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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Mozilla security saw a new bug-report filed at bugzilla reporting an unclaimed RSA root certificate. The certificate goes by the name of RSA Security 1024 V3. Both Verisign and RSA have declined ownership of this certificate.

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The new HCL Beanstalk Xtreme, Beanstalk Classic and Beanstalk Ultima between Rs. 39990 and Rs. 85000. featuring a core-i7 processors and Windows 7.

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The much awaited Apple iPad launch lived up to its hype. From 9:00 AM today, it is finally available at at Apple and Best Buy stores around the country.

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Mozilla has released a quick update to its flagship Firefox Browser. This release 3.6.3 fixes the security flaws exploited by Nils at the Pwn2Own contest.

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RedHat has recently upgraded its Linux server product to RHEL 5.5 with many new features and performance improvements. The latest OS from RedHat has improved support for Windows Interportability and Kernel-based Virtual Machine.

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Linux Mint developers are proud to announce the release of the Xfce version of Linux Mint 8. This latest release features the lightweight Xfce desktop environment and has most of the nautilus features in built.

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Download Firefox For Android Pre-Release

Firefox is available as a pre-release download from the Android Forum. Although not feature complete, it has the basic bookmarks and some add-on support.

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A board of companies including non-profit companies, private companies and others have joined hands to protect the privacy of people over the Internet. The board has tech giants like Google, Microsoft and others as its members.

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Adobe Flash and Google Chrome got close when Adobe announced the availability of Flash support on Google Chrome. Adobe Flash player will be available on future versions of Google Chrome by default.

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A recent rumor of Apple iPhone arriving on Verizon’s CDMA network has sent the sales of Verizon to an all-time high in the last four months.

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GeoHot has threatened to release a custom firmware which will enable the Other OS feature in Sony’s PS3, in response to the latest firmware release disabling it.

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Google has started serving partially blocked mobile content in China. This follows the Google decision to redirect visitors of the the Google China homepage to the uncensored Google Hong Kong domain of google.com.hk.

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Sending files to friends just got easier with chat on iGoogle and Orkut. Google has added a nifty feature in Google Chat on iGoogle and Orkut which allows users to send files to friends just like in the GTalk chat client.

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Photoshop’s Content Aware Fill Rant Finally Matches GIMP’s Age Old Feature

On one hand, when the whole Internet is going crazy about the new feature of “content aware fill” in the latest Photoshop demoed by Photoshop, Gimp which had had this feature is remaining shut.

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The latest firmware release for PS3 from Sony will remove the “Other OS” feature. The update is scheduled to arrive on the 1st of April.

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