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VirIT eXplorer Lite 6.7.39 (Windows)

VirIT eXplorer Lite is an anti-virus/anti-spyware for Windows. Clean your computer from viruses, root kit, spyware, worms, trojans, backdoor, dialers, BHO Browser Helper Object, adware, hijacker, fraud tool and malware software. The features of VirIT eXplorer Lite are: real time intrusion detection system, sort startup programs by date, scan and...

Tech Republic Article

22
Sep
2010

Let Us Take You All the Way to the Cloud …

If you’re still hosting sites the old way, it’s time to take a closer look at cloud computing. Announcing the official AWS insider’s guide to cloud computing, “Host Your Web Site in the Cloud: Amazon Web Services Made Easy,” authored by Amazon Web Services Senior Evangelist, Jeff Barr. Cloud hosting is ideal for developers and [...]

Sitepoint Article

22
Sep
2010

How do we Improve Internet Privacy? IAB, ISOC, MIT, W3C Join Forces in Workshop

W3C is pleased to announce a Workshop on Internet Privacy: How can Technology help to improve Privacy on the Internet?, which takes place at MIT in Cambridge, MA (USA) on 8-9 December 2010. Who we are (e.g. our thoughts, dreams, feelings, DNA sequence), what we own (such as financial property), what we have experienced and how we behave (audio/visual/olfactory transcripts), and how we can be reached (location, endpoint identifiers) are among the most personal pieces of information about us. More and more of this information is being digitized and made available electronically. The question for us therefore is: How can we ensure that architectures and technologies for the Internet, including the World Wide Web, are developed in a way that respects users’ privacy? See the Workshop home for more information about participation. Position papers are due 5 November. The Workshop is jointly organized by these organizations: Internet Architecture Board (IAB), Internet Society (ISOC), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and W3C. Learn more about W3C work on Privacy and W3C Workshops.

W3 Article

21
Sep
2010

How do we Improve Internet Privacy? Two W3C Workshops Address User Privacy Needs

W3C is pleased to announce two upcoming Workshops on Internet Privacy. As more and more of this information is being digitized and made available electronically we must ask: how can we ensure that architectures and technologies for the Internet, including the World Wide Web, are developed in a way that respects user privacy?

The first Workshop will address Privacy and data usage control, 4-5 October in Cambridge (MA) together with the PrimeLife Project and CSAIL's Digital Information Group. The October Workshop is a follow-up to the July Workshop on Privacy for Advanced Web APIs which took place in London. This Workshop mainly targets the service side of Privacy: how to keep promises made to the user easily and how to mitigate privacy risks in a world where services cooperate to fulfill user needs.

W3C then carries the insights gained from the July and October Workshops to a wider context: How can Technology help to improve Privacy on the Internet?, jointly organized with the Internet Architecture Board (IAB), Internet Society (ISOC), and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The meeting takes place at MIT in Cambridge (MA) on 8-9 December 2010, and position papers are due 5 November. See the Workshop home for more information about participation.

Learn more about W3C work on Privacy and W3C Workshops.

W3 Article

21
Sep
2010

Multimodal Architecture and Interfaces Draft Updated

The Multimodal Interaction Working Group has published an updated Working Draft of Multimodal Architecture and Interfaces (MMI Architecture), which defines a general and flexible framework providing interoperability among modality-specific components from different vendors - for example, speech recognition from one vendor and handwriting recognition from another. The main changes from the previous draft are (1) the inclusion of state charts for modality components, (2) the addition of a 'confidential' field to life-cycle events and (3) the removal of the 'media' field from life-cycle events. A diff-marked version of this document is available. Learn more about the W3C Multimodal Interaction Activity.

W3 Article

21
Sep
2010

What Cloud Computing Can Mean for Your Business, Part II: Starting Your Cloud Infrastructure

Toby looks at a number of tools available for small-to-medium-sized businesses that allows them to have their IT operations quickly up and running in the cloud. When you’re starting up a business, you want to avoid being bogged down with IT infrastructure setup. This quick guide to setting up reliable services easily and cheaply in the cloud will allow you to get on with doing what you do best.

Sitepoint Article

21
Sep
2010

Wire&Figure 1.0 (Mobile)

Wire & Fugure is that the virus of a growing in space is cleaned to surround it with a wire. Rules:-When an enemy touch your finger, it's GAMEOVER-You can touch and draw a line up to 3 lines at the same time.-The virus vanishes when you touch where connect a...

Tech Republic Article

21
Sep
2010

Wire&Figure 1.1 (Mobile)

Wire & Figure is that the virus of a growing in space is cleaned to surround it with a wire. Rules:-When an enemy touch your finger, it's GAMEOVER-You can touch and draw a line up to 3 lines at the same time.-The virus vanishes when you touch where connect a...

Tech Republic Article

21
Sep
2010

Creating Shadows Around Polygons in CSS

Designers are always challenging us with ever-more complex and subtle designs, and developers are always looking for ways of implementing them better. In this post, James looks at CSS drop-shadows, and demonstrates a technique for making them describe non-rectangular shapes.

Sitepoint Article

21
Sep
2010


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