Microsoft has launched Internet Explorer 8 TV campaign which shows that how scam attacks online and collects the important information from real customers which they may use for illegitimate purposes.
So in following you can watch the New Internet Explorer 8 TV Ads titled “The Greater Offshore Bank & Trust”.
First video demonstrates that how fake banks collect personal information form customers including their name, social address, security number, ATM number etc by giving them a cash reward of $500.
The second IE8 ad shows that how customers are willing to have a DNA scan and give [...]
How’s your broadband treating you lately? Ookla, the people responsible for that useful speedtest.net site where you can quickly measure your broadband download and upload speeds, released some telling stats today. It turns out that the United States average download speed of 10.12Mb per second (Mbps) is faster than the worldwide average of 7.69Mbps.
Ookla is in a great position to provide this data, since its speedtest.net site records an astonishing 1 million speed tests every day from around the world. The company plans to give this data for free to academic researchers, and sell it to [...]
The 2011 Audi A8 boasts, according to the company, the “first factory-installed WLAN hotspot in a car.” Passengers in both the front and rear seats will be able to get their Wi-Fi on with up to eight devices, including laptops, the iPad and the like.
Here’s how it works (from Audi):
To activate Internet access with speeds up to 7.2 Mbit/s, the driver merely needs to insert a data-capable SIM card into the Bluetooth online car phone. Alternatively, an Internet connection can be established via Bluetooth by using a compatible mobile phone with a SIM Access Profile. Any existing [...]
Ultra surf is a proxy tool which will let you surf Internet via proxy. You need to change your internet connection settings to access websites including Facebook.
Your-freedom is again a useful piece of software to access any blocked website. Though it’s free version has certain limitation like bandwidth caps and concurrent connection stream, but to access few sites like Facebook it will be very handy.
There are many VPN software’s which you can use to access internet using other IP. This way you can access any website which is blocked [...]
The latest proof that Twitter is succeeding in Japan where other Internet brands like Google and Facebook have failed is the creation of IS Parade, an amazingly entertaining, and creepily cute Twitter visualization application.
Developed by KDDI, one of the largest mobile phone companies in Asia, the app allows anyone to plug their Twitter user name into the site and instantly be greeted by a parade-like image of your Twitter icon being followed by a rather lively group of your real-world followers.
With cleverly animated bodies (including people “and” animals) and heads represented [...]
Google TV is announced at Google I/O 2010 event, which combines the web experience right on TV through your cable or satellite provider.
According to Google official blog:
“Google TV is a new experience for television that combines the TV that you already know with the freedom and power of the Internet. With Google Chrome built in, you can access all of your favorite websites and easily move between television and the web. This opens up your TV from a few hundred channels to millions of channels of entertainment across TV and the web. Your television is also no longer confined to showing [...]
Pakistan has blocked the popular video sharing website YouTube in a bid to contain blasphemous material, officials said on Thursday.
The blockade came hours after the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) directed Internet service providers to stop access to social network Facebook indefinitely on Wednesday because of an online competition to draw the Prophet Mohammad (Peace be upon him) in gross violation of fundamental human rights pertaining to one’s religion.
Wahaj-us-Siraj, the CEO of Nayatel, an Internet service provider, said PTA issued an order late on Wednesday seeking an [...]
Now, another Vietnamese site has posted the photos and videos of iPhone 4G and this is the third iPhone 4G leak over the internet before the launch of device which is expected at WWDC 2010 in coming June.
The iPhone 4G/HD prototype was already leaked by Gizmodo and folks at Taoviet also published leaked iPhone 4G photos and videos and now the third iPhone HD leak is here. So, we can not say anything that how many iPhone 4G prototypes Apple has been lost until now.
Anyhow, watch these iPhone 4G/HD leaked photos & videos and enjoy!
iPhone 4G/HD Photos
iPhone 4G Video
Round up four of your closest friends and get ready to Skype-video talk with each other at the same time. If you’re a Windows user, now you can try out a beta of the free service’s new group video calling feature.
Unfortunately, it’s Windows only for now so Mac and Linux users will have to wait. But if you have Windows and a webcam, download the Skype 5.0 beta and see if it actually works.
We’re still wondering if there’s going to be enough bandwidth for this to be actually useful. It’s worth a try.
When Paul English, the co-founder of travel search engine Kayak.com, says that he has a “big, big project” ahead of him, he’s not kidding. That’s because he’s planning to cover all of Africa with free Wi-Fi, and he wants it to be “completely self-sustaining,” to boot.
He aims to bring this about through JoinAfrica, a non-profit/for-profit mishmash that’ll get underway this summer. English himself has already gotten his hands dirty, using the wealth he’s gained from his website’s success to buy satellite dishes and the other equipment [...]