Thursday, January 27, 2011

Zuckerberg's Facebook page hacked - Tej Kohli Report

Tej Kohli brings an interesting news from the web world. Accroding to recent new Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook fan page got hacked. Tej Kohli brings the entire report.

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg's fan page was hacked on Tuesday, a high profile invasion of privacy on a site that is often on the receiving end of public ire when it comes to the safety of people's private data.

The post that started as “Let the hacking begin” appeared on the Zuckerber's page right under his name. “If Facebook needs money, instead of going to the banks, why doesn't Facebook let its users invest in Facebook in a social way? Why not transform Facebook into a 'social business' the way Nobel Prize winner Muhammad Yunus described it?” the post further said.

There were more than 1800 likes on the message before it was removed from the page. Nobody is available to comment from the Facebook

However, Zuckerberg wasn't the only high profile person to have his Facebook page hacked. A hacker posted a message on French President Nicolas Sarkozy's wall on Sunday that stated the president would not run for re-election.

Sarkozy responded with a post saying no system is infallible.

While Facebook is staying silent on the hack, the company posted a blog entry Wednesday morning titled: "A Continued Commitment to Security." It draws attention to Data Privacy Day Friday. The day is an international effort by governments and businesses to draw attention to personal-data protection issues.

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Thursday, January 6, 2011

Tej Kohli Report - RIM To Launch PlayBook In Sprint this Summer

Tej Kohli IT blog brings a good news for all loyal RIM's Blacberry users, the conglomerate has announced plans to debut the 4G version of its Blackberry PlayBook tablet this summer. Read the entire news below at Tej Kohli IT passion Blog:

The Blackberry makers Research in Motion (RIM) has announced plans to release a 4G version of its Blackberry Playbook Tablet this summer on the Sprint Nextel Network.

According to the reports, the company revealed the plans while expressing massive corporate interest in the device.

"In large companies, they're talking deployment in the tens of thousands, right off the bat," said Jeff McDowell, RIM's senior vice president of enterprise and platform marketing. He said that corporations are seeing the PlayBook as an essential tool to employees, just like a phone or a PC.

Tej Kohli is a gadget lover and is eagerly awaiting the release of this PlayBook, however one thing that he still wonders whether or not it will be the first iPad killer. To find out stay tuned to Tej Kohli blog.

RIM supposedly decided to use Sprint because it has the most “ubiquitous 4G network at this point.” Sprint is at present the third largest wireless network in the US, with only Verizon and AT&T having more subscribers.

All wireless carriers in the U.S are currently vying to become the “fastest” and “Largest'” networks in 4G. AT&T recently delineated expedited plans to deploy 4G LTE technology. Meanwhile, Verizon has begun rolling out its own 4GLTE network.

Consumer Electronic Show showcased the Playbook Tablet where people were able to take hands-on demonstrations of the device. A report stated that the device "performed smoothly as it went through its paces”.

The price of the PlayBook is not yet decided, though the company has claimed that the device would come under $500. The Wi-Fi enabled version will be launched by the first quarter of this year.

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