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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...

Google to improve search results with “semantic search”

03/14/2012, It looks like Google has got some big plans for its search engine over the coming months. According to reports online, will be implementing “semantic search” to analyze the meaning of words and phrases typed into the search query box to return...

AOL Instant Messenger is not shutting down

03/14/2012, Earlier this week there were rumors about AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) shutting down due to AOL getting rid of a whole bunch of workers and leaving only the support staff behind. Well, it looks like those rumors aren’t true. According to Mashable and...

Musician uses Skype to perform for his fans

03/14/2012, Besides using Skype for instant messaging and video chats, a musician has found a way to use the service to his advantage – by giving his fans personal one on one concerts over the internet. Denison Witmer, a singer/songwriter, had to turn down a tour...

Encyclopaedia Britannica to be online-only

03/14/2012, It looks like the digital age has claimed yet another household staple. The Encyclopaedia Britannica, which has been in print for the past 244 years, will no longer be published in printed form. From now on, anybody looking to access its trove of...

AOL Instant Messenger to be shut down?

03/13/2012, According to reports online, it looks AOL might be shutting down its AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) service. The company has reportedly fired 40 of its AOL staff, leaving only the support staff behind to keep the service running. Apparently the main reason...

Mozilla Firefox 11 to arrive today (updated)

03/13/2012, It wasn’t too long ago when Firefox 10 was made available for download and it looks like we’ve got another version on its way. According to reports online the web browser will be released later today on the stable channel. New features of...

Yahoo sues Facebook over patent infringements

03/13/2012, Back in February, we reported that Yahoo was attempting to get Facebook to pay them licensing fees for allegedly using their technology. It looks like whatever talks that was held between both the tech giants did not reach a mutual understanding, and now...

Apple upgrades website ahead of the new iPad launch

03/13/2012, The new iPad arrives in a few days, and it looks like Apple is already gearing up for its launch. According to reports online, Apple has started upgrading portions of its website with high-resolution images designed for the iPad’s high resolution...

Google Chrome for Windows 8 Metro UI also in development

03/12/2012, If you’re planning to use Windows 8, it looks like you won’t have to be stuck using Internet Explorer. Following today’s earlier announcement of Firefox staring development, Google has also announced that it’s working on a version...

Homeless Hotspots program at SXSW causes an uproar

03/12/2012, At the South by Southwest festival in Austin this year, the Bartle Bogle Hegarty marketing firm is holding a strange and highly controversial social experiments. Called Homeless Hotspots, it consists of equipping a number of homeless people with portable...

Readability app arrives on Android

03/12/2012, Readability launched on iOS a few weeks ago, and now it looks like the app is available for Android devices. However, the Instapaper-like app isn’t available on the Google Play Store in the US just yet. At the moment it will remain an Amazon...