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Stumbleupon launches its Toolbar-less Browsing Feature!

Stumbleupon launches its Toolbar-less browsing feature, of course, it seems that they have picked on our ideas from SiteHoppin, which is originally based on Toolbar-less browsing.

You can test both out yourself and judge which one is better, I still think my SiteHoppin rocks over SU’s new toolbar-lessness.

Test out SU Web Version

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Recap of Google Chrome Hacks Blog This Week!

Remember we made a new blog to cover tips and hacks for the Google Chrome?

Here’s a re-cap of interesting hacks and tips this week:

Resize your textbox – Google Chrome lets you resize any textbox of any website

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Google Chrome Hacks Blog Launched!

Google Chrome Hacks Blog Launched!

Google Chrome Hacks Blog was launched today.

We had to settle on Chrome-hacks.net although we wanted to get Chromehacks.com.

We will be doing a lot of posts on the latest tips, hacks, and other news just for the Google Chrome browser so make sure to subscribe to RSS feed.

For the mother of God and for whatever reason, we just launched another new blog, of course it’s called

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Google Chrome EULA in question?

Google Chrome EULA in question?

Google Chrome EULA has been confusing some of the bloggers recently, check out what the fuss is about at Zedomax.Net.

In a recent post over at Gizmodo about the Google Chrome’s End User License Agreement (EULA), Google supposedly owns everything that you “do” on the Google Chrome.

Of course, we think that the EULA was just worded vaguely but probably didn’t mean to mean that Google is going to own everything you do on the Google Chrome browser.

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Google Chrome Browser Launched by Google!

Google Chrome Browser Launched by Google!

Google launches their own line of web browsers called, “Google Chrome” and so far after couple hours of use, I am damn, fine impressed.

For more information on features and whatnot, head over to Zedomax.Net blog as I just wrote bunch of stuff about Google Chrome.

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RoofRay lets you calculate your home’s Solar Power potential!

RoofRay is a site that let’s you calculate your home’s solar power potential using the power of GoogleMaps.

It’s very interesting as the site will caculate the solar power potential based on the roof area and the slope of the roof.

It’s probably pretty accurate as most data is using direct satellite images off GoogleMaps.

The greatest part about this site is that you can find out how much energy you wil

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AirBed & Breakfast Lets you Sleep Over at Someone’s House!

Here’s a great idea for beating hotel rates.  It’s a AirBed and Breakfast, meaning you get to stay at some random person’s home with your airbed.  Of course, you do take a great risk of finding a serial-killer’s home but if you are barely living it up, this might save you some good pocket change.

AirBed and Breakfast will definitely appeal to younger travelers, and conventioneers who can’t find a regular hotel room. In overbooked Denver, where 20,000 people will be descending for the D

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USB iBuddy – MSN Messenger Alert Lights!

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Here’s USB iBuddy, an MSN Messenger alert light basically. It even has wings, just like RedBull.

You can buy it here:

iBuddy at Brando.com.uk for $20

iBuddy at Firebox.co

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SimpleNoise is a White Noise Generator!

Here’s a site called SimplyNoise, who’s sole purpose in life is to produce white noise.

Well, I’ve tried it out and was very disappointed that all they did was capture some TV white noise and put it on their site.

That said, SimplyNoise will need to provide other types of white noise such as a mother’s womb to get the site more popular.

I mean, who likes to listen to white noise on TV anyways?

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Google Talk for the iPhone

Google Talk is now available for the iPhone without any modifications other than pointing your Safari browser to www.google.com/talk.

There are some differences from using Google Talk on your computer. For instance, in order to receive instant messages with Google Talk on your iPhone, the application needs to be open in your Safari browser. When you navigate away to another browser window or application, your status will be changed to “unavailable” and your Google Talk session wi

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