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1401: new post   Considering The Energy Consumption Of Server CPUs
"When buying a server, processing power, memory, disk space and price are often the reason to select a specific configuration. But with current energy prices and limitations in data centers on the power usage per server, it is also important to look at the average power usage."
Webmaster HardwareJuly 24, 2010
1402: new post   Dell Warns of Malware on Server Motherboards
"The potential issue involves a small number of PowerEdge server motherboards sent out through service dispatches that may contain malware."
Webmaster HardwareJuly 22, 2010
1403: new post   E.U. Fines Intel $1.45 Billion For Anti-Competitive Practices
"Such a serious and sustained violation of the EU's antitrust rules cannot be tolerated."
Webmaster HardwareMay 13, 2009
1404: new post   Researchers Continue To Find Sensitive Data On Discarded Hard Drives
Webmaster HardwareMay 8, 2009
1405: new post   Instant On Mini PCs May Change the Computer Industry
"Asus announced it will have a ROM boot chip for their ultar portable line of eeePC computer that instantly boots to Linux, bypassing the need to wait for Windows to load. You simply press the on button and you're instantly ready to browse the Internet, no waiting."
Webmaster HardwareJuly 21, 2008
1406: new post   Toshiba To Give Up On HD DVD?
"In fact, Toshiba has not made any announcement or decision. We are currently assessing our business strategies, but nothing has been decided at the moment."
Webmaster HardwareFeb 18, 2008
1407: new post   Microsoft Want A Say In Your PC's Design
"For the past seven months, Microsoft has offered computer manufacturers guidelines on color, shape and other design elements for PCs that will run Windows Vista."
Webmaster HardwareSept 11, 2006
1408: new post   Dell embraces Google
"High Impact Click Here Deal between the search giant and the PC maker gets Google into new territory. It's a strike against Google rival Microsoft."
Webmaster HardwareMay 26, 2006
1409: new post   Blackberry gets Google Local & Google Talk
"...Blackberry mobile email devices will be equipped for instant messaging, local search and maps from Google, Google and Blackberry producer Research In Motion said on Thursday."
Webmaster HardwareJan 12, 2006
1410: new post   Search Engine on a Chip
"...believed to be the industry´s first single-chip algorithmic search engine, has been announced by Cypress Semiconductor."
Webmaster HardwareFeb 28, 2005
1411: new post   Gone Wireless and Problems Ensue
"Since going wirless I have had problems with internet connectivity, downloading files and playing online games."
Webmaster HardwareSept 1, 2004
1412: new post   Psychological Triggers In WebSites
Or maybe I'm just a victim of the psychological triggers..
Webmaster GeneralMar 25, 2001
1413: new post   Internet Outage Problems Caused By BGP (Border Gateway Protocol) Routing Tables Too Large
Yesterday's Net outage may not be the last, thanks to inadequate memory in top level routers.
Webmaster GeneralAug 13, 2014
1414: new post   Net Outage Affecting Many Users Worldwide
According to reports, many, many users indicating lots of sites appear to be down.
Webmaster GeneralAug 12, 2014
1415: new post   OpenSSL Serious Vulnerability Notice; Affects Versions Patched After Heartbleed
With Heartbleed bug still in our minds, there's another serious vulnerability in OpenSSL which needs attention.
Webmaster GeneralJune 6, 2014
1416: new post   Leaked New York Times Digital Strategy Report
An honest assessment of how the NYT struggles to remain popular as they try to transition themselves to better connect with the fast changing online world.
Webmaster GeneralMay 16, 2014
1417: new post   New Vulnerability in OpenSSL Cryptographic Software: Heartbleed Bug
The Heartbleed Bug is a serious vulnerability in the popular OpenSSL cryptographic software library. This weakness allows stealing the information protected, under normal conditions, by the SSL/TLS encryption used to secure the Internet. SSL/TLS provides communication security and privacy over the Internet for applications such as web, email, instant messaging (IM) and some virtual private networks (VPNs).[br][br]The Heartbleed bug allows anyone on the Internet to read the memory of the systems protected by the vulnerable versions of the OpenSSL software.
Webmaster GeneralApr 8, 2014
1418: new post   25-Years of the Web: Inventor's View On What The Web Should Be In The Next 25 Years
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web has spoken out on the Web's 25th anniversary with his views, and calls for a bill of rights.
Webmaster GeneralMar 12, 2014
1419: new post   comScore: December 2013 U.S. Search Engine Rankings
"18.3 billion explicit core searches were conducted in December, with Google Sites ranking first with 12.3 billion"
Webmaster GeneralJan 21, 2014
1420: new post   Top Web Site Annoyances
WebmasterWorld Members remind developers about the most annoying aspects of today's web sites, from pop-ups to pop-unders. What is your site pet hate?
Webmaster GeneralNov 17, 2013
1421: new post   DDoS Attack Slows Internet and May Be The Largest Publicly Known
...DDoS, attacks have reached previously unknown magnitudes, growing to a data stream of 300 billion bits per second...
Webmaster GeneralMar 27, 2013
1422: new post   Most Java-Enabled Browsers Not Up-To-Date and Vulnerable To Java Exploits
Most browser installations use outdated versions of the Java plug-in that are vulnerable to at least one of several exploits currently used in popular Web attack toolkits,...
Webmaster GeneralMar 27, 2013
1423: new post   Linux User Group Files Complaint To E.U. Over Microsoft Windows 8
In its 14-page complaint, Hispalinux said Windows 8 contained an "obstruction mechanism" called UEFI Secure Boot that controls the start-up of the computer and means users must seek keys from Microsoft to install another operating system.
Webmaster GeneralMar 27, 2013
1424: new post   comScore: U.S. Search Share February 2013
Google Sites led the U.S. explicit core search market in February with 67.5 pct
Webmaster GeneralMar 14, 2013
1425: new post   Oracle Fixes Java Vulnerability
"The default security level for Java applets and web start applications has been increased from 'medium' to 'high,"
Webmaster GeneralJan 14, 2013
1426: new post   comScore: U.S. December 2012 Search Engine Shares: Bing Up a Little
Google Sites led the U.S. explicit core search market in December with 66.7 percent market share, followed by Microsoft Sites with 16.3 percent (up 0.1 percentage points)...
Webmaster GeneralJan 14, 2013
1427: new post   U.S. Warning Over Java Vulnerability
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security urged computer users to disable Oracle Corp's Java software, amplifying security experts' prior warnings to hundreds of millions of consumers and businesses that use it to surf the Web.
Webmaster GeneralJan 11, 2013
1428: new post   F.T.C. Releases COPPA Children's Online Privacy Protection Act) Rules Update
The federal government on Wednesday announced a landmark update to child online privacy laws, establishing guidelines that make it harder to track a gadget-obsessed generation with constant access to the Web.
Webmaster GeneralDec 19, 2012
1429: new post   Report:"The State Of The Internet" Shows Shifts From Windows To Apple/Android
Apple drove a wedge into the Wintel monopoly, but it's Google's Android OS that's really eating Microsoft's lunch.[br][br]Since Q4 2010, combined shipments of tablets and smartphones have exceeded the number of PCs shipped, Meeker reports, and that trend shows no sign of reversing.
Webmaster GeneralDec 10, 2012
1430: new post   LinkedIn Launching New Ads API
LinkedIn is launching a new Ads API that will make it easier for social media marketers to manage their LinkedIn campaigns.
Webmaster GeneralNov 29, 2012
1431: new post   Zappos Terms Of Service Ruled Invalid
Amazon owned Zappos "browsewrap" terms of service agreement has been ruled invalid and the retailer may have go to court instead of using arbitration to settle lawsuits
Webmaster GeneralNov 1, 2012
1432: new post   Oracle Offers Free Java Web Framework
The main difference between ADF Essentials and the full product is that developers can download ADF Essentials, and even deploy it on production servers, without paying any license fees.
Webmaster GeneralSept 25, 2012
1433: new post   Wikipedia Starts e-Book Export Capability
You can use it to collate your personal collection of Wikipedia articles and generate free ebooks.
Webmaster GeneralSept 18, 2012
1434: new post   comScore: July 2012 U.S. Search Shares, Google 66.8, Bing To 15.7 pct
"Google Sites led the explicit core search market in July with 66.8 percent of search queries conducted."
Webmaster GeneralAug 20, 2012
1435: new post   Hitwise: July U.S. Search Share Google at 65pct, Bing-Powered Share Up To 28pct
Google accounted for 65.70 percent of all U.S. searches conducted in the four weeks ending July 28, 2012. The combined Bing-powered search comprised 26.95 percent of searches for the month, with Yahoo! Search and Bing receiving 13.83 percent and 13.12 percent, respectively.
Webmaster GeneralAug 13, 2012
1436: new post   Report: Google's Chrome Browser Now At Over 33 pct
"...Chrome's global market share at 33.8 percent, up from 32.8 percent in June and from 22.1 percent in July 2011."
Webmaster GeneralAug 6, 2012
1437: new post   Digg Sold for $500,000
Betaworks is acquiring a website that still has a well known brand...
Webmaster GeneralJuly 12, 2012
1438: new post   comScore: US Search Share, June, Bing Up, Google Up, Yahoo Down
Google and Bing pick up a little bit of share, Yahoo loses a little bit.
Webmaster GeneralJuly 11, 2012
1439: new post   Improving Geolocation Accuracy By IP
WebmasterWorld Members discuss how to improve geolocation accuracy by IP.
Webmaster GeneralJune 30, 2012
1440: new post   MD5 Password Encryption Algorithm Is No Longer Safe, Says Its Author
"I implore everybody to migrate to a stronger password scrambler without undue delay,"
Webmaster GeneralJune 7, 2012
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