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29 Feb/12

Applicazioni professionali ed entertainment: MSI punta sugli All-in One

Applicazioni professionali ed entertainment: MSI punta sugli All-in One

MSI, produttore taiwanese di hardware, notebook e personal computer, presenterà la sua ultima line up di PC All-in-One al Cebit 2012, che si terrà dal 6 al 10 marzo ad Hannover, in Germania. MSI in quell'occasione mostrerà il nuovo brand commerciale dei suoi prodotti, tra cui il professionale 16" AP1612 e il 20" AP2011 con la possibilità di regolazione dell'inclinazione dello schermo, per un utilizzo puramente legato al mondo del business. MSI svelerà inoltre i modelli AE1931 da 19"...

25 Set/10

Where Can I Find Corn Mazes, Pumpkin Patches, and Orchards? [Ask Lifehacker]

Where Can I Find Corn Mazes, Pumpkin Patches, and Orchards? [Ask Lifehacker]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Dear Lifehacker,It’s getting to be that wagon rides and caramel apple time of year again. How can I find the best corn mazes, pumpkin patches, orchards and other fall delights? More » (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua a leggere – Original Link: Where Can I Find Corn Mazes, Pumpkin Patches, and Orchards? [Ask Lifehacker] Technorati...

24 Ago/10

Samsung Galaxy S è DivX certified

Samsung Galaxy S è DivX certified

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); DivX Inc ha annunciato oggi che il nuovo Galaxy S di Samsung  DivX Certified per la riproduzione di filmati in formato HD 720p. Galaxy S è il primo smartphone Android al mondo a ottenere tale certificazione, secondo in assoluto nel mercato. Per fruire della qualità dei video in formato DivX su Galaxy S, l’utente può caricare video nella memoria interna o su schede esterne (fino a 32GB), sia in formato standard...


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3 Ago/10

The web attack that leads hackers straight to your home

The web attack that leads hackers straight to your home

Is it possible, is there such a thing as an attack that can tell a hacker where you live?  The BBC has revealed that a specially booby-trapped website can tell a hacker where you are to only a few metres. The attack was dreamt up by security expert Sam Kamkar who demonstrated at the Black Hat hackers conference a website exploiting common shortcomings in a router to reveal it’s real-world location. He tricked the router into believing the request for it’s ID information...

2 Ago/10

Twitter sees 20 billionth tweet

Twitter sees 20 billionth tweet

Twitter’s micro-blogging service has always been popular, and with people such as Stephen Fry entertaining the masses, it’s popularity can only grow as more and more people sign up to follow the musings of person A or X. Now though the service has recorded it’s 20 billionth tweet from a graphic designed based on Tokyo known as GGGGGGo_Lets_Go. The Tweet “So that means the barrage might come back later all at once.” was recorded at 1544GMT on Saturday. ...

1 Ago/10

UAE to block the Blackberry?

UAE to block the Blackberry?

After previous problems in the country, the United Arab Emirates is now set to at least temorarily block RIM’s Blackberry phones in the country, saying they pose a “national security risk”. The rules regards internet usage and decency in the country are fairly strict and all ISPs are required to have filtering equipment to block innappropriate or offensive websites and content.  The difference with the Blackberry though is that all of the data on the phones is filtered...

31 Lug/10

Comodo Programs Manager

Comodo Programs Manager

Comodo Programs Manager replicates and extends the functionality of the Windows Uninstall A Program Control Panel applet. The free software application offers several maintenance related tasks, including uninstallation of programs, drivers, services, Windows features and updates. The interface displays the maintenance tasks on the left sidebar. Selecting an entry displays its contents in the main window, this are for instance all installed programs if the Programs task is selected, or...

31 Lug/10

Expect Out Of Band Windows Security Release On August 2

Expect Out Of Band Windows Security Release On August 2

An increase in attacks exploiting a recent vulnerability in LNK files in the Windows operating system, sparked the creation and imminent release of an out of band patch to protect PCs running Windows from those attacks. Until now, only workarounds were available to protect Windows systems from those attacks. This included a Microsoft Fix-IT solution, third party software to detect and block malicious LNK files, and a Stuxnet Rootkit Remover to clean infected computer systems from common...

30 Lug/10

Creating self-signed certificates with gnoMINT

Creating self-signed certificates with gnoMINT

I do a lot of work with Linux servers. Many of those servers are either web or mail that require the use of a signed certificate for authentication. In some of these cases a CA authorized certificate is necessary. In other cases though a self-signed certificate can be used. I can generate a self-signed certificate by command line pretty easily…but not everyone wants to take the time to learn how to do this. For those that want to ease of a user-friendly GUI tool to generate their...

30 Lug/10

Remove TV Commercials With Life Extender

Remove TV Commercials With Life Extender

Recorded TV shows usually contain one or multiple commercial breaks, which most users would probably like to remove to save storage space, and watch recorded tv shows without interruption. A typical 30 minute TV show has between five to ten minutes of advertisements, which means that removing those ads from the video will save between ten to twenty minutes of playtime and storage space per hour. Life Extender automatically removes TV commercials from recorded videos. The program works...