According to an article published on The Next Web, Google might launch its own commenting platform like disqus, lifefyre & facebook third-party commenting system.
What The Next Web says:
Google is about to launch a new commenting system that will tie into the search giant’s Google+ platform, web services and web search, a source close to the product’s development confirmed with The Next Web
Tech-WD blogger Saud Al-Hawawi also reported yesterday that several new Google features that have yet to be announced were discussed at the Google event G-Saudi Arabia, including the new commenting platform.
I just hope Google third-party commenting system will have lot of new features. And of course there will be a great competition with other commenting platforms.
In protest against SOPA(Stop Online Piracy Act) , Anonymous group planned to attack the biggest attack on internet. They are going to attack the DNS servers on saturday and we cannot surf any site on saturday.
This Plan is named as “Operation Global Blackout 2012“. They are planning to shut down the internet for the entire world by disabling the internet’s core DNS servers because of which millions of websites will become inaccessible for a period of time on March 31, Saturday
It started after the take down of Megaupload and the hacker group Anonymous was not happy with this. So they started attacking many gov. sites including other sites which supports SOPA
Anonymous issued a statement recently that on Saturday, March 31:
“To protest SOPA, Wallstreet, our irresponsible leaders and the beloved bankers who are starving the world for their own selfish needs out of sheer sadistic fun, on March 31, anonymous will shut the Internet down. Remember, this is a protest, we are not trying to ‘kill’ the Internet we are only temporarily shutting it down where it hurts the most.”
Anonymous have already attacked many big sites such as FBI, Department of Justice, Universal Music Group, RIAA and Motion Picture Association of America.
The group also claimed that the current attacks were “the largest attack ever by Anonymous,” with 5,635 participants.
We are anonymous.
We are Legion.
United as ONE.
Divided by zero.
We do not forgive Censorship.
We do not forget Oppression.
Emergency Number 112
Emergency Number for worldwide Mobile is 112. This works even if you are out of network coverage. If your keypad is locked still you can dial 112.
Disable Mobile Handset if it is stolen
Use your handset’s IMEI number if your phone gets stolen then contact your service provider and give them this code so that they can block your Mobile phone. And this works even if the SIM card is changed.
Note Some of the Mobile HOAX are as follows:
Hidden Battery Power is just a Myth,dialing *3370# on nokia phone doesn’t work.
Using phone for keyless car entry doesn’t work as it works on Radio waves and not sound waves.
You should know your IMEI number as it is the unique serial code of your Handset and its very helpful if your mobile is stolen.
There are 3 ways of finding IMEI number:
1) Remove your Mobile phone’s battery to find the label and there you can find a 15 digit code which is your phone’s IMEI number.
2) Type *#06# in your phone and a 15 digit code will appear on the screen which is your phone’s IMEI number.
3) It can be found on the printed label of your mobile box.