Free programs from Ashampoo/SuperEasy

Ashampoo Music Studio 5

Do you already know great products  Ashampoo Music Studio 5 and SuperEasy Audio Converter 2? We would like to offer you these sales programs for free (full versions after email registration).   Ashampoo Music Studio 5 – Convert, edit, organize, archive and burn your songs Description: Digitize, organize and archive […]

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Monitor Your Children’s Online Activities and Protect Your Family

Trend Micro announces a new product specifically aimed to protect families from online predators and cyber bullying. Online Guardian allows parents to monitor their children’s online activities, especially on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.

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MOBILedit! Mobile phone control center

MOBILedit! Is ready to connect to various mobile phone platforms, what makes it really universal tool. MOBILedit supports a great number of brands and types, and can handle with devices that are not included in database of supported mobile phones yet!

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Medical History Made Public On Facebook And Twitter

According to a survey of medical schools, patients of the student doctors are running a high risk of having their doctor-patient confidentiality breached. Young doctors-to-be are using Facebook and Twitter, and even blogs and YouTube, to illegally reveal details about their patients’ cases.

The Journal of the American Medical Association discovered that thirteen percent of those surveyed stated that their confidentiality had been violated, and sixty percent claimed that “unprofessional content” had been posted on the Web.

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Is The Bandwidth Limitation In Future A Big Danger To Internet?

The era of free broadband has nearly come to an end

Is the future of digital Disneyland where one plays and work online at risk? The reason of such a question is broadband carriers will not be able to support it. The internet providing lots of things as free will to download has led more and more people going for downloading data in gigabytes at no cost. It is assumed that even if the capacity of broadband infrastructure is doubled or tripled there is no way to avoid abrupt stoppage of work.

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