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Posted by on May 13, 2012 in Technology | 0 comments

Microsoft funded company aims to kill Torrents

Microsoft funded company aims to kill Torrents

Russian startup ‘Pirate Pay’ aims to destroy piracy by Torrents by killingthe BitTorrent Traffic. With funding from Microsoft Russia, the developers have developed a system which claims to track and shutdown the distribution of copyrighted works on BitTorrent. They demonstrated the effectiveness of their system on their first project, carried out with collaboration with Walt Disney Studios and Sony Pictures, successfully stopped tens of thousands of downloads of their fim ‘Vysotsky’. Hollywood studios are ready to spend millions on this kind of technology as they claim Billions in revenue are lost each year due to Torrents. Read more on this from torrentfreak after the break,...

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Posted by on Mar 11, 2012 in Robotics | 0 comments

Robotics Developer Studio 4 released by Microsoft as free download, yes it needs windows

Robotics Developer Studio 4 released by Microsoft as free download, yes it needs windows

Developer Studio in working to track the figure realtime using Kinect Microsoft has released the Robotics Developer Studio 4 for download which has been in beta for past few months, now a final version is out for use. It is completely free and is hugely popular with robotics enthusiasts ever since the release of Kinect which enables to track montion real time . Microsoft demo’s the Developer Studio 4 with Kinect based Follow me robot called eddy to do home chores like carrying beverages to the guests by following you !! You can grab the Robotics Developer Studio4 from the links below, Microsoft Robotics source :...

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Posted by on Feb 27, 2012 in Hacking, Infosec | 0 comments

Microsoft India says, Its store hack could have exposed credit card details

Microsoft India says, Its store hack could have exposed credit card details

Microsoft has done a somersault on in its recent hack of its online store in India, saying it might have compromised credit cards of customers in India. When the Microsoft India store was hacked earlier this month, the company emailed its customers to assure them that “databases storing credit card details and payment information were not affected during this compromise”. However, it now that this is incorrect. As Wall Street Journal columnist Amit Agarwal writes on his own blog, a new update from Microsoft, which was sent to its customers today, has rather different news “ Further detailed investigation and review of data provided by the website operator revealed that financial information may have been exposed for some Microsoft Store India customers. source :...

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