Archive for June, 2012

  • Life–saving eCall system in all new cars by 2015?

    From 2015, all new cars sold in the EU should be able to dial emergency services when they are involved in a serious accident, say MEPs in a non–binding report jointly adopted by the transport and internal market committees on 19 June. How it works: […]

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  • PE said NO to the Anti-Countefeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA)

    Parliament should say NO to the Anti-Countefeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA), said the International Trade Committee in a vote on 21st June 2012. Nineteen MEPs voted against ACTA, and twelve in favour, with no abstentions. After the vote results were announced David Martin (S and D, […]

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  • Zentyal to offer a Linux alternative to SMB IT infrastructure with support from Canonical

      At June 19th, 2012 Zentyal announced a worldwide, strategic agreement with Canonical to provide an easy-to-use Linux alternative to proprietary IT infrastructure for SMBs. According to the agreement, Zentyal server’s underlying operative system, based on Ubuntu, will be officially supported by Canonical. With this […]

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  • Hacker claims breach of 79 banks, releases customer data

    Only a week after announcing retirement, Reckz0r releases customer data ostensibly culled from bank computers. “I penetrated over 79 large banks, I’ve been targetting these banks since 3 months,” read a tweet from the Twitter account of Reckz0r. “Actually, I didn’t hacked VISA & Mastercard, […]

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  • new Regulation to enable cross-border electronic signatures and to get more value out of electronic identification in Digital Single Market

    The European Commission has proposed new rules to enable cross-border and secure electronic transactions in Europe. The proposed Regulation will ensure people and businesses can use their own national electronic identification schemes (e-IDs) to access public services in other EU countries where e-IDs are available. […]

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  • Implementing 32 E1 Interfaces in One Single Asterisk Server with OpenVox D430 Cards

    It’s always been a big challenge to make large volume concurrent calls or install many telephony interface cards with an asterisk server. OpenVox implemented now new 4 port T1/E1/J1 interface card which supports PCI or PCI-E bus and provides some advanced features such as adjusting […]

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  • OpenVox Introduces 3rd Generation Asterisk-Based Appliance

    May 16th, 2012 OpenVox Communication Co. Ltd, a global leading provider of the most advanced open source Asterisk® telephony hardware and software products, has announced today to release the 3rd generation asterisk-based appliance — IX130 to the open source telephony community. The IX130 comes with […]

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  • GIMP 2.8 – GNU Image Manipulation Program

    GIMP 2.8 is the result of three years of hard work and collaborative development. This version of GIMP is equipped with a wealth of new features, including some highly requested ones (layer groups, on-canvas text editing, advanced brush dynamics and the much desired optional single-window mode). […]

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  • New crisis management measures to avoid future bank bail-outs

    In order to maintain essential financial services for citizens and businesses, governments in EU member states had to have invest public money into banks and issue guarantees. Only between October 2008 and October 2011 – €4.5 trillion but still we got no answer to the […]

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  • World Environment Day on 5 June, 2012

    World Environment Day was established by United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) to mark the opening of the 1972 Stockholm Conference. Today we celebrate the 40th anniversary. WED thematic celebrations have in the past included caring for the earth and water, the ozone layer, climate change, […]

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