Sunday, April 3, 2011

Catholic civilization revaluation hackers "positive faith in IT"

ROME - "It is common belief that hackers are saboteurs, if not real criminals. Speaking of ethical hacker can then play even ironic." In an article entitled "Ethical hackers and Christian vision" which appears on the new issue of "Catholic Civilization", the authoritative fortnightly magazine of the Society of Jesus, we try to shed light on the history of hackers, their true identity and their 'philosophy'.

What is a Nokia T7?

In recent weeks several leaks had brought out a device called Nokia T7, apart from being unknown to us, if it were a real product, premiered a new series within the range of the Finnish firm, the T series Some came forward to comment that it would be a name for tablets, taking into account the chosen letter, but today we can confirm that it is mobile, and specifically one that does not look to appear in our market, being targeted at China .

In April, gadgets mil: analysis and weekly specials

Every year, April is the month in which most brands take their products recently introduced at CES or the MWC, and the avalanche of products for analysis is remarkable. So our analysis and special week is especially loaded in this release. You know, you remember them for the palate as they deserve.

Hercules eCAFE, new netbooks with Linux

Hercules has launched two new models of netbooks that are really interesting, first because they have opted for the Linux OS and Freescale chipsets second because they use similar technology to the ARM Cortex A8. The first is the Hercules eCAFE HD Slim features a Freescale processor i. MX515, 512 MB of RAM, 8 GB of internal memory, Wi-Fi, USB 2.0, integrated webcam and a 10.1-inch screen with a resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels able to play 720p HD video.