Windows 7 usually stores a maximum of 10 jump list entries for a program in the taskbar. But most users would love to have more entries
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Long gone are the days, where you can hover your mouse over network icon to see information like amount of data transferred over the network.
Samsung being a leader in Mobile Phone and TVs, is now boasting that its App Store has has now joined the 100 million download club. Samsung has reached this milestone just after 10 months after it launched, thanks to European market. France had the most number of downloads followed by Germany and Spain, and the three countries combined accounted for 40 percent of all downloads from the store, which now has more than 13,000 apps.
The Microsoft search engine Bing has got its mobile offering, location, apps, a new look. Now it goes HTML5. Bing, Microsofts search corner, although missing from Microsofts own Windows 7 platform owing to its incompatibility with HTML 5, is available on a iPhone handset. The Bing here includes swap-navigation of images, zoom effects, among others. Users can find a demonstrative video on the Bing blog giving an insight into all the features, albeit in an understated style.
We all know Apple and Steve Jobs don’t like when you use Bluetooth in iDevices for anything except connecting peripherals. So those who want to use their bluetooth for file transfer would either jailbreak or use applications like iBluenova. However Apple’s wrath is too big and they usually release patches for these “exploits”. The Celeste application brings the same functionality to jailbroken iPhones, iPads and iPod touch running iOS 4.3.
India Seeks To Ban .xxx Domains. Joins Indonesia And The Middle East To Protect The Moral Integrity Of Its citizens
After nearly 5 years of approvals and rejections, the ,xxx domain, excusively for porn has been approved by ICANN (Internet Corp. for Assigned Names and Numbers). Shortly after the approval, Indian government expressed its intention to seek a ban of the pornographic domain. This move by Indian government will place it in the league of Indonesia and Middle East governments in protecting the moral integrity of its citizen.
Now Yahoo got Search Direct, something like Google Instant for Google. It contains one search box that quickly and automatically suggests results as you type. Not like Google Instant, it will not update the entire results of the page to reflect the outcome of your search, but rather than an enlarged search box like the one on the image above, providing up the ten suggested queries and three suggested results. It makes it a bit speeder, but also a fairly limited comparison. It is also a bit self-serving, as any search that happens to include the same letters as one of Yahoos own services will promote tem above all other results.
Microsofts Windows Intune, the cloud-based desktop management and maintenance system released. The software and service solution is available in 36 countries, with prices available from $11 per PC per month. Combining the hosted management system console accessed through a browser with a client application deployed to management PCs.
Regional carrier Cricket surprised at CTIA by showing off a couple of new units that are not out yet. They are in the pipeline for the second quarter, which the company points out Very Soon. First in Huawei Ascend 2, the company launched last year. The display is still HVGA; WVGA obviously would have been nice, but Cricket is promising to launch in at same sub $150price point as the first model and it got 5MP camera.
Opera has released the latest versions of two different mobile browsers. Opera Mini 6 and Mobile 11, both of them are new versions and available for most mobile platforms excluding Apple iOS versions. The Mini 6 is meant for feature phones while the Mobile 11 for all the smart phones and the tablets in the market. To download Opera Mini6 or Opera Mobile 11 visit hhtp://m.opera.com through your mobile browser.
Too busy parents there is a perfect solution for you to read the bed time stories to your children. The latest iPhone and iPad app can actually read your child a story and even sing them a lullaby even if you are busy at work, reports the Daily mail. The Nursery Rhymes App with Story time, which costs 2.39 pounds, is marketed as a tool parents can use to ensure they never miss bedtime again, no matter where they are. Parents can use a microphone to speak to their child, while the touchscreen on the gadgets can also be used to make the pages move.