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September 27, 2012 By Chrysanth Software

Chrysanth Journal [Free]

Chrysanth Journal is created as a personal journal writing software companion that helps you to capture every memorable moment of your...

December 7, 2014 By M-Tech Digital

Web Invoice

Software that has been designed from the ground up for consultants, freelancers and small businesses in the service industry such as...

November 4, 2014 By JumboCAD Technologies

JumboCAD EDA

JumboCAD EDA package includes Schematic capture and PCB designer. Some CAD contains too many hot-keys and difficult to memorize....

January 7, 2010 by

Accents render tech lost in translation

It's gadgets-and-gizmos galore at this week's 2010 Consumer Electronics Show.Toshiba, for instance, is reportedly working on a translation software that will enable mobile phones to interpret between Chinese, English and Japanese.

October 20, 2009 by

Global cyberwar: Installed in your PC at home, the office and government

The defending nation doesn't even get an email declaring war; it just starts with a click of a mouse button or set of instructions sent by a cell phone. This type of war is becoming easier to wage with less sophistication or rationale. The debate within the U.S. Government is over: It wants to ensure that a Cyber war can be won and defeated if attacked.

March 25, 2009 by

Nehalem servers could spark a $27bn feeding frenzy

I spent most of Wednesday listening to Dell executives and their customers talk about Dell's new IT systems, especially its new Nehalem based servers.In the press room before the event, I was trying to read Dell's press release, and joking with colleagues that it was full of all the same phrases that I had read ten, even twenty years ago.

November 2, 2008 by

News to know: Black market zero days; Microsoft security; BlackBerry Bold; SAP

Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Dancho Danchev: Black market for zero day vulnerabilities still thrivingSpammers targeting Bebo, generate thousands of bogus accountsLarry Dignan: Microsoft: Third party apps killing our securityJosh Taylor: Hands on with the BlackBerry BoldMatthew Miller: Motorola MOTOZINE Z5 comes to T-Mobile with 5 megapixel camera and WiFiCNET News: Salesforce.

October 7, 2008 by

Scammers introduce ATM skimmers with built-in SMS notification

The bust of the notorious ATM scammer going under the handle of Cha0 in early September, once again puts ATM skimming in the spotlight. Among the main insecurities scammers face while embedding an ATM skimmer, is the retrieval process of the device that is now containing the credit card details of several hundred people depending on the volume of transactions that occurred while the device was in place.

September 9, 2008 by

The end of the world?

Probably not.Today (Wednesday, well it is for me anyway), we see the first beam test of the LHC, the Large Hadron Collider, in the CERN's labs in Switzerland.

July 18, 2008 by

A super-resolution x-ray microscope

Swiss researchers have developed a very-high-resolution x-ray microscope. Their approach combines two well-known microscopy techniques, coherent diffractive imaging (CDI) and scanning transmission x-ray microscopy (STXM). As a result, the new system offers both the high penetration power of x-rays and high spatial resolution. This method will allow other scientists to look inside semiconductors or biological samples without altering them. It could be used to identify nanometer defects in buried semiconductor devices or to improve the performance of future semiconductor devices. The research team doesn't give details on availability of this microscope. But read more...

June 16, 2008 by

Red ring of death is closer than you think

It can seem hard to believe that a company with all the resources of Microsoft can make make a billion-dollar mistake with a small chip-design fault. Yet chip design is not an exact science and Rupert Goodwins, who has been there himself, details how it can go horribly wrong.

June 16, 2008 by

Microsoft is not alone in chip woes

It can seem hard to believe that a company with all the resources of Microsoft can make make a billion-dollar mistake with a small chip-design fault. Yet chip design is not an exact science and Rupert Goodwins, who has been there himself, details how it can go horribly wrong

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