Usage of Tor Browser is increasing day by day due to the fact that internet users are getting more and more inclined in keeping their online activity isolated from internet surveillance programs like US Prism. Since, this browser has a lot of attractive features in its browsing tools; this browser is now a craze among… More TOR Browser will keep you isolated from US NSA Prism surveillance
“The New York Times” website came to a standstill on Tuesday when a group of hackers attained success in entering into its database to cause a lot of embarrassment to the media giant’s outsourced IT department. It is revealed that some of the valuable documents related to an undercover journalist operation were the target of… More New York Times plans to secure its servers with registry locks
Worldwide Server business and unit sales was down in 2Q 2013, says recent survey conducted by IDC. The research firm has revealed that the revenue was down by 6.2% in the second consecutive quarter of year over year decline registering just $11.9 billion worth of sales. The reason for softening of server market is due… More Server revenue goes for a dip in 2Q 2013, says IDC
VMware vCloud Hybrid Service will offer fully supported Suse Linux Enterprise Server from the end of this year. Thus, this will be the first commercially supported offering of Linux OS by VMware through its cloud service plan. “A lot of customers are running Suse commercially in their private data centers and are looking to move… More VMware offers Suse Linux in its new cloud service
World’s second social networking website “Facebook” is all set pay to its 614,000 users an amount of $20 million generated through its ads. The company has officially made a media announcement on Monday (August 26th, 2013) that it ready to pay $20 million to all its users whose data was shared via ads on its… More Facebook users to earn $20 million generated through ads from their data!
Researchers from Israel have developed a simple magnetization progress that could lead to future generation of less expensive memory which is smaller in size and will be offered with faster performance. Thus, with this achievement the need for the presence of permanent magnets in memory devices also gets eliminated and thus the memory can support… More Israeli researchers unveil magnetless spin memory!
Microsoft has already officially announced that all those who are using its Windows XP operating system should either upgrade to Windows 8 or Windows 7 OS by April 2014. The software giant has also issued a media statement that after April 2014, it will no longer support its retired OS with security updates; patches and… More Microsoft will offer XP patches after April 2014 for $200 and more….!
VMworld User Conference to be held in San Francisco this week will witness VMware’s addition of more layers to its software stack, in order to provision more resources to its envisioned software defined data center. Releasing a press release, Peter Wei, VMware’s senior director of product marketing said that IT should be able to provision… More VMware adds storage to its virtual data center stack with networking touchup!
Video Surveillance technology capable of tracing out fugitives or suspected terrorists is under scanner of civil rights advocates in United States. The US government’s effort to come up with an effective facial recognition technology is facing a strict “No” from the civil rights advocates due to its privacy framework. As per a report published in… More NSA spying concerns may stall DHS Facial recognition technology implementation
Canon, globally recognized as a digital camera manufacturer, is seen showing a lot of interest in security surveillance market these days. With the market for security cameras picking up at an amazing rate, Canon is in intentions to capitalize on this trend by coming up with its own innovations. Factually speaking, Canon has witnessed sudden… More Canon embraces surveillance camera industry as digital camera growth cools down!