Happy Earth Day and keep loving Earth.
Who says world is not beautiful? Here are some of the best Sunsets from around the world.
Awesome Sunset captured from aeroplane
image by: heardbleed.com
Recently a massive vulnerability is found in the (open-source) OpenSSL library. Websites starting with https:// were vulnerable due to this bug named as heartbleed (website dedicated to heartbleed FAQs).
OpenSSL is used to keep information and web secure but vulnerability in it allowed attacker to reveal 64kB of memory and this memory handling bug was there for at least 2 years. OpenSSL vulnerabilities
Windows XP is gone and Microsoft will not provide updates or security patches for it anymore, but still it is 2nd most popular OS according to the comparison on statcounter (with 16.89% of total OS users from around the globe).
Every shortcut on desktop has replaceable icons. You can simply change their icons from the properties, but you cannot change icons of some default (system) shortcuts by this simple technique. There is another way to change icons of such shortcuts and is extremely easy. I am using Windows 7, so I am going to guide you with this (other versions can have slightly different methods).
From official blog post
Nokia 3310 was released in 2000 and was really famous phone at that time, but as technology improved new phones replaced it. According to Nokia's blog post, "125 million were sold."
Twitter has announced new photo tagging feature to make photo sharing more fun. Like Facebook you will be able to upload photos of your friends and tag them, but Twitter will allow you to tag only 10 users. The person tagged in the photo will receive notification.
Mostly promotional email contains lots of images or at least one. So if you are using Gmail's tabbed inbox and you haven't disabled promotions tab then you'll be able to get in the field trial for Gmail.