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Mozilla Firefox 8 Release Candidate available for download

11/04/2011, It’s been barely over a month since Firefox was officially upgraded to version 7, and now it looks like a new update has arrived. The Release Candidate version of Firefox 8 has been made available for download today, while the official release of...

Majority of YouTube views aren’t from native English speakers

11/04/2011, If you thought that the majority of YouTube users spoke English as a main language, think again. According to a recent report by the folks at GigaOm, who spoke to a Google spokesperson, 60% of all video views on YouTube come from users who select a...

Facedrink: social network-inspired beverage

11/04/2011, There’s no doubt that Facebook has made a huge impact on the whole world, and it’s spawned quite a large number of inspired by products trying to capitalize on the Facebook brand. Latest one to join the ranks of such products is a new beverage...

Facebook silently fixes security flaw

11/04/2011, Back in September, a security researcher wrote about discovering a flaw in Facebook’s messaging system. In order to bypass the filter that would prevent users from attaching executable files in attachments: all you had to do was rename the...

eBay CEO Keynote at Open Mobile Summit

11/03/2011, John Donahoe, CEO, eBay, delivered a keynote at Open Mobile Summit this morning. He opened his speech by saying that “there will be more changes on how consumer shop and pay in the next three years than there have been in the past twenty. These changes...

Google+ Notifications now available for Google Chrome

11/03/2011, If you’re a heavy Google+ user, and Google Chrome is your browser of choice, you’re in luck. Google has just released an official Chrome extension that brings the social network right to your very browser. You know that little red...

Opera Mini and Opera Mobile web browser updated

11/03/2011, Users of the Opera Mini or Opera Mobile web browser on their phones will be pleased to know that the company has pushed out updates to its browsers on all platforms, giving them all features that hit the Android variants last month. Opera Mini is now up...

Meet The Tweet lets you follow Twitter feeds without an account

11/02/2011, There are a plethora of Twitter clients out there, but there’s one thing that they all need and it’s for you to have your own Twitter account. But what if you don’t ever intend to Tweet and just want to follow Twitter feeds for news?...

Gmail app for iOS devices now official (updated)

11/02/2011, A few days ago there was a rumor going on about Google releasing an official Gmail app for iOS devices. Well it turns out that the rumor was spot on because Google has just announced the launch of the aforementioned app. Available for free on all iOS...

Scientists use Twitter to work out if it’s raining

11/02/2011, Twitter is a very interesting tool. Besides serving as a source of news or a form of communication for a large number of people worldwide, people have also been studying how tweets have an impact on our lives and world around us. For example, recently...

Cloud Shredder keeps your files secure

11/01/2011, Making sure that your data is safe can be a tricky issue. If you leave it on your hard disk, anybody who steals your computer or hacks into it will gain access to it. If you keep it on the cloud, anybody who hacks the service or obtains your login details...

Gmail gets a new look

11/01/2011, If you’re tired of the way that Gmail looks right now, and you think that it’s about time Google made some changes to its popular email user interface, you’re in luck, because the company has announced that it will be rolling out some...

Google Street View Now Covers Parks

11/01/2011, Google is taking Street View to the next level as it has announced that Street View now covers parks as well. This has been made possible by using Street View Trike bicycles equipped with cameras. These can go inside parks to snap images that a car never...