The Gateway MP3 Photo Jukebox

Gateway unveiled their new MP3 Photo Jukebox today(Oct 28, 2004), a 4GB MP3 player with a 1.6-inch, 128 x 128 pixel color LCD screen for looking at digital photos. A little lighter and a little bigger than the iPod mini (3.4 ounces and 3.8 x 2.3 x 0.7 inches vs. the mini’s 3.6 ounces and […]

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QuickTime, RealPlayer Patch Security Holes

Quick Bugs Apple on Wednesday released an update for QuickTime versions 6.5.2 and earlier, fixing an integer overflow which the company said could be exploited via an HTML Web page. U.K.-based Next Generation Security Software, which discovered the flaw, said it would withhold the specifics of the bug for three months, giving time for users […]

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Block Access to Bush Site for Security Reason

A campaign spokesman acknowledged that the official site of the Bush-Cheney campaign has been rejecting requests from outside North America since Monday morning. “The measure was taken for security reasons,” campaign spokesman Scott Stanzel told news services, but did not elaborate on that statement. A dynamically updating chart of site performance for GeorgeWBush.com from different […]

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Blogger Grounded by Her Airline

“I was really shocked, I had no warning,” Ms Simonetti told BBC News Online. “I never thought I would get in trouble because of the blog. I thought if they had a problem, someone would have said something before taking action.” The issue has highlighted concerns amongst the growing blogging community about conflicts of interest, […]

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Gmail Hole Found and Fixed

SAN FRANCISCO – Google Inc. has fixed a security flaw in its Gmail Web-based e-mail service that allowed attackers to hijack users’ e-mail accounts. “Google was recently alerted to a potential security vulnerability affecting the Gmail service. We have since fixed this vulnerability, and all current and future Gmail users are protected,” Google spokesman Nathan […]

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New Internet Domain Names: .post and .travel

NEW YORK (AP) — Two new Internet domain names — “.post” and “.travel” — could appear online as early as next year as the Internet’s key oversight board announced preliminary approval on Wednesday. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, in advancing the applications for postal services and the travel industry, said they were […]

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Free Gmail Invitation

Have you sense the another wave of Gmail invitation giveaway? My friend, Lilian got her first 6 gmail invitations to giveaway. But she gave out all in just Two hours. Though there are many free GB mail available but people still like to become the Gmail’s “invitation only(currently)” member. Why huh? Because of the Google […]

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Cute Lunch Boxes

Wow! wow! So cute! Looks so delicious! Don’t bear to eat neh~

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Gambas – the first Visual Basic-style environment for Linux

Gambas is a free development environment based on a Basic interpreter with object extensions, like Visual Basic™ (but it is NOT a clone !). With Gambas, you can quickly design your program GUI, access MySQL or PostgreSQL databases, pilot KDE applications with DCOP, translate your program into many languages, create network applications easily, and so […]

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Bush Website Blocked Outside N. America

acey72 writes “The BBC News are reporting that George W Bush’s re-election website (don’t bother if you aren’t in the USA) is blocked to people accessing it from outside the USA. Netcraft spotted the change on Monday, and have a report on the matter. Oh well, at least John Kerry’s site still works for us […]

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