Google releases HTTPS-only browsing mode to Chrome

January 10, 2009 – 4:56 am | by Steve Google releases HTTPS-only browsing mode to Chrome

Google decided to release the pre-beta version for Google Chrome 2.0 of HTTPS-only browsing mode. This feature will allow users to add ‘force-https’ to the Google Chrome account. In other words, the websites with the SSL certificate error will not load in the latest Chrome mode.

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The new Vodafone Sony Ericsson W715 Walkman phone

January 10, 2009 – 2:26 am | by Steve The new Vodafone Sony Ericsson W715 Walkman phone

Sony Ericsson in collaboration with Vodafone recently introduced an addition to their line up, of W715 Walkman phone. The new Sony Ericsson W715 seems to be much similar to one of their previous model; W705 except the fact that they have improved the color chemistry.

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Google introduces Picasa for Mac users

January 9, 2009 – 11:36 pm | by Steve Google introduces Picasa for Mac users

Google finally decided to release Google Picasa, the famous photo organizer, editor, photo sharing software for the Mac users at the MacWorld ’09. Picasa software together with Picasa web Albums can be helpful in nearly every aspect regarding owning, maintaining and organizing a digital camera.

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iPhone and Mac HD blessed with SlingPlayer

January 9, 2009 – 9:15 am | by Steve iPhone and Mac HD blessed with SlingPlayer

Mac and iPhone users will now be able to enjoy SlingPlayer which will allow them to stream high-def material. The wholly owned subsidiary of EchoStar Corporation; Sling Media, Inc. has yet to determine the price for iPhone and Mac users to enjoy the service.

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iPhone business applications are on the go

January 9, 2009 – 8:27 am | by Steve iPhone business applications are on the go

Recently, Apple decided to provide iPhone applications for connecting with the business systems and boosting up mobile productivity. And probably that’s the reason why iPhone 3G and iPhone 2.X software introduced Microsoft exchange support, secure VPN and wireless networking and remote management.

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Mac-Windows collaboration seen positive by Microsoft

January 9, 2009 – 8:02 am | by Steve Mac-Windows collaboration seen positive by Microsoft

Microsoft announced it would provide Entourage Exchange Web Services and Document Collaboration to Mac users. In other words, Microsoft decided to launch new Mac software later this year that will allow Office 2008 for Mac users collaborate those running the Windows version of the application.

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MacBook Wheel introduced by Apple

January 8, 2009 – 8:03 am | by Steve MacBook Wheel introduced by Apple

Macintosh laptops have experienced a totally new revolution by the Apple’s introduction of a laptop which comes with a wheel. In other words, this particular Macintosh notebook has no keyboard! in fact, it has no keys, except a giant wheel and a huge button.

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VMware Fusion 2 Beta 2 for Mac; Review

January 8, 2009 – 6:52 am | by Steve VMware Fusion 2 Beta 2 for Mac; Review

VMware some time back released a second beta version (Beta 2) for their VMware Fusion 2 product. VMware Fusion is a virtualization software for the Mac that allows user to run other operating systems on a particular system at the same time when other operating systems are in use.

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iWork upgrade introduced by Apple

January 8, 2009 – 6:08 am | by Steve iWork upgrade introduced by Apple

Apple launched a new version of iWork with the addition of latest productivity features. According to Apple, the iWork is a collection of business productivity tools and iWork ’09 features new versions of numbers, pages and keynotes.

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iTunes plug-in TuneUp for Mac

January 8, 2009 – 5:37 am | by Steve iTunes plug-in TuneUp for Mac

TuneUp is basically an iTunes plug-in for Mac that cleans up music collections by selecting an audio finger print of mislabeled tracks in a user’s library and completing the missing information through cross-reference of Gracenote’s 90 million songs database. 

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