Yesterday I bought my first ever Apple hardware – iPod Shuffle Silver, 1 GB, about Rs. 2,700/-
My first Apple software product was Quicktime (when I desperately wanted to play .mov files) followed by iTunes which was for testing the Podcast feed on a Website which I was involved in. Read the rest of this entry »
As per my earlier blog post, Chrome (Google’s home grown web browser) is not available for Linux. Its release status for Linux, as stated at Google Chrome’s download site is – “Google Chrome for Linux is in development and a team of engineers is working hard to bring it to you as soon as possible.” But seems Linux had not to wait!.
The second beta of the upcoming version of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer (IE 8 ) web browser was released last month. One of the touted features of IE 8 is Web Slices.
Many of us cut out articles from the newspapers if we find them interesting. Think of Web Slices to be cuttings from Web sites. But with a difference. If these cuttings (web content) are updated on the respective web sites, you will be notified, as well as your cuttings will be updated. Technically, you “subscribe to a Web Slice”, instead of saying cutting it off which may offend the webmasters
The latest post on my Blog is Web Slice enabled (or say, it is a Web Slice). In fact, it is Web Slice enabled since some time. Perhaps, some of you (who are using IE 8 ) would have noticed it.
After lots of news and attention since yesterday, Google’s very own web browser called Chrome is finally available for download now, but only for Windows.
To start with, since I’m on Linux (Fedora 9), the download page http://www.google.com/chrome, did not show me a download link but instead prompted me to subscribe (with my E-mail) to get alerted when Chrome is available for Linux.