The Iranian government is reportedly reopening access to Gmail agter taking flak for its decision to block Google’s email service. Even members of parliament have complained about the Gmail block. A member of parliament was quoted in Iranian media saying that the minister of telecommunications would be summoned for questioning if the Gmail ban wasn’t lifted. Even so, officials in Tehran have doubled down on their plans to create an Iranian intranet to supplant the normal, vice-filled free-for-all enjoyed in the West.
I was watching “The Daily Show” the other night and Jon Stewart walked through the failures of the Obama administration, concluding that anyone who did this badly couldn’t be reelected if not for the Democrats’ secret weapon. He then showed Mitt Romney as that secret weapon, along with a number of troubling clips about the impressive number of mistakes Romney is making. I was coincidentally working on a series of articles on reputation management and reviewing a number of cases in which the Internet — and specifically, Google — was used to do massive damage.
A week-long cyber attack on some of the nation’s largest banks last week most likely wasn’t the Armageddon headline writers made it out to be. “It’s ridiculous to consider an attack that takes your website offline for a few hours the world’s worst nightmare scenario,” said Jeffrey Carr, CEO of Taia Global and author of Inside Cyber Warfare: Mapping the Cyber Underworld. The cyber attacks on the banks started Sept. 19 and ran through most of last week.
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Well it’s been another tempestuous week here in the Linux blogosphere, rounding out a month that never ran short on controversy, to put it mildly. The topic du jour this time? None other than Canonical’s decision to integrate Amazon results into searches done through the Dash on Ubuntu’s Unity desktop. In fact, the rowdy Slashdot masses had to get riled up not just once but twice — the second following Mark Shuttleworth’s calm explanation — before Canonical finally announced a kill switch.
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The most challenging thing about the iPhone 5 is how it feels in your hand — it’s light. Sure, it’s just 20 percent lighter than the iPhone 4S, but it’s also smaller and bigger at the same time — 18 percent thinner with 12 percent less overall volume, despite having a longer screen. All of this comes together in a look and feel that starts off feeling like something alien yet it looks familiar. Apple’s best products beg to be held, to be touched, and the iPhone 5 is no different.
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The Federal Trade Commission is working on an update of the rules governing the online collection of personal information, which have remained pretty much the same since 1998. The changes to the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, however, are likely to do as much to invade children’s privacy as to protect it. The proposed changes have been debated since 2009. The ongoing debate led the FTC in August to extend the deadline for comments to Sept. 24. That drew a fresh spate of comments from advocates earlier this week.
Samsung on Thursday emailed out a teaser that sparked frenzied speculation about its being a harbinger for the launch of the company’s Galaxy Note II phablet. The email is titled “The Next Big Thing Is Here,” and carries an edge-on lengthwise shot of what appears to be a Samsung Galaxy Note, with the tip of the S pen sticking out from the top. Recipients are urged to save the date, October 24, at 7 pm, and New York City is given as the venue. A formal invitation is to follow. “I can confirm that Samsung is holding a press event on Oct. 24 at 7 pm in New York,” Samsung Mobile spokesperson Makenzie Blythe told TechNewsWorld.
She took her nightgown in hand and slipped it over her head. As he rounded the corner, she came the other way and they 142 Immortal Promise: A Vampire Love Story nearly collided.
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More viewers are using their TV screens to watch downloaded or streamed video content instead of the tinier screens on their laptops, tablets or smartphones, according to new research from NPD Group. The report found that over the past year, consumers using their TV as the primary screen when watching downloaded or streaming digital content jumped from 33 to 45 percent. That media content includes YouTube videos, streamed TV shows from Hulu, or movies they bought from iTunes or other services.
A number of European languages could eventually vanish from the Internet, suggests a new study conducted by European nonprofit META-NET. Languages such as Icelandic, Latvian and Lithuanian don’t have enough speakers to gain traction as popular languages on the Web. The report goes so far as to say that German, Italian, Spanish and French could be at risk, too, because of a dearth of resources to power translation tools, speech-to-text technology and voice-controlled devices.
Google is reported to be working on a standalone map app for iOS, about three months after Apple replaced the original Google map app in iOS with its own product, for iOS 6. The news comes as Apple is plagued by almost daily reports of problems with its own mapping app. Whether Apple will approve a standalone Google Maps app for inclusion in its iTunes App Store remains to be seen. “They don’t want to lose all the iOS users in terms of understanding what they’re doing and how they’re doing it,” Maribel Lopez, principal analyst at Lopez Research, told MacNewsWorld.