Opera has always been one of my favourite browers. It’s fast and they have steady update to valuations. It still needs to go a long way to get close to Chrome or Firefox in terms of add-on support, but it’s a good alternate browser, if you need one.
Messenger is a new app that brings Facebook to your desktop. While you surf the web or use other applications on your computer, you can: Chat and message with your friends on Facebook See the latest updates from your friends in ticker Get quick notifications about what’s going on Messenger lets you use Facebook without being on www.facebook.
And not just on your iPad, but also your Blackberry Tablet, Windows and Android devices! If you love to read and you can’t keep away from your newspapers, then PressReader is one the best apps that you can download for this purpose. PressReader is the only application that lets you read a growing list of over 2,100 full-content newspapers from 95 countries in 54 languages available through the world’s largest online newspaper and magazine kiosk PressDisplay.
Stuff we’d like to throw into the black-hole, Microsoft’s new retail store, how to hack the iPhone (well, not really…), it’s all in here!
Microsoft has confirmed the final product names for Windows 7. This time there is an interesting mix, and you’ll find out why when you read on. A few days ago a rumor claimed Microsoft was making a specific product edition for netbooks, but now you know that’s not true.
Windows 7 Beta was released two days and Microsoft’s servers went for a toss. The problems have now been fixed and you can now download the ISO directly from Microsoft servers. You can even pick it up using Bittorrent or other Torrent software.
Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer has announced that a test version of the US software titan’s Windows 7 operating system will be available worldwide on Friday. Earlier he had announced that Windows 7 is nearing completion and is almost ready for release. Windows 7 Beta will be available for all users for testing or regular use until the final version is made available.
Windows 7 has come out an amazing new method of handling windows. Windows XP and Vista are without this features. The feature that I am talking about is the ability to drag windows to snap them along the sides of your screen.