Coming Soon – Office Live Workspace

Microsoft Corporation will now soon launching its new service called Office liveĀ Workspace where you can Uplaod , View , Share Your Online Documents But Cannot edit the documents šŸ™ .

On the Office Live Workspace front, Microsoft will initially offer the product with no advertising, though Microsoft executives said that it has been designed so that ads can be shown in the future.

The company is also not allowing people to edit their documents online, but executives stressed over and over that Microsoft is committed to being the leader in productivity software and that includes online editing. (Translation: We don’t think we need to have editing in there right now, but if that changes, we’re prepared to do so.)

Another key project down the road is integrating Office Live Workspaces with other “Live” products such as Windows Live Hotmail and Windows Live Messenger, so that people will be able to view Office attachments they get via e-mail or IM. Google currently allows Gmail users to open attachments in Google Docs.

Microsoft has already said it has big plans for Office Live. At its partner conference in July, COO Kevin Turner said the product has the potential to be one of the company’s top three or four most-used products.

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Call From Highest Peak Through Cell Phone soon

Now British mountain climber Rod Baber will reach on top peak sooner and will make a world record of calling from highest peak soon.Baber will use a Moto Z8 phone, a consumer-grade GSM phone that Motorola announced earlier this week and will ship in Europe and Asia in June. No plans for shipping the phone in the U.S. have been made, although Motorola has many GSM phones sold by U.S.-based carriers. Pricing has not been announced.
The Z8 has worked well in the cold and low pressure and has been used by Baber to reach his family and others, making voice calls and sending photos and text messages from various locations.
Previous voice calls by climbers have been made using heavy, large satellite phones, he said. China Telecom only set up a cell tower in Rongbuk, about a mile from the base camp last year, Baber said.
A line-of-site connection from Rongbuk is now possible with the north ridge of the mountain, a distance of about 12 miles, Baber said in the e-mail.


80 GB PS3 coming soon

ACCORDING TO THE Sony Computer Entertainment Korea website, Korean gamers should expect an 80GB Playstation 3 in their territory next month.

After news reached the press of this specification, a Sony spokesperson confirmed to this morning that an 80GB PlayStation 3 is to go on sale in Korea – but said there are currently no plans to launch the model in Europe.

The 80GB model will bear a pre-tax price tag of KRW 518,000 (232) and will hit the shops on June 16.

The 60GB model in the UK has a suggested retail price of around 425 – that’s 193 more for 20GB less and the loss of hardware based backwards compatibility.

The INQ tests its PS3 titles and software on a Japanese PS3 which cost half of the UK price, and comes with the full support of a substantial Playstation library.

There is no word on when or indeed whether the 80GB PS3 will go on sale in other regions. The Xbox 360 still leads the disk-space war with the Elite’s 120GBHDD, doubling the available memory of a European retail Playstation 3.

While the 80GB PS3 is a slight improvement on the original officially-released 60GB hard-drive, the price differential between 60GB and 80GB is negligible. This could simply be a re-sourcing exercise by Sony which has resulted in a benefit to potential Korean Playstation 3 owners.


Funny Symantec Update For Simplyfied Chinese XP Users

According to the Chinese Internet Security Response Team (CISRT), users of Norton Antivirus, Norton Internet Security 2007 and Norton 360, who installed an antivirus signature update released by Symantec on May 17, could not reboot their PCs. The update reportedly mistook two Windows system files–“netapi32.dll” and “lsasrv.dll”–as the Backdoor.Haxdoo Trojan horse. The two files were subsequently quarantined.

CISRT said the flawed Symantec update only affects users of the Simplified Chinese version of Windows XP Service Pack 2 that have been patched with a particular Microsoft software fix available since November 2006.

CISRT noted that this issue has had a “huge” effect on Chinese PC users. It reported that more than 7,000 PC users have asked Chinese antivirus software Rising Antivirus for help in resolving the issue.

A spokesperson at Symantec Asia-Pacific and Japan confirmed the occurrence of the incident, but declined to reveal the number of Chinese Norton customers who were affected.

According to Symantec, the problem was caused when Symantec made a change to the automated process used by the company’s security response team to detect malware.

The spokesperson explained: “Symantec Security Response uses a variety of automated systems to complement manual analysis in order to provide rapid response times to new threats. The automated processes have run successfully for several years and have allowed Symantec Security Response to dramatically increase the number of high quality malware detections it’s able to provide, especially with the continued increase in the number of threats faced by customers.

“In response to the increased use of encryption in malware, a change was made to the automation recently to deal with these malware more effectively. This inadvertently resulted in a change to a single definition used by the automated system and subsequently led to two files being falsely detected as malware,” she added.

Symantec said the false detection was immediately removed from the virus signature definitions. Symantec security experts then initiated a LiveUpdate–the company’s automated software update process–posting to include the updated definitions. This LiveUpdate became publicly available at 22:50 (Pacific Standard Time) on May 17, about 4.5 hours after Symantec was notified of this issue.

Over the past two days, Symantec said, it has been reaching out to its customers and partners, to provide them with the updated file definition and the necessary steps to prevent further issues.

According to Symantec China’s Web site, affected customers can resolve the problem by initiating another LiveUpdate, if they have not restarted their PCs after installing the flawed update. Systems that have already been restarted can be returned to the previous state by recovering the two system files from the Windows XP CD.

The latest incident follows earlier foul-ups by antivirus software vendors. In February this year, Trend Micro said a security flaw in its antivirus software could cause a PC to be non-responsive, or allow an attacker to remotely execute code and take control of a system. Later in March, Microsoft also incurred the wrath of Windows Live OneCare users, who had their e-mail messages in Outlook and Outlook Express deleted by the Microsoft antivirus software.


Bulk Storage on mobile devices are now easy

Samsung SD Cards

Samsung produced MicroSD memory card which can stores upto 5 DVD movies .Samsung said that this memory card can store 2000 songs or 4000 Photos .The card has a read/write speed of 16MB/sec. and 6MB/sec., respectively.
The microSD card, about a quarter the size of a standard SD card used in cameras, is backward compatible with SD cards using an extender to allow multimedia files downloaded by mobile phones to be displayed on other media.

WordPress 2.2 Releases

Well You will think i’m writing after 13 hours of writing why , well I think to post it earlier but i thought that i’ll upgrade then i’ll post . So the mishap starts happening i deleted the old installation so that i can copy fresh files . But due to My crappy INTERNET CONNECTION , I was unable to upload files and My site seems to be sunked . But A Special Thanks to My College ADMIN That they provide me their limited connection for UPLOADING Files . I’ll really thankfull to My principal sir that he allows me to do this work .

Now after upgrading I’m writing about it from my home :-D.

WordPress 2.2 Released


  • WordPress Widgets allow you to easily rearrange and customize areas of your weblog (usually sidebars) with drag-and-drop simplicity. This functionality was originally available as a plugin Widgets are now included by default in the core code, significantly cleaned up, and enabled for the default themes.
  • Full Atom support, including updating our Atom feeds to use the 1.0 standard spec and including an implementation of the Atom Publishing API to complement our XML-RPC interface.
  • A new Blogger importer that is able to handle the latest version of Google’s Blogger product and seamlessly import posts and comments without any user interaction beyond entering your login.
  • Infinite comment stream, meaning that on your Edit Comments page when you delete or spam a comment using the AJAX links under each comment it will bring in another comment in the background so you always have 20 items on the page. (I know it sounds geeky, but try it!)
  • We now protect you from activating a plugin or editing a file that will break your blog.

Developer Features:

  • A new set of WordPress-specific XML-RPC APIs that allow for editing pages, setting categories, and much more.
  • We now use jQuery for a number of internal functions, and hope to transition all of our JS to use it. (We still need volunteers for this.)
  • Comment feeds now support multiple formats, including Atom.
  • Our internal mail functions now use phpMailer, which allows for things like SMTP support.
  • You can now set database collation and character set in your config file.
  • You can also hardcode your site and WP URL in the config file, overriding the values in the DB.
  • Finally we’ve increased the inline documentation of a number of functions inside of WP, which should help you navigate those parts of the code.
  • Core plugin and filter speed optimizations should make everything feel a bit more snappy and lighter on your server.
  • We’ve added a hook for WYSIWYG support in a future version of Safari.


iPod user Beware

This is Info to all iPod User that using a iPod may contain Some health risk . According to a study Closureness to an iPod?cause?electrical interference?upto 50% in?pacemaker?due to electromagnetic interference.

The study was conducted at the Thoracic and Cardiovascular Institute at Michigan State University across 100 patients with an average age of 77, all equipped with implanted pacemaker devices. Thakers somewhat worrying results (which only focused on the iPod, and not the effects of other digital portable music players), were presented on Thursday at the annual meeting off the Heart Rhythm Society in Denver, Colorado.

While the test results are worth noting, the study’s senior author, Dr. Krit Jongnarangsin (who is also an assistant professor at the University of Michigan’s Division of Cardiovascular Medicine) conceded that the patient and age demographic generally associated with iPod use doesn’t coincide with the related demographic of those fitted with pacemakers, and therefore actual figures connected to possible misdiagnosis are hard to amass.

“Most pacemaker patients are not iPod users,” said Jongnarangsin in a Reuters report. “This needs to be studied more.”


Microsoft Critical Update

Following are the?Vulnerabilities?for?which?updates?have?been?done

Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Excel Could Allow Remote Code Execution (934233)?

Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Word Could Allow Remote Code Execution (934232)

Vulnerability in Microsoft Office Could Allow Remote Code Execution (934873)?

Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange Could Allow Remote Code Execution (931832)?

Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer (931768)

Vulnerability in CAPICOM Could Allow Remote Code Execution (931906)

Vulnerability in RPC on Windows DNS Server Could Allow Remote Code Execution (935966)