Sunday 19 December 2010

INSTALL THE BASIC SOFTWARES WITH SINGLE INSTALLER - FREEWARE FROM GOOGLE | GOOGLE PACK

    Google Pack is:
  • Software selected by Google
  • Always free
  • Ready to use in just a few clicks!

    Google Chrome Web Browser
  • Make browsing the web faster, safer, and easier
  • Search from the address bar

    Google Earth
  • Zoom from space to street level — tour the world
  • Find maps, driving directions, hotels, restaurants, and more

    Google Toolbar for Internet Explorer
  • Search from any web page and autofill forms
  • Block annoying pop-ups

    Google Desktop
  • Find all your email, files, web history, and more
  • Get all your personalized info in one place with Sidebar

    Adobe Reader
  • View, print, and search PDF files via a redesigned interface
  • Secure your documents and collaborate via online, real-time meetings

    Google Talk
  • Connect with your friends via IM or free voice calls
  • Send and receive files and voice messages easily and quickly

    RealPlayer
  • Play popular media formats, organize music and videos
  • Transfer music to iPod and other portable media players

    Google Apps
  • Use Google email, calendar, and document applications
  • Create, collaborate, communicate and share with friends and family

    Spyware Doctor with Anti-Virus
  • Protects your PC with advanced anti-virus detection and removal
  • Detects and removes spyware, adware, trojans and keyloggers

    Google Picasa
  • Find, edit, and share your photos in seconds
  • Easily remove red eye and fix photos

    Mozilla Firefox with Google Toolbar
  • Browse the web quickly and securely
  • Switch between pages quickly with tabbed browsing

    Skype
  • Make free voice and video calls to anyone else on Skype
  • Call landlines and mobile phones at pretty low rates





Download This package at : http://pack.google.com/intl/en/pack_installer.html?hl=en


Thursday 16 December 2010

HTC INTRODUCES WINDOWS 7 BASED PHONE WITH HTC HD 7 IN INDIA

                 HTC is set to introduce Windows Phone 7 based handsets in the country by getting ready to launch HTC HD7 next week in India at about Rs 30,000. HTC was the first company to bring Android phones to India and will probably be the first one to bring Microsoft Windows 7 Operating system phones too.

                           The HTC hub will be a live tile, as you can get the weather for your current location, as well as the weather outlook for a few other locations. This is similar to how the Sense UI displays weather on devices like the EVO 4G.The HTC HD7 has a 4.3 inch capacitive touchscreen accompanied by a kickstand. The device is powered by a 1 Ghz processor and the Asian version of the phone is expected to come with 16 GB of in built memory.The phone also boasts a 5.0 megapixel camera with auto focus and dual LED flash, and supports video recording in high definition.
                         HD7 is 3G enabled and supports WiFi, GPRS, Edge and Bluetooth 2.1.

Monday 6 December 2010

GOOGLE CHROME STABLE BUILD RELEASED WITH BUILT IN PDF VIEWER

                                  Google has announced the release of a stable build of Chrome 8 web browser. Chrome 8 is the first beta to come with the built-in PDF viewer. New Chrome 8.0.552.215 version is a stable version that graduated from the Chrome 8.0.552.215 beta version. Google claims to bring over 800 bug fixes and stability improvement in this Chrome 8 build.

    Unlike the bundled Flash Player, which is just a repackage version of the official Adobe release, the Chrome PDF viewer is built in-house.Chrome 8 also brings built-in support for Chrome Web Store that will allow users to search free or paid web apps.

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Saturday 4 December 2010

INDIAN CBI WEBSITE HAS BEEN HACKED BY PAKISTAN CYBER ARMY

                                 CBI website on Friday was allegedly hacked by a self-proclaimed Pakistani cyber army.On a day when India's premier investigating agency Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is swamped with the investigation of major corruption cases, in a major embarrassment, its website has been hacked.
The netizens who logged on to the official home page of CBI (cbi.gov.in)were redirected to a different page Showing the image below.

In addition to the CBI website, the self-proclaimed Pakistan Cyber army claims to have hacked another 270 websites.

Thursday 2 December 2010

GOOGLE DOODLES FOR MOBILE DEVICES INTRODUCED

                                  Google Doodles are known as the decorative changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists and scientists. Whether it is the beginning of Spring, Albert Einstein's birthday, or the 50th anniversary of understanding DNA, the doodle team never fails to find artistic ways to celebrate these unique events. Now it goes Mobile phone browsers.Steve Kanefsky, Software Engineer at Google has written it in Official Google Blog as 

                                                         " While we’ve had oodles of Google doodles on our desktop homepage since Larry and Sergey created our very first in 1998, doodles on our mobile homepage have been few and far between. Today, we’re happy to announce that we’re bringing more doodles to your phone, beginning with Android 2.0+ and iOS 3+ devices worldwide. In fact, almost all of the doodles we show on our desktop homepage will now have corresponding mobile versions on these phones. When the doodles are available, just go to google.com in your mobile browser to see them." 
                        Just Enjoy the Doodle on the Go!!

Wednesday 1 December 2010

35 PAKISTANI GOVT WEBSITES HACKED BY INDIAN CYBER ARMY

           At least 35 Pakistani government websites were hacked on Tuesday by a group calling itself the "Indian Cyber Army".Among the websites that were hacked also comprised of the National Accountability Bureau.The government took action to secure the hacked websites and most of them were restored by afternoon.The hackers posted a message stating “Hacked by Indian Cyber Army”.

                                   Gartner, a reputed IT research firm have warned that cyber attacks will become multi-modal and highly damaging in the future and that even G-20 nations could suffer as a result.