Wednesday, May 28, 2008

International Hacking Competition

Hey, there is a competition about hacking, I just know today. If you feel that you really a hacker, join this competition. The competition will be hold in Malaysia. Here is the link

Thursday, May 22, 2008

Here is the list of 2007 dream gadget base on Gadget Magazine:

1. Best 3G-HSDPA Phone: Nokia E90
2. Best Camera Phone 3-5 MP: Nokia N95
3. Best Music Phone: Sony Ericsson W910i
4. Best Fashion Phone: LG KE 850 Prada
5. Best PDA Phone: DOPOD U1000
6. Best TV Phone: Hitech H39
7. Best Dual Mode Phone: Samsung SCH-W579
8. Best CDMA Phone: Nokia 7088
9. Best High Definition Camcorder: Sony Handycam HDR-SR5
10. Best HDD Camcorder: JVC GZ-HD3GA
11. Best Compaq Digital Camera: Kodak EasyShare M873
12. Best Underwater Camera: Olympus MJU 790 SW
13. Best Digital Single Lens Reflex: Canon EOS 40D
14. Best mini Home Theater: LG Champagne
15. Best High Definiton DVD Player: Pioneer DVR-550H-S
16. Best Blu-Ray Player: Samsung BDP-1400
17. Best Plasma TV: Panasonic TH-42PV7HS
18. Best LCD TV: Samsung F8
19. Best Design LCD Monitor: LG L1900R
20. Best Design Notebook: Sony Vaio VGN-CR23G-B
21. Best Tablet PC: Flybook V5
22. Best Local Brand Notebook: Axioo TSR12
23. Best Graphic LCD Monitor: Benq FP93VW19
24. Best Projector: InFocus In82
25. The Best MP3: Ipod Suffle
26. Best MPEG-4: Archos 704 Wi-Fi

Monday, May 19, 2008

Firefox 3 Release Candidate 1 is out

At long last, Mozilla Firefox 3 is out of the oven. It's not ready for eating just quite yet, but after years spent tweaking to get the recipe just right, the open-source browser is finalized and fully-baked. It's now sitting on the windowsill, cooling off.

Firefox 3 Release Candidate 1 is here. The release candidate stage is the stage right between beta and final release, and it's the last chance for developers to test their code against the browser before it's push out into the world full-force. It's also the stage at which add-on developers can update their browser extensions without worrying about further code changes.

So if you've been holding off downloading FF3 because you're waiting for your favorite extension or you're nervous about running unstable software, you may want to wait a couple more weeks -- the final browser is expected in June. But for the rest of us, it's stable enough to use every day. So was the beta 5 release, which we've been using full-time for the last month or two, but this RC1 release has several improvements.

The Mozilla team has made changes to Firefox 3's user interface on Vista, XP, Mac OS X and Linux, all based on user feedback. They've also fine-tuned some of the behaviors in the location bar (also known as the "Awesome bar," the awesomeness which is sure to be a source of debate). Page rendering has been evened out across the various platforms, and some tweaks have been made to the JavaScript engine to improve the performance of script-heavy webapps like Gmail. Mike Beltzner of Mozilla writes about these and other improvements in the release announcement.

The curious can download Firefox 3 RC1 from Mozilla's website and test it out. Be sure to let us know what you think in the comments.
(Article source from Michael Calore)

You can download the Firefox 3 RC1 in here