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WonderFox 2014 Halloween Giveaway Party

While Indians are celebrating Deepawali our readers in other part of the globe are waiting for Halloween. What’s your plan for this Halloween? This October, to welcome the big festival of Halloween, WonderFox started to seed the special Halloween gift for Megaleecher users, valid through November 6. Three products are provided for giveaway in the event period.

WonderFox 2014 Halloween Giveaway Party
  • WonderFox HD Video Converter Factory Pro (October 20th to 27th)
    This HD conversion software helps users convert video from Standard-Definition (SD) to High-Definition (HD) like HD MP4, HD MKV, HD AVI, HD MTS, HD TRP even Ultra HD 4K standard, and it also supports the newest encoders H265 (HEVC) and VP9.
  • WonderFox DVD Ripper Pro (October 25th to October 31st)
    With WonderFox DVD Ripper Pro, you can rip any copy protected DVD to digital video, and transmit it into your portable device like iPhone6, iPhone 6 Plus, Samsung Galaxy Note 4. It lets you backup a DVD to MPG video within 5 minutes.
  • WonderFox DVD Video Converter (October 28th to November 5th)
    WonderFox DVD Video Converter provides one-stop total solution to rip DVD (released by Disney, Paramount, Sony, etc), convert video to nearly all the formats and devices, download online video, edit and play video with excellent performance.

Happy Deepwali And New Year...

Best wishes to all on Indian festival of Deepawali and Hindu Calender New Year.

[Video] Apple iOS 8.1 Review

Apple Introduces New 27'' iMac With 5K Retina Display And iPad Air 2

New Google Nexus Family With Android 5.0 Lollipop Announced

Google has officially unveiled the Android 5.0 Lollipop with a new range of Nexus family devices. The newly announced devices are a 6-inch smartphone named Nexus 6, a media streamer called the Nexus Player, and a 8.9-inch tablet built by HTC Nexus 9 - all powered by the next Google Android OS, the Android 5.0 Lollipop.

Google New Nexus Family With Android 5.0

From Idea to App: The Duration of Software Development

We’ve all done it — in the shower, in the car, even while on break at work. We’ve all had a great idea for an app that would revolutionize how the world works. However, it turns out that software development isn’t as easy as coming up with an idea and doodling pictures of the logo. Software development takes energy, and more significant than that, development of a worthwhile and usable app will take time.

You may be overeager to get your product on devices around the world, but if you want to protect yourself and your potential profits, you need to take software development step by step. Luckily, here’s the guide to help you do that.

Why Your Company Needs a Pentester — And How to Hire One

As news of major data breaches becomes a regular occurrence, more companies are renewing efforts to secure their sensitive data and prevent it from falling into the wrong hands.

Keeping networks and IP addresses safe from prying eyes is no simple task, and cannot be left exclusively to antivirus and intrusion prevention software and firewalls. With attempted attacks on valuable targets taking place dozens, if not hundreds, times per day, the likelihood of at least one of those attacks succeeding increases all the time.

To better protect your valuable data, you have to think like a hacker. Hackers are constantly devising new tricks, new malware, and new ways to worm into your network and wreak havoc. So who better to test your security and identify loopholes than a hacker?

Penetration testing, or pentesting, is not a new concept. It basically gives a hacker full permission to attack your networks and identify loopholes, vulnerabilities, and weaknesses using a number of tools, from commercially available programs to open source software. Unlike other hackers, though, pentesting is done by a so-called “white hat” hacker, who uses his or skills for the benefit of others, not to steal information. Armed with the details of where vulnerabilities exist, IT security can shore up the defenses and reduce the chances of an actual attack occurring.

Read Less to Learn More -- Librum’s Approach to Reading

Like many people, the founders of Librum were faced with a predicament. They were hungry for knowledge and loved reading, but their busy schedules forced the, to put off their desire to learn. So they thought, how can this problem be solved? And so Librum began taking form. They started by getting highly qualified writers to summarize non-fiction books. Books such as “Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking”, “Zero to One: Notes on Startups” and “Disney War”.

If you love reading but find that you often lack the time, then Librum is for you. The Vancouver-based startup is offering a valuable service to eager learners; free access to a library of non-fiction book summaries. Other websites offer a similar service, but none have come out and made it free. Driven by the desire to make learning material available to everyone, Librum presents users with detailed summaries of today’s hottest non-fiction books. They are currently offering free summaries on their website and will be constantly growing their library. In the near future, they will be releasing an iOS and Android application that will allow you to read summaries on the go.

Librum

New Battery Technology Can Reach 70% Charge In 2 Minutes And Last For Over 20 Years

While our electronic gadgets are evolving by the day, a common bottleneck faced is the outdated battery technology. Luckily, quite a few technological researches looks promising for the future battery technology - be it the COTA Wireless charging, the superfast NanoDot Smartphone Charger (Recharges in 30 seconds) or the all new ultra-fast charging batteries that last 20 years from Scientists at Nanyang Technology University (NTU).

The new lithium ion batteries can reach a 70% charge in two minutes and last for over 20 years. The change that did the trick was using titanium dioxide nanotubes for the anode (the negative pole) instead of conventional graphite which speeds up the battery's chemical reactions while offering 10,000 charging cycles instead of the usual 500. Since the mini titanium tubes are both easy to make and relatively inexpensive, the technology should not be far away from consumer usage.

Fast Charger Technology

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