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SpyEye gets new DDoS functionality
Researchers from RSA’s FraudAction Research Lab are reporting on a recently discovered new module within the popular crimeware SpyEye.
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Mission Data’s uncard.me Launches in time for SXSW Interactive Contact Sharing
A web-based alternative to app-based contact sharing solutions, uncard.me lets users control how much or how little information to share. (PRWeb March 10, 2011) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/uncardme/03/prweb5151794.htm
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ArioTech and UMass Memorial Medical Center to Deliver Telehealth Technology Reducing Heart Failure-Related Hospital Re …
Fort Lee, New Jersey, March 11, 2011 – ArioTech, a leading-edge mobile health management solution provider and UMass Memorial Medical Center, Worcester, MA, are collaborating on a remote patient monitoring initiative to improve clinical outcomes in patients with heart failure (HF). (PRWeb March 11, 2011) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/readmission …
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From Stacks, a way to clean up the desktop, to a folder called Downloads, the UI is glitzier than ever. And, Finder now works across Macs or PCs on your network
ThinVNC Gets Secure Gateway for Corporate Remote Sessions
ThinVNC Remote Access Server enables an HTML5 Remote Desktop access point to any PC within the corporate LAN/WAN, administering and redirecting ThinVNC’s HTTPS/WebSockets traffic. With the ability to define users and PCs, ThinVNC Remote Access Server is the perfect tool for secure telecommuting, remote support and administration.
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Tipard Top 5 Software Packs Help You Possess Perfect Multimedia Life
As a leading player in the multimedia field, Tipard Studio has newly released Top 5 Software Packs, which are Tipard iPad Software Pack, Tipard iPhone Software Pack, Tipard DVD Ripper Pack, Tipard DVD Software Toolkit and Tipard DVD Software Toolkit for Mac.
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ManageEngine ServiceDesk Plus Voted WindowsNetworking.com Readers’ Choice Award Winner in Help Desk Category
AUSTIN, TX–(Marketwire – 02/09/11) – ManageEngine , makers of a globally renowned suite of cost effective network, systems, applications and security management software solutions, today announced that its ITIL-ready service management solution, ManageEngine ServiceDesk Plus , was named the best Help Desk product by readers of the leading Windows Networking resource site, WindowsNetworking.com …
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Sex gets cyber as porn and Internet mate
LAS VEGAS, Jan 11 – Porn fans are being enticed with cyber sex and virtual affairs as the adult entertainment industry adapts to survive in the Internet Age. Trends at the AVN Adult Entertainment Expo that ends Sunday in Las Vegas included Internet video streamed wirelessly to televisions; remote-controlled intimacy; and augmented …
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‘Tuk Tuk’ meter to run through smart phones
Kerala-based based MindHelix Technologies has launched ‘Tuk Tuk’ meter, claimed to be India’s first GPS based multi-platform Auto fare calculator that runs through smart phones. The application can be started on getting into the autorickshaw and the meter in the phone will run alongside the meter in the rickshaw.
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SOTI Announces Support For Janam’s Rugged Mobile Computers
SOTI, Inc., a market-leader that develops state-of-the-art software solutions to manage mobile devices internationally, recently announced that SOTI MobiScan will be preloaded on all XM Series devices from Janam Technologies LLC, a leading provider of rugged mobile computers that scan barcodes and communicate wirelessly.
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Google Apps Marketplace Gets a Billing API
The Google Apps Marketplace now has a preliminary billing API that allows a SaaS vendor to manage subscriptions on its own platform. SlideRocket , GQueues , Cohuman , and WikiFYD are the first services to accept customer transactions using the API, which is powered by Google Checkout. Sponsor Google Apps Marktplace is becoming an ecosystem for app developers. But until this point, the service …
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THE GOOGLE INVESTOR: The Top 10 Things To Love And Hate Google For In 2010
GOOG Off With Tech After a weak opening and mixed economic reports, the market is rebounding somewhat. Shares of GOOG are off, in line with the rest of technology.
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News and views on Linux on the desktop …
Music sharing app sounds out Linux — Jul. 13, 2010 — Spotify yesterday released a preview version of its peer-to-peer (P2P) music application for desktop Linux, packaged as Debian Squeeze/Ubuntu 10.04. The software shares most of the features of the Windows and Mac OS X versions of Spotify, but requires Spotify Premium membership.
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DIY fabrication hits a new price point (maybe…) – If the DIY Desktop CNC Machine gets funded, we’ll be closer to …
The DIY Desktop CNC Machine project on Kickstarter could bring reasonably-priced 3D fabrication technology to the masses.
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Ingenuity Systems and CLC bio collaborate to provide interoperability between software solutions
Today Ingenuity Systems and CLC bio announced that they’re collaborating to provide interoperability between their software solutions. The aim of the partnership is to provide researchers with the ability to easily exchange data between CLC bio’s enterprise and desktop solutions and Ingenuity’s pathway analysis software (IPA®), in order to perform both array and next-generation sequencing data …
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Cherry Hill, NJ (PRWEB) January 13, 2010
South Jersey’s first high school to provide news programming, televisions, and cable TV capability to its classrooms now has its first professional teleprompter and a brand new studio set. “CCTV,” Camden Catholic High School’s daily TV program produced entirely by student volunteers, gives each student real world experience in broadcast media – both in front of and behind the camera.
“We’ve come a long way since Camden Catholic launched CCTV 20 years ago, beginning with the introduction of the Channel One Network,” said Jeff Bruckner, a communications teacher who brings with him many years of Hollywood TV production experience before joining the faculty. “The new set, teleprompter, and even a new iMac, an all-in-one desktop computer that helps with video editing, logos, and artwork, have totally revitalized our TV programming.”
As a result of Bruckner’s philosophy of giving students the freedom to plan, present, and produce the show as they see fit, several students took charge of the studio re-design and construction. Senior Steve Danek of Merchantville led a group of volunteers who built a new desk and backdrop for the news and sports announcers. “I really want the students to take charge of this effort. I don’t believe in a lot of hand holding. Instead, I want them to make CCTV reflect who they are,” he said. For example, he prefers that the newscasters speak in a natural style rather than the often overly enunciated style common on broadcast TV.
The addition of the teleprompter to the TV studio was made possible by a donation by Camden Catholic’s graduating Class of 2009. Moving from reading scripts which had previously been shown on a TV screen on the other side of the camera, announcers like Meghan Lynn, a senior from Pennsauken, are learning how to read as naturally as possible the moving words on the teleprompter. “We just got the teleprompter and I’ve been a little nervous about using it,” she said, although her presentation during a recent broadcast showed no hesitation. Nearby before the show, associate producer Melissa Worthington, a junior from Haddon Heights, was busily typing in the news script for the teleprompter just minutes before the show aired.
In the control booth, director Brian Gallagher, a senior from Collingswood, keeps things rolling along. He started working in Camden Catholic’s TV studio as an apprentice four years ago and today is one of the student leaders. He works alongside producer Carly Drebit, a senior from Runnemede, and coordinating producer Joe Godley, a Mt. Laurel senior, and technical director Steve Danek. On the other side of the camera during the sports news were broadcasters Ilya Rell, a senior from Cherry Hill and Tim Crawford, a senior from Haddonfield. Tom Craig, a senior from Cherry Hill, shares newscasting duties with Lynn, while Jim Bloss, a senior from Marlton serves as weather forecaster.
Club coordinator Bruckner does have a “wish list” of equipment he would love to get for the TV studio, even if it were secondhand. “We could really use an A/V mixer, since ours is more than 10 years old, plus the news screens in our control room are at least 15 years old. We’d also love to get a teleprompter for our sports announcers, as well,” he noted.
Besides broadening their experiences while at Camden Catholic, where does this TV programming lead students in the future? Two recent graduates involved in the TV studio, Grace Xerri of Mt. Laurel and Emily Sherman of Pennsauken, both majored in communications in college, while other current students, including Meghan Lynn, are considering majoring in communications. “We give them a look into the real work of TV production, and the students certainly enjoy and learn at the same time,” said Bruckner.
About Camden Catholic High School
Each year, approximately 95% of the students from Camden Catholic High School in Cherry Hill, NJ, enroll in two- and four-year colleges. Since 1887, the Catholic co-educational college preparatory school has prepared more students for college than any other high school in South Jersey. Known for its academics, arts, and athletics, it has approximately 850 students from 70 towns and cities in South Jersey. The website for the school – which celebrates the themes of opportunity, community, and tradition – is www.camdencatholic.org.
Things are busy in the control room at Camden Catholic’s TV studio during the morning broadcast. Controlling the equipment are (front to back) Steve Danek of Merchantville, Ilya Rell of Cherry Hill, and Joe Godley of Mt. Laurel. Teacher Jeff Bruckner, right, oversees the show, accompanied by Joe Funk, a freshman intern from Blackwood.
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Syllable Desktop Gets REBOL 3 Development Collaboration
The latest version of the REBOL 3 open host kit, alpha 110, enables Syllable Desktop for the first time to run the REBOL 3 client/server RebDev collaboration application for chat and development files sharing (screenshot).
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Apple to streamline your screen in future iOS, Mac OS X versions
A patent application recently filed by Apple reveals that the computer maker is looking to reduce the amount of junk on your desktop by consolidating menu items and making them scrollable when touched.
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For Your Eyes Only
Everyone has a unique pattern of eye movements. A new biometric security system exploits this for a simple, hard-to-fool approach. The way you view the world is unique, so why not use it to identify you?
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