Blogs and Google Bombs: Technology Strikes

Free and fair media is an oxymoron of sorts. However, with the emergence of the Internet as a metamedia, more than ever, we have a chance of democratization of the mainstream media. Recent technological offshoots like blogs, aggregators, webzines, blogzines, the mainstream media cannot ignore dissent completely.

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Gaming: The New Mobile Battleground

The mobile operators space resembles World War III. The only difference being, this battle is virtual, and the games are the weapons. Continue reading the following Techspirited write-up, to know more about the ways of this new battleground.

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Security Features in Windows® XP Professional Edition

Security has been improved in Windows XP to help you have a safe, secure, and private computing experience. The operating system is available in two editions – Home and Professional, and the latter is mostly used for business purposes. The security features of this version are described in the following article.

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Spinach Computing

It takes sunlight eight minutes to reach the surface of a spinach leaf. It takes the leaf five trillionths of a second to begin turning that light into food, switching on the chemical and electrical machinery of photosynthesis.

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Digital Signatures: Online Transactions made Secure

A signature, in a layman's sense, is a mark made with the intention of authenticating a marked document in order to prevent inconsiderate engagements. The signature may not be a part of the substance during a transaction, but it calls for its authentication process.

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How to Speed Up Windows XP

Windows XP, Microsoft’s latest operating system, is very popular due to its vast service options. But many of us think that it is resource hungry, particularly if we are working on older hardware. By tweaking the options, it can be made to work faster.

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