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Mozilla Launches New Version of Thunderbird

Mozilla announced a new version of Thunderbird.  The latest version of Thunderbird includes more than 390 improvements and performance enhancements that make Thunderbird more responsive, faster to start up and easier to use. Thunderbird delivers several improvements to some favorite features such as RSS feeds, Attachment management, and Tabs which can now be reordered and(…)

using professional website hosting

One of the very best things about the Internet is how accessible and easy to use it is. There are many, many ways for people to get their words, thoughts, pictures, videos, opinions or whatever else online for other people to see, whether through blogs, amateur web pages, social networking sites, etc. These tools can(…)

The Apache Software Foundation Announces Apache Traffic Server v3.0.0

The Apache Software Foundation (ASF), the all-volunteer developers, stewards, and incubators of nearly 150 Open Source projects and initiatives, today announced Apache Traffic Server v3.0.0. Apache Traffic Server is a Cloud Computing “edge” service, able to handle requests in and out of the Cloud, both by serving static content (images, JavaScript, CSS, and HTML files),(…)

25 million Facebook users in India

The number of Facebook users in India has crossed the 25-million base mark, the social networking site said Thursday. “Facebook currently has 25 million users in India,” said David Fischer, vice president advertising and global operations, Facebook at an interactive advertising and digital marketing exibition, Ad-tech here. Facebook has almost become the most popular for(…)

Facebook to launch music service

Social network Facebook will launch a new music service on its website in partnership with other online music services, a media report said. The launch is likely to be announced at a conference in August, Xinhua reported citing US media. Technology blog GigaOM said users will find a new tab called Music in the left-hand(…)

Cell phones can reduce fertility by 30 per cent: Survey

Cellphones, even when not in use, can reduce fertility in males by as much as 30 per cent, a recent study has revealed. The latest warning comes after the World Health Organisation said cellphones could cause cancer. Conducted in Canada by the Queen’s University, the study says that men with poor sperm quality and less sperm count could have(…)

Google now supports five more Indian languages

Internet search engine giant Google on Tuesday announced the expansion of its translation services to include five more Indian languages — Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Tamil and Telugu — thus increasing its reach to a potential half a million population. “Beginning today, you can explore the linguistic diversity of the Indian sub-continent with Google translate, which(…)

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Link sharing made simple in Twitter

Twitter rolled out a new feature where your original links will get shortened once you press on Tweet Button. How does it work? Just paste a link of any length into the Tweet box on After you’ve composed your Tweet and you hit the “Tweet” button, we’ll shorten the link so that it only takes up(…)

Official Twitter Add-on Brings Twitter Search to the Mozilla Firefox

Twitter has released the Twitter Address Bar Search add-on to make it easy to complete Twitter searches in Firefox. With Twitter Address Bar Search, users can discover richer and more relevant Twitter search results directly from the Firefox Awesome Bar (Address Bar). The add-on makes searching Twitter in Firefox a snap. You can search for #hashtags(…)

Google is using search patterns about dengue fever

Google is using search patterns about dengue fever in an attempt to help health officials prepare for outbreaks. It hopes to develop an early-warning system by monitoring dengue-related search terms by users in Bolivia, Brazil, India, Indonesia and Singapore. Google said that its results are collected in real-time, whereas official data can take weeks to(…)