Monday, 13 June 2011

LulzSec Group Hacks More Than 45 Porn Sites

LulzSec Group has hit again but this time, the targets are not the regular largest companies but port websites, more than 55 of them.

Lulz Security group announced that they have stolen more than 55 porn sites data including email, name, address, credit card information etc.

The interesting part is that, Lulz hackers particularly highlighted the military and Gov organizations emails in their post.

In the statement, LulzSec Group Hackers said, “Hi! We love porn (occasionally), so these are email/password combinations from which we plundered for the lulz.”

“Make sure these .Gov organizations and military email accounts that signed up to the specific porn site…They are very interested and too busy fapping to defend their country,” the group said.

“Also, double LOL, 55 admin/webmasters of other porn sites,” the hackers said, listing admin account and webmaster email account and their passwords. They also listed “about 26,000” email address and passwords.

LulzSec Group Hackers has claimed task for hacking Nintendo, Sony Entertainment networks, FBI-affiliated InfraGard and PBS. The LulzSec announcement also explain that they have also informed the British National Health Service of their network’s receptiveness to hit and brought down terrorist site in the last 24 hours.

Monday, 6 June 2011

Finally iPhone 4 Launched by Airtel and Aircel in India

India: Eleven months after Apple's Latest-generation Smartphone hit stores worldwide; the iPhone 4 was released on Friday in India at major cities such as Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Delhi, Surat, Vadodara Rajkot, Valsad, Vapi and many more. Apple is The world's Accepted largest market for mobile phones.

Announcing the roll-out of one of the the majority predictable smart phones in the world by Bharti Airtel here and in 34 other cities in India, Airtel CEO (West Bengal and Orissa) P D Sharma added that the iPhone 4 will build a separate space from the clutter of smart phones in the market, many of them having copied Apple features.

"iPhone 4 will show up for its innovative applications and provide to the focus section as well, with attractive pricing which will not make a pinch both in the long and short term," Sharma said on the sidelines of the launch here.

You can able to get iPhone 4 in India by only Airtel and Aircel and Airtel has decided the price of iPhone 4 16 GB version at 34500 INR and 32 GB version at 49500 INR.

The Aircel has also decided the price of iPhone 4 such as 16 GB at 34000 INR and 32 GB at 49000 INR. iPhone 4 Currently available in major retailers of both Airtel and Aircel. You can also buy iPhone 4 from directly from Airtel and Aircel websites with 2 years contract with Prepaid and Postpaid Plans.
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Tuesday, 31 May 2011

Sony launches Playstation Network in Japan

According to CNET, Sony has announced to launch its PlayStation Network and Qriocity services in major Asian countries including Japan, Singapore, Thailand and Taiwan.

This news from Sony means gamers from Asia will now be capable to continue with the PlayStation Network.

When Sony’s Play Station Network and Qriocity services were hacked in April, Sony was closed all services worldwide. The Sony Online Entertainment service was also hacked.

Sony termed this attack as a highly sophisticated attack. Approximately 100 million users Personal data was stolen in this attack. Though, Sony said that the credit card information of the users was encrypted and therefore was protected.

Sony says that it “worked closely with respected outside security firms” to confirm that the security of the services being provided is up to the mark. An early-warning system is also being applied to make sure that company gets fast alerts in case any hacker attempts to enter into the network.

The PSN and Qriocity services were re-established for the users from U.S. and Europe before this month. For US users, Sony has also introduced one-year identity-protection insurance service.

The government of Japan had asked Sony to ensure security of Japanese users’ information before restoring PlayStation Network in Japan. “As of May 13, Sony was incomplete in exercising measures that they said they will do on the May 1 press conference,” told Kazushige Nobutani to Dow Jones. Nobutani is the Director of Media and Content in the Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry in Japan.

Sony has now said that it is setting up services for users. They can use these services for getting directions from company if required.

What Users Don’t Like in iPad Applications?

According to CNN reports, it has been almost a year since the launch of Apple’s iPad. Though, the manufacturers and users of the iPad are still trying to find out techniques to compose it more user-friendly.

According to the survey accomplished by Nielsen Norman Group (NNG), much improvement has been noticed in the usability of various applications of iPad in the past one year.

Recently NNG accomplished a survey, which involved 16 users with some iPad experience. These users were offered 26 iPad apps and 6 websites to interact with on their iPads. Later users shared their occurrences with the researchers.

One major difficulty user’s face is with the touchable areas that they say are typically too small and difficult to identify correctly. Links within the text are also too small sometimes. Websites and apps with close touchable areas typically guide to wrong navigation.

The survey found that iPad users attempt to avoid typing on the touchpad. Accordingly, most iPad users avoid the registration procedure in which lot of onscreen typing in needed.

It is also noted that a slightly more number of iPad users like better the landscape (horizontal) mode. Apps which use horizontal navigation in landscape orientation and vertical navigation in portrait orientation confused the user. Apps whose content changes with alter in orientation also annoy users.

Monday, 30 May 2011

Facebook Is Making Ways to Share Media

A report says, currently, Facebook is working on share media project to develop new features that will make the sharing of users most liked music, TV shows and additional media as much a part of its site as playing games or upload vacation photos 

The company is in conversations with some online music services, as well as the European company Spotify, to create a tab or widget that would show a user’s most-played music and offer a simple method for friends to hear them. Facebook would like to do the same for other types of media, like news and video, two people involved in the discussions said.

Facebook, which has around 700M users, would not comment on its tactics. But analysts and media persons said the company’s move into media was part of its ambition to become a focus for all sort of activities on the Internet. And as the company sees it, people more and more describe themselves through the media they consume, they said.

In a statement, Facebook said, “We’re always looking for better ways to help people discover the most relevant content on Facebook but have nothing to announce.”

“Listening to music is something that user doing with their friends,” Mr. Mark Zuckerberg said. “Music, TV, news, books — those types of things I feel people just naturally do with their friends. I expect we can play a part in enabling those new companies to acquire built, and companies that are out there producing this great content to become more social.”

A number of music services, such as Pandora and Spotify, already permit users to access with their Facebook account, and they personalize their sites for users based on the activities of their friends. But Facebook wants to make it easier for users to tap into those activities on its site.

According to the media person involved in the discussions, Facebook’s different media partners would all have a division in a constant feed displaying the songs a user is listening to or the video a user is watching. Friends could then get entrée to the same content with single click. By using external partners, Facebook itself would not license any content from record companies or television networks.

Facebook is recognized for tinkering with goods until they are set, and the features of Facebook’s novel services for music and further media could alter before they are released.

The attempt could pay off in a big technique if Facebook succeeds in devising functions that would permit its users to pay for entrée to third-party music services using its online exchange, Credits, said David Kirkpatrick, the author of “The Facebook Effect.”

“Music could be a gold mine, just like games have been a gold mine,” Mr. Kirkpatrick said.

Reports of Facebook’s discussions with Spotify have surfaced repetitively on technology blogs, leading to rumor that Facebook would work with the service to make a music channel. But people with awareness of Facebook’s policy say the company never wanted to tie itself to a single music service, preferring instead to work with several partners.

Spotify, which exists in 7 European countries, has been in discussion with main record labels for sharing in the United States. It already has Facebook connections: Sean Parker, an early Facebook investor, is also an investor in Spotify.

Jim Butcher, a Spotify spokesman, said, “We’re continuously working together to make the social experience on Spotify the best it can be and welcome relationships with any company looking to innovate by building more social value into the user experience.”

Last year, Facebook discussed with Apple about bringing social services into iTunes. But the talks broke down and Apple developed its own social network within iTunes, called Ping. It has not become well-liked with users.

Friday, 27 May 2011

PreOrders Available for New Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1


The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 will available at major retailers store on 8 June with Android 3.1 Honeycomb, a latest version of Android operating system.

Users can able to preorders for The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 at retailers store now.

Whereas the Galaxy Tab 10.1 firstly listed to arrive with Android 3.0, Samsung announced by Facebook and Twitter that it will not come with the same software as the Motorola Xoom when launched.

Preorders for Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 are at present available through major US retailers, and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 will cost $499 for the 16 GB version and $599 for the 32 GB version, which agrees with the opening prices given by Samsung for through launch in a few weeks’ time in the U.S.

Samsung’s most recent tablet should appear with a 1 GHz Tegra 2 dual-core processor, 1 GB of RAM, a 3 MP rear-facing camera, a 2MP front-facing camera, Bluetooth 2.1 support, a 7,000 mAH battery, a 8.6mm thin design, and its 10.1-inch display with 1280 x 800 resolution.

Android 3.1 Honeycomb will carry more than a few features and improvements, as well as re-sizable widgets and support for USB devices such as game controllers.

Thursday, 26 May 2011

Sharp Launches First Clamshell Android Phone

Sharp is going to introduce a new clamshell Android phone, the initial of its type from a key manufacturer, and will go on sale in Japan for a while next month.

The Aquos mobile the Hybrid 007SH might have a form feature ringing of phones from the early months of 2000, with its functions telling customers that it is a phone directly from the year 2011.

The clamshell Android phone has the latest features and functionality, with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, 3.4-inch powerful 3D LCD touch screen with 854×480 resolution, 0.7-inch OLED sub-display, 16 Mega Pixels CCD camera with 1,280×720 HD video recording system, water-resistant body, digital wallet function (Felica/RFID), Blu-ray recorder connectivity, and micro HDMI card.

The Aquos Phone the Hybrid 007SH dealings 113×51.8×19.3 mm, weighs 140g, and contains important features like IEEE 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0+EDR, GPS, digital TV tuner, infrared port, micro SD & SDHC card socket (shipped with a 2GB card inside), plus W-CDMA/GSM.

Except having 2 displays, Android 2.3 Gingerbread, and a 16 MP CCD camera, customers can flip the keyboard section of the phone to formulate it seem more similar to a camera, which makes it more exciting to seek once it hits the shelves.