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Catholic Church Announces New Pope On Twitter

Catholic Church Announces New Pope On Twitter

Pope Benedict XVI recently gave up his position due to different health concerns. The Catholic Church had been busy these past few weeks trying to find an apt successor. Now it has one and apparently, the Church decided to use Twitter to announce the new Pope Francis.

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Twitter Unveiled Native Windows 8 App, Features A Few Unique Add-ons

Twitter Unveiled Native Windows 8 App, Features A Few Unique Add-ons

According to its commitment months ago, Twitter has released the native Windows 8 app. This Windows 8 App version comes with usual Twitter features and a few unique add-ons. This app has been designed uniquely for Windows 8 devices.

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Cryptography Researchers Win ACM Turing Award 2012

Cryptography Researchers Win ACM Turing Award 2012

This year’s ACM Turing Award has been bestowed to two cryptography researchers from MIT – Shafi Goldwasser and Silvio Micali. The duo has awarded this recognition for pioneering modern cryptography and devising mechanisms to secure internet communications.

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Facebook Announced Improvements to Timeline – Focusing More On Apps & Lists

Facebook Announced Improvements to Timeline – Focusing More On Apps & Lists

Facebook just announced updates to Timeline, which they already started to roll out. So far it seems as a major update, and Facebook is moving it’s focus more on Apps, and different kinds on list & collection. It will probably took few week to roll out to all user, but as its imminent so its important to everyone. It will probably change the way we use Facebook, the way we share and keep track of things, like reading elements, watching moving, visiting places to watching tv-shows. Here I will try to point major change we all will see.

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Reserve Bank Of Australia Hacked By Chinese Malware

Reserve Bank Of Australia Hacked By Chinese Malware

Last Monday, Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) said that few of its computers had been targeted by Chinese-developed malware.

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Updated Dropbox Desktop Client Is Here With Real-Time Notifications, Better File Sharing

Updated Dropbox Desktop Client Is Here With Real-Time Notifications, Better File Sharing

The Dropbox team has pushed out an update for their desktop client. The update arrives with a number of new features, such as real-time notifications as well as easier and quicker file-sharing options.

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Gmail’s Web App For Mobile Devices And Offline App For Chrome Gets Updated

Gmail’s Web App For Mobile Devices And Offline App For Chrome Gets Updated

Google has rolled out an update for the Gmail web app for mobile devices as well as its offline app for Chrome users. The update has much to do with the looks, which the company has made neater, simpler and less cluttered.

By On March 12, 2013 Respond
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Hacker Called ‘Godzilla’ Takes Down Multiple Pakistani Government Websites

Hacker Called ‘Godzilla’ Takes Down Multiple Pakistani Government Websites

Cyber skirmishes between Pakistani and Indian hackers are an ongoing affair. Hackers from both sides of the border usually keep trashing each others’ sites. This time, it is an Indian hacker named ‘Godzilla’ who has taken down multiple Pakistan government sites, alleging that the government supports terrorism.

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Facebook Security Officer Reveals Further Details About Recent Malware Attack

Facebook Security Officer Reveals Further Details About Recent Malware Attack

Recently, news surfaced that the machines of a number of employees across multiple companies were hacked in malware attacks. The companies included the likes of Apple, Twitter and Facebook. Recently, Facebook’s security chief officer Joe Sullivan has stated that the malware was injected into users’ machines through iPhoneDevSDK.

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Release Candidate For Bootstrap 3 Is Here, Built On A ‘Mobile First’ Philosophy

Release Candidate For Bootstrap 3 Is Here, Built On A ‘Mobile First’ Philosophy

We have been waiting about the next release of the popular front-end framework for web development, Bootstrap. While Bootstrap 3 hasn’t exactly been released yet, the candidate preview of the new version is up. And the creators behind the framework tell us that this time, they have included mobile-support right into the code.

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Bang With Friends Launches Special SXSW Page

Bang With Friends Launches Special SXSW Page

A significant number of technology journalists are present at the SXSW event this year, naturally there to cover tech analysis from experts and such. The team behind ‘Bang With Friends’ seem to be using the occasion to help SXSW attendees hook up with each other and have…fun.

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Andoid Is The Preffered Platform By Hackers: Report

Andoid Is The Preffered Platform By Hackers: Report

Despite worries over new and more sophisticated mobile malware, cyber criminals still overwhelmingly prefer the older, more primitive attack techniques. Recently, mobile security company F-Secure has released a report on the status of mobile threats in 2012. According to that report, hackers prefer to target Android platform to spread malware rather than other OS. The security firm said that Android operating system accounted for 79 percent of all malware infections on smartphones, and the threat is multiplying.

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Air Force Removes Drone Strike Data From Its Website

Air Force Removes Drone Strike Data From Its Website

Drone attacks have been a point of contention for the Obama administration as well as the U.S. anti-terrorism strategy at large. A significant number of Americans, including the lawmakers, seem opposed to these. The Air Force started releasing drone strike data on its website back in October, but has removed that data now.

By On March 10, 2013 Respond
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Hackers Find No Winning Exploit In Chrome OS At Pwnium 3

Hackers Find No Winning Exploit In Chrome OS At Pwnium 3

Every year, Google brings together somewhat of a hackathon where hackers are invited to find security exploits in Google’s products, typically its browser and the Chrome OS. While in the past years, hackers have been able to find significant exploits, this year’s Pwnium 3 event didn’t yield any winning entry.

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Justin Bieber’s YouTube Channel Gets Hacked For A Few Hours

Justin Bieber’s YouTube Channel Gets Hacked For A Few Hours

Justin Bieber is the one pop icon towards which all sane critics willfully fire their cannons. They are not to blame for that, neither is he for that matter. Nonetheless, apparently some zealot went so far in his opposition to Bieber than he decided to hack his YouTube channel, causing a flurry of OMG tweets.

By On March 9, 2013 Respond
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