SecureZIP Express Software give-away and Contest

Posted by Shailendra Doke | Oct 23, 2008

PKWARE, the inventor of the .zip standard, is giving away a non-commercial use license of SecureZIP Express and the opportunity to win great prizes in the new “Decrypt and Drive” contest! 

With SecureZIP Express you can compress/decompress and encrypt files that you store or send. Compressing files is a great way to save storage space, especially on thumb drives and CD’s, and we all have files we should be securing! The software also includes a digital certificate so you can exchange files securely with others without using passwords. Only the person the file was encrypted for can open it when you use a digital certificate. 

The software is fully licensed for non-commercial use and has no toolbars or spyware! For years, PKWARE has given free .zip software away and wants as many users as possible to receive the benefits of SecureZIP. 

PKWARE is giving away great prizes including a Honda scooter, bicycles, Wii games, gas cards, and more! Visit to play the game daily and/or download the free software. You need to have SecureZIP, and the digital certificate it installs, on the computer you play the game from. 

You can also get SecureZIP Express at 

Good luck!


Hope you win something cool!

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World Map - Popularity of Social Networks around the World

Posted by Shailendra Doke | Oct 22, 2008

The above world map courtesy Oxyweb represents the popularity of various social networks across the world. The data available in this map is more detailed than previous world map, specially for Asia, Europe and African nations. 

Oxyweb has used Alexa traffic data to determine the popularity and use of social networking sites across the world. [via Digital Inspiration]

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Minoru - webcam that delivers 3D Internet Video Chat

Posted by Shailendra Doke | Oct 18, 2008

Minoru is designed to deliver the experience of 3D video chat over the Internet. it is webcam that has two discrete lenses spaced at roughly human eye distance, these two lenses form one image which appears 3D, but it requires red and blue 3D glasses.

Minoru, which means "Reality" in Japanese, can be used with most Instant Messengers. You can also use this webcam for taking 3D photos or even 3D videos. You can upload the videos to YouTube.

To use this webcam you don't need a special platform or software for viewing 3D videos. The Minoru is supposed to be available in December 2008 for less than $100.

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