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Bloglines – R.I.P

I’ve been on the RSS feed reading wagon for a few good years. I’m not sure for how long, but should be pretty close to a decade by now.
I’ve started with different dedicated clients, like most of us, and at some point switched to a Web-based RSS reader. And once you go Web-based, you can [...]

How to access hidden Facebook content without clicking Like

A new emerging trend on Facebook is spreading like wildfire these days, and it’s a very annoying trend.
You get constant Facebook updates from friends, saying they Liked “A really interesting/funny/amazingĀ  photo/movie/scoop” and when clicking on the link the actual content is hidden and you must press “Like” in order to gain access to that item.
Well, [...]

Google Chrome OS Revealed

I was waiting for this for a long time, just an hour ago Google held a press conference and finally revealed the Google Chrome OS details.
To be honest I wasn’t blown away. It was pretty much what I expected.
It’s still interesting and cool. And for better or worse, that’s the direction technology seems to go.
So [...]

Gmail finally out of Beta. After 5 years.

Wow, while the previous post about the Google OS is certainly a million times more important, I was actually more surprised by this one from Google: After 5 years of being labled as Beta, Gmail is finally officially out of Beta.
Actually the whole Google Apps suite, which Gmail is part of, is finally out of [...]

Firefox 3.5 Officially Released

Mozilla Firefox 3.5 is now officially available for download.
Other then being the Fastest Firefox Ever, new features include a Private Browsing Mode to hide browser activity, a JavaScript engine known as TraceMonkey, new location services, Open Video, and HTML5 support.
[Via: Digg]