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Amazon Silk Browser arriving on desktop computers in the future?

09/29/2011, Amazon’s Silk browser that made its debut yesterday at the announcement of the Fire tablet surprised a lot of people (despite the fact that Opera has been doing it for some time already). But just in case you weren’t up to speed about...

Skype in-flight video call made on MSNBC TV

09/29/2011, Ever received or made a Skype video call to somebody who was on an airplane? I can’t say I have, but the folks over at MSNBC have, in a news segment shot yesterday. Time magazine’s senior political analyst, Mark Halperin, called up the studio...

Flickr launches official Android app

09/28/2011, Flickr users with Android phones will be glad to know that they can now access their favorite photo sharing service through an official app. After so many years of being around, Flickr finally has an official app for Android devices. No idea what took...

Blogger’s new Dynamic Views is hip and fresh

09/27/2011, Tired of how boring your current Blogger blog looks like? Wish you had cool fancy layouts like what everyone seems to be using on sites like Tumblr? Well, Google has got some good news for you. The company has just unveiled new Dynamic Views for its...

F-Secure ShareSafe Beta makes Facebook a safer place

09/27/2011, As we all know, Facebook is rife with links that lead unsuspecting users into downloading malware or running apps that spam the walls of everyone in their friends list, which in turn do the same to the friends of those friends. Well most of the time...

Mozilla Firefox 7 officially released

09/27/2011, Until now, one of the major problems with Mozilla’s Firefox browser is the fact that it’s a memory hog. With each version the developers have been trying to fix it, but now – Mozilla claims to have finally solved the issue. With the latest...

Google+ now lets you share circles

09/27/2011, Now that Google+ is open to the public, those of you who already have had accounts for awhile will probably have all your friends sorted out to your liking. Unfortunately your friends who recently joined the service will have to start from scratch and...

YouTube mobile offers a new experimental layout

09/26/2011, Websites/services that have been optimized for mobile phones are always welcome. It makes for easier browsing and it’s a lot neater than attempting to view a full website on a small screen, and now it looks like YouTube has enabled a new experimental...

Google+ app for iOS updated 9/23/2011

09/23/2011, To kickstart your weekend, Google has announced a new update for its Google+ iOS app. Bringing up the app to version 1.0.4.2326, the update brings a whole bunch of new features in addition to various bug fixes and performance improvements. Users can now...

Number of Google+ users increased by 30% in three days

09/23/2011, Google+ was finally opened to everybody a few days ago, and yesterday, it’s been reported that the number of people using the service has increased by 30%! Talk about a massive influx of new users to the service. Calculated by Paul Allen, an...

Spotify now open to everyone in the US

09/23/2011, Spotify made its debut in the US on July 14th but it was an invite-only service. But after Facebook’s announcement to integrate more services and apps into its service, it looks like Spotify is ready to open up to the rest of the country. Folks who...

Enterprise users to get Firefox Extended Support Release

09/23/2011, While most home consumers have no problems updating their web browsers every few weeks or so, businesses and companies aren’t too keen on the idea, especially when it’s just a minor update and they have multiple floors of computers to deal...