Microsoft-Internet-Explorer

Microsoft has issued a total of 10 patches to fix several critical vulnerabilities affected all versions of Internet Explorer.

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Google has confirmed that its recent outage in China was caused due to a technical glitch and not due to a ban imposed by Chinese authorities.

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According to latest reports, the Chinese Government has finally started blocking all Google Search queries.

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Apple has started shipping iPad units to customers who had pre-ordered it on the first day. Retail launch will be through BestBuy and Apple outlets.

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MSI mistimes their April fool’s day joke, ends up with hordes of angry customers.

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Google China Service Status

Google has finally hit the long standing nail on the Google China coffin and packed it off to Hong Kong. Users who visit Google.cn are now automatically redirected to Google.com.hk, effectively ending search censorship in China.

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TechCrunch will be launching TechCrunch TV, a video project in the next few weeks. Michael Arrington has hired Evelyn Rusli, a former Forbes anchor reporter to be the lead anchor of TechCrunch TV.

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Google-Quit-China

Unconfirmed reports from Chinese news agencies suggest that Google may be getting ready to quit China.

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.Com Domains

The internet is a mix of top level domains (TLD), however, the first of the lot were .com domains. Most of the sites today have a .com TLD, however, today is more special for .com, since it has completed a silver jubilee and has been in existence for 25 years now.

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facebook

Facebook has rapidly grown to become the biggest social networking sites in the world and now have over 400 million users across the world. They are opening up new offices in Hyderabad, India and Austin, Texas.

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mobile number portability

TRAI Chairman J S Sarma announced yesterday that mobile number portability (MNP) will be implemented nationwide from October 31 without any further delay.

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Internet Browser Market Share Feb 2010

Google Chrome was the only browser to have gained market share in February 2010. Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari and Opera all lost market share in Feb 2010.

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Do you know about Google’s PigeonRank? Did you know that you could get your mails as hard copies? Did youknow you could send mails to previous times?

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Compete January 2010 Stats

According to the latest Compete report, Google, Facebook, Yahoo, YouTube and MSN were the top 5 sites in the month of January 2010.

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YouTube Internet Explorer Interstitial

YouTube will officially drop support for Internet Explorer 6 on March 13th. Support may also be dropped for Firefox 2 on Mac OS X. Users of IE6 and FF2 will be displayed a interstitial which asks them to upgrade their browser.

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