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Basic guide for IE 9

Tweet The Internet Explorer 9 has been officially launched last Monday. The new browser from Microsoft is packed with lots of interesting new tools such as the taskbar shortcuts, jumplists, HTML 5 support, acceleration of the hardware that gives it more graphic performance, and it packs an interface that is so sleek that you feel that this new addition to …

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Google Translate: better than learning a new language in school

Tweet A lot of people have been, from time immemorial wanting to bridge that gap between people from different races. That gap that’s larger than the great barrier reef: the language barrier. That’s Google’s objective with Translate app for Android. This is a free app that helps people who travel a lot to different countries better communicate with the locals—and …

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Facebook’s fight against developers that sideline as data leakers

Tweet Remember the fuzz about third-party Facebook developers leaking user information to Internet tracking firms? Turns out those concerns have basis and are justified. Facebook has just acknowledged in a recent statement that some developers were deliberately selling user IDs (UIDs) to data brokerage firms. The user IDs are numbers that are uniquely identified with your Facebook account and are …

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Facebook’s revamp on Groups

Tweet Good news for all of you (or us) Facebook users out there! Facebook recently launched new features that will make your Facebook experience much more rewarding and intuitive. One of them is a revamp of the “Groups” feature that that makes it easier for you and Facebook’s millions of members to manage your online friendships into groups; another feature …

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The rise of malicious HTML in e-mail

Tweet Spammers have kicked it up a notch. They’re actually using malicious HTML file attachments. Spam that’s built around HTML is not a new thing, but it does seem to have become a hit for in the last year for the spamming community. A leading alternative is the phony “Delivery Status Notification Failure,” which is lame way to get the …

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Facebook resolves the glitch

Tweet Facebook is one of the leaders in the social network media. And almost everyone uses it every minute, every hour of every single day. It should always be flawless and glitches are to be avoided at all costs. Well, not all the time I’m afraid. Facebook recently experienced technical glitches that made its website so slow, the turtle is …

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Another new from Google:Family Safety Center

Tweet Google adds a new resource specifically made for parents so that they are able to keep their kids safe while surfing the Internet: it’s the all-new Family Safety Center. Google wrote in a blog post, “With kids growing up in an age where digital know-how is essential, it’s increasingly important to ensure that they’re developing healthy, safe and responsible …

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Introducing: Google Instant

Tweet Google now searches the Web as you type—not after you type. Yes, you heard it right. The search giant introduced Google Instant and promises to save users time. The new tools were set to roll out in the U.S. and will spread internationally through the rest of the week. Businesses that work hard to be found in Google’s results …

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The Moderator: YouTube’s newest feature

Tweet You all know what Youtube is and how it has affected many lives for the past five years. In that span of time, people has gotten to know what youtube is all about. You used it to share everything that you wanted to share caught on video. Vocal. That’s exactly what YouTube is all about. How did you become …

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Hi-Tech Communication: Is it a Blessing or a Curse?

Tweet You are in the era of hi-technology. Everything is instant. You’ve got the whole world in your hands. You can reach people in far distances. With one click of the mouse and you’ll be connected with your loved ones abroad. What would life be without hi-tech communication? In this post, we will try to find out if the kind of communication …

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