New 1000 RS Note Fake or Real

A Pic of 1000rs Note Going viral in Internet,It has first started on Twitter and then is being shared on Facebook and Whatsapp. People are still in a dilemma if this is real or fake. However it is not confirmed yet that it is fake or real.

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The photograph of the new Rs 1000 note started revolving on Twitter and people are trying to figure out that this time whether it is real or not.

 

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KONY 2012

In just four days, as The Times reports, Invisible Children’s 30-minute documentary film has rocketed around the Web, garnering more than 40 million views on YouTube and more than 13 million on Vimeo since it was launched on Monday. It has been shared all over Facebook and mentioned tens of thousands of times on Twitter.

KONY 2012 is a film and campaign by Invisible Children that aims to make Joseph Kony famous, not to celebrate him, but to raise support for his arrest and set a precedent for international justice.

This Is the New York No One Ever Sees [Video]

Armed with gloves, a backpack, and a healthy appreciation for the deadliness of the third rail, urban historian Steven Duncan and videographer Andrew Wonder explore the Undercity. This is the…

Armed with gloves, a backpack, and a healthy appreciation for the deadliness of the third rail, urban historian Steven Duncan and videographer Andrew Wonder explore the Undercity. This is the hidden New York. And it’s beautiful. More »

Download Adobe Flash Player 10.2 beta now

Adobe has just announced that the beta for Flash Player 10.2 is available now for Mac, Windows, and Linux, bringing with it a number of new features and performance improvements. If you want to get your hands on the latest browser plug-ins, you can grab the beta preview from the link below. New features and... Read More…

Adobe has just announced that the beta for Flash Player 10.2 is available now for Mac, Windows, and Linux, bringing with it a number of new features and performance improvements. If you want to get your hands on the latest browser plug-ins, you can grab the beta preview from the link below.

New features and enhancements in Flash Player 10.2 beta include:

Stage Video hardware acceleration– Support for ‘Stage Video’ a new infrastructure for video playback that allows developers to fully leverage hardware acceleration while decreasing processor usage.

Full screen support for multiple monitors– Content on secondary monitors will now stay in full screen mode, allowing you to work on your main display while viewing full screen content on the other.

Native custom mouse cursors– Developers can now “define custom native mouse cursors“.

Hardware accelerated rendering support for IE9- Improve performance of graphics with hardware accelerated graphics in Internet Explorer 9.

You can download the Adobe Flash Player 10.2 beta preview here.

[Adobe Labs via TUAW]

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MacBook Pro Gets Updated with 2.8 GHz Core i7

While Apple introduced new MacBook Air models at Wednesday’s “Back to Mac” event, they were pretty silent about a new MacBook Pro line upgrade that was introduced the same day. The upgrade comes specifically to the high end MacBook Pro, seeing a jump to a speedy 2.8 GHz Core i7. Up until now the fastest... Read More…

While Apple introduced new MacBook Air models at Wednesday’s “Back to Mac” event, they were pretty silent about a new MacBook Pro line upgrade that was introduced the same day. The upgrade comes specifically to the high end MacBook Pro, seeing a jump to a speedy 2.8 GHz Core i7. Up until now the fastest MacBook Pro available was a 2.66 GHz model.

[9to5mac]

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Office 2011 for Mac Gets Official Oct 26 Release Date- Preorder Now

We already heard rumors that Office 2011 for Mac would be released on October 26th, but today Microsoft has officially confirmed the release date. To accompany the announcement, they also released another “behind the scenes” video showing off some of the new features including full screen views for Word. It also shows UI improvements, faster... Read More…

We already heard rumors that Office 2011 for Mac would be released on October 26th, but today Microsoft has officially confirmed the release date. To accompany the announcement, they also released another “behind the scenes” video showing off some of the new features including full screen views for Word. It also shows UI improvements, faster application launch times, and other overall performance increases.

You can already preorder Office 2011 for Mac through Amazon, and soon enough many other retailers. You can check out the video below.

[Microsoft via 9to5Mac]

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New open source programming language by Google : Go

Hello World in Go

package main

import "fmt"

func main() {
  fmt.Printf("Hello, ??n")
}
Google never seems to just be satisfied with the status quo, and when they run out of fields to compete in they create their own! Google’s new “Go” programming language is one of their newest ventures, a language which is an amalgamation of Python and C++. 
 

The Go language, in development since September 2007, has been unveiled by Google along with the release of a free and open source compiler. In fact, Google has released both a stand-along compiler implementation with cryptic names such as 6g (amd64 compiler), 8g (x86 compiler), and 5g (ARM compiler) and one which is a front-end for GCC (gccgo).


Born out of frustration with existing system languages, Go attempts to bring something new to the table, and mix the ease of dynamically typed and interpreted languages with the efficiency of compiled languages.

New Intel Core i7, i5 and i3 pricing and specs leaked

More Ho Ho Sinful sauce has trickled out of Guangzhou, so we thought it’d be rude not to serve you up a feast of velly blue HEXUS.beans.

Here for your delectation from HEXUS is a full list of prices and specs for the next generation of Intel processors.

In June, HEXUS brought you the news that Intel was expanding the Intel Core brand by adding Core i5 and Core i3 to its Core i7 offerings, with the three brands now referring to entry-level, mid-range and extreme performance Intel Core processors respectively.

We then estimated, based on information available at the time, how this new naming system would tally with existing and future families of processor. Now the table below shows all the new information we’ve received, including some price cuts to models already available.

Security breach forced The New York Times on Monday to suspend online ads

A security breach forced The New York Times on Monday to suspend online ads that are served directly from an advertiser’s website.

The move comes after a security loophole allowed scammers over the weekend to swap an innocuous advertisement for one serving a fake virus-warning, and hawking a deceptive scareware product intended to sell bogus security software.

“The ad was submitted directly to our Digital Advertising Operations team,” said Diane McNulty, a spokeswoman for the organization, in an e-mail.

“The culprit masqueraded as a national advertiser and provided seemingly legitimate product advertising for a week,” McNulty wrote. “Over the weekend, the ad being served up was switched so that an intrusive message, claiming to be a virus warning from the reader’s computer, appeared.”

Readers who clicked on the ad found their browsers hijacked while a fake virus-scan was displayed. If they allowed the malicous website to serve its executable payload, they’d be stuck with a fake scareware program that badgers them into buying supposed anti-virus software.

Eastern European cybercrooks have been running an identical scam all month using search engine optimization techniques to promote their scammy websites to the top of Google search results on popular queries. In this case, they were apparently able to reach the Times‘ audience because the paper was allowing advertisers to host ads from the advertisers’ own servers, making it possible for the scammers to substitute in anything they wanted to display on the newspaper’s website.

Trend Micro said the ad was being hosted by Hetzner AG, a German provider it claimed “has a colorful track record when it comes to spewing dodgy content, having hosted literally hundreds of malicious URLs.”

The Times declined to identify the “national advertiser” the scammers originally impersonated.

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