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[16 Sep 2011 | One Comment | ]
25 Most Endangered Animal Species: Save Them So That You Don’t Lose Them Forever

Aditya Divakaran
Man’s quest to conquer has been proving fatal to many a living creature around him. Many of the animals and birds that used to roam free in our jungles and amidst us are now facing the threat of extinction. It has turned imperative to consider saving these animals and birds from being totally wiped away from the face of the earth. With the current year being observed the UN  International Year of the Forests, they would at least need us now to voice our support and get into action …

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[12 Sep 2011 | One Comment | ]
Recreating The Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes Poster [Photoshop Tutorial]

A great thing I love to do whenever I have a bit of spare time is to open Photoshop and try to re-create the latest big movies post. There’s tonnes of great movie posters out there so you will never run out of subjects to re-create and doing so is great for practicing any new techniques!
So lets have a go at the new Planet of the Apes movie: Rise of the Planet of the Apes (what a mouthful that is!). First you’ll want to gather resources. We need the movie …

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[7 Sep 2011 | One Comment | ]
Samsung Galaxy Note is Noteworthy! Not Convinced? See How the Phone Charmed IFA Berlin

Deo Dominic
We have been seeing many a gadget making their presence felt at the IFA trade show atBerlin. Manufacturers seem be busy pushing their latest creations for customer approval and the technology press has been going ecstatic writing about almost all that are unveiled at theBerlinvenue.
The Samsung Galaxy Note stood apart, in styling and specs. From what we hear, the Note recorded impressive figures in the Quadrant standard benchmark. According to the survey done at the IFA trade show, the smartphone attained a score of 3,624 overcoming the Galaxy S …

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[6 Sep 2011 | No Comment | ]
Worried Over User Name Non-Availability on Social Networks? Get Help Here!

There isn’t any doubt about the fact that the world wide web plays an important role in the growth and sustainability of novel business ventures. With customers of any business predominantly the youth, new businesses undeniably need a website database and social networking linkage to advertise their business. Promoting their enterprises via the social media is one of the most viable and ever growing marketing arenas accessible today for established and fledgling businesses alike.
It’s very essential that new entrants need to check online availability of the company’s name while trademarking …

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[3 Sep 2011 | No Comment | ]
ViewSonic Viewpad 7e Tablet Could Come to You Cheap (Video)

IFA 2011 is interesting with many Android tablets, having innovations in functionality and utility. Among the lot, the least expensive tag goes to the ViewSonic Viewpad 7e tablet.
Probably, the ‘e’ in the model name symbolizes ‘entry’, indicating that it is an entry-level model. The tab, upon release, will be touted as the cheapest slate from ViewSonic line-up.
Though cheap in price, the quality of the performance of the tablet is high.
ViewSonic tablet also features a unique user interface system that is implemented on Gingerbread. The uber-cool white-bordered tablet is made chic …

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[2 Sep 2011 | No Comment | ]
10 Best iPhone Apps You Need to Have!

The sea of apps available for the iPhone itself speaks a lot. That  Android is trying hard to overcome Cupertino, is another story. High-end Smartphone has been a revolution, but no longer a wonder! Supported well by third party application developers, it has now a plethora of applications to choose from for a single utility.
Apps with different grades of functionalities, both priced and free of cost, make iPhone literally a pocket PC. We admit it is a tedious job to choose 10 best apps from an ocean of apps for a …

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[1 Sep 2011 | No Comment | ]
Beware: Morto Worm Spreads Through RDC, Attacks Weak Passwords

Did you know that a Windows worm is taking on the corporate networks? The worm is pretty old school, in the age of Trojans and bots, and is said to take advantage of weak passwords. The worm was spotted after network administrators noticed systems generating large numbers of unexplained connections to the internet. The number of computers reporting detection is still low, but the traffic it generates is noticeable.

Here is how Morto works:  Windows PC infected with Morto scan the local network for the machines that have RDC switched on and …