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By George Norman on 31 Oct 2008
If you work on something that you believe may have an impact on the outside world (like scientific research or academic paper) you will want to scan that work and post it on the web for everyone to see.
By George Norman on 31 Oct 2008
Just two days back Mark Larson was announcing to the world that a third Beta installment of Google Chrome, version 0.3.154.9 if you want to get technical about it, has been released and the software will automatically update in a few days time.
By George Norman on 31 Oct 2008
Or at least that is what Orange, the sixth largest broadband provider in the UK, said when it declared that it will not sign up with Phorm.
By George Norman on 30 Oct 2008
There are two new things happening in the Google Toolbar world: the toolbar is now officially 8 years old (Happy Birthday, Google Toolbar!) and what better way to mark the occasion than to launch a new software version?
By George Norman on 30 Oct 2008
Imagine if you will, a browser that offers you the same convenience and cool features as Mozilla does, but does it all at breakneck speed – that is exactly what Minefield is all about.
By George Norman on 30 Oct 2008
If you are still using version 2.X of Mozilla’s popular Firefox browser, then you are out of luck because by the end of December the software will no longer receive support from Mozilla.
By George Norman on 30 Oct 2008
There are several things to report: AVG Anti-Virus 8.0.198 build 1385 was just released, AVG Anti-Virus Free 8.0 now has French language support, and for those of you who are seeking employment, the AVG team is looking for a forum moderator.
By George Norman on 30 Oct 2008
With the release of Opera 9.62, build 10467 final, the browser manufacturer addresses a few issues that v. 9.61 missed.
By George Norman on 30 Oct 2008
Deep Link means that you can take video linking one step further and link to a particular moment within that video.
By George Norman on 30 Oct 2008
If you are not amongst the 6 million people that have downloaded OpenOffice 3.0 since it came out on the 13th of October, then I suggest you do so now.
By George Norman on 30 Oct 2008
Yahoo Messenger has recently updated its rather popular software (reaching version 9.0.0.2018) and has even added a few new audibles.
By George Norman on 29 Oct 2008
In terms of Windows-based operating systems, the name of the future is 7, Windows 7. While other articles focus on it's brand new taskbar or on how well it performs, I thought it a good idea to see what the built-in Media Center has to offer.
By George Norman on 29 Oct 2008
Yesterday, at the Professional Developers Convention (PDC) in LA, Microsoft finally took the covers off the highly anticipated Windows 7.
By George Norman on 29 Oct 2008
What do you do when you need to reinvent yourself, to address that sagging popularity issue? Well, if you cannot do it yourself, do not be afraid to let others take a crack at it.
By George Norman on 29 Oct 2008
With Halloween just two days away, there are surely some of you that were so busy reading about the Professional Developers Convention in LA that you forgot to get a Halloween costume.
By George Norman on 29 Oct 2008
Following last week's release of its WGA (Windows Genuine Advantage) and OGA (Office Genuine Advantage) on the Chinese people in an attempt to cut down piracy rates, Microsoft ended up being sued – twice.
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