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Mark Zuckerberg said Internet.org was launched in the Philippines

Mr. Zuckerberg's plans to bring low-cost internet access to the otherwise disconnected, and today, his social network announced  in Philippines. The new Internet.org app allows users to browse weather, health and employment info at no cost.

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg said Internet.org was launched in the Philippines Thursday morning (Manila time).



Zuckerberg posted a photo of Jaime, a driver in Manila who uses Facebook to keep in touch with his loved ones who moved to the United Arab Emirates.




Right now, the option is available to  Smart or Sun network subscribers in the country, but it will roll out to other parts of the world in the future. Cellular service blankets much of the globe, however the cost of the mobile web deters many from opting in. This will certainly help

 And that's not all Google Search,  Messenger and Wikipedia are available as well.

 Internet.org is a partnership between mobile operators like Smart, governments and Facebook.

Internet.org is available Mobile or PC Access I'm a Globe Subscriber It wont work :p  screenshot below:





Internet.org  first free web access was in Zambia












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Smartphone Accessories can diagnose HIV and syphilis within 15 minutes

Scientists at Columbia University have invented a new dongle that attaches to a mobile phone and can diagnose HIV and syphilis in 15 minutes. This means millions of lives could be saved through early diagnosis.


The kit, which attaches to any smartphone or computer, replicates a lab test and can give a diagnosis in the field in just 15 minutes.

The device is nearly 540 times cheaper than current lab testing machines, and has already been tested on patients in Rwanda during a pilot study.



Health workers tested the blood of 96 patients who were enrolling into clinics aimed at preventing transmission of HIV from mother to child, or those visiting voluntary counselling and testing centres.


The dongle was developed to be small and light enough to fit in one hand.



It draws its power from the smartphone allowing it to be used in remote areas, providing the phone is charged.

Samuel Sia, associate professor of biomedical engineering at Columbia University, said the team's work showed that full laboratory-quality tests can be run on a smartphone app.

This makes a diagnosis accessible to almost any population with access to smartphones.

source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk










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blognizend, Updated at: 10:59 AM

A 17-year-old schoolboy from Windsor, Berkshire, hanged himself after receiving a bogus email

Joseph Edwards, a 17-year-old schoolboy from Windsor, Berkshire, hanged himself after receiving a bogus email appeared to be from police claiming that he'd been spotted browsing illegal websites and that a fine of 100 pound needed to be paid in order to stop the police from pursuing him.

The scam email pushed the well-known Police Ransomware onto the boy’s laptop and also downloaded malware that locked up his system once it was opened.

As far as we all know, a Police ransomware of this type does not encrypt files and usually asks a victim to pay a small fine that last around $200 or €200. It’s normally much easier to remove the threat from infected systems by using dedicated tools specially designed to remove such infections.

Edwards was an A-level student with Autism, a developmental disability, that likely made him more susceptible to believing the Internet scam mail, supposedly sent from from Cheshire police, was genuine, a coroner heard on Thursday.



Edwards was so upset and depressed by the accusation and the extortionate demand that he hanged himself hours after falling victim to the crucial threat. He was found hanged at his family home in Windsor by his mother Jacqueline Edwards, who told the coroner that he probably didn't understand the implications of his actions.

"He didn't seem to have any worries known to me. I don't think he really understood," Jacqueline Edwards told the coroner. "Joseph was subjected to a scam on the internet, a threatening, fake police link that was asking for money," his mother said in a statement. "He would have taken it literally because of his autism and he didn't want to upset Georgia [his sister] or me."

According to Detective Sergeant Peter Wall, it will be almost impossible to trace the fraudsters behind the 'crude' email, but believe it may have originated outside the UK.

This is not first time when Ransomware has become deadly reason to take someone’s life. Over a year ago, a Romanian family faced same Police Ransomware threat and the Romanian victim hanged himself and his four-year-old son, scarring that his young son would pay for his mistake and his life would be spend in the moment of delusion.

Ransomware is one of the most blatant and obvious criminal's money making schemes out there, from which Cryptolocker threat had touched the peak, and cyber criminals have developed many Cryptolocker versions (prisonlocker, linkup, icepole, cryptobit) by which you have to safeguard your system.


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blognizend, Updated at: 1:31 AM

MSI's GT80 Titan Nvidia 980M SLI monster with a mechanical keyboard

MSI's new huge GT80 Titan SLI integrates a Cherry MX keyboard by SteelSeries. Yes, a laptop with a mechanical keyboard. Why? Partially because they can, and partially because mechanical keyboards are awesome to type on.


MicroStar International  officially introduced CES2015 its unique GT80 Titan laptop. As the first of its kind, the MSI GT80 Titan takes a step into the future by integrating a proper mechanical keyboard with Cherrywith 18.4” display that combines incredible performance with easy upgradeability and mechanical keyboard, for the first time in history. The MSI GT80 Titan is to be powered by quad-core Intel Core i7 “Haswell” microprocessor for laptops and two GeForce GTX 980M graphics adapters in SLI configuration. The system is expected to feature up to 32GB of DDR3L memory, M.2 solid-state drives in RAID 0 mode for maximum performance and a 1TB hard disk drive with 7200rpm spindle speed for maximum amount of storage.




That just leaves one major sticking point: price. And the GT80 Dominator isn't cheap. It starts at $3300, though the version on display at CES cost $3700 thanks to a step-up Intel Extreme 4980HQ processor. The system also included 24GB of RAM, a 1TB 7200 RPM HDD and two 128GB M.2 SSDs running in RAID. A trackpad on the right side of the keyboard doubles as a 10 key numberpad with haptic feedback.





























 To provide the best experience for gamers, MSI worked with our long-term partner, SteelSeries, the gaming peripherals leader who brought the first mechanical keyboards to gamers and aided in the keyboard development of previous MSI gaming notebooks. With the new GT80 mechanical gaming notebooks, the keyboards are powered by SteelSeries through its anti-ghosting design (N-key rollover) and SteelSeries Engine software suite.



The MSI GT80 Titan SLI has an offset trackpad similar to the Razer Blade Pro's, so you can use it as an ad-hoc mouse for FPS games. But what if you need a number pad for some hardcore Excel work? With the push of a button, the trackpad converts into a ten-key with haptic feedback. While this may seem like a wild PC that'll never be sold, MSI expects this heavy-duty (and just plain heavy) gaming laptop to be on sale .
































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blognizend, Updated at: 11:51 PM

Windows 7 48 in 1 OEM Version

This  include 48 OEM version of Windows 7

64 bit and 32 bit

File size 4 Gigabyte

List of OEM



1. Windows 7 MSDN Ultimate 32-bit
2. Windows 7 MSDN Professional 32-bit
3. Windows 7 MSDN Home Premium 32-bit
4. Windows 7 MSDN Home Basic 32-bit
5. Windows 7 MSDN simplified version of 32-bit
6. Windows 7 MSDN Ultimate 64-bit
7. Windows 7 MSDN Professional 64-bit
8. Windows 7 MSDN Home Basic 64-bit
9. Windows 7 OEM Ultimate 32-bit general-purpose
10.Windows 7 OEM Universal Professional Edition 32-bit
11.Windows 7 OEM Home Premium 32-bit general-purpose
12.Windows 7 OEM Universal Home Basic 32-bit
13.Windows 7 OEM Vervison of 32-bit general-purpose summary
14.Windows 7 OEM Ultimate 64-bit general-purpose
15.Windows 7 OEM Universal Professional Edition 64-bit
16.Windows 7 OEM Home Premium 64-bit general-purpose
17.Windows 7 OEM Universal Home Basic 64-bit
18.Windows 7 Ultimate Lenovo (support Thinkpad) 32-bit
19.Windows 7 Ultimate Lenovo (support Thinkpad) 64-bit
20.Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit Dell
21.Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit Dell
22.Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit HP
23.Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit HP
24.Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit Compaq
25.Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit Compaq
26.Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit Acer
27.Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit Acer
28.Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit Asus
29.Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit Asus
30.Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit BenQ
31.Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit BenQ
32.Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit Founder
33.Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit Founder
34.Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit Shenzhou
35.Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit Shenzhou
36.Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit MSI
37.Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit MSI
38.Windows 7 Ultimate 32 Samsung
39.Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit Samsung
40.Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit Sony
41.Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit Sony
42.Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit Toshiba
43.Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit Toshiba
44.Windows 7 LG Ultimate 32-bit
45.Windows 7 LG Ultimate 64-bit
46.Windows 7 Ultimate Fujitsu (Fujitsu Siemens support) 32-bit
47.Windows 7 Ultimate Fujitsu (Fujitsu Siemens support) 64-bit
48.Windows 7 MSDN Home Premium 64-bit








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blognizend, Updated at: 12:52 AM

SamsungGalaxy Note 4 is now facing Gapgate as customers report

Galaxy Note 4 was released last September 26

Apple just experienced Bendgate with reports of its iPhone 6 Plus facing bending issues. Samsung is now facing Gapgate as customers report Galaxy Note 4 has a gap defect around its display. 

The gap in their device is thick enough to fit 2 sheets of A4 bond papers or a slightly thicker business card. It may seem like a harmless design issue, but it might affect the internals of the Note 4 in the long run since dust, lint, and even water could easily penetrate the device

It’s not clear how widespread the issue is, considering that Samsung’s South Korean Galaxy Note 4 launch day sales amounted to around 30,000 units, or all available stock Samsung had on hand, but apparently the company is aware of the issue.



 Considering that Samsung has rushed Galaxy Note 4 launch, at least in its home country, to better counter the iPhone 6 record sales, it’s likely this screen separation issue is a limited manufacturing problem that will be corrected before it becomes Samsung’s “Gapgate,” or something similar, once the handset launches in more markets next month.















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blognizend, Updated at: 6:52 AM
 
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