Tuesday, Google launched their latest web service, Google Buzz. Google Buzz is Google’s approach to the social media stream. Google played it smart by simply implementing Google Buzz into Gmail–instead of building up a new product completely from scratch.
Its been rumored since the beginning of the year, and now its official. WordPress has just launched the first version of its Android app. WordPress for Android is capable of managing both WordPress.com blogs and self-hosted WordPress.org blogs. With the new app, you can add or edit posts, comments, and even pages on multiple WordPress [...]
Google has just sent out its first over-the-air software update to its Nexus One phone. The new update includes some fixes to bug issues, a few new features, and most importantly, multitouch! Nexus One users will find the new update on their phone’s notification bar. Its a short list, but its got some great stuff [...]
You know those Facebook invitations you receive several times a day that you’ve pledged never to accept? You know, Mafia Wars, Cafe World, YoVille, FishVille, ThisVille, ThatVille, and of course, everyone’s favorite, FarmVille. Gamers – that pledge of yours may have to be rewritten just a few months from now. According to Variety, Sid Meier’s [...]
Google has launched its Google Chrome browser, and competitors are quite worried. They are worried not because Google has entered the browser war which was expected for some time but because Chrome is more than just a browser. Google wants to take over the Internet world, more or less, by providing a browser which is [...]
With Google’s new nifty browser Chrome getting all the press, they’ve quietly put out Picasa 3. Picasa is Google’s photo sharing service and it just got a whole lot of attention with some very exciting upgrades. And like most of Google’s products, its free and striving to be as simple as possible.
An Adobe spokeswoman on Tuesday confirmed that the company will launch its CS4 suite on September 23. According to our preview, Creative Suite 4 will include new versions of Dreamweaver,Fireworks, and Soundbooth. No other details were provided, but at least we know the date. We’ll have more details on the actual day of the launch.
Microsoft’s latest version of its dominant Internet Explorer web browser could threaten the rise of online targeted-advertising because it allows users to access websites in private, reports James Quinn.
Microsoft has confirmed that it will add several new privacy features to its forthcoming Internet Explorer 8 browser that will allow users to cover their digital tracks while surfing the Web.
It’ll cost a pretty penny for that plane ticket to Italy, lodging and other expenditures required to step into a gondola on the Grand Canal in Venice, look around, and have the gondolier take you closer to points of interest along the canal. But with Microsoft’s new PhotoSynth software and Web site, you can now [...]
Backup Platinum is a software that backups your data on many types of storage media, easily. It supports hard drives, USB drives, CDs, DVDs or Blu-Ray and can also send the data to a FTP server or through a Local Area Network. It is very easy to use and your data will be secure, due [...]
The Fedora 9 Sulphur was finally released and we heard that its the best ever. This new version of the OS features a better KDE Desktop 4.0.3, improved Bluetooth support, FreeIPA support, revised Anaconda system installer and persistent USB key support. I think that it’s available on all torrents. Hurry up and tell us what [...]