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What Your Email Address Says About Your Computer Skills!

5 Chrome Extensions for more Safe and Secure Browsing

No doubt, Google Chrome is a best, fast and secure web browser! But it never hurts to bolster your defenses, and there are plenty of good chrome extensions for doing just that over in the official Google Chrome Extensions Gallery. So after compiling a list of chrome

Steve Jobs Responds to Gizmodo (iPhone 4G / HD Photos)

Steve Jobs is not happy, here is his response to Gizmodo’s publishing of a teardown of the iPhone 4G, and photos.

Plagiarism Detector – Best Sites to Check the Copy Contents

Plagiarism is a serious and growing problem on the Web. At any moment, anyone in the world can copy your online content and instantly paste it onto their own site. After making minor changes, they will claim your content as their own. The Web is built on

Windows 7 v/s Ubuntu 10.04

Phoronix have recently conductes tests in which six uniquely different systems are used and ran Microsoft Windows 7 Professional x64 and Ubuntu 10.04 LTS x86_64 on each of them with a set of 55 tests (actually, more than 165 if considering that each test is usually run

Best Browser Speed Tests – Video

Jailbreak iPad 3g with Spirit – Video

iPad 3G has been successfully jailbroken. Few hours ago, MuscleNerd of iPhone Dev Team has just tweeted pictures and a video, showing a jailbroken iPad running Cydia. The upcoming Spirit userland jailbreaking software is real and it works. Spirit jailbreak (untethered) works well for the iPhone, iPod

Brian Hogan – Iphone 4/ HD finder apologzise on his mistake

Brian J. Hogan has been identified as a 21-YEAR-OLD Californian man who found and sold an Apple iPhone prototype to tech blog Gizmodo.This action of him force the tech world to focus on him this morning. Hogan says although he was paid by tech site Gizmodo, he

Steve Jobs: "Flash Is No Longer Necessary", wait is it Really?

Steve Jobs has just posted a long open letter on Flash, listing all the reasons why Apple has decided not to support it on the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. In short, Steve Jobs claims Flash drains the battery of mobile devices; it’s not very good for

Ubuntu 10.04 LTS (Lucid Lynx) Released!

Ubuntu 10.04 LTS (Lucid Lynx) has arrived officialy, Ubuntu 10.04 is a long-term support (LTS) release. A Typical Ubuntu versions get 18 months of updates, but LTS releases are supported for 3 years on desktop computers and 5 years on servers. LTS are low on new Features.