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In India physicians entered to children the wrong vaccine

In India doctors mistakenly entered to children the wrong vaccine. Not less than 67 people were hospitalized. About it report local mass media. Incident happened in the city of Arambag. According to mass media, physicians carried out vaccination against hepatitis B instead of poliomyelitis. Victims – children under five years. The mistake of doctors was […]

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USA close embassies in several countries because of Al-Qaeda threats

The US State department connects increase of terrorist threats at the end of this week with the holiday termination Ramadan and first anniversary of act of terrorism in Benghazi. WASHINGTON, on July 2, 2013. Terrorist threats of Al-Qaeda induced State department of the United States to close embassies in the key Middle Eastern countries, including […]

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Digital Door Viewer From Cannon Security Products

The Digital Door Viewer from Cannon Security Products is a new appliance that provides an instant security upgrade over the traditional peepholes found in most doors. With a built-in peephole camera, the Digital Door Viewer allows the user to discreetly identify who is at the door and can be programmed to take photos or video, […]

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Global warming not causing extreme weather

In a Senate hearing Thursday, environmental scientist Roger Pielke of the University of Colorado said it’s “incorrect” to claim that global warming is spurring more extreme weather disasters. “It is misleading and just plain incorrect to claim that disasters associated with hurricanes, tornadoes, floods or droughts have increased on climate timescales either in the United […]

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It’s tough to trace hackers, says internet security expert

As the Hong Kong government asks the US to clarify Edward Snowden’s claims of hacking in the city, an internet security expert says it’s tough to trace when hackers attack, where they operate from and what information they steal. “Logins would be completely erased by hackers after they get what they want,” said Matthew Wong […]

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Kaspersky Lab patented technology of recovery of the password

Kaspersky Lab issued patent for advanced technology of recovery of the password and keys of enciphering of data on mobile devices which almost completely excludes possibility of extraction of the classified information. MOSCOW, 19 Jul 2013. Though the patent is taken out only recently, the technology is already available in the protective decision to mobile […]

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14 thousand military personnel will ensure safety of the Pope in Brazil

During visit of the pontiff are expected protest demonstrations against social and economic policy of the authorities. Brazilian soldiers will protect Pope Francis in its time of visit to the South American country. General José Abreu, the member of command reported about it at a press conference at Rio-de-Janeiro . Over six thousand police officers […]

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iPhone 5S Release Allegedly Plagued by Fingerprint Scanner Issues

The iPhone 5S release is expected to arrive sometime between now and the fall, but according to a new report from DigiTimes, component issues could mean the number of new handsets available will be extremely limited at launch. The tech site claims that slower-than-expected production of fingerprint-recognition chips and LCD drivers will delay the shipment […]

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Cryptomathic provides the protected issue of payment

The advanced decision support MasterCard Mobile PayPass and conforms to Visa Mobile requirements. In reply to a growing demand for mobile payments, the expert in the field of electronic safety of Cryptomathic improved CardInk, the flagman solution of EMV allowing clients to emit (issue) payment appendices for smartphones and other mobile devices. Use of the […]

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