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By George Norman on 03 Nov 2008
Gmail, Google’s approach to email, has been the main focus of Google’s development team, and consequently it has received several new features.
By George Norman on 03 Nov 2008
The Google team came up with a great concept, announced it to the world, and just when we were all hyped up about it and wanted to try it out for ourselves, Google took the jam out of our donuts by announcing that the SMS feature will not get here on time.
By George Norman on 03 Nov 2008
According to an Adobe Systems Inc. security advisory, there were two security holes in its PageMaker software that needed plugging.
By George Norman on 03 Nov 2008
The social networking phenomenon is going stronger by the day, with sites like MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, and Bebo leading the pack. It is a well known fact that the ones in front are the most exposed to things such as media comments and criticism, and spam attacks.
By George Norman on 03 Nov 2008
This is to say that if you manage to get your hands on the NXE (New Xbox Experience) ahead of time and install it on your Xbox 360, Xbox Live will be disabled, not to mention that Microsoft could issue you with a permanent online ban.
By George Norman on 03 Nov 2008
That is not a typo, the name of the software developed by UC San Diego scientists is actually called “Sneakey”.This particular piece of software is actually a form of image-recognition technology, just that instead of analyzing scanned documents like Google’s OCR, it analyzes pictures of keys in order to generate a key duplicate.
By George Norman on 03 Nov 2008
According to an announcement made by Sun Microsystems, their latest iteration of the Solaris operating system will be made available for download as of this month.
By George Norman on 03 Nov 2008
The trend nowadays is to make everything non-R rated – bleep out the “f” words in songs, take out the bad language and violence from movies, and make StarCraft appealing to your mother.
By George Norman on 31 Oct 2008
Since today it is All Hallows Eve, or Halloween in for those of you that are not so dramatically inclined, I thought it a good idea to bring a ghoulish Mac application to your attention.
By George Norman on 31 Oct 2008
Do you think you have a problem because Microsoft has blacked out your desktop or because the software applications you use are riddled with bugs and security vulnerabilities?
By George Norman on 31 Oct 2008
The development team at Google has decided to give the built-in chat feature SMS capability – this is to say that you can use your Gmail account to send text messages to a friend's phone.
By George Norman on 31 Oct 2008
Canonical Ltd. stuck to the promise that it made a while back and has indeed released the final version of Ubuntu 8.10, codename Intrepid Impex.
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?
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