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Apr 16
Spyware software is a hacker's tool which is usually embedded in innocent file formats like jpeg, flash movies, games, etc so that it will be stealthily penetrate a user's computer while browsing the internet. The goal of the spyware is to steal passwords and other important information about the user. This term has been extended to those programs which are used by advertisers to bombard a user's browser with ads or manipulate the browser to another website. Although originally conceived as a ...
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Apr 9
By Jakob Jelling http://www.sitetube.com Google, in their march to stay ahead of the pack of competition, has released Google Desktop Search. With Microsoft's MSN in the lead position and nipping at Google's heels, and Google's new shareholders to please, Google has more incentive than ever to deploy technology both better than the other guy's, and sooner. After all, the first to get loaded to the desktop is more likely to build and retain user loyalty. Google Desktop Search allows you to ...
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Apr 2
Have you ever tried to send a large file (more than 10MB) using email and realize that you can't really do so? Your email client will probably time out. Obviously, you can't send huge files using the default method. You have, however, a few other options available. Option 1: Use an Instant Messenger.You can use an instant messenger to send your large file over. The only drawback is that you have to make sure both of you have the same instant messenger installed. If not, you may find ...
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Mar 25

Internet Communication

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Email, Instant Messaging, Blogs, RSS, Forums and Listservs: What's Next? By S. Housley How do we keep Internet communication simple? Let's start by taking a look at the different methods used to communicate on the web. It is important to understand the nuances and benefits of the different forms. Email This is the most popular communication method. Users typically use desktop software to receive, read and respond to messages. Some users use web-based mail and manage messages in a web browser ...
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Mar 18
Information Technology has made information about any even or phenomena taking place at any place in the world at any time, available to any person anywhere and the premise of the knowledge acquisition process has therefore tremendously benefited from the advances made by the information technology sector. In the case of formal education, the main determining factor about the quality of education is the quality of the teaching material, curriculum and course content. In a conventional system, ...
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Mar 9
A Dean Phillips fan (her words, not mine) wrote me an e-mail asking, if I hate Google, DMOZ and Yahoo! so much, why don't I recommend an alternative search engine? I had to laugh, because I've been receiving a lot of those types of e-mails lately. However, to set the record straight, I don't hate Google, DMOZ and Yahoo!. I really don't. Hate is such a ridiculous waste of energy. I do have problems with the way they conduct business--but hate them, no. My articles are merely an expression of my ...
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Mar 2
Searching for IP addresses is now very possible thanks to the innovative new internet technologies that make the effort both simple and fast. But even as most folks glory in this capacity others groan because of the unreliability of their emails occasioned by harassers, hackers and other email haters. But the groaning is now bound to enter the extinction phase as the Email address look up has come to help validate all emails and to make it easier to curb all those unwarranted mishaps that ...
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Feb 23
Share screen shots via internet in seconds with the help of incredibly useful freeware utility - Jet Screenshot (http://www.jetScreenshot.com). Take a shot, edit it quickly and then send to FTP, to get a link with which you can immediately provide anyone, using all means of communication. It's ideal for fast and handy exchange of visual information. How often you see something that is worth sharing? It can be related to work as well as entertainment, between friends and colleagues. When you ...
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Feb 15
If a new webcam technology from Microsoft get the go-ahead, then instant messaging could get a whole lot more interesting. Currently under development at the Microsoft research labs in Cambridge, England, the new webcam, i2i consists of two lenses, which carefully follows an individual's movement. Using an exclusively developed algorithm to cleverly blend what each lens is seeing, resulting in the creation of an accurate stereo "cylopean" image. All very technical, but for the 18.5 million ...
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Feb 7
The growing popularity of automatic forex trading market is really quite amusing. It has proved one of the most extraordinary way to earn income. The root of its fame is because its deals with money, the most liquid asset in the financial world. The blossoming of the forex market is the reason why many platforms and services are already available online. It is so many facilities and really a competitive world are coming out claiming to make your Forex trading experience effortless.The Forex ...
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