Archive | February, 2010

Microsoft Power Defragmenter – fix your slow Windows machine

By Detector | 16 February 2010

One of the reasons why your Windows computer become slow over time is because the files on the hard drive can become fragmented. What is that? As you start filling your hard-drive with new programs, documents,...
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By Detector | 16 February 2010

The Symbian Foundation unveiled the Symbian^3 (S^3) platform, the first entirely open source release following the platform’s transition to an open source license on 4 February, 2010, which was the largest of its kind in history....
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By Detector | 12 February 2010

If you are on a revolutionary mood, wait for at least two years, when Microsoft plans to release new versions of Windows. According to MSDN blog (the article is currently removed) the next version of Windows...
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Google Buzz

By Detector | 10 February 2010

Google actively enters in the online social network market presenting a new service called Google Buzz. Google Buzz service is integrated with Gmail and allows Gmail users to quickly exchange messages, post information and file sharing...
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Open source + Microsoft + Adobe browsing improvements

By Detector | 08 February 2010

After Mozilla announced that there will be no support for h264 encoded video (Youtube as example), a new open “coalition” is made in form of OGG Theora video codec for Silverlight. Next, Microsoft have just joined...
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WordPress for Android

By Detector | 03 February 2010

WordPress release a mobile version of their blogging platform for Android powered devices, so now you can easily update your blog and publish posts from everywhere. Android WordPress has many interesting features among many: Support for...
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