Control your PC with your Mobile

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Do you want to control your Windows based PC with your Bluetooth Enabled Mobile Phone?
MobileWitch introduces MobileWitch Remote Control.

This is a free software which enables you to control your PC or Laptop with your mobile wirelessly.

The software, currently supports these functionalities:

  1. Mouse Mode : To control mouse movement of your PC
  2. Keyboard Mode : Used to press keys
    1. Up, Down, Left, Right
    2. Space Bar 
    3. Backspace
  3. Application Mode : Used to control
    1. Windows Explorer
    2. Firefox
    3. Windows Media Player
    4. Internet explorer
    5. Winamp
    6. Powerpoint and folders etc.
  4. Utilities : Used for
    1. sending a run command
    2. Sending  a Message to the computer

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The MW Remote Control requires two installations.
1. Server Installation on PC which is to be controlled.
2. Client Software for Mobile.

The client software for mobile is J2ME installation and operated on JAVA platform. Means, you can use it, if your mobile supports JAVA and has Bluetooth.mwPC
When you install and start the PC server, it with sit in the Task Area and wait for connection until any mobile client connects to it.
Also, the PC side software requires the JAVA environment for its operation.

Download MobileWitch Remote Control Here

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Twitter Hacked Again by Iranian Cyber Army

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Remember the old saying, history repeats itself? This is exactly what is happening to Twitter now a days.

The popular micro blogging site Twitter has been hacked again.

The site was hacked for about an hour starting from 11.30 PM (Thursday, 17th December 2009) IST to 12.30 AM (Friday, 18th December 2009) IST.

Previously, this year only, Twitter’s Google Apps accounts were hacked which exposed the company’s secret information about management, partners and further plans, actions and steps etc.
Even before the company would have survived this embarrassment, this time, a group of Iranian Hackers named “Iranian Cyber Army”  attacked and knock the website down. What happened was, they redirected Twitter to their own page.
This attack was done to show their anger against the Twitter because of activities on Twitter opposing the election protests.
During the period of hack, displayed the following screen:
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Twitter admitted that "our Domain Name Systems' records were temporarily compromised but have now been fixed. The site says it will update with more details once we've investigated more fully."

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Microsoft Sued over Bing!

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A small multimedia design company named Bing! Information Design has sued Microsoft for using Bing! as it’s search engine name.

According to the Simon Law Firm (St. Louis), which is representing the firm, the company has been using the name Bing! since year 2000 and has applications pending to register the trademark, while Microsoft launched Bing! in 2009.

Bing! Information Design claims that that new name of the search engine causes confusion and dilutes the value of its trademark. The company also says that the software giant Microsoft was aware of its trademark rights to the word “Bing”

The lawsuit seeks actual and punitive damages, including having Microsoft pay for corrective advertising to remedy the confusion it caused. And an legal order from the court to prevent Microsoft from using the name “Bing”

Here’s what Microsoft said:
Spokesman for Microsoft, Kevin Kutz, said Microsoft has not received any complaint but was aware of the lawsuit by media reports. According to his statement “We believe this suit to be without merit and we do not believe there is any confusion in the marketplace with regard to the complainant’s offerings and Microsoft’s Bing. We respect trademarks and other people’s intellectual property, and look forward to the next steps in the judicial process.”

Anyhow, Microsoft was later allowed to keep using the word “Bing” during the legal proceedings.

Google Input Method - Now Write in any Indian Language Easily

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Want to write in Hindi, Punjabi, Bengali or any other Indian Language easily?

The Internet Giant Google is now offering Free transliteration software called Google Input. Google calls it the "Google Input Method"

According to Google:
Google Transliteration IME, it is an input method editor which allows users to enter text in one of the supported languages using a roman keyboard. Users can type a word the way it sounds using Latin characters and Google Transliteration IME will convert the word to its native script. Note that this is not the same as translation -- it is the sound of the words that is converted from one alphabet to the other, not their meaning. Converted content will always be in Unicode.

Main features of Google Input Transliteration IME are:

1. Works Offline i.e. No internet connection required to use it.
2. Suggestions for completing the word being typed.
3. Features an onscreen keyboard for the currently selected language.
4. Integrated search option to search the web for the word currently being typed.

Main benefit of the software is that it can be used offline. That is, no internet connection is required to use the software. However, you will need internet connection to download and install the software.

The application is available as different packages for different languages. After installing any language package, you will notice language tab appearing on your task bar. You will have to select the corresponding Language to type in that particular language.

This software lets you type directly in any windows application. While typing, this software will show the suggestions for the word being currently typed, which makes this software extremely easy and comfortable to use. The software also features an onscreen keyboard.

The software use language fonts bundled with the windows. This makes the documents compatible to be moved between any two windows PC without worrying about compatibility.

This software is compatible with windows XP and even the newly launched Windows 7.

Google Transliteration IME is available in 14 languages:
Arabic, Bengali, Farsi (Persian), Greek, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Nepali, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu.

You can download Google Transliteration Packages at:

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