Archive for the ‘Web 2.0’ Category

If you cast your minds back to last year, you may remember a little feature introduced by Google-owned YouTube, which allowed users to effortlessly convert standard videos to 3D.

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Google seems to be implementing Skype-like technologies into Chrome, if a recent build of Chromium is any indication. For starters, the inclusion of this technology will allow video and audio chats though Google Talk without the need for a proprietary plugin. But what could this mean for the rest of the industry?

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Microsoft has finally taken the wraps off its shiny new web browser: Internet Explorer 9. The beta version of IE 9 is now available for download for users running both 32 and 64-bit versions of Windows 7 and Vista.

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In a few hours from now, Microsoft will officially unveil Internet Explorer 9 Beta to the world. Folks at Fast Company have already got their hands on Microsoft’s latest attempt to reinvent the browser. If the screenshots posted below are anything to go by, boy or boy this looks awesome!

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So the Digg v4 was launched yesterday. A monster full of bugs as if no testing was done before it was made available to public on a busy day at a busy hour. Bugs weren’t the only thing which made me think that way, everything about new digg seems like it was never tested.

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The founder and CEO of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg has made it official !! As of today morning, the largest social networking site is now 500 million members strong and growing.

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According to a new report released by Oxygen Media and Lightspeed Research, about one-third of women on Facebook between 18 to 34 in age check this social networking site in the morning as the first thing even before going to bathroom. Some of the other astonishing facts deduced from this research on young women are as follows.

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This is big news for Hulu users! The future of television is here!! The official Hulu blog has confirmed the popular American TV service for the iPhone, iPad, Xbox LIVE and PlayStation 3 platforms. Dubbed as Hulu Plus, this premium service will offer more than what you’d expect from Hulu’s free service. It will feature entire season of shows which are otherwise available in limited quantities only on the free service, as well as other programs that are not available via Hulu on the web.

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Facebook is on a web ruling spree with their famous, yet somewhat controversial “Like” button. By now, you must have seen the “Like” button on many blogs and startups. And now Facebook is taking that “Like” button even further! You can now also “Like” comments on Facebook. The feature though is not live for everyone, and might take some time before complete roll-out.

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Internet Explorer 9 is shaping out to be quite a significant jump over its current incarnation i.e. Internet Explorer 8. The first platform preview of IE9, which was released back in March at MIX10 had significant performance increase over IE8. The new IE9 Preview 2 has even more improvements. The first platform preview of IE9 scored an impressive 55 out of 100 on Acid3 test. This number has now reached 68.

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After the fantastic discovery of Water on the moon last week, here comes yet another astronomical event that shouldn’t be missed at any cost. The annual Leonid meteor shower will peak on the dawn of November 17th (or 18th in some places) and will be visible all over the world. According to NASA, the best time to view the Leonid meteor shower in United States is after 1:30 AM EST (Eastern Standard Time) on 17th.

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The habitants of the Planet Earth and especially the NASA scientists, were indeed highly delighted by discovering the presence of water on its satellite planet Moon. Earlier in our post, we have given a detailed overview of this mission. Google, as we had already explained in our earlier posts, is known for celebrating important events and personalities in its own peculiar way by changing its doodle on the Google.com homepage to represent that particular day or event in such a way that it truly reflects and confirms to the occasion. Today, Google has changed its logo globally, with a space-inspired doodle, to mark the discovery of water on Moon which, is an essential for life to go on.

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