone 4S and iCloud. They are seeking an injunction against the iPhone 4S and the iCloud over a package of six patents previously… Continue reading Motorola Vs Apple
Solar storm is on our way It is time for one more 11-year solar cycle and “the solar storm”. (No, the world is not going to end) Solar Coronal Mass Ejection is moving towards us at 1,400 miles per second alongside a high solar proton even some calling is “proton storms” takes from 15 min… Continue reading Solar Storm 2012
The largest criminal copyright cases on Internet piracy has seized the Web site Megaupload and charged seven people connected with it. Anonymous strikes back on Megaupload Revange. The hacker collective that calls itself Anonymous attacked the Web sites of the Justice Department, Universal Music, Record Label EMI, French copyright authority HADOPI , FBI, and several major entertainment companies and trade groups in… Continue reading Megaupload Shutdown, Anonymous Strikes Back
The bigger the drive gets slower it feels like! There was a time when we used to be very happy having a 64 or 128 mb thumb drive and 512 was top of the line. We didnt even mind waiting for the 512 to fill up a few second more.
These metal flash drives use the latest USB spec to achieve up to 60MB/s read speeds on USB 3.0. The price is not out yet. They shall be coming in 8GB, 16GB, 32GB and 64GB sizes
“This coming Tuesday behold the full Norton Antivirus 1,7Gb src, the rest will follow,” Yama Tough posted via Twitter. In the past week Yama Tough has released fragments of source code from Symantec products along with a cache of emails. The hacker says all the data was taken from Indian government servers. ymantec doesn’t seem… Continue reading Hacker says to release full Norton Antivirus code on Tuesday