Wednesday, 20 July 2011

Two Security Holes Filled In VLC 1.1.11

The renowned reading software has a multimedia update. The program goes into 1.1.11 and fills two security holes opening up the possibility for a malicious file to execute code without the consent of the user. The organization states that VideoLAN AVI and Real are affected by this fix.

Tuesday, 19 July 2011

iPhone application available in Google+

Already available for several weeks on Android, the Google+ social network application  appeared on the AppStore. Owners of iPhone and can download the application free to share their post to their circles. Not very original, five tabs are available: Stream to view its flow, Huddle to discuss the form of a cat Pictures, Profile and Circles to see his circles of friends. The notification system is identical to the version of Android, as a banner at the bottom of the screen.

Thursday, 14 July 2011

Plantbook, a futuristic laptop based plants

Plantbook laptop is a totally revolutionary concept. As the name implies, it was inspired by the plants, mainly bamboo. The biggest feature of this laptop is that it uses water from one hand to charge the battery and the other to produce oxygen. Indeed, Plantbook has at its hinge device retractable cylindrical in shape. The latter is to be inserted into a container of water. According to the designers, the battery of the ultraportable is powered by hydrogen in the water. 

Cord mimicking the shape of a leaf is present at the end of the cylindrical stem. This cord also serves as LED. Outwardly Plantbook has a screen and an ultra-thin keyboard and semi-translucent. Although the concept is striking, it is unlikely that such a laptop is achievable. Pantbook was designed by Seunggi Baek and Kim Hyerim.

iPhone: the first antivirus available on the AppStore

Apple products are known to suffer fewer attacks than other OS. Yet in recent months, many flaws were uncovered, most often used to allow the terminals iOS jailbreak. A publisher has ever since the first virus for iPhone available on the AppStore.

The Mini, a bag that recharges the iPad from the sun

Smartphones, tablets or portable, high-tech gadgets to current successes have in common: a battery that is weak. For the tablet stamped Apple, the case is "in the bag" with Mini L. The Mini is, as it were a bag to recharge the iPad at any time when it is not used. The Mini is a solar bag specially designed to load the slate of the brand to the bitten apple. Compatible with the iPad iPad and 2, this accessory will be of great use to the major users of these two tablets. It was manufactured by the Swiss company Element5.

The iPhone 5

What could we put together the Cupertino company for its future smartphones. After the launch of the iPhone 4, inspired designers already share their vision of the iPhone 5. Demonstrated this concept signed Antoine Brieux.. The French designer NAK Studio, passionate smartphones, unveils its concept iPhone 5G. The smartphone has a smooth, shiny shell obtained by anodization of aluminum.

Plastic Extrusion Basics

We use the by-products of plastic extrusions every day. The toothbrush that you used this morning was created by large plastic extrusion machines. Not to mention the computer, keyboard and mouse you use on a regular basis were all manufactured by the plastic extrusion process. Plastic extrusion is a high volume manufacturing process where raw plastic material is melted and shaped into a continuous profile.

Monday, 4 July 2011

The future TGV will not stop at the station

Despite the evolution of high-speed trains, modern man is still not satisfied with their service. To save even more time with the TGV, made by a designer's concept Moving Platforms. This concept was envisioned by the designer Paul Priestman of the British group Priestmangoode. The designer believes that we "try to use a service of the 21st century with 19th century infrastructure". To revolutionize the high-speed rail, Paul Priestman suggests a system in which high-speed trains no longer stop at the station.

Sunday, 3 July 2011

Google changes its look

The sideline of the launch of Google +; The Mountain View Company has also changed the appearance of its online services. Exit the blue bar. Now the top of pages Google is black. The menu remains the same. Only a toothed wheel replaces the term "parameters". This difference is also found on other Google services. Also note that the Google logo has narrowed slightly. The purpose of this operation is to allow the user to better focus on the search bar and results.

EADS Voltaire, A Electric Aircraft of Tomorrow

Like most forms of transport, the flying machines will also be green in a few years. The concept is illustrated by Voltaire. Voltaire is a conceptual plane ECO2avia created for the project, launched by EADS. This is a 100% electric plane. The area in which Voltaire is used is not yet known but one thing is certain, it is not a business model and it does not carry passengers. The aircraft is equipped with two lithium polymer modified, each supplying a powerful engine.

Saturday, 2 July 2011

Head-Lock, a Helmet that Protects the Rider and Bike

What's more practical than a motorized bicycle to avoid traffic jams without much fatigue? If the bikes have evolved, their accessories shall do the same. The problem for those who choose the bike is that it is carrying around a helmet and a lock security everywhere. A group of four designers propose to do with their simple concept called Head-Lock. Head-Lock is a device that combines the helmet and the safety lock in a single accessory.

Google+ fixes a security hole first

Just launched, Google+ has already met its first technical problems. The social network of the U.S. firm, which aims head on Face book and its 700 million users, is the victim of a security breach which was immediately corrected. This was the feature "re share", which can share its publications over the posted by one of his contacts. This allowed the "republication" of information disseminated through an account yet protected.

Friday, 1 July 2011

A Touch Watch for Blind People

Talking watches are hardly practical when a blind person is in a noisy or quiet in a public place where one should not draw attention. Designer watches, original buff, Jacob Rynkiewicz offers an alternative to these talking watches touch with his wristwatch. Black and white, the watch is flanked by a design that is both simple and modern.