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File sharing websites blocked by D.O.T

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File sharing websites blocked by D.O.T

File sharing websites blocked by D.O.T

The Department of Telecomm, (DOT), has blocked the following websites from Access in INDIA due to piracy issues

01. Megaupload
02. Mediafire
03. Megavideo
04. VideoBB
05. Novamov
06. Movshare
07. Rapidshare
08. Putlocker
09. Hotfile
10. Fileserve
11. Filesonic
12. Filesonic
13. Depositfiles
14. Wupload, etc

Many more will be blocked soon!

Google closes site that allowed users to test designs

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Google Labs had about 56 products under test. 
Company says it wants to focus on new ‘major product’.

Google ended Google Labs (Photo Play)

Google ended Google Labs (Photo Play)

 

Google announced on Wednesday (20) via its official blog that is ending the activities of Google Labs. The project gathered at an experimental stage products created by engineers of the company so that users could test them. According to the company, the reason of closing of Google Labs is part of its strategy to “prioritize other important products.”

In a message on the site, Bill Coughran, vice president of research and systems infrastructure at Google, said it would require “more focus if the company wants to make the most of opportunities that arise ahead.” He said many of the products which have emerged in Labs and are available in Android Market application store the operating system of the company, continue to be available. “Labs Products can still be incorporated into other areas,” he said.

Google Labs has about 56 products like Swiffy, which converts Flash files for HTML5 , Scribe, text editor that suggests words to streamline the production of content, and the Body, a 3D model of the human body. Google Goggles, which uses images to perform web searches, appeared in Google Labs.

Apple releases new OS for Mac

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Program can be purchased for $30 in store. 
OS X Lion takes the best ideas from iPad and brings to the Mac

Steve Jobs talks about the operating system Lion  at an event in the U.S.

Steve Jobs talks about the operating system Lion at an event in the U.S.

Apple released on Wednesday (20) in the Mac store App Store version of the new operating system for Macintosh computers, OS X Lion. The program can now be purchased for $30 .

The confirmation of the arrival of the new operating system was made ??on Tuesday (19) during the company’s announcement of the results in the second quarter of 2011.

The new OS X Lion, Jobs announced the second in 2010 , brings back to the computer functions developed in iOS, which runs on the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. So the Lion takes the best ideas and brings iPad Macintosh computers. The absence of a display system application in full screen, one of the shortcomings of those who migrated from Mac to Windows environment, has also been fixed. Now, the “+” button, integrated with all the windows, not only uses as much screen space that the program deems necessary: ??when you click it, the user causes the content to take the whole screen, without any unnecessary frame .

Mac OS X Lion brings a new way to view the programs running on the MacBook

Mac OS X Lion brings a new way to view the programs running on the MacBook

Other features of the system is the “Mission Control”, a new way to view the programs running on the MacBook, and new moves to the Multi-Touch. The Lion also includes the Mac App Store, app store for MacBook, launched in January , and Launchpad, which includes all applications have already downloaded to your computer.

In addition to automatically saving all changes made in a job – one of the new features of the system – OS X Lion keeps a history of the document and presented in a timeline that can be traveled by the user.

New feature keeps a history of the document and presented in a timeline (Reuters)

New feature keeps a history of the document and presented in a timeline (Reuters)

FBI arrests at least 14 in research on hackers

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Suspects were arrested in California, Florida and New Jersey. 
The indictments have not been officially disclosed.

Photo of anonymous supporter in action  pro-Wikileaks. '= Assange Freedom'

Photo of anonymous supporter in action pro-Wikileaks. '= Assange Freedom'

The FBI arrested on Tuesday (19) at least 14 people as part of a broad investigation into the hacker-activist group Anonymous, according to a federal police in the U.S..

The arrests came after the group said it had invaded Apple’s servers and made attacks last year against the sites of MasterCard and Visa.

The suspects were arrested in California, Florida and New Jersey, according to another police source. The indictments have not been officially released, which is why both requested anonymity.

Before the arrests, agents had done a property search in Brooklyn and five Long Island (New York regions), looking especially computers and other computer equipment, according to the FBI.

These facilities were allegedly used by members of the activist organization, which is based on WikiLeaks and its founder, Julian Assange. No one was arrested in New York.

FBI officials in California and Florida have confirmed that search was in progress, but did not confirm any arrests. In New Jersey, a spokesman for the agency said one person had been arrested, but did not clarify exactly what charges.

The Anonymous who authorities believe to be formed mainly by hackers adolescents and young adults, has also released several emails and other private data from police a site of Arizona.

In June, the group joined the organization hacker Lulz Security. The LulzSec already violated the Sony Website, the CIA and the British police.

Experts say that the actions of the FBI were already expected, because the actions of hackers were becoming bolder.

“I do not think anyone should be surprised,” said Josh Shaul, Application Security Technical Director, which helps businesses protect their data. “They played with fire and eventually burned.”

Hacker group ‘Anonymous’ announces the launch of its social network

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Initiative was motivated by the fact that the group had been banned from Google +. 
Group, responsible for attacks on businesses, the site named “Anon + ‘.

Anonymous social network created in response  to Google +, which has barred entry of  the network group

Anonymous social network created in response to Google +, which has barred entry of the network group

The Anonymous, hacker group that gained notoriety in recent months with a series of attacks against companies , announced the creation of your own social network, dubbed Anon+ .

In a message posted on Sunday (17) blog Your News Anon , Anonymous left the impression that the initiative was motivated by the fact that the group had been banned from Google +, Google’s new social network. “This is a sad example of what happens on the Internet when you walk into a different beat of the drum,” it said.

In the same address, Anonymous posted a message that was sent by Google, claiming that after reviewing the profile of the group, the company had understood that the content of some posts on Google + violated standards of conduct for this community.

In the message that refers to the creation of the Anon +, pointed out that hackers are common cases of activists being banned from sites like Facebook and Twitter YouTube, and the prohibition of access to these social networks by governments around the world.

“Those days are coming to an end. We are building our own social network.’ve Had enough of governments and corporations telling you what is best for us and what is safe for our minds. The time of sheep over,” concludes the post, which also contains a link to access the Anon +.

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