06/29/2011, Remember iChromy, the Chrome-style web browser for the iPad that we mentioned awhile ago? Since its launch it’s turned out to be quite a hit, judging by all the positive feedback left by people who decided to give the app a shot. Well, the folks over at Diigo are happy to announce that they’ve released a new version of the app that adds tons of new features to the iPad […]
06/29/2011, If you’re big on playing poker online, I’m pretty sure you have got plenty of amazing hands that won you games and you wish had the opportunity to share them with the world and at the very least, your poker-playing buddies. And that is what Poker Replay intends to do. The replay service that has been in private beta for the past few months is now finally available to the […]
06/29/2011, We all know that LulzSec decided to call it quits a few days ago and left the world with a final parting gift: a cache of stolen data, emails and more. However according to some folks who downloaded the collection ended up with more than they bargained for – included was a file that many anti-virus scanners flagged as a Trojan horse. Needless to say, people thought this was another […]
06/28/2011, After a year-long push by the Republicans in the House of Representatives, it looks like they finally got what they want. It has been reported that the members of the House of Representatives will be allowed to use VoIP services like ooVoo and Skype for official communications.
06/28/2011, It looks like Google is pretty intent on killing off Flash. The company has just released a new tool that lets users easily convert Flash files into HTML5-compliant code that can be pretty much viewed on any device including iOS devices. To use Swiffy, all users have to do is upload the Flash files in SWF format to the Swiffy website. The file is then processed by the website which […]
06/28/2011, For all the gadget lovers always connected to the internet from any kind of device (smartphone, tablet, laptop, TV and soon the fridge), the network speed is a huge deal. Today, thanks to WiGig Alliance, we are very happy to announce that multi-gigabit wireless connection will soon be accessible from our most beloved next-gen gadgets. According to the WiGig Alliance (the info was provided during our briefing), the theoretical speed […]
06/28/2011, The differences between different search engines seem to be a very fine line these days. It has gotten to a point where most of the big search engines can provide you with all the services you need without having to switch sites. Because of this, search engines have to work hard at expanding their services to provide new features not present in the competition. One such feature from Google that […]
06/27/2011, If there’s one thing that OnLive has been missing so far, it’s a huge chunk of the gaming market: the console gamers. Users who already own an Xbox 360 or Play Station 3 don’t really see the need to pay for an additional service just to play games that they can already play on their consoles. But what if they were able to play Xbox 360- exclusive titles on their […]
06/27/2011, While most of the Firefox using world was excited when the latest version of the web browser, Firefox 5 was officially released last week, it looks like there are a number of users weren’t pleased about it. The people in question? Corporations that have decided to adopt Mozilla Firefox as its main web browser. Most corporations have been used to updating their web browsing software less frequently i.e. once a […]
06/27/2011, We all know LulzSec have decided to throw in the towel and give up its hacking activities but that doesn’t mean all the groups wrongdoings in the past have been absolved. And unfortunately for them, the authorities have been given a massive tip off on the identities of the hackers. Another hacking group, A-Team, has released into the wild the personal details of the members that make up LulzSec, obviously […]
06/26/2011, Had enough of the entire internet hacking drama that’s been going on recently? Well it looks like its days are finally over, at least for LulzSec. The infamous hacking group that was known for taking down Sony’s servers, the CIA website and releasing confidential documents they stole from the Arizona Department of Public Safety has announced that its days are over.
06/26/2011, It looks like Google is constantly rolling out new features for the web version of the Android Market. The company recently added a new feature in the app descriptions for Android apps. On the bottom of the page, in addition to showing you the average rating of the app and download counter, there is now a breakdown of the app reviews. So if you’re wondering how many 5 star or […]
06/24/2011, Every year since 1993 in the US, there’s a massive hacker convention called DEFCON. It is an event that hackers from all over the world attend to hang out, participate in activities and increase their knowledge on the subject of hacking. It is usually filled with adults; many of whom are computer security professionals, journalists, crackers, cyber-criminals, security researchers, and of course, hackers.
06/24/2011, Not everybody has gotten their hands on an invite to the Google Music beta, but that doesn’t stop people from developing extensions for it. Level 2 Studios has come up with an unofficial extension for Google Chrome that gives you the option to listen to your Google Music from the browser without having to open up the website. With the extension, users can song scrobble, “love” songs on Last.FM, Google […]