Apple is releasing iOS 6.0.1 in a few weeks

Apple is releasing iOS 6.0.1 in a few weeks The leaked information from anonymous sources who claim that the company is currently testing the update to Apples mobile operating system iOS 6, the release of which will take place over the next few weeks. According to unconfirmed reports, the new firmware will be released under a code number 6.0.1 and will bring fix several known bugs. In particular, the update should remove the horizontal... Read More

Released the first WHQL-drivers NVIDIA GeForce 300 series

Released the first WHQL-drivers NVIDIA GeForce 300 series NVIDIA, finally unveiled its first set of drivers with WHQL certification of the 300 series. Drivers came together for the first time with a new generation of accelerators GeForce 600 (Kepler), but were not available in the form of WHQL. GeForce 301.42 bring these are not available in the original assembly manual for Kepler card functions as Bezel Peeking, Adaptive Vsync (dynamic enable /... Read More

Mozilla has launched a multiplayer demo HTML5-game

Mozilla has launched a multiplayer demo HTML5-game Mozilla with Web Design Studio Little Workshop presented a web-based 2D-adventure game BrowserQuest. The project is based on modern web technologies and is designed to perform in the browser. BrowserQuest is based on JavaScript and uses the HTML5 Canvas element to render 2D-world, HTML5 audio API for sound effects, WebSockets to communicate with the server, and localStorage mdash; for user data... Read More

Educational platform release Mandriva Class

Educational platform release Mandriva Class Mandriva has announced the release of software solutions Class, for the organization of training courses in real time and marks the return of the company in the field of education. Functional Mandriva Class platform allows teachers and students to interact in a virtual classroom. In addition to the interactive component allows participants to communicate new exchange text messages, files, and... Read More

The culprit leak UDID-IDs Apple was the company BlueToad

The culprit leak UDID-IDs Apple was the company BlueToad NBC News reported that 12 million utkshih IDs Apple device UDID no relation to the FBI do not have. It turned out that the real culprit of the incident was the company BlueToad. Information published by Anonymous last week, had been stolen from the servers of the company two weeks ago. BlueToad managed to find it by comparing the stolen data with its collection of UDID mdash; 98% of the... Read More
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