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Google announces connection bar for iPhone Gmail

03/17/2011, iPhone users who access Gmail through the Safari browser are in for a treat – if you haven’t noticed already, Google has updated their Gmail interface with a useful new feature: the connection bar. Don’t you just hate it when you see your...

Opera Barracuda beta released

03/17/2011, We previously mentioned about Opera showing off the next version of its browser at SXSW, well it looks like they did more than that. Opera has officially released the beta version of their latest browser, Opera 11.10 – codenamed Barracuda, to the...

Users having problems logging into Twitter

03/16/2011, For folks who are wondering why they can’t access their favorite micro-blogging service, Twitter has just posted an update on the official Twitter status page saying that users may have problems loading the site. It wasn’t mentioned what the...

New commenting feature for Google Docs

03/16/2011, Google has just announced a brand new feature for their online document editing software, Google Docs. Users viewing or editing the same document can now chat with each other in real-time using the comments feature. The comments appear on the sidebar like...

Opera to unveil new version of browser at SXSW 2011

03/11/2011, Opera has announced that they will be officially showing off the latest version of their browser – Opera 11.10, at SXSW this year. The highly-acclaimed lightweight and speedy browser will be revealed in its full glory at the event. It was first...

Twitters say no to new Twitter clients

03/11/2011, In a recent announcement from Twitter’s Product Manager, Ryan Sarver, the micro-blogging company has stated that there are enough unofficial Twitter clients available and that developers don’t need to bring anymore new ones into the market....

RockMelt Browser now in public beta

03/10/2011, RockMelt, the social network browser has been in private beta since last November, and for the first time, it has been made public for everyone to download. For those of you who haven’t heard of RockMelt, it is basically a web browser that’s...

Free WiFi hotspots outnumber paid WiFi hotspots in the US

03/09/2011, For the first time ever, the amount of free WiFi hotspots in the US outnumber the amount of paid WiFi locations. According to some statistics released by JiWire, an advertising company that specializes in marketing through WiFi networks, the growth of...

Microsoft wants to kill Internet Explorer 6

03/04/2011, You would think that any attempt to push Internet Explorer 6 off the face of the world would done by a rival company, but no – the creator of IE 6, Microsoft, has just launched a new campaign to move users off the 10-year old web browser. They launched...

Mozilla to go head to head with Chrome Web App Store

03/04/2011, It looks like Google’s Chrome Web App Store is going to face some competition from Mozilla. The creator of the famous Firefox browser has plans to release a web store of their own, where users can download apps that work on Firefox browsers on their...

Microsoft launches Bing deals

03/03/2011, Bargain hunters rejoice. Microsoft has just announced the launch of Bing deals, a new feature to their search engine that lets users easily look for discounts and promotions in their area. All users have to do is access Bing deals (from their desktop or...

Gmail issues resolved by Google

03/03/2011, According to an official announcement from Google, the issue where a number of Gmail users lost all their old emails has been resolved. The incident, which was reported this Monday and claimed to be fixed a few days later wasn’t completely fixed,...

Amazon to monitor their app store

03/03/2011, Amazon’s upcoming app store has been in the pipeline for quite some time now, but we still have yet to see any sign of it. According to some reports online, it looks like Amazon might be launching their app store in the near future. In light of the...