Git is a free & open source, distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency.
MS just buried the only lawsuit that could have blown a hole the size of Manhattan in their anti-Android patent portfolio.
With the Raspberry Pi now shipping, thousands of curious programmers, hackers, teachers, and kids are starting to experiment with the device. That experimentation is limited to software for the most part, but with the Gertboard in development it shouldn’t be long before Raspberry Pi hardware extensions are also a possibility.
The Sim card can clone all the data from your original Sim card including pin code
It can clone the ki and IMSI code
It can contain 12 different Sim card content, You may change your current phone number operation to another by the selection list
Easy to read the phonebook of Sim card and save to PC
Can write the phonebook saved in the PC to another new Sim card
Read, edit, backup telephone directory and SMS
Leisurely create, edit, backup mobile ring tones and pictures (only for Nokia phone)
Plug and play, easy to operation
Meanwhile, 180 miles to the north, in Iowa, Google is also getting busy. This week, the company announced plans to build a new $300 million data center in Council Bluffs, Iowa, just outside of Omaha. This facility is expected to continue to do what another Council Bluffs site did when it came online in 2009: host Gmail, Google Maps, Google+, and of course, search.
Given Google’s FCC filing from earlier this year, that Iowa station may also serve as a future IP video facility to be used in conjunction with Kansas City’s fiber service.
The goal of the SSL Labs surveys is to measure the effective security of SSL. After some experimentation with an assessment of substantially all public SSL sites (about 1.5 million of them), we settled on a smaller list of about 200,000 SSL-enabled web sites, based on Alexa’s list of most popular sites in the world. Working with a smaller list is more manageable and allows us to conduct the surveys more often. It also allows us to conduct more thorough analysis to look for application-layer issues that may subvert SSL security. In addition, focusing on popular sites – we believe – gives us more relevant results and also excludes abandoned sites.
With its future up for grabs, Research in Motion at its annual BlackBerry World conference next week will focus on simplifying development for its soon-to-be-unveiled BlackBerry 10 operating system. HTML5 is one key technology in that strategy to create a viable ecosystem of applications for a new generation of mobile devices expected to ship by year-end.
Kindle Fire’s best feature is its ability as an e-book reader, according to reviewers. It is much more, however. For a list price of $199, customers get a seven-inch display, 8GB of RAM, free storage on Amazon’s cloud, WiFi and USB connections, the ability to run any Android-compatible app or game and automagical connections to media (for which you can pay Amazon) including e-books, music, movies and anything else you can find on the Internet.
Fire’s list price is $430 lower than the list price of the latest edition of the iPad and $249 less than Amazon’s discount price for a new ten-inch Samsung Galaxy tablet and $50 less than the seven-inch Samsung Galaxy.
RIVERSIDE, Calif. — Anyone who has admired centuries-old sculptures and portraits displayed in museums and galleries around the world at some point has asked one question: Who is that?
Three University of California, Riverside scholars have launched a research project to test — for the first time — the use of facial recognition software to help identify these unknown subjects of portrait art, a project that ultimately may enrich the understanding of European political, social and religious history.
“Almost every portrait painted before the 19th century was of a person of some importance,” Rudolph explained. “As families fell on hard times, many of these portraits were sold and the identities of these subjects were lost. The question we hope to answer is, can we restore these identities?”
When watching TV and using their tablet simultaneously, male tablet users were more likely to look up information related to a TV program while females were more likely to up look info related to a TV ad.