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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 [...]

FREE Microsoft Security Essentials Released

Microsoft Security Essentials, the FREE anti-malware client from Microsoft is globally released according to Microsoft’s Press Release.
So far it’s been in limited beta only. I’ve been using it for a few weeks now and it’s pretty cool. Lightweight and easy on the system.
A free, downloadable, lightweight (and still-to-be-proven GOOD) anti-virus from Microsoft can seriously re-shuffle [...]

VLC Media Player 1.0.0 Released

VLC media player, the best open source, multi-platform, codec independent, video player is finally out of Beta!
It’s truly the best out there. Supports Windows, Linux and Mac. Will play literally anything you’ll throw at it without installing anything else. I’ve been using it for years now, it was ALWAYS in Beta. Not anymore, it’s now [...]

Years of rumors were true: Google announces Google Chrome OS

All of us have heard many rumors for the last 5 years or so. Google are secretly developing an operating system that would rival the other giant in the playing ground (MS).
So now it’s finally official: The Official Google Blog has posted today a post titled Introducing the Google Chrome OS. It’ll be out next [...]

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]