Monday, September 23, 2013

TTG - Open-Source Python Code

  • Open-Source Python Code Shows Lowest Defect Density and talking about python language and structure.
  • Yahoo Finally Unveils its New Logo
  • Best Buy CEO Dumps Large Stake to Pay for Divorce
  • Google Glass App Store Coming Next Year
  • Apple holding press event on September 10th
  • Users Revolt Over Yahoo Groups Update
  • Kim Dotcom Resigns From Mega To Fight Extradition, Run For Office
  • Xbox One Set To Launch On November 22
  • SUSE’s LibreOffice Core Team Moves To Collabora
  • Android 4.4 Named ‘KitKat’
  • Amazon Finally Bundles Ebooks With Printed Books
  • Intel Launches Core I7-4960X Flagship CPU
  • Yahoo Pulls Out of China
  • Official: Microsoft To Acquire Nokia Devices and Services Business
  • Linux 3.11 Released
  • Kubuntu Announces Commercial Support
  • Lenovo CEO Shares $3 Million Bonus With Workers
  • AT&T Maintains Call Database For the DEA Going Back To 1987
  • Apple Now Relaying All FaceTime Calls Due To Lost Patent Dispute
  • John McCain Played ‘VIP Poker’ During Syria Bombing Hearing
  • ‘Washington Post’ Staff Reacts to Jeff Bezos’ First Visit to Newsroom
  • New Amazon Paperwhite Makes Whites Whiter
  • Amazon Adds Ability to Buy Goods From Within Mobile Apps
  • BlackBerry May Spin Off BBM Into New Company
  • Vulnerability allowed hacker to Delete any Facebook Photo; Rewarded with $12,500 for reporting bug
  • Apple Mac OS X Vulnerability enables Root User to Hackers by resetting the clock
  • CISCO vulnerability allows remote attacker to take control of Windows system
  • New York Times, Twitter and Huffington Post Domains hijacked by Syrian Electronic Army
  • Java 6 vulnerable to zero-day exploit
  • Patched Safari bug being exploited by hackers
  • Parallels Desktop and VMware Fusion updated to support Mavericks, and more
  • Bill Nye the Science Guy to orbit on ‘Dancing With the Stars’
  • CBS, Time Warner Cable reach agreement, end blackout
  • Twitter Preparing For $15 Billion 2014 IPO, Say Sources
  • Kodak emerges from bankruptcy with new focus
  • Microsoft sets out to build $250M data center in Finland
  • Digg arrives on Android
  • ‘Transformers 4′ gets official name: ‘Age of Extinction’ 6-27-14
  • Jurassic Park 4 announced
  • Breaking bad spinoff
  • Google Chrome Turned 5
  • Microsoft Botches More Patches In Latest Automatic Update
  • Linus Responds To RdRand Petition With Scorn
  • Outlook.com Finally Adds IMAP Support
  • What app or website can I store photos for my kids to have when there older?
  • What’s the best security camera?
  • Why does the number lock turn off on every reboot?
  • How do I get rid of the FBI MoneyPack virus?
  • Wake On Lan not working on my laptop?

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

TTG - Microsoft Technet Discontinued

  • Steve Ballmer Leaving Microsoft
  • Microsoft Technet Discontinued
  • Windows Phone Strategies
  • Huffington post taking away anonymous post.
  • Ben Afflack next batman
  • Time correspondent under fire for tweet suggesting Assange be killed in drone strike
  • Kim Kardashian Pops Up With Instagram Co-Founder Kevin Systrom: Picture
  • Beats Wants to End Partnership With HTC
  • Startup Aims to Put Your Next Item of Underwear on Video
  • This Virus Creates Fake Followers on Instagram
  • Facebook Hacker Breaks Into Zuckerberg’s Timeline to Report Bug
  • AOL to Axe Up to 500 Patch Employees
  • A Vine Party for Robert De Niro’s 70th Birthday
  • HBO Releases Unseen ‘Game of Thrones’ Footage
  • Wikileaks Releases A Massive “Insurance” File That No One Can Open
  • Google To Encrypt Cloud Storage Data By Default
  • Netflix Comes To Linux Web Browsers Via ‘Pipelight’
  • PlayStation 4 Will Be Running Modified FreeBSD
  • Amazon Angling For Same-Day Delivery Beyond Groceries
  • Instagram “Likes” Worth More Than Stolen Credit Cards
  • Security Researcher Makes His Point By Hacking Into Zuckerberg’s Facebook Page
  • Google Outage: Internet Traffic Plunges 40%
  • Alexis Ohanian Leaks First Excerpt of His Book on Reddit
  • Conde Nast Begins Outsourcing Subscriptions to Amazon
  • Twitter: No Accounts Compromised in Major Leak
  • Xbox One Will Launch With Battlefield 4 and 22 More Games
  • Barnes & Noble’s Nook Sales Tank 20%, But More Nooks Are Coming
  • Ubuntu Edge May Have Just Set the Crowdfunding Record
  • Amazon.com Is Back Up After Rare Outage
  • Next Amazon Kindle Fire HD Specs May Include 2560 x 1600 Display
  • Twitter Hires Google Exec to Lead Entertainment Ad Sales
  • Groupon Offers a Cut to Publishers Running Ads for Deals
  • PlayStation 4 launches on November 15
  • Problem for Bezos: Mall Becoming Cheaper Than Amazon
  • Apple Buys Transit App Maker Embark
  • A former FedEx employee has gone rogue and started a company that exploits the fine print in a package delivery contract to claim refunds.
  • LinkedIn Redesigns Group Pages
  • Facebook to Provide Free Photos for Businesses to Use in Ads
  • Instagram Comes to Windows Phones
  • Gadget Catches Students Cheating With Their Phones
  • PayPal Testing Face-Verification System for Mobile Payments
  • Nasdaq Halts Trading Because of Technical Glitch
  • Amazon Offers 25% Discount on Kindle Fire
  • Yahoo Gets More U.S. Visitors Than Google for First Time Since 2011
  • Apple iCloud Is Down for Some Users
  • Is there a better way to search in Windows Explorer?
  • How can I set up multiple RSS feeds on my WordPress site?
  • How can I stream from my tablet using Chromecast?
  • How can I replace the LCD screen on my laptop cheap?
  • Can I use my smartphone as a hotspot?
  • How can find what’s taking up my hard drive space?