Wednesday, July 14, 2010

China's Military Secret Base Found in Google Maps

This time Google Maps show the ability to find hidden areas so far not known by many people. Recently, the digital maps have just discovered a mysterious area in China. Google Map to find an area of unspoiled wilderness in mainland China. Presumably the region deliberately built by China's military and has not been identified by experts.

One proof that the area was built by China's military, there is an area that is similar to a jet car park which is located at coordinates 40 ° 27'23 .66 North, 93 ° 23'7 .78 East. Cited by PC World, Wednesday (07/14/2010), the image shown by Google Maps it is shaped like a giant white line was located at coordinates 40 ° 27'4 .87 North, 93 ° 44'42 .90 East.

No comment yet from the government of China on Google Maps these findings. Including whether, the military base was built in secret. Earlier in February, Google Map service to find the wreckage of the United States military. In appearance, the location of the tomb of the plane, named The Boneyard This shows a row of planes that have been worn.

Human Heads of Two of Google's Street View

Google Street View controversy just kept going, having been criticized for violating privacy, Google's service is also often soured by the photos displayed. After viewing images of human-headed horse, now Google Street View displays more oddity on the captured image. This time, Google Street View displays photos two-headed man and three-legged.

The photos were taken in the UK. Until now, the picture remains a mystery. Is that a camera error? Google does not explain it. Most likely because the image is Google Street View car taking shots twice. Men 'two-headed' is recognizable as a window cleaner, possibly caused by the effects of the image window so that the man seemed to be two.

This case is no different than a horse-headed human cases found in Aberdeen, Scotland. Photos had a chance to become a phenomenon. Section, a German citizen claimed it had met with a human-headed horse which he only spoke in English. In the UK, Google Street View has reached approximately 99 percent of the roads in the UK or approximately 238,000 miles. However, until now many people who feel disturbed by the presence of Google's camera car.

Hackers at the Bamboo Curtain Affairs Alter Students Grades.

Internet users in China grew rapidly. China's versatility in utilizing the Internet population grew even more cunning. Tragically, they apply in the case of negative or illegal. Hackers at the Bamboo Curtain Affairs claim to change students' grades. The trick, they get into the university's computer system and the certification body before changing students' grades.

An online search engine in China, showing tens of hits on the services of this hacker. Hackers say they can change the value by asking the students benefit. The price offered to more than 10 thousand yuan. The price range of illegal services is dependent on the intended course and university.

In talks over the phone listed in a single site, a person who claimed to have refused to call his identity to help some students. The slogan on the website is "If you're bad in the exam, go to our hacker team." When asked if the value for the subject who failed at the University of International Business and Economics can be changed, he said it was not an issue. Hackers are also very careful and ask for the number of students before the offer price.

According to one hacker, the operation takes between one to five working days and the price for a single change in a single subject about 1,600 yuan. The man admitted his team take care of every detail of information and will sign confidentiality agreements with customers, after successfully breaking into the system and change the value. "Stay as long as an agreement to keep this secret place. If you disclose to others, your score could be a problem," said the hacker.

Freeze All Assets Belonging Facebook

New York City Court issued a decision to freeze all assets of the company who is on Facebook. This followed a demand that posted by someone who claims to have more than 80 percent stake in Facebook. Responding to this, the Facebook take that as a reckless decision. Even the world's largest social networking that will fight for their rights in earnest.

"It seems that this decision really crap. We're obviously going to fight," said a spokesman for Facebook. Earlier, a man from New York, United States, Paul D Ceglia claims that he has approximately 84 percent stake in Facebook. Seeing the success of Facebook now, there is the possibility that this guy just admit it-confess. But, dare Ceglia is accountable for his statement. Even to prove he had the courage to fight in court.

The origin of Wellsville man filed a lawsuit against Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and claims that he has a written contract which proves that he has a big share in the social networking site. Ceglia accusing Zuckerberg had violated the contract that was signed in 2003. Currently, Ceglia was looking for judges who would prove the truth.