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3 Steps to Get You Started on Usenet

Users who love sharing knowledge and ideas should definitely consider subscribing to Usenet. Usenet has been around for more than a decade and has provided users from all across the globe with a public discussion forum. Usenet is a collection of newsgroups that are further divided into sub-groups.

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Samsung Galaxy R – Missing in Action

Samsung’s Galaxy R is the Galaxy S2’s little sibling. Like any younger brother, its arrival will be celebrated, but in a more muted manner than that afforded the S2. As with any eagerly-anticipated newborn, information on Galaxy R contracts is subject to change: there’s only so much you can glean from a blurry in utero scan.

4 x 4S: How Does the New iPhone Compare Against its Predecessor?

It doesn’t have a bigger screen, and the handset is ostensibly identical, but on the inside, the iPhone 4S has certainly improved. Much of the attention surrounding the release of iPhone 4S deals has focused on the differences between the extant iPhone and the model that’s set to take its place.  Here’s an overview of the main reasons why the 4S is a single letter and a whole world ahead of the iPhone 4.

Advantages of Using DNS for Faster Internet Access

The kind of access you get to the internet often varies significantly depending on your location, and sometimes, it doesn’t matter how fast your internet connection is access to some websites will still be slow. Speed is one of the most important factors to consider when connecting to the internet, and it is important to know that the fact that a particular website is taking ages to load doesn’t necessarily mean your internet connection is slow. Based on constant research, and my experience with getting slow internet connections to be faster, I have discovered a lot of great ways to access the internet in a faster way, and one such way is through the use of a DNS service.

Adobe Flash coming to the iPhone

Apple and Adobe are teaming up to create a flash player for the iPhone. Narayen (Adobe Executive) said that he was “pleased with progress” since June of 2008. Apple CEO Steve Jobs originally claimed that Adobe Flash was too resource-heavy for the iPhone.