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Maps in Java Programming

May 25, 2010

The maps are a structure of pairs of key-value, are very useful for the use of structured information, and we will see a couple of simple examples, and one a little more ocmplejo where we can see its functionality and its great advantages . The first thing to understand how they work, ie as retrieving […]

3 Free Software Applications to recover lost data

May 20, 2010

Diskgetor: Diskgetor Application to recover deleted data on your hard disk, eye, does not recover data from broken or corrupt disks, only erased, ie, the application reads the data “unsubscribe” by the indices of the hard drives, so that the files got deleted, can still be readable on the hard disk. data recovery tools: Perhaps […]

Cloud Storage (bits on internet)

March 14, 2010

Dropbox: This is my choice, which I use, I Accerder from phone, and is very comfortable, the desktop application is simple and useful and can be accessed from the Web to your files, password through, makes it both practical and accessible . The free option gives 2 GB of storage Update the changes in “real […]

Mozilla prism the great Mozilla unknown

March 8, 2010

Prism is a tool to have on the desktop, Web pages and applications that have direct access, so as to be accessible from the desktop, with a Simple click. I find it quite handy and I wonder what that is parked in Internet environment, at least from my point of view. The program is a […]

bank fraud (trojans)

March 4, 2010

Article by INTECO (National Institute of Communication Technologies) on bank fraud and stealing passwords of electronic bank accounts and interesting, updated and good to be informed of the topic. Explained in simple language and accessible without technical understand, everything that is hidden behind. In PDF format, and in spanish. troyanos bancarios

Mariposa botnet

March 4, 2010

Mariposa botnet, is the largest network of zombie computers (computers controlled remotely) that has fallen into the history of computer security, for the uninitiated, explain what that is, a lot of computers, in this case 13 million, not I was wrong, they are about 13 million computers have been infected in some way (usually Trojans), […]

7 more open source programs for daily use

March 1, 2010

aMSN: Real time communication with hotmail accounts, yahoo, gmail … An instant messaging program. Thunderbird: The best way of not using Outlook, neck more, if you try, you may stay forever. ClamWin: Antivirus, may not be the best int market but it is open, and that gives a bonus. BitTorrent: With the craze that is […]

7 open source programs for daily use

February 27, 2010

Mozilla Firefox: Mozilla Firefox: Web Browser with all you can expect an immense amount of extensions, which can help you need, it’s fast and reliable, regular updates. GIMP: Graphics Editor, very powerful, and with many capabilities, you can get great results with a little effort. Notepad++: I am, an essential tool, if I install it […]

Free software vs Open Source

February 22, 2010

I would like to make a distinction between the free software, the software that cost nothing, and the open source, sometimes, we can make a wrong definition of a software in this area, because it is may be similar in the execution, when you donwload it and use it, but very diferent in the terms […]

Short URL tools

February 19, 2010

Surfing the Web i found a serie of Webs, where you can short URLs, this may be a little nosense at first view, but thinking about sending sms, o posting in twitter or similars, where the number of characters, could mean to pay more for a text message, or not be able to coment a […]