Earlier in part 1 of the post, we discussed about the threat posed by the newly launched android market to your smart phone. However, I certainly feel that the suspected threat is fictitious, in my view. In this post we will look at what makes this attack groundless!
Your Gmail account can be a key for a hacker to unlock your personal details on your android smartphone. Yes, It is that simple, easy and unfortunately true! The latest version of newly launched android market enables you to remotely install application on your smartphone. Now, this seems to be exciting! You have an android […]
The Wine development release 1.3.13 is now available, this development release include tools to create MSI installers, clipboard improvements, support for PO files in the message compiler, and improvements to the Wine debugger. There’s also various bug-fixes.
About 90% of public administrations use open source softwares particularly open source web browsers and ditto office applications in Poland; this was found in a survey funded by the Polish Foundation on Open and Free Software (Fwioo), after interviewing over 100 IT professionals from both, central and local government sector. Other interesting findings of the […]
Since Google posted an introduction video of Android 3.0 to its developers channel on YouTube there has been much of anticipation about this new version. The excitement continued when Google officially introduced Android 3.0 the Honeycomb on its official blog. The release date of Honeycomb expected early this year the moment Iconia Tab, Motorola’s […]
Today, I installed Firefox 4 beta. My very first impression when the new browser opened was “How much like Chrome!” On exploring Firefox 4 beta I found the design and functionality has incredible likeness with Google’s browser Chrome. In this post we will deem at the new features of Firefox and comment on how they […]