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What’s New in Google Chrome 6? And Other Tech Questions


What’s New in Google Chrome 6?

Google Chrome is celebrating its second birthday and its users are happy about it. Chrome has acquired a 7 percent market share of the web browsers and they have been improving on it daily. On its second birthday it has released the first stable build for Chrome 6. The new version has a simplified user interface: there’s a single menu; the “go” button has been removed; the browser no longer shows “http://” in the address bar; the bookmark button has been moved to the right and the toolbar has a new color scheme.

Are Apple iPad, iPod Touch More Ready for Enterprise?

Apple is making changes to its “i” product range and its making changes faster than the competitors can think. Anybody would guess this changes are brought to keep up with the market, but many insiders think these changes are done keeping enterprise customers in mind. With Microsoft coming out with handheld devices to compete with iPad, its sure that MS will target the enterprise crème first where they have always been successful.

Do you want to see subscribe button on Facebook?

Facebook seems to be getting envy about twitter in many ways. Many bloggers and journalist have written and talked about this, but Facebook is always busy rolling out features which will enable users to get notifications whenever another Facebook user uses the social-networking site to update their status or share photos with friends.

The “subscribe to” feature allows Facebook users to select which friends or family members they want to receive “alerts” from whenever there is any activity on their Facebook profile. Does not this sound like Follow Me?

Do you find Apple Ping Useful?
Apple critics are running reports that Apple CEO Steve Jobs has broken the deal with Facebook for its Music network Ping. What ping users find annoying is that the ping initially allowed them to search and add friends from Facebook but latter the option was pulled out. When Steve was asked on this he reportedly said: “Facebook wanted onerous terms that we could not agree to.”

Are you using Mobile Apps to Search for Your Next Job?

As you might wonder, millions of people go to Google to search for things they wanted to learn and know. This holds true for mobile users also but the latest trends are suggesting that more and more people are kept up to date with the job market with the mobile apps which are accessible from anywhere. This trend is going to last as the economy becomes more versatile and jobs grow faster.


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