Google thinks global Internet Security with Project Zero
Google
Google thinks global Internet Security with Project Zero Newly formed team of security researchers wants to root out security issues with popular software, not just Google’s Google is increasing its efforts in Internet security and is looking to hire security researchers for its newly formed Project Zero team. In a …
Keypoint of Intel | Inshort intel
Computer stuff
Today’s basic component of processors is silicon (Si). Nikola Tesla patents electrical logic circuits called “gates”. John Bardeen, Walter Brattain, and William Shockley invented the first transistor at the Bell Laboratories on December 23, 1947and got patent of the first transistor & are awarded the Nobel Prize for work on …
How Computer Starts?
Computer stuff
Powering Up a PC In simple and short “Booting is a process that loads & starts the operating system. The boot process is controlled by the PC’s basic input-output system (BIOS).The BIOS is software stored on a flash memory chip. When the boot loader finishes its task then a control …
What is a PayPal? importance of PayPal
Interenet things
PayPal is Service available all over the world to transfer money. (In simple words) How to handle? You can use directly website or you can download the application available in ‘Google play store’ and in ‘Apple app store’. The idea behind PayPal is simple: Use encryption software to allow people …
What is Kernel?
Computer Science
What Is Kernel? A kernel is a central component of an operating system. It is the part of the operating system that loads first, and it remains in main memory. It also called as Heart of computer OS. It acts as an interface between the user applications and the hardware. …
Hello world..!
Computer Science
“Hello, world!” is the program that is cosidered as first program of exection in every lanagauage.Every programmer started his development through that simple hello code. Let’s begin by writing our first C program that prints the message “Hello, world!” on the display console: Hello, world! Step 1: Write the Source …