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The Nokia Corporation (ADR)(NYSE:NOK) Asha 310 is likely to arrive in India in March, which is only a few days away. This lower-end product from Nokia will hit the shelves in Asia, India, the Middle East, Africa and Brazil from the 1st quarter of 2013, as per the report from TechMinar. Golden, silver, and black versions will be available as of now.
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The Nokia Asha 310 features a dual SIM slot with a 3-inch LCD capacitative multi-touch touchscreen display screen with a resolution of 400 by 240 pixels along with an internal memory of 16GB (5GB is for default apps and software whereas users can store their own data in the remaining 11GB). The memory of the phone could be expanded by 32 GB with the use of the given memory card slot. 2GB of RAM is also present and the phone runs the Series 40 Asha Touch user interface.
Pre-loaded utility apps like the Nokia Xpress Browser have been included in the phone and it is expected to cost between 5000 and 6000 rupees in India.
In other news, Apple Inc.(NASDAQ:AAPL) became the victim of an attack by hackers who infected Macintosh computers of some employees. The employees had visited a website for software developers that had been infected with malicious software, but the malware was designed to attack Mac computers.
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In fact this is the same software that was used to attack Facebook. It works by exploiting a flaw in a version of Oracle Corp's Java software used as a plug-in on Web browsers. Even Twitter was not spared as it revealed that it had been attacked on February 1st and the hackers might have gained information of about 250,000 users. There is a theory that the malware might come from China, but no proof has been found yet.
It is unknown when the attacks began, the degree to which the hackers have been able to penetrate the targeted or if all infected machines have been detected. The malware was distributed at least in part through a site aimed at iPhone developers, which might still be infecting visitors who haven't disabled Java in their browser. A version that infects computers running Microsoft Windows is out as well.
Security firm F-Secure said that the hackers might want to gain access to the code for apps on smartphones, seeking a way to infect millions of end-users. Developers have been asked to re-check the source code for unintended modifications.
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