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Chrome 13 Features Instant Pages & Print Preview

With surveys declaring IE users dumb and of low IQ, Chrome is definitely making news as the fastest and lightest web browser ever made. I don’t doubt Chrome’s speed and portability; however, calling IE users “low IQ” is a little rude. Isn’t it?

Apart from these stories what we are talking about is search giant Google’s newer version of their self proclaimed world’s fastest browser, Google Chrome.

Twitter Redevelops The Web Page For iPad

Looks like to many social networking websites, iPad is a thing they sure have to adapt to. With a brand name like Apple, it’s no wonder they get all the street cred.

Although there had been applications for using both Twitter and Facebook on the iPad, neither of these social networking behemoths were satisfied with their performance. Therefore, Facebook started Project Spartan, an effort to develop a separate HTML5 based Facebook page for the iPad.

Mozilla Plans New Operating System

There is currently a race going on between smartphones’ operating system companies Google and Apple, both leading with their Android and iOS operating systems. But guess what? Mozilla is also joining the race.

Mozilla has announced that it will be working on development of a new opeating system. This will be an open source operating system. It is code named as “Boot To Gecko” as it is powered by Gecko, a layout rendering engine. It will be a completely open source operating system unlike Android.

The Comic Industry Is Working On An iComic Store

To most of us using the latest technology and gadgets, it is useful and convenient. But hasn’t the fog of technology and gadgets taken over the old charms of reading books in bed or having to wait for a comic to arrive mid-week? They have taken away the joy we used to have on Wednesdays when a new version of the Batman or the X-Men comic was released.

People anxiously awaited for the new release and rushed to the comic stores to get their favorite reading. Technology has taken a huge leap with the release of tablets. Even the hardcore comic fans are taking cheap exits by getting their favorite material through piracy and other type of downloads. This is kind of setback for the traditional Comic business.

Adiós, Fake Apple Stores!

The Chinese government and the investigating authorities have been involved in a big hustle over the past few weeks involving the fake Chinese Apple Stores in Kunming. The fake stores were the lime light of the city and the people behind it were reported when someone blogged about two apple stores in the city when there was no Apple store providing services in that area.

The Land of the Dragons is known for its counterfeit market and copyright infringement all over the globe more than it is known for Dragon remains and Emperors. The accused owner has even said that they were doing it for the good of the people and that they were doing Apple a favor and the employees claim that they were made to believe that this is an official Apple store.

Adobe Aiming To Move Up In The App Market

Adobe, the digital media and web developing company will close Adobe inMarket and Adobe Airplace.

The company is aiming to pass the privilege to multiple platforms, as this would be more profitable and will help the firm develop an even better image in front of the world in the coming future. Both of the above mentioned stores are announced to close in August.

Buggy Update Of Facebook iPhone App

Lots of users are angry over the recent update to Facebook’s iPhone app. The latest release was suposed to be fixing the problem but it went in opposite. Instead of fixing the bug it created more bugs for the users.

Facebook promised to release another update but still they are stucked at version 3.4.3

After Much Chaos, Google+ Seems To Have Settled

Google+ caught the eye of the world even when the project wasn’t complete. Even though the users were limited to around 750 million, people wanted it like crazy.

Is Google’s social networking service better than its competitors? Or Do people want a change from their old social networks? The answer lies in the latter one. With Google+, users are getting the change they want.

Skype Vulnerability Allows Intruders, Fix Coming Soon

The popular Voice Over IP service, Skype, has a serious security issue that can allow a hacker to gain access into a contact’s account. The guy who discovered the serious flaw is Levent Kayan, and he claims that the vulnerability can even make the computer itself prone to a cyber attack.

The problem is based off a cross-site scripting vulnerability that enables hackers to embed JavaScript in the mobile phone field of the victims profile description.

Huawei Ascend II W/Gingerbread: $180 No Contract

Cricket has just launched another Android smartphone that not only looks gorgeous but will make your wallet happy too! The phone is built from the factories of Huawei and its dubbed the Ascend II.

Featuring a 3.5″ HVGA touch-screen, this budget Android phone has everything you need to stay connected on the 3G network. First and foremost, let me answer the question that is probably on everybody’s mind right now: yes, the operating system is Android Gingerbread.