Archive for the ‘internet’ Category



by Max Lee on September 2nd, 2008
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Google launches their own open-source browser coined, Google Chrome.  You can read about why Google decided to launch their browser here. Under the hood, we were able to build the foundation of a browser that runs today’s complex web applications much better . By keeping each tab in an isola ...
by Max Lee on August 23rd, 2008
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ErrorKey.com for finding solutions to Computer Errors! This new site called ErrorKey promises you to find solutions for common computer errors. To use, simply type in the error you get (such as error 15) and keep your fingers crossed while you hope that there’s a solution for it. It looks pret ...
by Max Lee on August 20th, 2008
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Yahoo Search now on iPhone! Yahoo Search is now officially available on the iPhone as a customized web app on the iPhone.  I think they were a little late but better late than never. In response to Google’s popular app for the iPhone, Yahoo announced today that it has launched its own online iPh ...
by Max Lee on August 5th, 2008
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Here’s a cool site called, KinetiCast, that will allow you to create online presentations with twist of media such as YouTube and other cool neat features not found in MS Office. * Easy to use…create and send in minutes * Add PowerPoint slides, pictures, links & video * No programm ...
by Max Lee on July 28th, 2008
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Cuil, a new search engine developed by former-Google workers, has just been launched with the idea that it’s the biggest search engine on the web. Well, that’s hardly anywhere near the truth as Google has always been the biggest search engine over the last decade. With a simple search o ...
by Max Lee on July 24th, 2008
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Google(GOOG) has just announced public opening of their new wiki-knowledge product called “Knol”. After months of deliberation since December of last year, this project is finally open for people to use. Let’s take a quick look: For responding to a Knol subject such as this Lung ...
by Max Lee on July 9th, 2008
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Here’s a fun little IM tool that lets you add virtual clothing to your web cam pictures. * Work for all webcam programs * Add a variety of effects over webcam * Download thousands of online effects * Record video with effects and broadcast on YouTube or your Blog * Share your screen with frie ...
by Max Lee on July 8th, 2008
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In recent news, Bell has been accused by Google for throttling certain internet traffic in Canada which illegal under Canadian telecommunications law. I am glad that Google is getting behind this since they have some power to deal with. I think internet throttling is just a scam for telecommunicatio ...

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