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Google gets rid of APIs for Translate and other services

05/27/2011, While this piece of news might not directly affect you, it looks like some of your favorite websites or web services might be affected by Google’s latest announcement. On the official Google Code blog, they announced that at the end this year, they...

Google now searches for flight schedules

05/27/2011, Google has just announced a new feature for its search engine that will help make life easier for you when you plan your next trip. The search engine now has the ability to look up flight schedules for you. All you have to do is input “flights from...

iChromy brings Chrome-style web browsing to the iPad

05/27/2011, I have a feeling that Chrome lovers with iPad tablets are going to be quite pleased. The folks over at Diigo have announced the launch of iChromy – a web browsing app that brings the some of the best features of Chrome over to the iPad. With Google...

PastPost knows what you did..last year on Facebook

05/27/2011, If you’re the kind of person who’s always content on Facebook, you probably won’t be able to remember every single thing you’ve done over the past year. Or even last month or last week for that matter. Well, the folks over at PastPost have come up...

ooVoo video chat app for iPhone released

05/26/2011, If you want to make video calls, you’ve got a whole plethora of options to choose from on your iPhone. There’s FaceTime that comes default with your phone, and then there’s Skype, Tango, Yahoo!, Fring  and so on. Most of these apps will...

Amazon launches Mac Download Store

05/26/2011, Looking for an alternative to the Mac App Store? You’re in luck. Amazon has just launched its own app store for Mac computers called the Mac Download Store (good thing they didn’t call it the Appstore for Mac, right?). As of now, it has around...

YouTube 3D video now supported by NVIDIA 3D Vision

05/26/2011, For folks who have 3D capable computers using NVIDIA 3D Vision hardware, but have run out of 3D content to watch or games to play can rejoice – investing in that 3D setup wasn’t a waste after all. NVIDIA has just announced today that users will be...

Fix released for Skype downtime

05/26/2011, Earlier today, we reported about an outage that a number of Skype users were facing. Apparently the downtime was due to a corruption that occurred in those users’ systems, though it wasn’t explained how such a thing happened. Anyway, Skype...

Twitter won’t be protecting its users from CTB

05/26/2011, Remember the footballer, “CTB”, who took action against Twitter and the 75,000 Tweeters who mentioned his name after being granted a privacy injunction? It has been reported that Twitter’s general manager of Twitter UK, Tony Wang...

Skype down: small number of users affected, temporary solution up

05/26/2011, At the moment there seems to be an outage of Skype going on. A small number of users have reported about having trouble logging in or sending messages and making video calls. Skype is aware of the problem, and have found out what it is though they...

Lady Gaga’s Born This Way on sale for $0.99 again today

05/26/2011, When Lady Gaga’s Born This Way album was put up for $0.99 earlier this week, the response was overwhelming and caused Amazon’s servers to shut down. Many users were left unable to download the download the whole album, though Amazon tweeted...

Windows to release a web-based Marketplace with Mango update

05/25/2011, Just like Google did with the Honeycomb update a few months ago, Microsoft will be launching the web-based version of the Windows Marketplace when it releases its Windows Phone 7 Mango update later this year. This will let you browse and buy apps straight...

Spotify teams up with Facebook to launch music service

05/25/2011, While Spotify is not arriving in the US anytime soon, it doesn’t stop them from teaming up with US companies. Forbes has reported that Spotify and Facebook are working together to launch a music-streaming service in as little as two weeks time. The...