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Structural consequences of nanolithography

(PhysOrg.com) -- Users from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Center for Nanophase Materials Science, working with the X-Ray Microscopy Group, have discovered structural effects accompanying the nanoscale lithography of ferroelectric polarization domains.

By |August 11th, 2011|Recent Domain News|Comments Off

Spearheaded By Meebo, XAuth Looks To Make Social Sites Smarter

If you've ever tried using one of the many sharing widgets available on the web, you know that there are a lot of web services out there that support sharing. That presents a challenge for publishers, who often wind up showing widgets for the big players like Facebook and Twitter, while neglecting the smaller services their users may be members of. Now Meebo, in tandem with a roster of partners ...

By |April 19th, 2010|Recent Domain News|0 Comments

Warning: .sg websites get red-flagged (The Malaysian Insider)

SINGAPORE, Jan 5 — Singapore websites are becoming increasingly risky to visit because they expose their users to virus attacks and malicious software. A global study on the security of 104 web domains by online security software firm McAfee ranked Singapore sites as 10th worst in the world last year.

By |January 4th, 2010|Recent Domain News|0 Comments

.sg websites are risky (Straits Times)

SINGAPORE websites are becoming increasingly risky to visit because they expose their users to virus attacks and malicious software. A global study on the security of 104 web domains by online security software firm McAfee ranked Singapore sites as 10th worst in the world last year.

By |January 4th, 2010|Recent Domain News|0 Comments

Red Alert for .sg websites (Straits Times)

SINGAPORE websites are becoming increasingly risky to visit because they expose their users to virus attacks and malicious software.

By |January 4th, 2010|Recent Domain News|0 Comments

Facebook, MySpace coding errors compromised users’ data (InfoWorld)

Social-networking sites MySpace and Facebook have apparently fixed coding errors that could have allowed an attacker access to all of their users' data and photos. The simple coding errors are alarming considering the extent to which social networks have gone to reassure their users that their data will be safe. The problem involved the way those sites handle requests for data from other domains ...

By |November 5th, 2009|Recent Domain News|0 Comments