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July 2009


Microsoft offers ‘ballot screen’ fix in EU antitrust case

July 25th, 2009

Microsoft is planning to settle EU antitrust case by providing the European users an option to choose the favorite web browsers, in the upcoming Windows 7 OS. As per this settlement the users in Europe will be given a “ballot screen” from where they ...

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Surf on Google Wave from September

July 24th, 2009

Here is a sophisticated communication tool from Google. According to sources, Google Wave, which was unveiled at the end of May, will go live on September 30th. Through Google Wave users can create ‘customizable communication and collaboration tool’ ...

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Run PC applications from your mobile using JPC

July 20th, 2009

Researches for making of mobile versions of the much used PC applications have become a booming tendency in the technological sector these days, and here is the latest among the list. A team of researchers from the University of Oxford, UK have succe...

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Fight Against Phishing

July 14th, 2009

Are you looking for an extra reassurance to keep away from phishing problems? Phishing messages are spam mails that betray recipients and often get access to their personal information. These fraudulent messages that arise in our inbox may often look...

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Ten Examples Of Unconventional Site Navigations

July 02th, 2009

The first thing that an average user looks in a website design would be user friendly navigation menus. But sometimes the imagination of certain designers go in a very peculiar way, creating website designs and the navigation links that go literally ...

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