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FAN THE FIRE Magazine May 2011- PDF to Magazine Share

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The May 2011 issue of FAN THE FIRE Magazine is out now featuring an interview with Achilles, features on uncool music, Dawes and Digitalism, and Death Cab, Tyler The Creator and Foster The People album reviews, Tree Of Life, Transformers: Dark Of The Moon and Brave previews, interviews with The Walking Dead’s Emma Bell and the cast and crew of Attack The Block, Bridesmaids, Pirates OF The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides and Mother’s Day reviews, art by Kilian Eng and Jakob Wagner and style by Danno Watts and She Is Frank, plus much more.
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The Most Awesome Magazine- PDF to Magazine Share

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I bet this is the most awesome magazine I read since 2011, not just among one of the most awesome. And Thanx for the help of aXmags PDF to Magazine service!

Debtfree DIGI Feb 2011- PDF to Magazine Share

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To be fank, I have no idea of the so called debt counselling issue. I was so attracted by the magazine cover. True smiles from a father and his daughter can become such a relieve for me. Maybe I was too busy for my family, maybe I just ignore them…

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Flash Bug Exposes Android to Hackers

Adobe has announced that a flaw in its Flash Player on multiple platforms, including Android, could let hackers take over devices, highlighting ongoing smartphone security concerns.

The vulnerability affects certain versions of Flash Player for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux, as well as Google’s mobile OS, Android.

“This vulnerability could cause a crash and potentially allow an attacker to take control of the affected system,” said Adobe in a security alert.

Adobe said it expects to release a patch for the problem next week. Until then, users are exposed to at least one exploit circulating in the wild, which Adobe describes as a Microsoft Excel document containing Flash code the attacks the vulnerability.

The fact that the same vulnerability has been found on the two most common computing platforms and a leading mobile OS underscores how smartphone users must begin to approach security on their mobile devices in the same way they’re used to doing with desktops and laptops: by installing antivirus software and avoiding suspicious attachments and shady web sites.

Apple’s iPhone, which famously doesn’t support Flash, is immune to the exploit.

Mobile malware infections increased 33 percent from 2009 to 2010, according to security firm AdaptiveMobile. As smartphone usage increases and mobile payment technologies roll out, malware authors will see mobile platforms as ever more tempting targets.

Flash Player is widely used on web sites for playing video and displaying advertisements and moving graphics. The software is heavily targeted by hackers because of its widespread use across multiple platforms. Reports of successful exploits are common.


iPad 2 Price, Release Date and Specs Announced By Apple

In today’s press conference – before revealing the iPad 2 – Jobs revealed that the original iPad sold over 15 million units in just 9 months in 2010, making more that every tablet PC ever sold combined. Wow. And the app store already has over 65,000 iPad-specific apps. But enough stats. Let’s get to the juicy bits about the new iPad 2.

As predicted, the new iPad 2 will feature a svelte new body design (which looks a whole lot like the pics I shared last night), with tapered edges that not only make it thinner, but less likely to slip out of your hands. The new case measures 8.8mm thick compared to 13.4mm on the original. To put that in perspective, it’s thinner than an iPhone 4. It also weighs 1.33 pounds, about 15% less than the original. In addition, the iPad 2 will ship in either black or white bezel designs – which is more than we can say for the iPhone 4

The iPad 2 will also feature both front and rear-facing cameras, with the front camera having a VGA resolution, and the rear camera offering 720p video recording. Of course, the front-facing camera will take full advantage of FaceTime, so you can video conference between iPads, iPhones and Macs. Also included is a portable version of Photo Booth, complete with all the silly, unnecessary effects from the desktop version.

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Autumn Emerging Talent Issue, Feel the warmth right now in cold winter

“The fourth issue of Cellardoor is devoted to the fresh new talent we’ve uncovered. Read our interview with Kat Prescott from Skins as well taking a snoop around some more home and even some yummy autumn recipes.”

In my point of view, it’s a magazine that can warm your heart. You can read it on a lazy sunny afternoon in your sofa. Maybe it’s a little hard to picture a warm autumn right now, I mean in the winter. But it’s good to feel about the warmth from this magazine.

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Freestyle Swim by Kara Joyce, Fantastic Strike!

Kara Lynn Joyce must be the very great swimmer that I loved most. I’ve been practicing freestyle swim for months, Joyce’s video instruction helped me a lot. Her feet kicks and arm stikes are so perfect in pool, you can easily figure out her muscle streak and and basic skill, not to mention the smoothness of swimming.

Anyone want to do the Freestyle Swim, Turn to Joyce!