Author: Keshav Khera
Keshav Khera is a young freelance writer from India. Alongside writing for the web, he also attends school and tries not to bunk classes. He keeps interest in music, table tennis, reading and of course, twitter (@keshav)

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Ever noticed the artistic skins some laptops sport? Like the Lamborghini or Ferrari models that some manufactures launch? Fancy sporting a similar one for your laptop without spending a fortune on those brand centric models? You’ve come to the right place. Artistic decals or skins for laptops aren’t a new thing. People have been designing them since years, and laptops have been wearing them like Guccis and Armanis and Axes.

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dropbox

Dropbox, the amazing file syncing application that most people are a fan of, released an update to their web interface recently. With this new update, managing files on the web interface became a bit more easier and functional, making Dropbox even more awesome. The features that top the list are: An overhauled interface for the web and some nifty new features that make bulk handling of files even more easier.

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Samsung recently revealed an ultra slim camera, adding to its compact camera line up. The ST45 is a 12 Megapixel camera and features a 3x optical zoom. The best part about it? It’s just 16mm in thickness.

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Wikipedia

Ever wanted to inject Wikipedia links into some lines of text? Found it tedious? Here comes Wikify – that’ll let you inject Wikipedia links into text – automagically.

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Google Chrome

Opera users know what it means to have smooth scrolling. When browsing ruthlessly through pages, smooth scrolling really helps as it feels more natural and makes the page movement fit well with the motion of your eyes. You had it on Opera? We have it on Chrome. Check it out:

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Samsung has just announced it’s latest superzoom camera, the WB5000 compact. The uncanny long name aside, this camera boasts of a lot of up-market features. The Samsung WB5000 is loaded with the most powerful lens ever outfitted on a (Samsung) digital compact, featuring a whopping 24x image stabilized zoom and a resolution of 12.5MP.

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Skype 2.1 Beta for Linux came out this week. Users of the popular VoIP application on the Linux platform had been demanding video support since like – ages. They may rejoice now as this Beta release features native video call support, among several other features.

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jobberBase is a free and open source server software that gets you a job board site up in minutes. It’s based on Php and MySql and licensed under a MIT license – which in non geek speak means that you can use the application for commercial purposes.

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While the internet is abuzz with news of Windows 7 and OS X Snow Leopard releases, do not mistake the open source world to be dilly-dallying. Both Fedora and openSuse teams pushed updates recently for their development versions. Fedora got one step closer to its next release, Fedora 12 with its Alpha build out now and openSUSE marched ahead with its version 11.6’s milestone 6 released.

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Album Art

Album Art is one thing that makes browsing your music library a lot more easier and fun. The graphic draws your attention towards the band or artist and forms a virtual connection that links your music taste with it. However, it’s not necessary that all your music would have embedded album art information. Adding Album Art information is not at all difficult. We’ll see how.

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Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard is just around the corner. We’ve got hold of some beautiful wallpapers that will make their way to the Snow Leopard release. Download the official Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard Wallpapers now, and say “I’ve got them too!”

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Foobar2000

Foobar2000 is an advanced music player that sports a very minimalistic look and can manage features TNT size – at the same time. Developed for Windows by Peter Pawlowski, a former freelance contractor for Nullsoft – the company that makes WinAmp, Foobar2000 is totally the player of dreams for anyone who needs power, control and speed at the same time in the same player.

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Lifecam Cinema

Tired of having blurry, grainy or bad quality video chats? Not immune to Microsoft’s PR department? You’re sold. Microsoft recently launched LifeCam Cinema, an HD webcam that does 720p high definition quality video at 30 frames per second. This thing is actually, umh, drool worthy.

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pidgin

The popular multi-protocol client, Pidgin, got an interesting update yesterday. The spotlight in this releases falls on the new voice and video support for XMPP networks, that Google’s GTalk IM works on. Other important features to look for are theme support and p2p file transfer for the Yahoo Messenger network.

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Flash Player warning

Adobe Flash Player, whatever distress it might cause to developers or users alike, is still very prominently used today. Many applications are based on it and many people make a living from it. But our dear Flash Player has a minor Security Feature. A security feature, that’s not loved much.

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