Month: July 2009

Fujifilm launching 3-D consumer camera

While the television world haplessly attempts to figure out how to bring 3-D display technology to the home, Fujifilm is charging forward with the bold goal of bringing the third dimension to still camera photos. The only thing immediately and obviously curious about the company’s prototype point-and-shoot camera (pictured above) is the placement of a Read More

Blogger sentenced for Leaking Guns N’ Roses

A Los Angeles blogger who leaked new Guns N’ Roses songs on the Internet before their official release on the band’s first new album in 17 years, was sentenced to two months of home confinement on Tuesday. Kevin Cogill also received one year’s probation and must appear in an anti-piracy commercial under the terms of Read More

Can You Hack Your Own Site? A Look at Some Essential Security Considerations

Maybe that dastardly style sheet just won’t cascade elegantly on browser X. An incomplete comment chucks out some broken mark-up. Maybe you should have persisted those database connections after all. Hey, we all overlook things in the excitement of getting our first version running – but how many of these oversights can we happily stomach, Read More

How to make accordion tab style in blogspot blog

What is accordion tab in blogger? How to make accordion tab style in blogspot blog? If you don’t know what accordion tab, Just look at below images or see the sample at this blog right sidebar and you’ll see what accordion tab view is. Wanna have tabs like in my blog? All you have to Read More

Google Chrome, Next OS?

Google announced on it’s official blog that CHROME is the next OS for netbooks. After I went through their announcement, I found that they’re more focused on speed,simplicity and security. They’re working with big names like Acer, Adobe, ASUS, Freescale, Hewlett-Packard, Lenovo, Qualcomm, Texas Instruments, and Toshiba. I’ve not read a single word on multimedia. Read More

The World’s First 32 GB DDR3 Memory Module

Single 32 GB DDR3 Memory Module is the latest buzz. Samsung has unveiled the world’s first 32GB DDR3 memory module tuned for use in servers. The module operates at 1.35 volts and supports the trend in reducing power usage in data centers around the world. The RAM uses the Samsung 50nm 4Gb DDR3 chips. The Read More

Securing PHP – avoid basic exploits and vulnerabilities

I am gonna give you some ideas for writing secure codes for general coding flaws in PHP. Most of the time, the programmers forget to sanitize the user input in their PHP code & hence, the code becomes vulnerable to some of the common exploits like file inclusion vulnerabilities, SQL injection, XSS & others… So Read More

Some Tips Tricks to hack and play with XP admin

I am going to show you some ways you may get admin access to the XP or change password of another administrator. In fact, none of these work in 100% condition but they are worth giving the try and we may have luck sometimes.1) When you boot the computer and come to the login screen, Read More

MIT develops camera-like fabric

This cross section shows two rings of light-sensitive semiconductor material in the fiber. The eight thicker parts are electrodes to carry signals. (Credit: Massachusetts Institute of Technology) And you thought it was a problem when folks went into the locker room toting cell phones with cameras. Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed Read More

1 2