Fujitsu Flepia – The new Kindle

Fujitsu got jealous of Amazon and created the color version of Kindle ! The new product is designed to read newspapers electronically, and is being tested these days by Fujitsu in various cafes in Japan. It is a very thin display device with e-ink technology (electronic ink) that consumes minimal battery energy (50 hours of […]




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Which are the biggest companies in the Antivirus arena

Everyone in the United States has heard of the leading antivirus vendors such as Mcafee, Trend Micro, Symantec, Computer Associates etc. These companies have market-leading presence in the United States. Microsoft, as well, has plans to become a key player in this market. Microsoft acquired intellectual property and technology from GeCad software in 2003, a […]




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What is a Torrent – All about the Torrent Protocol

A Torrent is a peer-to-peer technology that uses small files containing information about a specific (usually large) file. This information is about the users having the file, and essentially plays the role of liaison between users. The size of torrent files is very small and has an extension of .torrent. The protocol used to exchange […]




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FireTorrent – Download Torrents with Firefox

One of the drawbacks of Firefox was that it didn’t support downloading torrents as the Opera browser. With FireTorrent, we can add this functionality to download torrents without having to have a separate client. The Firefox add-on is still in alpha test version, but is fully operational. The FireTorrent can be very useful for people […]




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Telecom Companies issue lawsuits for municipalities

Several Telecommunication companies in USA started filing charges for municipalities that build their own high speed data networks based on fiber optics or DSL lines, and offer telephony and cable TV to distant communities. In this way, telecom companies manage to stop the progress of these networks until the lawsuit case is finalized in court. […]




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Twitter denies takeover proposal from Facebook

Facebook, the well known social networking site, offered 500 million dollars in stock shares for the acquisition of the popular Twitter. The offer included 100 from the 500 million in cash and the remaining amount in stock shares. Twitter refused the offer for several reasons. Firstly, according to the actual Facebook estimated price and its […]




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