Thursday, March 25, 2010 has got a new bodykit! has dropped its old, ugly user interface. Now is equiped all new user interface. It seems like they have got some (no HUGE!) impression from Yahoo! web portal that they recently aquired. Looks like Microsoft's deal with Yahoo is going in good direction (at least for Microsoft products). As usual is using Bing search engine. Hope you enjoy MSNing! ;-)

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Facebook Vulnerabilities

Be extra careful when installing/enabling Facebook Applications. There are some Facebook applications which automatically tag friends in all of your photos and post comments with links to this application. These applications takes your uploaded photos and tags about 15-25 friends. It will aslo add comments under your name, so your friends can see it. These comments may include links to these kind of applications and some other malicious websites.

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Gmail - Beta No More

Google Gmail - Out of Beta
From today onwards Google has announced that they are removing beta from logos of several Google Apps services. Which means Google Apps is out of beta. Gmail has been in beta status for 5+ years. Other major Google Apps services which are out of beta status are,

Friday, July 3, 2009

Upgrade to Firefox 3.5

Firefox 3.5 is out with whole lot of improvements and features.

  • Plugin free video/audio/media. (With new HTML Standard support)
  • Private browsing (Porn Mode)
  • Improved Tabs
  • Much faster rendering.

Find out more about Features, Performance, ecurity and Speed Mozilla Firefox.

You can download all new Firefox 3.5 or Just click on Help menu then select Check for Updates to upgrade web browser.

Happy browising!

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Time to speed up your web application!

Researchers at Google Cooperation has taken another step to speed up online user experience. Now they are going to speed up web sites. Well not that they got special magic to do it. They try to direct the web developers to do the right thing to speed up web. You can find more information about it on Google Code "speed" project and Official Google Research blog release.

Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Mozilla Ubiquity

Mozilla Ubiquity is still under heavy development in Mozilla Labs. It is indeed very innovative and user friendly approach to enhance the World Wide Web experience of the users. It allows you to typing things in natural language and it do the rest.

First you need to install Ubiquity add-on. Go to Ubiquity home page and get the Firefox add-on. You have to restart the browser. On Linux you can activate it by pressing, "ALT+SPACE" and on windows "CTRL+SPACE".

You will get a good idea about by watching following video:

Looks like Ubiquity will appear on the next Firefox major release. ;-)

Friday, January 30, 2009

Personalized New Tab Page for Firefox

Google Toolbar 5 Beta is providing "Opera Speed Dial" like user interface for Firefox New Tab Page. "Opera Speed Dial" like user interface is already available on Google Chrome. With Google Toolbar 5 Beta you can get the same functionality plus more configuration opportunities and enhanced services.