30th January 2010 Archive
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Geo loco revamp
Google has teamed with DNS maven Neustar to propose an extension to the net's existing Domain Name System protocol, hoping to improve the way the protocol maps web users to particular data centers. The news comes little more than a month after the web giant cum world power sensationally entered the DNS resolution business with …
Networks 30 Jan 01:25
World's first inter-protocol exploit, but not the last
Enterprise Security 30 Jan 01:41
Separate machines, same settings
Mozilla has released the first official non-beta version of Weave, the open source "sync everything, everywhere" add-on for Firefox. The release is the culmination of the Mozilla Labs' Weave project's web-wide test flight, the last leg of which began with the synchronization utility's first beta release of version 1.0 last …
Music and Media 30 Jan 06:54
Updated The web without pr0n? Unthinkable!
The Flash mob over at Adobe has escalated its attack on Apple for Cupertino's refusal to allow Flash on the iPad. If one picture is worth a thousand words, one Flasher has just launched a 12,000-word volley of derision. On TheFlashBlog, Adobe platform evangelist Lee Brimelow's web site for all things Flashy, you can now find …
Mobile 30 Jan 06:55
'Fennec' on Maemo
Mozilla has officially released the first mobile Firefox, a condensed version of the popular open-source browser that runs on Nokia's Maemo platform. Codenamed 'Fennec,' Firefox 1.0 for Maemo was previously available only as a beta. Mozilla calls this the first mobile web browser to accomodate add-ons - long a staple of the …
Mobile 30 Jan 07:32
- Geek's Guide to Britain INSIDE GCHQ: Welcome to Cheltenham's cottage industry
- 'Catastrophic failure' of 3D-printed gun in Oz Police test
- Game Theory Is the next-gen console war already One?
- Analysis Spam and the Byzantine Empire: How Bitcoin tech REALLY works
- VIDEO Herschel Space Observatory spots galaxies merging