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Android 2.3 Gingerbread Beta ROM for HTC Evo 4G!

For those of you HTC Evo 4G users who have been waiting for Sprint/HTC to upgrade to Gingerbread, you don’t have to wait, you can start playing with some of the beta versions like I was doing last night.

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Download Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 Here!

IE 8 is finally here, out of beta, you can download it here.

I suspect that IE8 still will be slow but heck, I will give it a try later today and let you know on what’s up.

Today Microsoft Corp. announced the availability of Windows Internet Explorer 8, the new Web browser that offers the best solution for how people use the Web today. It c

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Google Chrome is now Official!

Yes, Google Chrome has been around and I have even made a blog dedicated to Chrome hacks, but Google Chrome is now going official.  I really sense that Chrome will start picking up even more users due to the fact that they did fix a lot of security bugs with enhancements from the community feedback.

Go Google!

One thing I highly admire of Google over Microsoft is that they went with open-source when they could’ve made gazillions more money with proprietary code.  Kudos to open-source, Linux

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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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iPhone Earth lets you view the Globe by tilting your iPhone!


Here’s a really cool 3D iPhone application that is coming soon. (You can sign up for the beta for now…)

The iPhone Earth lets you view satellite imagery of the globe in 3D, sorta like Google Earth, but customized for the iPhone so you can rotate it back and forth for control.

I was particularly impressed when I saw they had used the iPhone accelerometers to allow you to tilt and rotate your view by tilting the iPhone. They weren’t downloading the imagery data over the

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DIY Hack – How to make your plugins work in Firefox 3 Beta!

Well, if you are like me, an early adaptor, you probably are already using Firefox 3 Beta. As many of you know, a lot of your Firefox plugins do not work or is not compatible with the new FF3.

Here’s a simple way to make it work: (Thanks to Lifehacker)

1. Type About:config in your FF3 Browser address bar. 2. Right click->New->Boolean then, type in extensions.checkCompatibility, select false. 3. Right click->New->Boolean then, type in extensions.checkUpdateSec

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Google’s Android Could Learn From Yahoo’s Go!

Remember my post on the Google Phone Operating System Android?

Check out this review of comparison between Google’s Android and Yahoo’s Go. Although they are completely different animals, (This guy is comparing an operating system to a web site.) it’s interesting how one giant is going for hardware while the oth

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Google CSE Custom Search Engine Launched!

Yes, googling has been fun but seems like it’s getting too crowded with too much information.

Here’s a custom search engine from google where you can be selective of the sites you want to search.

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