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Chrome Web Store Link Appears In Chromium


Chrome Web Store Link Appears In Chromium

The latest version of Chromium from the Dev Channel now has the apps section and a link for the Chrome Web Store by default.

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By Ricky on August 29th
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The Social Web Goes Open Source On Sept. 15! [Diaspora]


The Social Web Goes Open Source On Sept. 15! [Diaspora]

Diaspora, your privacy aware, personally controlled, do-it-all, open source social network gears up for it’s first release on September 15, 2010!

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By Zenobia on August 27th
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Review of rekonq 0.5


Review of rekonq 0.5

A while ago, we explained how you can install rekonq 0.5 in Kubuntu. rekonq is going to become the default web browser in Kubuntu 10.10. But, how good is rekonq? Does it have private browsing mode? How is its Javascript performance? We attempt to find out.

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By Ricky on July 8th
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“Bharat Bandh” Tops Twitter’s Trending Topics – Power Of 1 Billion Bored Indians


“Bharat Bandh” – the hindi term for India Strike has topped the twitter trending topics lists. Well, this is power you see – power of 1 billion bored Indians.

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By Debjit on July 5th
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Get Ready To Chirp!!! – First Ever Twitter Developer Conference


Get Ready To Chirp!!! – First Ever Twitter Developer Conference

Twitter has finally joined the list of Developer Conference organisers by hosting their first ever conference, Chirp, on 14th -15th April 2010 in San Francisco

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By Debjit on April 10th
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Google aims for easier 3D Web on Windows


Google announced a move Thursday that could broaden the appeal of a nascent 3D Web graphics technology called WebGL. A year ago Mozilla and the Khronos Group announced WebGL, which gives Web programmers a way to use hardware-accelerated 3D graphics on their Web pages, and in December, the two issued a draft WebGL standard. One hurdle, though,…

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By Ricky on March 20th
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It’s Official: Facebook Rules the Web


Facebook ruled the Web last week just squeaking past Google to become the most popular online destination among United States users. For the week ending March 13, Facebook claimed 7.07 percent of U.S. Internet visits, while Google was right behind the social network with 7.03 percent, according to metrics firm Experian Hitwise. Compared to the same…

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By Ricky on March 17th
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Twitter to Be Available @Anywhere


Rumor had it that Twitter was going to unveil its advertising strategy and platform at cofounder Ev Williams’ keynote yesterday at the South by Southwest conference in Austin. Wrong! Instead, Williams announced something called @anywhere. The Twitter blog post on @anywhere isn’t terribly explicit about what it is, but it’s at least a rough equivalent of Facebook…

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By Ricky on March 17th
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The dark side of the web


When Google indexes so many billions of web pages that it doesn’t even bother listing the number any more, it’s hard to imagine that much lies beyond its far-reaching tentacles. Beneath, however, lies an online world that few know exists. It’s a realm of huge, untapped reserves of valuable information containing sprawling databases, hidden websites…

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By Ricky on March 14th
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