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Aspose.Email for Java 4.0.0

Freshmeat - Mon, 2014-04-28 03:15
Aspose.Email for Java is a Java component for reading and writing Microsoft Outlook MSG files without using Outlook. It can create and update MSG files, and retrieve properties such as subject, body, recipients, attachments, sender information, MAPI properties. It can be used with Web or desktop applications.

Release Notes: This release further enhances the MapiTask properties by providing support for adding reminder information to the created task. This includes setting reminder time for the task, specifying the audible file name that is played as a reminder, and reading reminder information from a MapiTask. Aspose.Email provides vast variety of operations when it comes to work with PST files. It introduces a new feature of adding files to a PST folder in addition to the above mentioned Outlook items. Bugfixes related to message encoding, message attachments, message conversions to other formats, and PST.

Release Tags: add files to a PST, add reminder info to outlook task, email message encoding, improved EML to XPS, EML to MHTML is enhanced, Java email message attachments, java outlook message conversions, create Outlook Task, saving & updating an Outlook Task

Tags: Outlook Message files

Licenses: Proprietary

Categories: open source

Facebook preps ad network to TARGET YOU WHERE YOU LIVE

The Register - Mon, 2014-04-28 03:04
Location-based assault is go...

Competition for mobile advertising dollars is set to intensify as Facebook joins Google, Apple and Twitter by launching a mobile ad network that generates revenue when users access apps outside its domain.…

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Rohingya health crisis in west Myanmar after aid groups forced out

Reuters: Technology - Mon, 2014-04-28 02:43
KYEIN NI PYIN CAMP, Myanmar (Reuters) - As three-month-old Asoma Khatu approached her final, labored breaths, her neighbor Elia, a 50-year-old former farmer, dug through the strongbox holding some of the last medicines in this camp for Myanmar's displaced Rohingya.






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Press release scam pelts poor PRs with volley of UNTRUE invoices

The Register - Mon, 2014-04-28 02:27
OMG! WHO would spray out demands for stuff they just didn't deserve?

Fraudsters are targeting PR agencies that make use of newswires though a sneaky false invoicing scam.…

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Exclusive: War-ravaged Syria may face worst wheat harvest in 40 years

Reuters: Technology - Mon, 2014-04-28 02:26
AMMAN/ABU DHABI (Reuters) - War and drought have crippled Syria's wheat crop, with some experts now forecasting output of the staple food could fall to around a third of pre-war levels, and possibly even below 1 million metric tons ( 1 metric ton = 1.1023 tons) for the first time in 40 years.
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Debian: 2915-1: dpkg: Summary

LinuxSecurity.com - Mon, 2014-04-28 02:14
LinuxSecurity.com: Security Report Summary
Categories: linux, news, security

Nigeria: surging bloodshed strains 'marriage of irreconcilables'

Reuters: Technology - Mon, 2014-04-28 02:13
UNGWAN GATA/ABUJA Nigeria (Reuters) - When Fulani raiders carrying rifles, machetes and clubs stormed his village one night last month, Pius Nna was stunned to see his teenage nephew among them.
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Bankers don't just blow cash on bonuses, they also spaff ££££s on IT

The Register - Mon, 2014-04-28 02:01
This lovingly crafted USB mouse, sir? Shall we say £50?

The banking industry - on average - coughed the highest margins for technology in 2013, doubtless indicating that champagne-guzzling fatcats drunk on bonuses were the ones in charge of purchasing.…

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China party mouthpiece says no Internet freedom without order, as U.S. TV shows pulled

Reuters: Technology - Mon, 2014-04-28 01:53
BEIJING (Reuters) - There can be no Internet freedom without order, China's top Communist Party newspaper said on Monday after several U.S. television shows were pulled from Chinese video sites, the latest signs of Beijing's tightening grip on online content.






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Thai opposition leader meets military head as crisis deepens

Reuters: Technology - Mon, 2014-04-28 01:48
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thai opposition leader Abhisit Vejjajiva met the head of the armed forces on Monday to discuss ways to avert a potential showdown between political groups next month that threatens more violence and further economic damage in a six-month crisis.
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Search for missing Malaysia plane enters new phase

Reuters: Technology - Mon, 2014-04-28 01:39
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The chance of finding floating debris from a missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner has become highly unlikely, and a new phase of the search will focus on a far larger area of the Indian Ocean floor, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said on Monday.






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Startup CEO Chahal fired for domestic violence incident

The Register - Mon, 2014-04-28 01:33
Accuses detractors of Mozilla-style trial-by-tweet

Self-described “die hard entrepreneur” Gurbaksh Chahal, founder of two online advertising startups and recently CEO and chair of soon-to-list digital marketing outfit RadiumOne, has been fired after becoming the subject of intense pressure from online activists after being fined for domestic violence.…

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Brazilians Welcome Genetically-Modified Mosquito To Help Fight Dengue Fever

Slashdot - Mon, 2014-04-28 01:05
An anonymous reader writes "The Brazilian government have decided to try battling the spread of dengue fever with GM mosquitoes. 'Now, with dengue endemic in three of the host cities for this summer's World Cup , Brazilian health officials are trying a radical new approach — biotechnology. They've begun a two-year trial release of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes that have been genetically modified. "We need to provide the government alternatives because the system we are using now in Brazil doesn't work," says Aldo Malavasi, president of Moscamed, the Brazilian company that's running the trial from a lab just outside of Jacobina. The new breed of Aedes aegypti has been given a lethal gene. The deadly flaw is kept in check in the lab, but the mosquitoes soon die in the wild.'"

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Brazilians Welcome Genetically-Modified Mosquito To Help Fight Dengue Fever

Slashdot - Mon, 2014-04-28 01:05
An anonymous reader writes "The Brazilian government have decided to try battling the spread of dengue fever with GM mosquitoes. 'Now, with dengue endemic in three of the host cities for this summer's World Cup , Brazilian health officials are trying a radical new approach — biotechnology. They've begun a two-year trial release of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes that have been genetically modified. "We need to provide the government alternatives because the system we are using now in Brazil doesn't work," says Aldo Malavasi, president of Moscamed, the Brazilian company that's running the trial from a lab just outside of Jacobina. The new breed of Aedes aegypti has been given a lethal gene. The deadly flaw is kept in check in the lab, but the mosquitoes soon die in the wild.'"

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Brazilians Welcome Genetically-Modified Mosquito To Help Fight Dengue Fever

Slashdot - Mon, 2014-04-28 01:05
An anonymous reader writes "The Brazilian government have decided to try battling the spread of dengue fever with GM mosquitoes. 'Now, with dengue endemic in three of the host cities for this summer's World Cup , Brazilian health officials are trying a radical new approach — biotechnology. They've begun a two-year trial release of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes that have been genetically modified. "We need to provide the government alternatives because the system we are using now in Brazil doesn't work," says Aldo Malavasi, president of Moscamed, the Brazilian company that's running the trial from a lab just outside of Jacobina. The new breed of Aedes aegypti has been given a lethal gene. The deadly flaw is kept in check in the lab, but the mosquitoes soon die in the wild.'"

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Brazilians Welcome Genetically-Modified Mosquito To Help Fight Dengue Fever

Slashdot - Mon, 2014-04-28 01:05
An anonymous reader writes "The Brazilian government have decided to try battling the spread of dengue fever with GM mosquitoes. 'Now, with dengue endemic in three of the host cities for this summer's World Cup , Brazilian health officials are trying a radical new approach — biotechnology. They've begun a two-year trial release of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes that have been genetically modified. "We need to provide the government alternatives because the system we are using now in Brazil doesn't work," says Aldo Malavasi, president of Moscamed, the Brazilian company that's running the trial from a lab just outside of Jacobina. The new breed of Aedes aegypti has been given a lethal gene. The deadly flaw is kept in check in the lab, but the mosquitoes soon die in the wild.'"

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








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Brazilians Welcome Genetically-Modified Mosquito To Help Fight Dengue Fever

Slashdot - Mon, 2014-04-28 01:05
An anonymous reader writes "The Brazilian government have decided to try battling the spread of dengue fever with GM mosquitoes. 'Now, with dengue endemic in three of the host cities for this summer's World Cup , Brazilian health officials are trying a radical new approach — biotechnology. They've begun a two-year trial release of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes that have been genetically modified. "We need to provide the government alternatives because the system we are using now in Brazil doesn't work," says Aldo Malavasi, president of Moscamed, the Brazilian company that's running the trial from a lab just outside of Jacobina. The new breed of Aedes aegypti has been given a lethal gene. The deadly flaw is kept in check in the lab, but the mosquitoes soon die in the wild.'"

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








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Brazilians Welcome Genetically-Modified Mosquito To Help Fight Dengue Fever

Slashdot - Mon, 2014-04-28 01:05
An anonymous reader writes "The Brazilian government have decided to try battling the spread of dengue fever with GM mosquitoes. 'Now, with dengue endemic in three of the host cities for this summer's World Cup , Brazilian health officials are trying a radical new approach — biotechnology. They've begun a two-year trial release of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes that have been genetically modified. "We need to provide the government alternatives because the system we are using now in Brazil doesn't work," says Aldo Malavasi, president of Moscamed, the Brazilian company that's running the trial from a lab just outside of Jacobina. The new breed of Aedes aegypti has been given a lethal gene. The deadly flaw is kept in check in the lab, but the mosquitoes soon die in the wild.'"

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








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Brazilians Welcome Genetically-Modified Mosquito To Help Fight Dengue Fever

Slashdot - Mon, 2014-04-28 01:05
An anonymous reader writes "The Brazilian government have decided to try battling the spread of dengue fever with GM mosquitoes. 'Now, with dengue endemic in three of the host cities for this summer's World Cup , Brazilian health officials are trying a radical new approach — biotechnology. They've begun a two-year trial release of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes that have been genetically modified. "We need to provide the government alternatives because the system we are using now in Brazil doesn't work," says Aldo Malavasi, president of Moscamed, the Brazilian company that's running the trial from a lab just outside of Jacobina. The new breed of Aedes aegypti has been given a lethal gene. The deadly flaw is kept in check in the lab, but the mosquitoes soon die in the wild.'"

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








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Chap builds mobe based on Raspberry Pi

The Register - Mon, 2014-04-28 01:02
$US158 phone WILL burn a hole in your pocket

A clever chap named David Hunt has built a phone based on a Raspberry Pi.…

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