Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Microsoft's 3-D Strategy

"Microsoft has joined the wave of companies betting that 3-D is the next big thing for computing. At a recent talk at MIT, chief research and strategy officer Craig Mundie said he sees the technology as an innovation that "will get people out of treating a computer as a tool" and into treating the device as a natural extension of how they interact with the world around them. Microsoft plans to introduce consumers to the change through its gaming products, but Mundie outlined a vision that would eventually have people shopping and searching in 3-D as well."

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Facebook unveils 'groups' feature and user controls

"Facebook has introduced a raft of features aimed at giving users more control over their personal data.
A groups feature will allow users to specify circles of friends with whom they want to share different data.
For the first time, users will also be able to download all the data they have uploaded onto the site. "

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Lawyers to continue piracy fight

"A London law firm has pledged to continue to target file sharers, despite controversy surrounding the acquisition and care of users' data."

Friday, October 1, 2010

UK faces EU case over online privacy

"The European commission is taking the UK government to court for breaching European Union laws on internet privacy.

The court action follows complaints made by broadband users to the UK Information Commissioner relating to the secret use of Phorm activity-tracking software monitoring users' online habits, an experiment BT dropped in 2009 after tests in 2006 and 2007."

it worths take a look at this one..

Thursday, September 30, 2010

Meanwhile in Antarctica...


take a look at this news:
Google Street View: No more privacy for penguins as Antarctica gets mapped
yeah.. not even the penguins in Antarctica have privacy.. what about us ?
Do you think that Google is doing a great use of our personal informations to enhence their services,or they are doing the wrong thing?