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In the Pwn2Own contest 2011, Safari was the first browser to be hacked, Followed by Internet Explorer 8. Firefox and Chrome web-browsers remained unhacked! Firefox, one of the most popular browsers is secure and ensures sufficient privacy and security for the users, yet the security … Continue reading
Chromebook; powered with Chrome OS, a web-based operating system, is the most highly anticipated device. Chromebook seeks to revolutionize the way we work with computers today. It will boot quickly in just 8 seconds, will automatically connect to your favorite … Continue reading
Minitube 1.4.3 is Released! This is a bug fix release that comes to fix some important bugs in the previous version. like videos not starting, especially in languages different than English.Hide toolbar and playlist in fullscreen on mouseleave , Fixed … Continue reading
PinguyOS 11.04 is released, Based on ubuntu 11.04 natty Narwhal, this new release is an optimise build of Ubuntu 11.04 Minimal CD with added repositories, tweaks and enhancements that can run as a Live DVD or be installed. It has … Continue reading
Adobe has released new Flash Player 10.3; promising improved stability, performance upgrades and primarily enhancements in security and user privacy protection. Cross-platform, Adobe Flash player 10.3 will be available for Linux, Android, Mac OS and windows.
Microsoft acquires skype and confirmed to continue to invest in and support on non-Microsoft platforms
Now is that good or worst, but the big news for today is that Microsoft is acquiring the leading internet communication service Skype! REDMOND, Wash., and LUXEMBOURG from the Microsoft Corp. announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement … Continue reading
lubuntu has grown into an amazing project over the last two years. There are more than 460 people who signed up with the project on Launchpad. Contributors are engaging to keep the wiki updated. Designers create lubuntu interface designs and … Continue reading
The post discusses 3 versions of stories telling “How Red Hat got it name!”. The post is based on Bob Young, co-founder of Red Hat, interview. Each of them is an interesting one to read.
Open Source software development has drawn increasing attention as its importance has grown. Open source communities have been able to challenge and often outperform proprietary software by enabling better reliability, lower costs, shorter development times, and a higher quality of … Continue reading