Thursday, May 18, 2017

Remarkable....WannaCry ransomware attack

From Wiki:
The ransomware campaign was unprecedented in scale according to Europol,[10] which estimates that around 200,000 computers were infected across 150 countries. According to Kaspersky Lab, the four most affected countries were Russia, Ukraine, India and Taiwan

Wiki page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WannaCry_ransomware_attack

Saturday, March 19, 2016

South Korea trumpets $860-million AI fund after AlphaGo 'shock'


 South Korean people did take this seriously....

From the news:
Scrambling to respond to the success of Google DeepMind’s world-beating Go program AlphaGo, South Korea announced on 17 March that it would invest $863 million (1 trillion won) in artificial-intelligence (AI) research over the next five years. It is not immediately clear whether the cash represents new funding, or had been previously allocated to AI efforts. But it does include the founding of a high-profile, public–private research centre with participation from several Korean conglomerates, including Samsung, LG Electronics and Hyundai Motor, as well as the technology firm Naver, based near Seoul.

http://www.nature.com/news/south-korea-trumpets-860-million-ai-fund-after-alphago-shock-1.19595

Thursday, July 2, 2015

Linked In user still growing...

Summary

  • Solid and unique business model with an absence of serious competition.
  • Diversified streams of revenue allows LinkedIn to stay strong in adverse times.
  • Revenue increase by approximately 35% year-over-year.
  • Numerous opportunities for expanding their international market.
  • I Know First algorithm is bullish on LinkedIn.
http://seekingalpha.com/article/3297745-linkedin-over-300-million-users-and-still-growing

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Slingbox iPhone App finally show up...but disappointing!

Accroding today's news, SlingMedia finally got approved by Apple iPhone app release. However the $30 price tag and WiFi-only limititation is quite disappointing to users - including me!!

story categoryiPhone SlingBox App Will Be Wi-Fi Only

Saturday, September 29, 2007



Hi everyone,

I wanted to share this site with anyone who still glances at this blog. My older brother put it together and I'm helping him get it out on the web. Drop me a line if you have any suggestions or encounter anything that looks like a bug. If you know of any good free stuff out there (including open source software and free ware please add it.

"Freenormous is a social site oriented solely on the idea of free stuff. It has free samples, free stuff, free after rebate items, etc. The point is voting up legit offers (say an offer for Dove Soap on Dove.com) as opposed to scammy offers. It's a digg clone with a different angle."

http://www.freenormous.com/

Thanks,

E

Sunday, September 16, 2007

Presentation Styles: Gates vs Jobs

Here's a good post on different presentation styles. Nice contrast between Bill Gates and Steve Jobs.

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Worth taking a look.
The overall blog is also a good reference.

Thursday, September 13, 2007

Free iPhone SIM Unlocking Software Available

From Mac Rumors: Original Link

Mac News

The folks over at iPhone Dev Wiki posted a free SIM unlock tool for the iPhone. Similar to the other solutions, this software-only solution should allow you to SIM unlock your iPhone, allowing you to use any GSM cell phone carrier. In the U.S. this limits your alternative choice to T-Mobile (over AT&T), but in other countries, GSM carriers are far more common.

The software is being mirrored (Gizmodo mirror) by a number of locations along with downloadable source code. Tutorials are still being developed but some early instructions have become available. At this time the instructions are not very user-friendly, so casual users may want to wait until a more automated solution is published.

More download links and information has been compiled in this forum thread by ascham87.

A few commercial solutions had previously been made available, ranging from $50-$100 per unlock.