When LinkedIn Career Network were 6.5 million passwords stolen. Whether you're at it? You can find here and here out. Use at your own risk of course!
What are the tools? You hash the passwords and these same hash (of course not the password in plain text) with the database of 6.5 million stolen passwords from. Whether you trust the whole thing of course is your thing. I would just fix change my password and then try out these tools with the old password in order to know if my account was also hacked.
The guys from BestBoyZ have made a new, once again very very good review of Nokia's new flagship N8 online. Whopping 56 minutes long, the smartphone is illuminated and presents all the features. Whoever is interested in the N8, should look at the video times.
Otherwise, Nokia has quite a lot to catch up. Google and Apple have long dominated the mobile phone market (yes, Symbian is the most used OS, blah. Compared to Android or iOS but Symbian is pretty yuck.). Whether with the Nokia N8 manages the turn, you can see in the video.
PS: BestBoyZ should keep her in the eyes. The guys some great reviews!
Yes, there was a lot of talk about the iPhone 4 in the last days. I must confess frankly that I now can not find the new iPhone outstanding. It just blows me off the stool. Solely the very high-resolution display makes me happy. Such a resolution we have so far had never been built into a display. 960 × 640 pixels summarizes the display to be exact. Multiplying these figures, one comes to a total of 614,400 pixels on 3.5 inches! Since one or the other of course asks how that goes. The principle is quite easy: you make the pixels smaller, and gets more so on a surface. Thus summarizes an inch on the iPhone 326 pixels. The eye can perceive (on a "normal" distance) 300 pixels per inch. Applying this idea to the new iPhone, it becomes evident that the human eye may not perceive the many gaps between the pixels.
I have at PCWorld found 2 shots showing the display and compare the old and the display of the new iPhone.
The avid stalker Scatterd it might be read along: I have at Bjorn's Windows blog a single license of Kaspersky PURE won, the latest version of the security suite of Russian IT security company Kaspersky. Thanks again to this point for the win! I can use him well, but I had not really an adequate security solution for my system since switching from XP to Windows 7 I had actually already previously installed Kaspersky Security Suite. It was like the Kaspersky suite, which is included on the computer screen. However, it was in this software so that it was not really suitable for Windows 7th The software has been manually adjusted well to the new system and was also released after a while. The whole is then called Kaspersky Security Suite CBE Win7 and I was somehow suspect. I'm still a while then went to the software. I had no problems eventually. However, I noticed that the PC was somewhat slower, which probably was at Kaspersky. Fortunately, I have gained but now Kaspersky PURE, so I could sweep this "half-half" solution from the computer.
For a few days the latest product from Apple called the iPad is now on the market. Since I have it still as good as ever reported, and also otherwise little time currently have (high school), I thought to myself, I imagine even a few videos of tests of the iPad online.
(I know that's really not the fine art of creating content. However, I am currently almost forced to. Indeed I do not want the blog to die.)
Just yesterday, is only a new build of Digsby been released. And I was amazed how great the thing but now looks like and what it can do. ICQ, MSN, Jabber, Facebook, Twitter. Everything! And all for free. Niente you have to pay. Does not sound bad until I went to my first (few months ago) trying to install the thing at first sight. The latter was actually pretty easy, except for the advertising that is "offered" to the user during installation, disturbed. But that also did not matter, tick off and ready. So, why not Digbsy? Or Miranda? QIP? Which one now? 5 messenger in the round-blow.
The start times makes Digsby . Digsby provides everything the user needs: The most commonly used protocols and connectivity to the most popular social networking services like Facebook or Twitter. Yes, even the gmail account, you can query with this in-literally-multi-messenger. Only the program is supposedly well in English, but actually the young PC users should not slow down. For all friends of visual entertainment here's a video of all that Digsby can.
Trillian some of you might be familiar with. It also is a multi-messenger. Since the relaunch of Trillian, which now adorns itself with the increases Astra, Trillian also supports a sheer plethora of protocols. MSN, ICQ, YAHOO, AIM, IRC but also, or even social networks like Twitter, Myspace and Facebook are on the pitch. Actually no wishes remain open. The thing even gibts in German. But unfortunately, there is one thing that annoy me in Trillian Astra and Digsby also neat.
IM passwords in the cloud server
Actually, Trillian and Digsby so make something right. After my little anecdote in the previous part of this article, the resourceful and zealous followers asks (and thinkers) dogs: Yes, why not do that because Moppet on your PC when it is so awesome, the answer is actually answered quickly: Both Messenger store all IM data, so your passwords to your account that you deposited in the program on our own server. When you first start the program you created an account with the manufacturer of Multi-Messenger and then linked all IM accounts, such as ICQ, AIM and Twitter, with this one account. The data is not stored on your computer, but centrally in the network. The course also has its advantages: you can only log in with a user name and a password to all associated accounts. For me, my passwords are still on my PC. Even if the producers promise to transfer everything encrypted, I am not quite comfortable with the idea, my history or account information somewhere, on some servers around. I do not want easy. My details are on my PC. But what to do?
So one goes on the search for more messengers. Over time you will be at Miranda not come. This is an open-source multi-messenger. Again, there are no limits. Enumerate all protocols would be a bit misplaced. I'm sure Miranda has what you want. Miranda has it all. But there lies the problem: Miranda has so much that it is to look for a layman hardly. The plugin installation is difficult even for an experienced user. I certainly did not feel like myself only hours zuquälen with the installation of plugins around before so I'm the messenger, as I would have it. So Miranda falls off for me too. But unfortunately there is not much left to messengers.
QIP I took a very long time. I was very happy with it. QIP is simple. QIP works. Just chat. I do not want more. I do not want any stupid games. No stupid ICQ 6 Fairground GUI. There is now also a new version of QIP, QIP Infium scolds himself. She has never liked me. I always have the old, QIP 2005 used. The stupid thing was just only that this only supports the ICQ protocol and file transfers almost never worked.
Funny name, great messenger. If I did not know better, I'd say qutIM is a clone of QIP. It has almost the same features, the same appearance. Only supports more protocols that matters. Well, there are not so many now. ICQ, Jabber, IRC and a few other Russian service (the programmer comes from Russia). In the network, the data is not stored. qutIM is ideal for me. Unfortunately, social networks are not supported. A few can be added through plugins, in my opinion. But before I do not use such services in a Messenger of stuff I do not care.
I qutIM only a short time in use, but I'm relatively sure I will go and stay with it. Yes, even the chat history can be imported from a number of IM's via the built-History Manager. For me and the QIP but did not work so well. Such a pity.
But I still think qutIM will be my new permanent candidate. Ultimately, everyone has to know himself, what he would like to use Messenger, yes. I am very satisfied with qutIM.
Golem was at the Mobile World Congress 2010 and has now visited times the level of ELSE to try out their future flagship model, the First ELSE and time to lend a hand. It has come out the following video:
Here is another small, five-minute presentation of the First Else by Israeli mobile developers Else. Good to see the fully animated interface in Minority Report style. Everything looks very futuristic but elegant:
Actually, you need not even talk about what the iPad is. In the Zwitscherszene can anyway any deal with the hashtag. The articles here will also not be a mere Factpushing. But come on, a little bit: The iPad is basically a normal tablet (or slate, but as Microsoft has recently renamed the things). The iPad has a 1 GHz processor (Apple A4), a 9.7-inch capacitive touch screen, a wireless chip, optional 3G, 16-64 GB of flash memory and a speaker and a headphone jack. All this is basically nothing special, offered previous tablets really the same.
What do you do now but with so an iPad? As a TV magazine, the thing would not make it bad. Or a newspaper. Looks so very chic. But no, not yet. On such a display to read permanently is not as pleasing to the eye. Finally, there is not nothing eInk displays. At the site may also be a link to a mirror-satire given.
Moreover, one should not be of the trendy design (which I actually do not like the so hot) blinded. The device has still not about multitasking. It is thus not possible to have two or more open application simultaneously. That's too bad, especially since that's essential for a computer. Especially for a device on which men ought to work. Should I stop an application to open the next for about forever? Hello? WTH?
We come to the next story, flash. So far, it has not got to the range Apple to Support Flash. It looks like on a keynote from yesterday not just beautiful when you go to the website of New York Times and the entire right Flashblock in the margin missing . I think it's frankly embarrassing that the 2nd largest IT companies still resists worldwide for a correct representation of websites. Here you will but cooperate on the part of Adobe .
A camera is incidentally also not available, so fleet would probably also video chats history. Since it is ultimately the question: What does the iPad actually be? A kind of big iPod touch? Or a maxi iPhone without Schick and whistles? Or is the iPhone a iPad nano ?
Mainly, I can imagine the device in the corporate sector. Fast times enter an appointment, manage addresses and create presentations in an elegant way. But there is still really too expensive. You have to shell out $ 499 for the tablet.
I personally would rather wait because a Slate with Windows seventh The latter now also has multi-touch (and multi-tasking!). In addition, Flash support, and everything else. What more could you want? The HP Slate , for example, would be a nice candidate. Sorry if now Apple fans stand stupid. But where is the advantage of an iPad over a Slate? In my opinion it is so that the slates there really have the edge. If it does not think so, yes you can immortalize your opinion in the comments
Oh, and here is the promised test video to iPad from engadget: