03 January 2011

Vote and Apply for best game

The year 2010 draws to a close. So it's time to look back. Nominate the best Games in 2010! Today is all about first-person shooter of the year. We have compiled a list of these. Which one of your favorites? Vote!

for the top games of the year. It connect to Battlefield: Bad Company 2, Bioshock 2, Metro 2033, Darkest of Days, Necrovision 2: Lost Company, Singularity, Sniper: Ghost Warrior, Medal of Honor, Call of Duty: Black Ops and Arma 2: Operation Arrowhead. Medal of Honor and Call of Duty: Black Ops were Oktover end and beginning of November, released shortly after the other two first-person shooter game made with some controversial content headlines. Thus, even in the German version of Call of Duty: Black Ops set properly the censorship scissors.

Bioshock 2 had to make this matter a little worried, even though the underwater world is anything but serene. Singularity other hand, was characterized less by their extravagant setting, but rather by the opportunity to travel through time. The developers stole vigorously at the ideas of its genre rivals. Darkest of Days also resorted to the time travel theme, and sent the player to various historical sites. What is FPS but now the best of the year 2010, in the end you decide. Cast your vote with help from the poll.

1. Which game do you think is the best FPS in 2010?
Which game do you think is the best FPS in 2010? Battlefield:
Bad Company 2

Bioshock 2
Metro 2033
Darkest of Days
Necrovision 2: Lost Company
Singularity
Sniper: Ghost Warrior
Medal of Honor
Call of Duty: Black Ops
Arma 2: Operation Arrowhead

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The main key for PS3 announced

Geohot, known for his iPhone jailbreak, and to get Sony to remove "otheros" function when he found a security flaw in the PS3, has now been found and published PS3 scene's holy grail.

After a team of hackers called fail0verflow at a conference in Germany between Christmas and New Year, revealed how Sony had blown himself seriously in the random part (k) of their implementation of sikkerhedsalgoritmen ECDSA , so this would always be the same, there have been busy on the network more sinister side.
Keys to various loaders on the machine came on line, but common to all these was that they could be updated by Sony. Red more about Ps3

Now Geohot found the key to "Metldr" which is the part of the machine, which can decode all the loaders, and the key can not be updated from sony.

This means that the Play station 3 is hacked forever, and hackers could create their own firmwares and programs such as Linux can be installed on any machine, without using USB sticks, chips and more.

On the side where the key is published, there is also a salute to the three console manufacturers, where he offers to help in securing the next console they want to do.

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08 November 2010

Samsung Galaxy Tabs WIFI version Rumours

Announced the pure WiFi version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab was some time ago. Now, however, rumors have surfaced that the manufacturer no longer manage to bring his Tablet for Christmas on the market. There is talk of a publication after the Christmas holidays, "which means in the USA early next year. It may soon come from T-Mobile

Until then, users of the Samsung Galaxy Tab rely on to work with the 3G version and have the option of mobile telephony to be accepted. This need not be used, but probably makes for a slightly higher price than the pure WiFi Galaxy Tab. See more iphone 4 case

If you believe here the various sources on the Internet, so the price difference for the two Samsung tablets at about 15 percent will be. The wait could be worthwhile

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29 July 2010

Seven people have keys to the Internet

To "restart" the Internet in the event of a major attack on the infrastructure are seven people across the world have been designated to be a part of the cryptographic key needed to restart.

It is about DNSSEC system, which stands for Domain Name System Security Extensions, which include ensure that the URLs on the Internet can be verified with the right owners and to ensure data is correct, for example, to prevent fake pages that have taken over a DNS name.

If the servers involved in DNSSEC, comes under attack, they will automatically disconnect from the network to limit the damage. To connect all the servers again, used a key, called the DNSSEC root key, which is split between seven smart cards awarded to seven individuals from England, USA, Burkina Faso, Trinidad and Tobago, Canada, China and Czech Republic.

Five out of seven people are needed to restore the system, which is done by people flown to a secure place in the U.S., after which the key input, and the servers are connected again. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), which overlooks the whole procedure.

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27 July 2010

No common wireless HDMI standard

There are several suggestions on how to transfer the image from such a Blu-ray Disc player to a TV, but according to a report from the firm In-Stat, there is no consensus about which one should use .

The three technologies, it is about is WHDI (Wireless Home Digital Interface, WirelessHD and WiGig (Wireless Gigabit), developed respectively by Israeli AMIMON, U.S. SiBeam and WiGig Alliance.

None of the technologies are compatible with each other because they differ markedly in operation in some areas. WHDI communicates so in the 5 GHz area in which the two other uses spectrum around 60 GHz.

WirelessHD and WiGig differs in that the latter can also be used for data communications between computers, as behind firms see it as the future of Wi-Fi standard. Among WiGig-alliance members will find companies such as Broadcom, Dell, Intel, LG, Microsoft, NEC, Nokia, NXP, Panasonic and Samsung.

In-State's conclusion is that none of the technologies are particularly ripe yet, and combined with the fact that they are fighting each other, they expect a very slow diffusion of new televisions.

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NASA makes 21.2 giga pixel image of Mars

With the U.S. space agency NASA could in last week's release of the hitherto most detailed picture of Mars' surface, which covers the entire planet.

The picture was taken of the aging Mars Odyssey spacecraft, which circled the red planet since 2001. For the task used Odyssey's THEMIS camerain total have taken 21,000 pictures to make a complete map of Mars.The solution of the image is 213,391 x 106,699 pixels, making it possible to see objects down to a size of 100 meters. There are photos that show much smaller objects, but this is not a global map.It is possible to explore the big picture from Mars Global Data Sets, w


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26 July 2010

Mozilla Launches 'Candy Loss' to Firefox 4

In the next major update to the Mozilla browser, Firefox 4 is announced some changes and news, among other tabs will move to the top, as it is known from Chrome. Now they go a step further with the tabs and introduces "Loss Candy".

In short, there is a whole new way to manage its tabs on. Today it can quickly become unreadable if you have many pages open at once, especially when the tabs start to "disappear" from the list and you have to scroll to see the rest.

With Loss Candy is the end, since it at the touch of a button, can see all his fanblade in what can best be described as an Exposé-like feature. Here it is possible to group tabs by dragging and dropping them so relevant pages belong together.

Yet this is an early alpha version of the function, and developer Aza Raskin has many ideas for what should be possible. In a video you can see below, he explains how Candy Tab works now and how he imagines it will look like when it is finished.

One of the features is being able to share its Loss Candy-groups with other, preferably in real time, so you can more easily cooperate. If you want to try Loss Candy, so it can be done by downloading the latest build.

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23 July 2010

Samsung and Toshiba triplesdata transmission speed

When it comes to the popular flashram type NAND , so there is a big problem , data transmission speed is not very high but it has Samsung and Toshiba now been resolved .

The current standard allows speeds of up to 40 Mbps over a SDR interface (Single Data Rate ) and uses get a DDR interface ( Double Data Rate) rate can reach 133 Mbps. Toshiba and Samsung have now come up with next version of the DDR interface, which triples the speed to 400 Mbps.

The new specification , called " Toggle DDR 2.0 "will be open to all, and they hope that companies like Intel and Micron will use them, because the technology also can spread to the SSD market.

Both companies are working together with JEDEC (Joint Electron Devices Engineering Council) , to ensure standardization of the specifications.

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19 July 2010

Motorola rejects Droid X destroyed by eFuse

With the launch of X- Droid mobile phone, Motorola has just released the sequel to the highly popular Droid mobile phone , but in the wake followed criticism over a feature that is supposed to destroy the phone if you picked it.

Motorola has used IBM's eFuse technology that reportedly will make the phone unusable if a user pills at either Android kernel, bootloader or the phone's ROM.

Motorola rejects being made to the phone being destroyed , but recognize that the phone can no longer be used, but it is just to come original software in it again.

In reference specifically two eFuse , the technology is not loaded with the purpose of Preventing a consumer device from functioning , but rather Ensuring for the user that the device only runs on updated and tested versions of software. If a device attempts two boot with unapproved software, it will go into recovery mode , and can re -boot once approved software is re - installed.Motorola

Phone manufacturer suggests further that it is very normal to try to prevent third party to tamper with the software in its product.

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RIM responds to Steve Jobs

During Friday's press conference where Apple responded to growing criticism about the antenna problem with the iPhone 4 , it was mentioned that it was not just a problem with iPhone 4 , but a general problem in the industry. This has prompted the Directors of RIM , Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie , to make sharp samples taken on Apple's accusations and Apple itself.

RIM says even that is a global leader when it comes to antenna design and to customers with BlackBerry smartphones will not use the covers in order to maintain proper signal.

RIM is a global leader in antenna design and has been successfully designing industry- leading wireless data products with efficient and effective radio performance for over 20 yearsMike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie

RIM also found that Apple must take responsibility for their decisions and not drag other producers into their situation.

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18 July 2010

Motorola rejects DroidX destroyed by eFuse

With the launch of X- Droid mobile phone, Motorola has just released the sequel to the highly popular Droid mobile phone , but in the wake followed criticism over a feature that is supposed to destroy the phone if you picked it.

Motorola has used IBM's eFuse technology that reportedly will make the phone unusable if a user pills at either Android kernel, bootloader or the phone's ROM.

Motorola rejects being made to the phone being destroyed , but recognize that the phone can no longer be used, but it is just to come original software in it again.

In reference specifically two eFuse , the technology is not loaded with the purpose of Preventing a consumer device from functioning , but rather Ensuring for the user that the device only runs on updated and tested versions of software. If a device attempts two boot with unapproved software, it will go into recovery mode , and can re -boot once approved software is re - installed.Motorola

Phone manufacturer suggests further that it is very normal to try to prevent third party to tamper with the software in its product.

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23 June 2010

AMD launches low-cost and low-power processors

AMD is well aware they can not compete on performance when it comes to having the most powerful processor, and has long focussed on delivering a good price / performance ratio instead.

With the launch of several new processors in their Opteron series continues to this approach , particularly processor Opteron 4122 sets new standards.

This is a 2.2 GHz quad - core processor with MB cache 8.6 sold for just $ 99, or just around 600 dollars , which is the lowest price yet for a server CPU from AMD. The cheapest server CPU from Intel cost comparison $ 167th

When the cheap processor has an energy of up to 75 watts , then the models EE 4162 and EE 4164 much more energy -friendly, with a consumption of only 32 watts. There are both talking about six - core processors. The former operate at 1.7 GHz and the second at 1.8 GHz - prices are respectively $ 316 and $ 698th

Several computer manufacturers is expected to announce servers based on the new Opteron series shortly.

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