Author: Chinmoy Kanjilal Google Profile for Chinmoy Kanjilal
Chinmoy Kanjilal is a FOSS enthusiast and evangelist. He is passionate about Android. Security exploits turn him on and he loves to tinker with computer networks. He rants occasionally at Techarraz.com. You can connect with him on Twitter @ckandroid.

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BT-Yahoo

Along with a super-massive email deal, Yahoo will also lose a substantial amount of traffic to its homepage, which was set to Yahoo.com for all BT subscribers by default.

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FBI

it will be wrong to accuse the judge Susan Illston of passing a biased verdict in this case. Her argument in this case was that Google went after the premises of issuing an NSL; instead of preparing a defense against the 19 NSL that were the real problem.

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ubuntu_logo

Today, personal computing has moved beyond PCs, and it includes a plethora of other devices that keep us connected to the Internet 24X7.

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Twitter-logo

The hacks seem to have been carried out by the Syrian Electronic Army, which claimed responsibility on the @60minutes Twitter account after hacking it for a second time.

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british-library

The British Library has decided to archive the entire UK web. This effort includes websites, blogs, forums and social media sites.

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patent-troll

Parallel Iron claims that the HDFS file system was created by four innovators, who got patents for this technology, and then assigned the patents to Ring Technology Enterprises, now Parallel Iron.

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Rust and Servo are sister projects now, and will be released on Android and ARM. The primary focus here seems to be mobile devices.

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file_transfer

The Yahoo! Mail-Dropbox integration will let Yahoo! Mail users add attachments to their mails directly from Dropbox and save mail attachments to Dropbox. The feature will be available globally for all Yahoo! mail users.

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RaspberryPi

The $25 Model A sacrifices the ethernet port and has only one USB port. Thus, the model A needs much lesser power than the Model B.

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gnome-3-8

GNOME 3.8 brings many new awesome features and improvements to the table. There have been a number of design changes in the file manager, contacts application and the documents application.

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Canonical plays a major role in Ubuntu, and it has based a business around the product, so it has a vested interest in the project too.

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Java 7 brought a new awesome feature called Security Control to the table. With update 11 of Java 7, the security level was set to high, requiring users to approve if they wanted to run an applet irrespective of whether it was signed or not.

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Security Researchers Discover the Earliest Version of Stuxnet

The earliest version of Stuxnet has been discovered, and christened Stuxnet 0.5. Stuxnet 0.5 reveals the evolution of this dreaded worm over the years.

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canon-mreal

At a price tag of $125,000, the MReal is not affordable, neither is it a consumer device. It has been showcased as a virtual reality environment creator.

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ubuntu-for-tablet

The first appearance of Ubuntu for tablet is due this Thursday, and it is arriving on the Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 tablets as a Developer Preview.

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