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10 Reasons Why IE6 needs to be Killed

Tweet Internet Explorer 6 is the sixth version of the Internet Explorer browser series which was developed by Microsoft for their Windows operating system and released back on August 27, 2001. This version of IE is totally obsolete and ships with legacy versions of windows. As we all know, even Microsoft has stopped support for Windows XP and all their …

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Apple iPad – Love it or Hate it but you can’t Ignore it

Tweet Apple has been on a massive high with the huge success of the  iPhone. I think this success and glory sparked an idea  to develop a product that would be a cross between the iPhone and the MacBook (or maybe this was part of the master plan from day one). They planned to get the best features and interfaces …

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Video: The Last Mile

Tweet Fantastic talk by Sendhil Mullainathan that has some great implications. Well worth watching. Oh… And did you say ‘Blue’? Go on.. tell the truth… Image here.

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Sneak Preview: iPad Dashboard

Tweet Here’s a video showing a sneak preview of the Dashboard on the iPad. Do you have any links to any more sneak previews?

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How Do You Feel About Geolocation?

Tweet SocialMediaToday poses a few interesting questions in light of the recent popularity of applications like FourSquare: “Is this needed?” “How will it significantly improve my life?” “What are the potential consequences of using this?” Personally I am still not sure the benefits of it outweigh the privacy risks associated with it. Foursquare and geotagging is useful for friends in …

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Infinite USB Plug

Tweet Endagadget reports that a Chinese design student Gonglue Jiang has shown a new way to overcome the limitations imposed by the scarcity of USB ports on some computers. There’s no need to hot swap devices into a single port.

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Innovative: Sketch a Search App

Tweet Yahoo released an iPhone app that lets you literally draw a circle around a specific area and search restaurants inside that custom area. This is an excellent upgrade over searching ‘near’ current location and getting lots of useless results. For me, this is the first big thing I have seen that’s a benefit over Google maps. Kudos to Yahoo …

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Rumor: MacBook Pro Upgrades Coming

Tweet     From Mashable We’ve also seen hints flying around recently that Apple is working on a processor upgrade for its Mac lines to Intel Core i5 and Core i7 chips. The MacRumors Buying Guide, which tracks upgrade rumors and average hardware refresh times, also currently lists the Macbook Pro, Air and Mac Pro units as status “Don’t Buy …

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Clutterpad is here: Awesome Project Management

Tweet We’ve all been waiting and Clutterpad is finally here. So what is it? It’s an awesome online project management and collaboration tool with todo lists, calendars, messages, chat rooms, contacts, document version control and an online file manager. Visit the Clutterpad Tour Page to view video tours of each section. Alternatively, Sign up now to get a free 1-month …

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No Copy/Paste on Windows 7 Smart Phones

Tweet Looks like the new Windows 7 phones will lack a key feature – cut/copy/paste. Will they face the same wrath Apple did when it was originally left off the iPhone?

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