$1 million prize to hack Chrome

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Google will offer prizes of $60,000, $40,000 and $20,000 – up to a total of $1 million – for demonstrating vulnerabilities in Chrome. The value of the prize will depend on whether the exploits identified have their origins solely in the Chrome, or in a combination of bugs in the browser and other software.

Anonymous threatens to DDOS root Internet servers

An upcoming campaign announced by the hacking group Anonymous directed against the Internet's core address lookup system is unlikely to cause much damage, according to one security expert.

How to speed up file transfering

The built-in file transfer system in Windows can be quite slow, as anyone who uses networked hard drives or moves large media files knows from painful experience. TeraCopy is a great, easy to use app that optimizes transfer speed while avoiding other pitfalls of Windows Explorer.

PAC Pad, nBook, eBook 1 Specifications & Price

Pakistan Aeronautical Complex, Kamra (Pakistan) has launched 3 IT products in collaboration of Innavtek International Ltd (Hong Kong). This joint venture is named as CPMC (Commercial Products Manufacturing Cell). While products are being marketed with brand name of PAC (Pakistan Aeronautical Complex)

Android vs Apple

Motorola's Xyboard/Xoom 2 is an elegant design. It's the software that isn't so elegant. (Credit: Motorola) Comparing Apple's iPad 2 with Motorola's XyBoard and Amazon's Kindle Fire is fraught with peril. But here goes anyway.

Anonymous Video Message to the World


Internet might Shutdown on March 8

Millions of computer users across the world could be blocked off from the Internet as early as March 8 if the FBI follows through with plans to yank a series of servers originally installed to combat corruption.

Cyberwar is a New Yellowcake ?

“Today’s cyber criminals have the ability to interrupt life-sustaining services, cause catastrophic economic damage, or severely degrade the networks our defense and intelligence agencies rely on,” Senate Commerce Committee Chairman Jay Rockefeller (D-W.Va.) said at a hearing last week. “Congress needs to act on comprehensive cybersecurity legislation immediately.”

Extreme solid-state drive

The new Extreme SSD from SanDisk
SanDisk announced today its latest solid-state drive, the SanDisk Extreme.The company says the new drive offers up to 10 times the speed of a 7,200rpm hard drive and will greatly improve the boot and shutdown time as well as overall performance of a computer.

Cofee & Game Intresting Combination

I’m thinking it would be great to have a gameroom, but then again, being a grown-up and all, maybe having a bunch of toys in a room is a little too juvenile. I mean the place can’t look like my college sorority, I have a reputation to uphold, sort of… but I gotta tell you, I love video games, all of them, and I have a special fondness for old school arcade games, whats a girl to do?

Import, Export of iPad soon going to ban in China

Court Orders
Apple's legal headache over the iPad trademark in China is getting worse, now that a local company is seeking a ban on iPad imports and exports there. Bloomberg reports that Proview International Holdings, which says it owns the rights to the iPad name in China, has filed paperwork with the country's customs body seeking a ban of both imports and exports of the device.

iCloud's Got Popularity

iCloud logo
 More than 100 million people are now signed up to Apple's Cloud service, the company's CEO said today.
Speaking at the Goldman Sachs annual Technology and Internet Conference in San Francisco this afternoon, Apple CEO Tim Cook once again described the service as part of the company's strategy for the next decade, adding that more than a 100 million people were using it.

'Anonymous' hackers publicised Symantec code

Another attack by Anonymous against one of the biggest anti-virus maker company,According to Bloomberg ,the hacker group calling itself  'Lords of Dharmaraja'.Anonymous demanded $50,000  from Symantec before releasing stolen source code for several Symantec products onto the web.The group was in contact with Symantec from a weeks

CIA site hacked by Anonymous

Anonymous hacked the CIA

Traditionally known as F*ckFBIFriday, this weekend's eve turned into F*ckCIAFriday, as hacktivists downed the official website for the Central Intelligence Agency of the United States cia.gov.
At approximately 3:10 p.m. Eastern time one of twitter accounts related to the hackers' group announced "cia.gov DOWN. #UMAD?#Anonymous."  

Apple's iPad 3

Apple's more attractive and significant retina display ipad is going to be launch soon.
Will following Prominent features:
  •  0.7mm thicker than the super slim iPad 2.
  • A quad core processor
  • screen resolution will be increased to an absolutely ridiculous resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels.

Technology:90% Psychology

If you've ever implemented a technology project at a nonprofit, you know it's true: technology is 90% psychology. Success rarely hinges on the hardware and the software; technology hinges on the humans involved.
These days, technology has forced its way into every single aspect of our organizations. While we used to use change management strategies to help soothe the fears of those who would reject the new database, now we need something slightly more radical: entirely new organizations.

Apple's iPod Spy Shots

You certainly can't call the past few days boring for Apple.
The company filled a vacancy left on its executive team, was handed a fairly major setback in a German court, and maybe had its next iPod's big trick unveiled in some alleged spy shots.
That was all on top of a petition from a third-party consumer watchdog group demanding Apple improve working conditions at overseas factories where its products are made

Anonymous hacks call between FBI and Scotland Yard about hackers

A recent trans-Atlantic call between the FBI and the UK's Scotland Yard in which operatives from the two law enforcement agencies discussed ongoing cases regarding a number of alleged hackers was intercepted and recorded—by hackers.“Do you want to talk about cheese?” is the conversation opener in a trans-Atlantic phone call intercepted by hacker collective Anonymous between the FBI and the UK’s Metropolitan Police (aka Scotland Yard).

13 Windows 8 worth-full features

The Metro interface
Windows 8 is the Metro interface. Designed for touchscreen computers and tablets, and built to use HTML5 and CSS3, Metro ties into Internet apps like SkyDrive and Flickr. As with Windows Phone 7, you can swipe to navigate through tiles showing live Web info like stocks and news as well as more traditional apps.
But Pund-IT analyst Charles King questions whether businesses will really see benefits from Metro, saying it is mainly just a new paint job over the existing Windows interface.