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Articles Archive for Author Asif Ali

The Cyber War, 24,000 Files Stolen From Dept Of Defense!

A top Pentagon official said that an overseas intelligence agency stole 24,000 computer files in March from a defense contractor developing systems for the US military.

The Deputy Defense Secretary William Lynn claimed that it was significant. It would help the DoD( Department of Defense ) to cover up the weak spots and make the system more immune to such further attacks

Sony Corp. Decides To Make Batteries For Electric Vehicles!

Making batteries for Electric Vehicles is under solemn consideration by Sony Corp. The Electric Vehicles are gaining fame as the days roll on and there in no doubt it will be a gigantic manufacturing in the future.

Sony certainly does not want to be left behind. May be it’s too early for Sony to join the E-Vs run but rather going for batteries of the EVs.

Google Maps live traffic signals now in Europe!

Google Maps live traffic signals now in Europe! 13 privileged European countries within this week will experience the live traffic signals via Google maps through the Google maps websites as well as the Google Maps app that’s supplied on various phones.

It mainly uses the information that the traffic message channel service to several GPS units, the company mainly collects the data from various sources like the cameras, road plates and traffic lights operated by state road agencies.

New App For iReporter By Apple!

Part-time blogging is gaining interest of people around the globe. iReport is helping make that goal easier for the reporters.

iReport ( I-Report) is CNN’s citizen journalism enterprise that allows people from around the globe to contribute pictures and video of breaking news stories from their own settlements and zones. It was launched in August, 2006.

Katango Helps Facebook Stay Way Ahead Of The Google+

Just like Google, a new start-up called Katango has stepped in to slacken the unease of social connections with your work, school, social, family, and other types of contacts online.

Katango automatically detects natural groupings of people on networks like Facebook and automatically creates groups for you and puts them in order

Momentum 4G and Elevate 4G by AT&T

AT&T’s LTE blitz starts this summer in five markets, seeking up to “at least 15″ by the end of this year. For that they need some new hardware to get-started.

The company also finally launched their two new 4G LTE devices which will connect users to the carrier’s hatchling 4G LTE data network. Its browsing and downloading capability has roaring speeds, a welcome change for current 3G users.

America’s First 3D-4G Smart Phone!

3D is a buzz word today, but HTC did a fine job of integrating it into to a smart phone and the users no longer have to use the old looking and sometime even expensive multi colored 3D glasses.

The 4G smart phone is offering real-time voice and data connectivity and downloads speeds up to 10 times faster than 3G.

Way To Go, Google+ With 20 Million Users

A new ‘Sheriff’ is in town Zuckerberg, yes, the Google+. How many user of Google+ do you expect to be around? The answer is out of the blue, 10 million users!

According to the Ancestry.com founder Paul Allen (This Paul Allen is not the one who is a co-founder of the Microsoft).

Be A Pro With The New iDJ Live!

And it’s the Numark this time, Numark’s new iDJ Live is a gadget that will take music to a new high level. Combining iPad with the iDJ Live will bring some real life to your party.

iDJ Live has also been released for the iPhone and iPod touch. This iOS-Dj controller connects to your iPad and thus it uses the music that already is in the device already.

New Challenges For Netflix

Netflix, once known for providing the best flat rate DVD-by-mail and the on-demand internet streaming video in United States, has attracted millions of users and have delivered over a billion DVDs.


However, recently, the Studio is having competitors like Google, Amazon and others instill the mentality of ‘survival of the fittest’, resulting in the reason that the providers want to be paid more for the content they are providing.