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Faculty Sections / Re: 5 Ways to Stop Colds From Spreading in Your Family
« on: November 25, 2013, 07:07:54 AM »
Take honey:

If we can make a habit to take honey everyday, we can save ourselves from lot of diseases including cold. 

Faculty Sections / Re: Reading is more than a hobby
« on: November 25, 2013, 07:01:24 AM »
Yes, we need to develop the habit of reading. Beside this we need to be careful about selecting the materials of reading that will help us to become a human being.

Faculty Sections / Re: টিপস: এক গ্লাস পানি।
« on: November 25, 2013, 06:56:32 AM »
Do you know there is a Indian therapy of drinking water. If someone take 1.5 liter water everyday at morning he can save himself from all disease. He will not be needed any medicine. 

So, we need to do exercise carefully not too much to become healthy.

Faculty Sections / Re: 4G smart phone now at low price :)
« on: November 25, 2013, 06:50:23 AM »
Really we don't know how many new thing will come in near future. We can take advantage of all these technology.

I think it will help. Because we learn language by hearing and watching movement. Like a baby learn. So, I think watching English movie will help specially to improve the accent.

Faculty Forum / Apple boss pledges to restart innovation
« on: November 24, 2013, 10:49:00 AM »
Apple’s chief executive has defended the company’s record of innovation since he took over from Steve Jobs, saying he expected it would release “several more game changers” and hinting that wearable computers could be among them.

“It’s an area where it’s ripe for exploration,” Tim Cook said last night at the All Things Digital conference, an annual gathering of technology and media executives in the California coastal resort town of Rancho Palos Verdes. “It’s ripe for us all getting excited about. I think there will be tonnes of companies playing in this.”

Source: Internet (The Times)

Faculty Forum / Steve Jobs: All my work will be obsolete by 2005
« on: November 24, 2013, 10:46:21 AM »
 When he died, acolytes likened him to Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, and even Leonardo da Vinci. But while he lived, Steve Jobs was convinced that his achievements would be quickly forgotten, a newly unearthed interview shows.

“All the work that I have done in my life will be obsolete by the time I’m 50,” he said in a previously unreleased video recorded in 1994, when he was 39. “This is not a field where one paints a painting that will be looked at for centuries, or builds a church that will be admired for centuries.

Source: Internet (Rhys Blakely, The Times)

A spy network believed to have been controlled from China has hacked into classified documents on government and private computers in 103 countries, according to internet researchers. The spy system, dubbed GhostNet, is alleged to have compromised 1,295 machines at Nato and foreign ministries, embassies, banks and news organisations across the world, as well as computers used by the Dalai Lama and Tibetan exiles.

Source: Internet (Mike Harvey, The Times)

 A sleek white superyacht ordered by the Apple co-founder Steve Jobs before he died has been seized in an Amsterdam shipyard in a dispute over an unpaid bill.

The Venus — an £80-million-pound toy that the billionaire computer mogul had built by internationally acclaimed ship designer Phillipe Starck — is sailing nowhere fast after a bailiff entered the shipyard this week.

Lawyers for Mr Starck’s company Ubik say he has been paid just two thirds of the €9 million — £7.3 million — he said he was promised when he took the commission.

Source: Internet (Allan Hall, The Times)

Faculty Forum / Judge caught playing computer games during trial
« on: November 24, 2013, 02:18:44 AM »
 One of the five judges in the trial of Anders Behring Breivik, who killed 77 people in twin attacks in Norway last year, has been caught on camera playing solitaire online during proceedings.

In a video published on the website of newspaper Verdens Gang, one of the three lay judges hearing the case, Ernst Henning Eielsen, can be seen playing the card game on his computer as a Swedish professor testifies to the court.

Source: Internet (The Times)

 Unidentified cyber-attackers have hacked into the heart of Japan’s political, diplomatic and defence establishment, exposing e-mails and secret documents written by MPs, parliamentary officials and diplomats.

Responding to the news, the US Defence Secretary, Leon Panetta, pressed the Japanese Government to share with other governments information on such cyber-attacks, which are assumed by many Japanese to be the work of the Chinese Government or its agents.

“It is the battlefield of the future,” Mr Panetta said on a visit to Tokyo, “and it’s an important area for all countries to work together in order to develop proper security.

Source: Internet (Richard Lloyd Parry, The Times)

Faculty Forum / Chinese steal jet secrets from BAE Systems
« on: November 24, 2013, 02:11:25 AM »
CHINESE spies hacked into computers belonging to BAE Systems, Britain’s biggest defence company, to steal details about the design, performance and electronic systems of the West’s latest fighter jet, senior security figures have disclosed.

The Chinese have exploited vulnerabilities in BAE’s computer defences to steal vast amounts of data on the £200 billion F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF), a multinational project to create a plane that will give the West air supremacy for years to come, according to the sources. The attack has prompted fears that the jet’s radar capabilities could have been compromised.

Details of the attack on BAE have been a closely guarded secret within Britain’s intelligence community since it was first uncovered nearly three years ago. But they were disclosed by a senior BAE executive during a private dinner in London for cyber security experts late last year.

Source: Internet (David Leppard, The Times)

 India’s wealthiest software tycoon has announced plans to produce a £20 tablet computer designed to bring iPad-style technology to the country’s masses.

Wipro, the IT giant founded by the tycoon Azim Premji, said that it was developing a touch-screen PC device that would cost a fraction of the 29,500 rupee (£400) starting cost of an Apple iPad in India.

The tablet, aimed at the nation’s rural poor and schoolchildren, is under development at the company’s Electronic City campus in Bangalore, home to a workforce of 11,000 people. A pilot model should be ready early next year, Wipro said.

Source: Internet (Robin Pagnamenta, The Times)

Faculty Forum / India launches £29 tablet computer
« on: November 24, 2013, 02:05:58 AM »
 It is the nation that produced the world’s cheapest car.

Now India is hoping to do for tablet computing what the Tata Nano set out to do for motoring.

A £29 device which has been dubbed the world’s cheapest tablet computer was unveiled today in Delhi — the cornerstone of a government scheme which ministers claim will help bring the technology into the homes of millions of poor schoolchildren in the country’s villages and urban slums.

The tablet, called Aakash, meaning “sky” in Hindi, will initially be manufactured in a pilot run of 100,000 units.

Source: Internet (Robin Pagnamenta, The Times)

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