Archive for June, 2012

KeyLogger – A Threat

Keystroke logging (often called keylogging or “keyloggers”) is the action of tracking (or logging) the keys struck on a keyboard, typically in a covert manner so that the person using the keyboard is unaware that their actions are being monitored. There are numerous keylogging methods, ranging from hardware and software-based approaches to electromagnetic and acousticanalysis.

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BlackBerry 10 Comes Without Physical Keyboard

The Washington Post is reporting on a curious decision by  Research in Motion (RIM) – the first BlackBerry 10 device to launch will be touchscreen-only. RIM isn’t abandoning their trademark – the full hardware QWERTY keyboard – as such devices will still come later on.

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Cbox – A interactive Chat Box

 We have seen Online chats or group chats what we use in Facebook and regular tweet boxes we use in Twitter…. But Cbox provides us with a interactive Online Chat Box which has a very good User Interface…. let us go through further details….

Get a Cbox and add a new dimension of interaction to your website or blog. Cbox is a unique chat and messaging application that brings the best features of traditional chat and tagging systems to the social web. And the best part – Cbox Basic is completely free.


Cbox is available in 2 ways

1. Free Usage

Unlike traditional chat, Cbox has perpetual message history so your visitors are placed immediately in context. Cbox is finely customizable to blend into your site, it’s intuitive, making it fun and easy to use, and it’s secure, giving you control over who can post, and blocking spam.

2. Premium Usage

Cbox is designed to be highly scalable, supporting hundreds of concurrent users on a single chat; its compatibility is unmatched – engineered to function on every browser, Cbox takes advantage of newer technology where it’s available, degrading gracefully on older systems. Cbox uses HTML and AJAX technologies – requires no plugins. We’ve packaged this great featureset with additional support into our Premium service.

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Mahesh ( MGIT ECE 4th year )

19 year old student invents a new propulsion system

An Egyptian physics student has successfully created a new propulsion device that could accelerate space probes and artificial satellites through quantum physics and chemical reactions instead of the current radioactive-based jets and ordinary rocket engines. Mustafa’s propelling device is based upon a scientific mix between quantum physics, space technology, chemical reactions and electrical sciences. Current space probes, artificial satellites, spacecrafts and space vehicles use rocket gas engines that depend on forcing a gas to the outside of the vehicle at a supersonic speed or the chemical reactions rockets which propel by solid or liquid fuels such as radionuclide or petroleum, or the electrically-propelled probes which depend on thrusting force via accelerating ions.

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We have seen in the previous articles about Google Drive ( Which is an Online Storage option started by Google ), even Microsoft has come up with online storage concept – SkyDrive….

Amid the excitement over Google Drive, the search giant’s new Dropbox competitor, Microsoft recently improved a similar online sync and storage service, SkyDrive. Microsoft added the ability to store files online and sync across multiple devices right from your Windows or OS X desktop. That puts SkyDrive squarely in competition with Dropbox and Drive, five years after Microsoft first introduced its online storage solution in 2007.

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Nokia 41 Megapixel Phone

Nokia is going through a very bad period while its market share has declined to a great extent…. As Nokia is still sticking to its SYMBIAN Software it unleashes a new Phone having a Revolutionary 41 Megapixel Camera to it…. which is considered to be much better that IPHONE 4S…

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Most of the people in the world use WINDOWS Operating System as it is more user friendly and most of the Third party Applications run on Windows, but coming to the Windows Media Player ( WMP ), we find it to be very shabby because it does not play many different File Formats….

File Formats Supported by Windows Media Player are :

  • .avi
  • .wav
  • .wax
  • .wma
  • .wm
  • .mpg
  • .mpeg


Touch-typing works well on a physical keyboard. One can feel the keys and their location and has based on this a clear understanding on where all other keys are located without looking at them. Virtual keyboards do not allow touch-typing as firstly placing 10 fingers on the screen would activate keys accidentally and secondly one cannot feel the keys. Hence does not know where other keys located without look at them. For making touch-typing work on touch screens and surfaces the input system has to adapt to the touch screen conditions.Researchers from University of Technology,Sydney have come  up with a new idea through which typing on touch screens becomes much easier.They call it ‘LIQUIDKEYBOARD’.

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Know about Radar

We all are fans of cricket. We always talk about Bret lee’s tremendous fast bowling. But have you ever wondered how they calculated his bowling speed with in seconds of time?

          Suppose we are travelling at a speed of 50kmph on a road where the speed limit is 45kmph. Though the speed variation between 45 and 50kmph cannot be found by human senses that much accurately, traffic police will still catch our tail. Have you ever wondered how he found out we are over speeding?

          Answer to both the questions above is given by simple Continuous wave radar or simply a CW-radar.

 A CW radar

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Be Aware while buying high end phones!!

Hello friends!

As 3G now is completely evolved,many people belonging to the younger generation try to upgrade their mobile phones every time. But, they miss out some hidden rather masked features tagged to the phone specifications.

The first comes is the “Native 3G video Call”, means video call through the network provider(not through internet).

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