A Magellan penguin checks out the recently rescued baby dolphin

A Magellan penguin checks out the recently rescued baby dolphin. Visitors have been lining up to see the newest resident of SOS

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Finally a step forward in Anti Matter theory

Photo released by CERN on Thursday, Nov 18, 2010 shows an image taken by the ALPHA annihilation detector showing untrapped antihydrogen atoms annihilating on the inner surface of the ALPHA trap. The events are concentrated at the electrode radius of about 22.3 mm. Scientists at the world’s biggest physics lab said they have achieved a breakthrough in the hunt for antimatter. An international team of physicist at the European Organization for Nuclear Research near Geneva say they created an entire atom made of antimatter and then for the first time managed to hold onto it.

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How to generate CSR and RSA Private Key for your SSL installation through WHM?

For installing a SSL certificate on your domain first of all  you should meet the minimum requirement of a Dedicated IP address.

If you already have one than no problem but in case you want one than you can get the same from your Hosting Provider.

Step wise procedure for generating CSR and Private Key:

  1. Log In into your WHM panel and click on SSL/TLS icon on the home screen.
  2. Than click on the  Generate a SSL Certificate and Signing Request.
  3. After that you need to fill in the form with all relevant information. This information will be going to be used for your certificate also. Click on create button after completing the form.
  4. After you will get three boxes contain code of your CSR, Self signed SSL and RSA Private Key. Copy the content of CSR and submit it to the issuer of your SSL certificate so that they can generate a certificate for your domain.
  5. Mind it keep your CSR and RSA key in some text file because you will need the same while installing SSL certificate.
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Software giant Microsoft’s new X-BOX 360 motion controller ‘KINECT’ released

Kinect for Xbox 360, or simply Kinect (originally known by the code name Project Natal, is a “controller-free gaming and entertainment experience” by Microsoft for the Xbox 360 video game platform, and may later be supported by PCs via Windows 8. Based around a webcam-style add-on peripheral for the Xbox 360 console, it enables users to control and interact with the Xbox 360 without the need to touch a game controller through a natural user interface using gestures, spoken commands, or presented objects and images. The project is aimed at broadening the Xbox 360’s audience beyond its typical gamer base. Kinect competes with the Wii Remote with Wii MotionPlus and PlayStation Move motion control systems for the Wii and PlayStation 3 home consoles, respectively.

Kinect was launched in North America on November 4, 2010. It will be released in Europe on November 10, 2010; Australia, New Zealand, and Singapore on November 18, 2010;and Japan on November 20, 2010. Purchase options for the sensor peripheral will include a bundle with the game Kinect Adventures and console bundles with either a 4 GB or 250 GB Xbox 360 console and Kinect Adventures.

While Sony’s PlayStation Move uses the PlayStation Eye camera to detect and measure the location of high-tech and spatially-aware handheld controllers, Kinect has no physical controllers to speak of at all.

The idea is that your body is the controller. It’s up to the Kinect games and apps to use the camera and microphone to work out what you’re doing and what you’re saying, and to interpret your commands in the appropriate fashion.

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New Microsoft Office 2011 announced for Apple MAC

At a product launch event in New York Monday, Microsoft gave the media a day-early peek at Mac Office 2011, which went on sale at retail outlets and via Microsoft this morning. Eric Wilfrid, general manager of Microsoft’s Mac business unit, explains how Mac Office 2011 is faster than previous versions, not only in startup, but in the execution of key tasks.

Among the key differences in the new Mac Office over old versions is the appearance for the first time of a Mac version of Outlook, which takes the place of Entourage, which a Microsoft representative said was simply not meeting the needs of users. Also included in Mac Office 2011 are new versions of Word, Excel and Power Point and a new user interface based on the ribbon menu interface first featured in the 2007 edition of Office for Windows.

While the new suite does offer a raft of new Web-enabled features like Office 2010 for Windows, it’s not a clone of its Windows sibling and offers some features that have yet to turn up on the Windows side. For example, in the new Mac Outlook, you can clean up the view of your calendar by assigning categories to appointments and then filtering the view of the calendar by category. For example, by un checking the box for the “Personal” category, all such appointments will temporarily disappear from your calendar.

Office 2011 comes in three different versions: Home and Student and costs $120 (or $150 for a family pack with three licenses). The base package doesn’t include Outlook, which is only available with the Home and Business edition, which retails for $200 (with a “multi-pack” of two licenses available for $280), or with the Academic edition, which costs $100.

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