The large project funding platform Kickstarter has been keeping watch of various projects published by hardware innovators who they think have been using their platform as store for uninvented products. They want their users to understand that their platform provides a source of funds for ‘Created and crafted’ projects.
Google began to warn more than Half-a-Million users in it’s search on May 22, notifying them that their computers were infected and if it had not been cleaned by July 9th they could face disconnection from the internet. According to a court order by the U.S Department of Justice, FBI warns users saying- people connected through a malware DNSchanger system would be disconnected from the internet from July 9th.
When it comes to security and access control for your shops and offices the easy and power-fail safe Electronic door lock device would be the Electronic Strike. Even though there are several other alternatives for safe door keeping like the Magnetic locks, these seem to function only when there is continuous availability of Electricity.
The Swedish Torrent file-sharing website has been ordered to be blocked, by the UK court in terms of Breach of Copyright. It has instated that all its 5 major ISP’s – Virgin, O2, Talk Talk, Sky and Everything Everywhere will begin blocking the Illegal file sharing website for its users to comply with the UK court orders.
One of the most popular Linux Distro’s – Ubuntu takes pride in revealing it’s new and ‘Yet-to-come’ Ubuntu 12.10. The new distro gets named even before it’s predecessor, Ubuntu 12.04 (Precise Pangolin) makes it’s full release. Precise Pangolin has been in it’s beta for a while now and has been marked for release on the 26th of April, which is 2 days from now.
Twitter has got itself a new makeover which was accessible by some users from December 2011. It has a newly designed Top bar showing links to Home, Connect and Discover. The new Homepage changes it’s background colors vibrantly and gives it a unique touch of glow.