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TweetDeck updated

03/23/2012, TweetDeck, one of the world’s most popular Twitter clients has just received a major update that introduces a whole bunch of new features to the app. Users can now preview media (images and video) from within a column, underneath the related Tweet....

Facebook now shows even larger photos and has a full-screen mode

03/22/2012, Photo enthusiasts who use Facebook to store and share their photographs will be glad to know that the social network now supports even larger photographs. According to reports online, the new photo viewer can now display images up to 4 times bigger than...

Spoofing exploit discovered in Safari for iOS

03/22/2012, While iOS 5.1 might be a welcome update for iOS users, it seems that the update has also opened up a possible vulnerability on the iOS version of Safari where it could be exploited to display a different URL to that of the actual website you are browsing,...

Google patent uses background noise to generate targeted ads

03/22/2012, If you’ve surfed the web long enough, you’re probably aware of Google’s ability to create ads based on the content you were looking at and your location. Now it looks like Google has a patent that aims to take things to the next level by analyzing...

Twitter celebrates its sixth birthday

03/21/2012, Believe it or not, Twitter, the popular micro-blogging website turns six today. From being a mere sketch on a notebook to an online service with over 140 million active users, it’s amazing how far Twitter has come. According to the latest stats from...

Skype to bring tech into classrooms with DonorsChoose.org

03/21/2012, Skype has previously made clear its intentions in the classroom with its Skype in the Classroom dedicated Skype network, and now the company has announced a new program to bring tech into classrooms. Partnering with DonorsChoose.org, Skype will be...

Google Maps now features more detailed 3D landmarks

03/20/2012, It’s amazing how much Google Maps has evolved since its introduction many years ago, from plain, boring and flat maps to the highly detailed maps featuring 3D structures we have today. Well, Google has announced that it is taking its maps to a whole...

Einstein’s work put online for all to see

03/20/2012, If you’ve ever wondered what went through the mind of one of the world’s most renowned scientists, Einstein, you’re in luck. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem has announced that it will be scanning and posting over 80,000 documents from...

The Pirate Bay is headed to space

03/20/2012, The Pirate Bay is one of the largest and most popular bittorrent trackers still around today, and it has no plans to retire anytime soon. Despite news of other large torrent trackers shutting down, The Pirate Bay has no intentions to follow suit. The...

Firefox Mobile for Nokia N9 updated

03/19/2012, Great news for Firefox fans with the Nokia N9. Following the release of PR1.2 for the Nokia N9, a new version of Mozilla Firefox Mobile has also been released for the phone. The latest version of the browser has been designed to bring your mobile surfing...

NetZero launches wireless 4G mobile broadband service

03/19/2012, NetZero has hopped onto to the 4G bandwagon with the launch of its 4G Mobile Broadband service. Touted to be contract and commitment free, with no activation and overage charges – NetZero is even giving subscribers their first year of usage for free...

Anonymous OS gets pulled

03/15/2012, Remember the controversy surrounding Anonymous operating system which was put online recently? Well it looks like all the attention from the media has caused Sourceforge (the website hosting the project) to take another look at it. After careful...

Hulu announces new web player

03/15/2012, It looks like YouTube isn’t the only one getting a player revamp. Hulu announced today that if you watch Hulu on a web browser, you’ll be treated to an improved experience. The player is now 55% larger in size, and features an improved design...