Windows 10 has been banned by several torrent trackers in a strange twist to the P2P file sharing story. This was supposedly done due to the fear that Microsoft’s newest operating scanning the contents of hard drives and deleting all torrents it discovers. Not that Windows 10 is actually capable of doing anything of the sort.
They may no longer be pre-installed since Windows 8, but in the early days of Windows, Microsoft had a crucial reason to include its version of Solitaire, Minesweeper, FreeCell and Hearts. These games which few play today actually served a very important role in helping users get acquainted with an object we are now universally familiar with: the mouse.
When news about it was made public, the idea has received plenty of reactions from all parts of the spectrum. Nevertheless, it seems like “Low Yat 2” is going to be a reality soon and it also seems that its development has been fast tracked as the Minister of Rural and Regional Development, Dato’ Sri Ismail Sabri Yaakob expects that the establishment to be operational in 3 months’ time.
Google lost a small fraction of data store in its Belgian data centre after the building was struck by lightning four times in a row. The facility is equipped with redundant systems that are meant to deal with the possibility of lightning strikes, which shows just how much damage was done.
The Nokia 3310 has a reputation for being nearly indestructible; because of this, one must go to absurd lengths to attempt to destroy the legendary phone. Youtube channel carsandwater understands this, and demonstrates just what happens when a Nokia 3310 meets a red hot ball of nickel.
The internet related political drama thickens as a new video from a group claiming to be Anonymous Malaysia has surfaced. This time, the claim is that Anonymous Malaysia has not threatened the government or Prime Minister Dato Sri Najib Razak; and that there is a copycat group masquerading as the true Anonymous.
Kaspersky Lab is one of the largest cybersecurity firms in the world, and has been responsible for discovering some of the most advanced malware in existence. However, a recent report indicates that the company has been modifying harmless files to look like malware in order to trip up competing products and throw up false positives.
In a rather interesting report earlier today, the Minister of Rural and Regional Development, Dato’ Sri Ismail Sabri Yaakob has suggested that a specific floor at the MARA Building in Kuala Lumpur to be converted as retail and wholesale space for telecommunication products. Interestingly, he nicknamed this floor as “Low Yat 2” which is indeed a referenced to the famed Plaza Low Yat in Bukit Bintang.