Bloggers and sites using the most popular blogging platform, WordPress, is reportedly being attacked by hackers. A collective of hackers targets blog and acquire user login details for those who are in the administrator levels.
To webmasters that use the login name “admin” are the most susceptible from the hacking attacks. The hackers developed a botnet virus to commence with the attacks.
Reports say that the botnet virus works by using the login name “admin” and then working on with a great deal of passwords that are commonly used, matches it until the login . . . → Read More: WordPress Blogs Attacked by Hackers
Some questions were raised about what happens in our digital life when we die. Should we just share it to our love ones before we leave or just delete it entirely so no one can access the data anymore?
These questions led Google to develop the technology to help manage the digital life even after the user is gone.
Headed by Andreas Tuerk, Google’s product manager, they call it the “Inactive Account Manager”. This feature allows a user to manage and specify some things that will happen after you die and eventually become inactive . . . → Read More: Google Inactive Account Manager Helps Deceased User Manage Account
Microsoft Surface Pro advertisement is out, but complaints about its supply also grows.
The recently released ad for Microsoft’s Surface Pro focuses on its business benefits such as the pen input.Of course, it also puts emphasis on how light the products is, which is two pounds only, and a good bend to the USB connectivity and touch interface. However, the ad probably won’t win over irritated consumers who cannot have the products in their hands.
While the ad is a very good promotion for the the Surface Pro, there are still a lot of consumers who complain about the product’s . . . → Read More: Microsoft Surface Pro ad launches despite supply-constraints
According to reports, Google will be dropping its support for Internet Explorer 8 of Microsoft for its online applications and services in mid-November. This will effectively end the support for many users of Windows XP.
The company stated on a Friday blog that IE 10 will be launched on the 26th of October, and as such the company will end its support for IE8 soon afterwards on the 15th of November. After this, those who are accessing Google Apps services through IE8 will see a message that suggests them to upgrade the browser.
IE8 is the newest Microsoft browser that . . . → Read More: Google Inc. dropping support for IE8
The manufacturer of the Blackberry PlayBook postponed an update for the tablet pc’s os until the coming year.
RIM stated it is expecting to produce the update in February.
Research In Motion has confessed that the income of the unit are less than it expected. It recognized consumers wish native email, and contact apps.
The expected update targets to provide these features.
The company’s blog explained the decision as “difficult”, however guaranteed the modification allows the company’s mobile phones and tablet pc’s to interact much better.
Research in Motion stocks dropped about 6% according to the news.
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