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A city councilor in Massachusetts thinks he's come up with a way to stop people looking at pornography on public library computers - name them and shame them.
The Android 2.2 rollout has finally begun, starting with Google’s flagship phone, the Nexus One.
Google's Chrome browser has overtaken Apple's Safari in the United States, according to web analytics company StatCounter. Although there are many different companies measuring traffic, StatCounter is one of the big names in this area, and according to its latest stats, Chrome is now in 3rd place, behind Microsoft's Internet Explorer and Mozilla.
Wow, sending e-letters to your friends and relatives in your own handwriting would really appeal to many people.
Russell Kirsch says he's sorry. More than 50 years ago, Kirsch took a picture of his infant son and scanned it into a computer. It was the first digital image: a grainy, black-and-white baby picture that literally changed the way we view the world. With it, the smoothness of images captured on film was shattered to bits.
Google released a new update to the official version of Chrome that has Adobe's Flash turned on by default.
Mozilla has released a Firefox update that introduces support for plugin isolation. It will prevent Flash crashes from taking down the whole browser.
News, notes and ramblings from the Mozilla project
Advanced search engines will meet you halfway, by providing forms for advanced searches, better interpreting your queries, suggesting keywords, or finding unusual context.
A federal judge wants to know why it's proper to lump 5,000 anonymous P2P defendants into a single court case.
Vuvuzela is the musical instrument from South Africa that became world famous with the FIFA World Cup in 2010. For some people it is really annoying and for others it adds to the spirit of the game.
Have you faced limited bandwidth problem on your Hosting service? Mostly , blogger suffered with exceed bandwidth problem.
VLC 1.1.0 was just released by VideoLAN.GPU and DSP decoding on selected platforms, new support for codecs, demuxers and muxers, Lua extensions and Lua content extensions (luaSD), improved interfaces, removal of lots of modules, rewrite of many modules in order to improve performance...
There's crashed...and then there's CRASHED. Typically, there's no one pat reason or cause for a PC crash. So we've put together a rundown of the solutions for any possible issue, from basic fixes to tackling a totally dead hard drive. Here's the gamut of solutions for recovering your data and, perhaps, your whole system before it's too late.
The new Firefox addon, quietly released just couple of days changes the entire way you can communicate with your friends online.
See the Unreal Engine rendering 25,000 oil barrels in one go!