Saturday, July 28, 2012

.iPhone 5 release date: New information shows iPhone 5 release will be a success.

Ten million units of the Samsung Galaxy S3 were sold 55 days after its launch. The result is impressive, but it turns out that according to recent surveys, the sixth generation iPhone should fight the score obtained by the Korean giant's flagship product without a problem.

The grand opening for the announcement of the release of the iPhone 5 is fast approaching. Networks amplify the rumors about the future of Apple's next iDevice. Many suggests that the iPhone will have a bigger screen. Others announce a wireless recharging or the presence of a 4G chip and a new port. Meanwhile, many agree the iPhone 5 release date will be 09/21/2012, but no one knows for sure, but Apple. In short, this is the usual excitement at the approach of a new product from Apple.

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Friday, July 27, 2012

NSA chief: Internet 'at great risk,' needs defense system

General Keith Alexander, head of the National Security Agency, addressed an audience at the Defcon hacking conference in Las Vegas Friday, saying the Internet needed fundamental defenses against foreign incursion.

It's the first time an NSA official has spoken at the world-famous conference, where the attendees are often engaged in unquestionably illegal activities like attempting to breach the security of government agencies. But General Alexander seemed to regard them as kindred spirits as well as experts.

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"I never think of a marine but what I think of a man who wants to do more,
not less; a man you have to hold back, not shove."
President Lyndon B. Johnson


"The Marines will never disappoint the expectations of their country -
Captain C.W. Morgan, US Navy


The Marines have landed, and the situation is well in hand.
Richard Harding Davis, war correspondent 1885.

Sunday, July 08, 2012

Will your Internet be cut off by DNS Changer Monday? How to find out.

First off, you can click this link to check your computers DNS. Green is good, red is bad.

Computers still infected by the DNS Changer malware using an Eastern European advertising scam won't be able to access the Internet Monday, when the FBI is expected to shut down the servers that ran the operation. But there's a fix.

To learn more, read the story found here.

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