Archive for September, 2011 | Monthly archive page

Facebook Is Tracking Your Every Move on the Web; Here’s How to Stop It

Facebook Is Tracking Your Every Move on the Web; Here’s How to Stop It.

ACTA to be signed by a few countries

On Saturday, October 1, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan will hold the signing ceremony for the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) at Iikura Guest House, Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Agreement was inspired in significant part by Japan’s proposal at the G8 Gleneagles Summit in 2005 to create a new international framework against counterfeit […]

Scientists Disarm AIDS Virus’ Attack on Immune System

Scientists say they have found a way to disarm the AIDS virus in research that could lead to a vaccine. Researchers have discovered that if they eliminate a cholesterol membrane surrounding the virus, HIV cannot disrupt communication among disease-fighting cells and the immune system returns to normal. Scientists have discovered that HIV needs cholesterol, which […]

Has the speed of light been broken?

The researchers have found neutrino’s that seem to go faster, but are putting this out as a request for confirmation. They believe it could be measuring errors but are looking for others to replicate their experiment or check their measurements. BBC News – Speed-of-light experiments give baffling result at Cern.

Leaf-spine vs three tier networking

Leaf spine has no tiers and allows data between server nodes to communicate much faster with lower latency. In an age of cloud computing where there is lots of data communication between servers or nodes inside the network, have to go up and down through the tiers is inefficient. No more tiers for flatter networks […]

SSL hacked and decrypted using BEAST

“BEAST is different than most published attacks against HTTPS,” Duong wrote in an email. “While other attacks focus on the authenticity property of SSL, BEAST attacks the confidentiality of the protocol. As far as we know, BEAST implements the first attack that actually decrypts HTTPS requests.” via Hackers break SSL encryption used by millions of […]

30″ – 60″ dual touch foil

Visual Planet | Multi-touch specification.

CardSwitcher Brings WebOS’ Visual Multitasking to Jailbroken iOS Devices

CardSwitcher Brings WebOS’ Visual Multitasking to Jailbroken iOS Devices.

U.S. Can’t Track Tons of Weapons-Grade Uranium, Plutonium

the U.S. can’t track or fully account for 5,900 pounds of “weapons usable” nuclear material that it once shipped overseas. Instead, U.S. officials have to rely on foreign governments’ assurances that the potentially cataclysmic stuff is safe. And when those officials occasionally visit the sites holding the nuclear material, nearly half the places “did not […]

Vocre: talk translate through your iphone

Vocre [voh-krey] is a new translation app from myLanguage that allows anyone to communicate instantly with anybody from anywhere – without language being a barrier. via Vocre from myLanguage. You speak in one language one end, it speaks out the translation afterwards. Easy!

Who stole my pictures? Find duplicate pictures in Firefox

Search for copies of the images using,,,, and via right click menu via Who stole my pictures? :: Add-ons for Firefox.

Speed Up Your SSD By Correctly Aligning Your Partitions

Speed Up Your SSD By Correctly Aligning Your Partitions.

Free offline browser | Fresh Websuction

Fresh WebSuction is designed for downloading Web pages or web contents (reference material, software files, online books, e-zines, news articles) for viewing offline via Free offline browser | Fresh Websuction.

Using Power Structure and Gestalt for Visual Hierarchy

Any website designer should read the following: Using Power Structure and Gestalt for Visual Hierarchy. Gestalt principles applied in design A look into colour theory in web design

IR invisibility cloak for tanks

Developed by BAE Systems, the Adaptiv technology allows vehicles to mimic the temperature of their surroundings. It can also make a tank look like other objects, such as a cow or car, when seen through heat-sensitive ‘scopes. Researchers are looking at ways to make it work with other wavelengths of light to confer true invisibility. […]

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