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Windows XP Will Live till July 2015
Microsoft has changed its mind over killing Windows XP entirely this April and announced it will continue providing updates to its security products (antimalware engine and signatures) until middle of July, 2015. Thus, XP will get another year’s life. Back in 2013, Microsoft said it would halt all updates on the same day as the end of support date for Windows XP this spring.
Apple Fined for Allowing Kids Make In-App Purchases
The company will pay over $32 million to consumers in a settlement of a federal complaint about Apple’s practices which allowed kids to make in-app purchases without their parents’ permission.
FCC Won’t Protect Net Neutrality
ISPs may be able to offer faster connections to preferred online portals and even block their rivals, as an American appeals court decided that regulators could no longer enforce the so-called “net neutrality”.
Google Acquired Nest Labs for $3.2 Billion
The tech giant is expanding its presence in consumer homes: Google announced its acquisition of Nest Labs, a connected device company producing smart thermostats and smoke detectors. Apparently, the company wants to enter a new market of app-controlled household devices.
Privacy Outfits Worried about Google New Feature
Privacy groups didn’t like the fact that a new feature in Google Gmail will allow receiving messages from people you haven’t shared your email address with. Recently the company has widened the list of contacts available to Gmail users to include the email addresses of existing contacts and the names of people on the Google+ social network.
Samsung and Apple Ready for Mediation
Mass media revealed that the companies have agreed to attend a mediation session in February before meeting in court in March. Apple and Samsung CEOs have agreed to attend the session with in-house attorneys only, after their legal teams had met in the beginning of January to discuss settlement options. The companies didn’t reveal the details of the meeting, but it looks like they really want to end the silly court actions started by Steve Jobs.
China Lifted Ban on Game Consoles
The country has lifted a 13-year ban on foreign games consoles and home entertainment systems, thus reversing a 2000 decision to ban gaming. Now the government decided, for a trial period, to allow games consoles to be made within Shanghai’s free trade zone and then to be sold within the country, subject to standard local inspections on multimedia products.
Winamp Can Be Saved!
The latest rumour is that Winamp and Shoutcast, the legacy digital music services owed by AOL which were planned to shutter, could be sold instead. Industry observers name Microsoft as a potential buyer, but now it looks like the services are being acquired by Radionomy - an international aggregator of Internet radio stations with its headquarters in Brussels.

Of course, it is just a rumour, but the Radionomy connection was first noticed by Bryon Stout on the Winamp forum and Carsten Knobloch - they noticed that Winamp’s nameservers, but not Shoutcast’s, had been handed over to Radionomy.

Some experts believe that the deal is for both properties and should be finalised soon, though it is unclear when it would be announced.

At the moment, Radionomy has about 6,000 stations, with an emphasis on a DIY platform which you can use to start up a channel. Shoutcast’s 50,000-strong catalogue of radio stations can be a major boost, while Winamp’s media playing software could be helpful to program those radio stations and offer other services.

Industry observers have also pointed out that one of Radionomy’s strategic investors is MusicMatic, known for developing audio and video for malls and other venues that might mean that the two abovementioned products might get more commercial use.
Twitter Used to Track Sharks in Australia
The Department of Fisheries in Western Australia has introduced a new system, in which the sharks will be able to announce their own presence through Twitter. It must be mentioned that more shark attacks occur in Western Australia than almost anywhere else in the world and the country’s government had to spend a fortune on helicopter-based spotters and co-ordinating members of the public to report their own sightings.

Now the high technologies come out of the shadows. The researchers have developed the Shark Monitoring Network: this system will use acoustic tags attached to the fins of individual sharks, along with buoyed monitoring devices that pick up the signals transmitted by those tags. The scheme is easy: when a tagged shark would swim within range of one of the monitors, its species, size and location will be recorded and transmitted via satellite to a PC. Now Twitter’s part comes: the computer will immediately post the information on Twitter, making the shark's location instantly known.

The innovative system uses 19 satellite-linked monitors to keep track of 338 tagged sharks - all kinds of species, including great whites, tigers and bulls. The people’s safety will depend on the sharks being tagged and swimmers checking Twitter before diving, but it is a start. However, this system can’t guarantee to stop a determined shark from eating someone it doesn’t like either.
Erasable Web Could Harm Google
This year, a small application Snapchat managed to put the fear into Google and even government spooks. The app quickly became popular amongst teenagers and college students as it sent messages, pictures and captions which disappear a few seconds after being opened.


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