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    Read Gmail from Your Facebook Account

    Facebook users can now check Gmail from their Facebook account with a new Facebook application called Fmail. Fmail is built on Gmail Lite, and displays gmail in an Inframe inside the Facebook account. Users have multiple tabs for mailbox actions like inbox access, spam folder and are also provided with […]

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    Skype CEO steps down

    eBay today announced that Niklas Zennstrom (co-founder of Skype, Kazaa and Joost) has stepped down as CEO of Skype. Zennstrom, who co-founded Skype in 2003, will become non-executive chairman of the Skype Board of Directors. Michael van Swaaij, eBay’s Chief Strategy Officer, will become acting CEO until a permanent successor […]

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    Joost launches

    Joost, the impeccably pedigreed, funded, and hyped Internet TV platform is releasing its software to the general public on Monday. Joost is seeing 50,000 beta downloads per week, and with open access hopes to receive between two million and three million users by the end of the year (for this […]

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    WordPress 2.3

    We heard last week that WordPress would be launching a new release today. Well, it‘s here. Tagging and tag clouds are now available for WordPress bloggers. There‘s also the new update notification feature that lets you know when there‘s a new release for WordPress, or when any other plug-ins you […]

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    Skype malware

    Another bout of complications has plagued Skype. A worm has been detected, and it‘s only affecting Windows Skype users. The virus is being spread by a link that appears in a chat message, asking you to click on a web link. This directs to a page that asks you to […]

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    WordPress 2.2.3 released

    WordPress has released version 2.2.3. This is a security and bug fix for the 2.2.x branch not the new (to be released later this month) 2.3 If you are looking for whats changed or was effected you can see the bug reports this addresses here. They also provide what files […]

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    Firefox surpasses 400 million downloads

    The unstoppable machine that is Firefox appears to have surpassed 400 million downloads according to the Spread Firefox site. This number should not be confused with actual installs, but is an impressive figure nonetheless. It wasn‘t that long ago that Microsoft‘s Internet Explorer had a stranglehold on the the web […]

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    Skype comes out of the dark

    Skype was back up and running on Saturday, but the question remains if this week‘s outage will have a lasting effect on the confidence people place in the service. Will anyone feel comfortable using Skype as their primary voice communications tool if a multi-day outage is possible? Villu Arak of […]

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