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Blogger is back

05/13/2011, After over 20 hours of downtime, Blogger, Google’s popular blogging service is now back up. Earlier today (yesterday for some of you folks), Blogger was taken offline due to reports of bloggers and readers not being able to access blogs or publish...

TinyChat launches location-based video group chat

05/13/2011, TinyChat, the world’s fastest-growing video group chat portal has just announced the launch of location-based video group chat feature on its service. Users of the chat service now have the ability to set their current location so that they can...

Websites that link to pirated music and movies to be blocked

05/13/2011, Bad news for folks who frequent illegal file sharing and torrent sites to for their entertainment purposes. A recently proposed bill named the Protect IP Act (Preventing Real Online Threats to Economic Creativity and Theft of Intellectual Property), the...

Facebook owns up to Google smear campaign

05/13/2011, Burston-Marsteller, a public consultancy recently came forward earlier this week saying that Facebook had hired the company to pull off a smear campaign against Google’s social networking service, Social Circles. Burston-Marsteller sent major news...

Android movie rentals will make use of Flash

05/11/2011, As we all know, Google Android movie rentals were launched yesterday, but people were wondering what format the movies would be distributed in. Well, the answer – if it wasn’t obvious enough is Adobe Flash. Despite Google introducing HTML5 videos...

Twitter updates mobile website

05/11/2011, In an attempt to bring a unified Twitter experience across its official mobile client and mobile website, Twitter has updated the mobile website for touchscreen devices. It now looks like the default Twitter app, featuring a tool bar on the top for...

Facebook announces photo tagging for pages

05/11/2011, In an attempt to make Pages more unified with the rest of Facebook, the company has officially announced that starting today they will begin to roll out the feature for users to tag Pages in photographs. Previously, photo tags were limited to just people...

Android Market gives us new ways to discover apps

05/11/2011, This week is a pretty big week for Android – with the whole Google I/O event going on, a lot of aspects about Android are being updated. One of the most important Android services, launched together with the Honeycomb tablet earlier this year is the...

Sid Meier’s Civ World arriving on Facebook this summer

05/11/2011, It looks like Facebook is going to get a little more unproductive. As if games like FarmVille and Mafia Wars weren’t taking up enough of your time, the king of all time wasters is making its way over to the world’s favorite social network....

Google Chrome web browser to get privacy boost and more

05/10/2011, Google’s Chrome web browser will be getting some new enhancements to its rendering engine and security in the near future. According to the release notes for Google Chrome beta, the browser will have now support hardware-accelerated 3D CSS, which...

Google Images now lets you sort by subject

05/09/2011, As search engines improve and users are starting to search for more than just text or websites, image searching has become a really important part of the search engine. Well, Google has just announced a new feature for its Google Images search – the...

Hackers discover zero-day exploits in Google Chrome browser

05/09/2011, After emerging unhacked from the last three Pwn2Own hacking competitions, Google Chrome, one of the most secure web browsers available today has finally been hacked, according to French security company, Vupen. All the hackers had to do was let Google...

Skype for Mac OS X vulnerability fixed

05/09/2011, If you remember a few days ago, we reported about a bug that was discovered in Skype for Mac OS X? In case you’re not up to speed, a bug was discovered in Skype that allowed users to remotely gain control of another user’s computer just by...

More hints of Google Chrome to arrive on PlayStation 3

05/09/2011, Last month there were rumors of Google Chrome arriving on the PlayStation 3 due to some hints found in the leaked code of the PS3 WebKit source code. While there haven’t been any news or official announcements since then, a new rumor has surfaced...