Mozilla’s Rewards Program is Expanded to Sites

In the middle of July this year the rewards program Mozilla became more interesting for bugs seekers. The company has to pay a higher amount for those who find fault safety in their programs, especially in Firefox and Thunderbird. This program has received a new update yesterday and began to accept flaws in the Mozilla sites, such as your repository of extensions, official site download Firefox and others. The complete list of sites is available at this link.

 

World Cup Nardoni and iPad Couple were Most Searched Yahoo Brazil in 2010

The Google yesterday released the list of items most sought in Brazil and worldwide. Larissa Riquelme, considered the muse of the World Cup, was the great characters that motivated most of Brazilian research in service search. But what about Yahoo? Without any fanfare, the main competitor Google released last week its list of most wanted in Brazil.

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WikiLeaks Editor Surrenders to Police But the Site Does Not Cease to Operate

The arrest of Julian Assange was imminent. The chief editor of the site WikiLeaks faces nonconsensual sex charges in Sweden and this has caused an arrest warrant was issued in the UK, which put the London police ready to go after him. That was not necessary, since this morning Assange surrendered. Despite the arrest, the team that manages the WikiLeaks website ensures you will not stop working. According to his official account on Twitter, via WikiLeaks release more confidential documents today.

Hong Kong Has the Connection More Over the World

A survey organized by the company analysis of market Point Topic shows that happy inhabitants of the island-state of Hong Kong are proportionally pay out smaller amounts per Mbps hired in their internet plans. On the other side of the spectrum, the Peruvians are the ones who have to open the pocket for a simple plan broadband. Continue reading Hong Kong Has the Connection More Over the World

View the Attacks of Rio de Janeiro on Google Maps

Anyone who watched a news program, called the radio news, newspaper bought or entered a news site already know: the Rio de Janeiro faces a wave of violence. Are attacks on all sides, whether in the Carioca elite or suburban neighborhoods – although pray the legend that this spotlight all on the subject is due to the attacks on the South Zone. Continue reading View the Attacks of Rio de Janeiro on Google Maps

Twitter Goes Through Hard Times

The time now is 20:45 Thursday. For more than half an hour that Twitter is facing problems in view of new updates. We did the test in the writing of TB: when trying to send new tweet, we received the message that something was technically wrong.”Please try again in a few moments.” However, seconds after receiving this message, the update was successfully published. Continue reading Twitter Goes Through Hard Times