Lenovo Vibe S1 : Stunning design for mid-range price of Rs 15,999

Great phone in this price range..but some features are missing .like fingerprint scanner,huge battery,micro sd seperate slot,fast charging etc etc.. All these features are available on the lenovo vibe p1,which also equips a5.5 full hd dispaly at the price of 15999 .

More Shopping detail :
Lenovo vibe (White)
Lenovo Vibe (Dark blue)
World’s 1st Dual Selfie Cameras

8MP F2.2 camera with BSI sensor gives you crisp image quality and works together with 2MP camera to analyze depth of field to give you unprecedented creative options.

Perfect Selfies Every Time

Instant Beautification
  • Convenient beauty slider so you always look your best
  • Great for sharing on social media 

    Lenovo Vibe S1 Mobile Phone Information

    Colour Name:             Dark Blue/White

    Technical Details

    OS Android
    Item Weight 132 g
    Product Dimensions 14.3 x 0.8 x 7.1 cm
    Item model number Vibe S1
    Wireless communication technologies Bluetooth, WiFi Hotspot
    Connectivity technologies GSM, (850/900/1800/1900 MHz), 3G, WCDMA, (850/900/1900/2100 MHz), GPRS, EDGE, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
    Special features Video Calls, Dual SIM, GPS, Music Player, Video Player, FM Radio, Gravity sensor, Proximity sensor, Light sensor, E-mail
    Form factor Touchscreen Phone
    Weight 130 Grams
    Colour Dark Blue
    Whats in the box Handset, Charger, USB Cable, Headset, Safety Leaflet, User Manual and Warranty Card

This is what open source power : World first $9 Computer Chip

A crowdfunded project to bring to market a $9 computer has blown past its initial goal of $50,000 to raise over $500,000 in a few days.

C.H.I.P. is a computer for students, teachers, grandparents, children, artists, makers, hackers, and inventors. Everyone really. C.H.I.P. is a great way to add a computer to your life and the perfect way to power your computer based projects.





At the heart of the C.H.I.P. is a 1GHz Allwinner SoC, with a built-in Mali400 GPU that is compatible with OpenGLES and OpenVG. Backing that up is 512MB of DDR3 RAM and 4GB of flash storage.

On the output front it features a single USB port, a micro USB that supports OTG, a composite video output (with options for VGA and HDMI via an adapter), headphones output and microphone input.

C.H.I.P. also supports 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0, so it’s also a capable wireless device.

This hardware is powerful enough to power LibreOffice, the Chromium browser, and a whole host of games and programs to teach programming. There are options for an external battery, a 4.3-inch touchscreen, and a plastic shell to compliment the C.H.I.P.


C.H.I.P. comes preinstalled with dozens of useful applications, tools and amazing games. Beyond those, C.H.I.P. can run THOUSANDS of free applications from the open source community



Sometimes they don’t pan out, but if you want a tiny computer that looks good next to a banana, $9 isn’t too much money to risk.



As technology continues to get smaller & cheaper, even more people will learn to code & hack together their ideas. And at this rate, even a $9 computer may soon seem overpriced.

 Courtesy : Chip , Kickstarter

Yes , We are Alive

Hello Friends ,

Yes, Cyberfruits went away for an extended holiday to come up . Yes, we went with the full intention researching and learning a hundred things to make blog ‘better’.





Our goal, as a technology writer, would be to discover what the internet had done to us over the years. To understand the internet by studying it “at a distance.” We wouldn’t just become a better human, we would help us all to become better humans.

If you are starting with a smaller readership and your goal is primarily to build that technical audience, you still have to write a mixture of post and trending topics (as with any blog or publication), but I’d learn more towards trending topics. In other words, yes, your longer form post that will get passed around and linked to by other sites for visitors.


So finally ,

Do blogging with a niche that suit your passion. So this encourage you to run blogging with enthusiasm. So the writing does not become a nightmare, but it is a pleasure.




The 30th IFIP International Conference on ICT Systems Security and Privacy Protection (SEC 2015)

Hamburg, Germany, 26-28 May 2015


Paper submission deadline: 22. December 2014

​This conference is the flagship event of the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) Technical Committee 11 on Security and Privacy Protection in Information Processing Systems (TC-11, http://www.ifiptc11.org). Previous SEC conferences were held in Marrakech
(Morroco) 2014, Auckland (New Zealand) 2013, Heraklion (Greece) 2012, Lucerne (Switzerland) 2011, and Brisbane (Australia) 2010. We seek submissions from academia, industry, and government presenting novel research on all theoretical and practical aspects of security and privacy protection in ICT Systems.


– Access control and authentication
– Applied cryptography
– Audit and risk analysis
– Big data security and privacy
– Cloud security and privacy
– Critical infrastructure protection
– Cyber-physical systems security
– Data and applications security
– Digital forensics
– Human aspects of security and privacy
– Identity management
– Information security education
– Information security management
– Information technology mis-use and the law
– Managing information security functions
– Mobile security
– Multilateral security
– Network & distributed systems security
– Pervasive systems security
– Privacy protection
– Surveillance and counter-surveillance
– Trust management


Submitted papers must be original, unpublished, and not submitted to another conference or journal for consideration. Accepted papers will be presented at the conference and included in the conference proceedings published in the IFIP AICT series by Springer Science and Business Media.

All papers must be written in English. Submissions should be at most 14 pages long in total including references and appendices. Authors must follow the Springer LNCS formatting instructions. Each paper will receive at least four reviews. At least one author of each accepted paper must register by the early date indicated on the conference website.


– Deadline for submissions: Dec 22, 2014
– Notification of acceptance: Feb 27, 2015
– Deadline for final version: Mar 13, 2015

Kai Rannenberg (Goethe-Universitaet Frankfurt, DE) Steven Furnell (Plymouth University, UK)

Hannes Federrath (University of Hamburg, DE) Dieter Gollmann (Hamburg University of Technology)

Dominik Herrmann (University of Hamburg, DE)​

​A PDF version of this call is available at http://ifipsec.org/2015/

For more information, please feel free to contact the chairs at sec2015@ifipsec.org or visit http://ifipsec.org/2015/​

$45mn in 10 hours from ATMs steal by hackers

A worldwide gang of criminals stole $45 million in matter of hours by hacking their way into database of prepaid debit cards and then draining cash machines around the globe.
It is worlds biggest ever bank heists.
India in the picture :
they breached computer system of a payment processing firm in India for the con job. The modus operandi included hacking into computer systems of payment processing companies one in the US and another in INDIA to compromise the account details of prepaid card account customers of two banks frm uae & muscat.

Source : news media

OS X Mountain Lion Will Be Released Tomorrow, July 25

According to Apple’s Q3 2012 , OS X Mountain Lion will be released to the public tomorrow, July 25.

Apple CEO Tim Cook wrote: “We’re thrilled with record sales of 17 million iPads in the June quarter. We’ve also just updated the entire MacBook line, will release Mountain Lion tomorrow and will be launching iOS 6 this Fall. We are also really looking forward to the amazing new products we’ve got in the pipeline.”

The latest version of the Mac OS will port a number of key features from the iOS platform to Apple's desktops and laptops, bringing all devices a step closer to unification in terms of user experience. We collect five features from v3 that are set to be included.

1. Twitter integration
The popularity of Twitter has already led to Apple integrating the social networking site into its mobile OS. This will now be extended to Macs and make it quicker and easier to share posts. Users will be able to tweet from native apps such as Safari, Quick Look and Photo Booth and a host of third-party apps are also expected to include this functionality. Anything that removes extra steps is always a good thing.

2. iCloud syncing
Apple has noted that Mountain Lion has been developed with the iCloud in mind and users will find it easier to set up and sync content between devices using their Mac. No details have been given about how this will be made easier.

3. Gatekeeper
With the increased use of apps on Apple desktop OS, the firm is keen to plug any potential security holes. Apple will launch the Gatekeeper app, a security feature that allows users to monitor apps that have been downloaded and installed on a Mac.

Users will be able to install apps from any source if they wish, or lock down their system so that only vetted apps from the Mac App Store will be usable.


4. Messages and Notifications Center
The Messages app will replace the iChat client and enable Mac users to send unlimited messages, photos and videos to any other Mac or iOS device over the net. Messages will also retain support for other popular IM clients including AIM, Jabber, Yahoo Messenger and Google Talk. Lion users can download a beta version of Messages from http://www.apple.com, and give it a test-drive.

Mountain Lion also introduces the Notifications Center to the Mac interface. This dropdown menu will include alerts such as emails and friend requests. It will be interesting to see exactly how this dropdown bar is triggered on Mac devices, though. On the iPhone and iPad it is activated by a swipe of the touch screen. The inclusion of the Notification Center could be an indication that Apple may be planning to add touch screens to its OS X-based devices.
5. Airplay streaming
OS X Mountain Lion will bring AirPlay Mirroring to the Mac platform. Users will be able to securely stream 720p video streams over wireless from a Mac to an HDTV using Apple TV. This will be particularly convenient for users who are using MacBooks and want to view multimedia content on larger screens, and is likely to boost sales of Apple TV.

Mac users can buy an upgrade to the new OS X Mountain Lion from the Mac App Store on Wednesday for $19.99


According to the latest FBI estimates from July 5, approximately 64000 computers in the United States are expected to lose Internet access..

Computers belonging to an estimated 64,000 users in the United States, and an additional 200,000 users outside the United States, are still infected with the malware, despite repeated warnings in the news, e-mail messages sent by ISPs and alerts posted by Google and Facebook.

DNSChanger is a malware (also called Alureon) that redirects internet traffic through rogue DNS servers controlled by criminals, according to the FBI. DNS servers are computer switchboards that direct web traffic.

[ Image ref : techno-lover.com ]

Windows and Mac users are at risk, but those on Linux are not. Users of smartphones and tablets need not worry.

In addition to redirecting the browsers of infected users, the malware also prevents infected machines from downloading operating system and antivirus security updates that could detect the malware and stop it from operating. When an infected user’s machine tries to access a software update page, a pop-up message says the site is currently unavailable.

How to check if your System infected ?

Type dns-ok.us in your browser url tab.

If graphics appear green then your  system safe otherwise if red graphics appear  then system is infected.

DNSChanger Removal Tool :

Hitman Pro (32 bit & 64 bit)     http://www.surfright.nl/en/downloads/

Also , link for McAfee stinger,Microsoft,Norton,Trend,Avira


Lets see DnsChanger lose the web today or not ..

Google Nexus 7 review

Google’s first own-brand tablet device, manufactured for the firm by Asus.

Ahead of our full review, they’re offering our opening impressions of the device and its new version of the Android platform, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.

8GB /16 Gb model available for pre-order

Nexus 7 was built to bring you the best of Google in a slim, portable package that fits perfectly in your hand.

Stunning 7” display : 1280-by-800 high-resolution display protected by scratch resistant Corning glass.

Less charging : 9 hours of HD video playback, 10 hours of web browsing or 10 hours of e-reading and up to 300 hours of stand-by time

Nexus 7 was designed with gaming in mind.  Quad-core performance and sensors like a gyroscope and accelerometer

Built by ASUS and comes with a NVIDIA® Tegra® 3 quad-core processor.

Made for Google Play

the world’s largest collection of eBooks, millions of songs, thousands of movies and TV shows, and a growing selection of magazines – plus over 600,000 apps and games.

Easy import from iTunes.


Nexus 7 we have to say our opening impressions were incredibly positive.

Amazed that Asus and Google have managed to create such an impressive looking device that features quad-core technology and a super crisp high-definition screen

Ref : V3 And Google