Showing posts from February, 2011

Facebook in SIM Card

How about Facebook comes embedded inside a SIM card you buy from your nearby store. Yeah its true...a Dutch digital security company Gemalto has made it possible and has announced Facebook for SIM card at the annual world congress in Barcelona. The company has achieved this by shrinking the facebook into such a small size that it can be stored in SIM. Therefore, enabling people to enjoy the Facebook on their GSM networks without a data plan.In doing so, Gemalto is offering Facebook to millions of mobile phone users regardless of their handset type. The app uses Class 2 SMS to ensure compatibility with the most basic handsets and networks. Class 2 SMS messages are delivered direct to the SIM without the user being involved, and then the application running on the SIM can tell the handset to alert the user. Gemalto did not reveal any release details, but emerging markets where data plans are ridiculously expensive, or simply not available, is likely the target audience.

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MOzilla targets to release Four new versions for Firefox in 2011

Firefox 4,5,6,7 are the four new versions of firefox browser which the company looks forward to launch them by end of 2011. The four new versions is just one of the company's goals for this year. Here are seven points that the company currently has listed as its Product Priorities for 2011 on its Firefox/Roadmap wiki page: Ship our new technology to users in smaller bundles, more frequently: four technology shipment vehicles in 2011 (including Firefox 4) and achieve a regular cadence for shipping Develop a product that is responsive from "click to render": no more than 50ms delay between user action and application reaction, provide optimizations to hide network latency, and obtain metrics from users in addition to our test infrastructure Expand the Open Web Platform to include Apps, Social and Identity: Design and implement open systems for Identity and social interactions, design and implement Web Application Framework, and implement missing pieces of CSS

Debian 6.0 Released...

The new Debian 6.0 codenamed Squeeze   is here. It took 24 months to release a stable release of Debian 6.0. The Debian is a free operating system under GNU General public license and other free software licenses. The New Debian comes in two flavors they are Debian GNU/Linux, Debian GNU/kFreeBSD. The new realease sonsists of various updated packages. The installation process for Debian GNU/Linux 6.0 has been improved in various ways, including easier selection of language and keyboard settings, and partitioning of logical volumes, RAID and encrypted systems. Support has also been added for the ext4 and Btrfs filesystems and — on the kFreeBSD architecture — the Zettabyte filesystem (ZFS). The installation system for Debian GNU/Linux is now available in 70 languages.Debian may be installed from various installation media such as Blu-ray Discs, DVDs, CDs and USB sticks or from the network. GNOME is the default desktop environment and is contained on the first CD. With this broad selectio

Internet Information Server (IIS) or Internet Information Services

What Is IIS? IIS is a web server application which is provided by Microsoft to run with its Windows Operating System. It is the most used server after the Apache HTTP Server. It is available for all the editions of Microsoft Windows Operating Systems but, doesn't comes installed beforehand. The latest stable release of IIS 7.5 supports HTTP , HTTPS , FTP , FTPS , SMTP and NNTP protocols. It is a type of Web server , mail server and FTP server . Features of IIS: IIS is build of up of various modules integrated with each other to form the IIS. Every module performs the specific task to accomplish a user function. The modules and the task performed by them are as follows: HTTP modules – Used to perform tasks specific to HTTP in the request-processing pipeline, such as responding to information and inquiries sent in client headers, returning HTTP errors, and redirecting requests. Security modules – Used to perform tasks related to security in the request-processing pipeline,

Honeycomb not coming to Android 3.0 smartphones says Google..

Google announced officially that honeycomb is not coming to the android smartphones market as it says it is specifically meant for the tablets running android 3.0 only.Beside this although its not coming to smartphones the smartphones would include various features which a honeycomb posses. The knowledge about what all features will be coming is not yet highlighted by the Google 'Do no Evil' . Related Links: