World’s Youngest Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) Dies

Arfa Karim Randhawa, the world’s youngest Microsoft certified professional has died in a hospital here at the age of 16, her family said on Sunday. Randhawa was admitted to a military hospital in Lahore two weeks ago after she suffered epileptic seizures that caused brain damage on December 22.Doctors pronounced her dead late last night,… Read more World’s Youngest Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) Dies

Steve Ballmer – The Richest Employee

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, who is worth about $14 billion, closes down restaurants to talk to people, has gone paperless, and truly believes that the only difference between Microsoft and Apple in the mobile market is that the iPhone maker made one right decision–choosing ARM chips for its smartphone, rather than Intel’s battery-hogging alternatives. That’s… Read more Steve Ballmer – The Richest Employee

Why a 64-Bit Version of Windows 7 Might Be a Better Choice

For those of you that installed a 32-bit version of Windows, you have my condolences. Otherwise, you really made the right choice based on a number of reasons. I think it’s important in this day and age to run any operating system on the highest possible bit width offered, but there’s a few reasons particular… Read more Why a 64-Bit Version of Windows 7 Might Be a Better Choice

Scumbags!

December 25, 2011 was a Christmas day like no other. While most of you fine folks were enjoying the spirit of the festive season and probably, also waiting for the next juicy post on your favourite blog, Diary of a Geek, some low-life, never-do-well, anti-social, society-reject scumbag, nincompoop, scallywag script kiddie was hacking away at… Read more Scumbags!

Regulator begins service quality probe of ‘Big Three’ GSM operators

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has commenced fresh service quality verification tests offered by the three biggest GSM operators in the country amid the expiration of the November 30 deadline for them to improve service quality or risk a sales ban. Director, Public Affairs, NCC, Tony Ojobo confirmed the commencement of the quality of service… Read more Regulator begins service quality probe of ‘Big Three’ GSM operators

Wi-Fi May Damage Sperm

A team of scientists has suggested that Wi-Fi-connected laptops sited too close to chaps’ gonads could damage their sperm. Argentinian and US boffins collected semen from 29 healthy males, divided each sample into two containers*, then exposed one “to an internet-connected laptop by Wi-Fi for 4 hours”. The second sample “was used as control, incubated… Read more Wi-Fi May Damage Sperm