Google’s much awaited Gingerbread is out on Google Nexus S – a phone co-developed by Samsung and Google. The attacks on Wikileaks are not from sophisticated government spy network but from bunch of hackers using compromised computers across the world. Thanks to the attacks and the boycotts, Wikileaks is now spawned in to more than 100 mirrors showing the strength of Internet.
Gingerbread is out
Android’s fastest ever operating system, Android 2.3 aka Gingerbread is out. Google’s co-developed phone Google Nexus S is the first phone to be shipped out with Gingerbread. Notable features in Gingerbread : Near field communications (NFC), large screen support (viable for Tablet PC’s), multiple camera support and support for 55 languages including Hindi.
Playstation phone ‘Zeus’ revealed
Sony’s Playstation phone which is in rumors so far has now come out with a video and a name too. The phone is named as Zeus. Ironically Videocon’s Android phone is named as Zeus too. This video from CrunchGear shows Zeus running Gingerbread.
Wikileaks was brought down by few hundred PC’s
The attacks are launched by someone with limited coding skills using multiple compromised computers. As per the security experts, the attack on Wikileaks isn’t that big a deal. Then why did EveryDNS ditch Wikileaks?
WWF : Unprintable pdf format
WWF is the new format to save trees. This new format is a replacement to pdf with one caveat. The files in wwf format cannot be printed out. What they can’t be printed out? That’s right and that would potentially save a tree and eventually save a forest.
Hi Steve where’s the camera?
You might have already seen this viral campaign from sayhitospace.com. In the video below an iPad is ridiculed for its lack of camera and well engineered hole is drilled into the iPad by a machine. Video ends with “Hi Steve, where’s my camera”. A must watch :