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Google has just revealed a new developer build of Google Chrome for Mac platform. This latest build takes the Dev channel build to 188.8.131.52. As always, the build is a minor one and fixes known issues such as disabling extensions and more.
In the last few days, we have come accustomed to seeing various Twitter apps getting updated be it an iPhone app (such as Tweetie 2.1 which arrived today) or a desktop app (such as Seesmic for Windows). TweetDeck has just been upgraded to v0.32. Yes, it brings all the new features introduced by Twitter, which include lists, geotagging, the new retweet functionality and a few bug fixes as well. It gets one exciting new feature; LinkedIn integration.
TweetDeck is your personal browser for staying in touch with what’s happening now, connecting you with your contacts across Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn and more. (Download link and video included below)
We are in the era of notebooks and netbook. More and more people are using the compact sized laptops for well known reasons. While laptops offer numerous advantages, one thing that is missing from most of the laptops is the numeric keypad. All the computer based accountants will agree with me on this very fact. One solution to this problem is to purchase a seperate numeric keypad which costs in the range of double digits (around $40). But if you own an iPhone/iPod Touch, you just need to spend $2 to bring the numpad to your laptop thanks to an iPhone app named NumberKey.
Mozilla has just made Firefox 3.6 Beta 4 available for download. The fourth beta for the next iteration of Firefox is available for download for Mac, Linux and Windows platform. The fourth beta for Firefox 3.6 brings around 140 bug fixes or changes. This releases comes after a week since the launch of Firefox 3.6 Beta 3.
(Download links provided at the end of the post)
Its one thing Google releasing three to four builds for Google Chrome on a weekly basis. Its totally a different thing, when they release new Google Chrome builds on successive days. That is what exactly has happened. Yesterday, we shared with you the news of a new Google Chrome build for Mac and Windows users. Today, they have released Google Chrome 184.108.40.206 for Mac.
A new week means a new Google Chrome build. This week is no different. This time, an update has been made to the dev channel taking the build number to 220.127.116.11. As usual the update is of minor nature. The latest dev channel release is available for Linux, Mac and Windows platform.
Yahoo has just rolled out Yahoo Messenger 10. Yahoo Messenger with version number 10.0.0.110 brings various bug fixes, some of which are related Yahoo’s new video call feature. Also the product’s overall stability has been improved.
Google’s Chrome team has been really active, may be had too much coffee for a week. The dedicated Chrome team has updated its Dev channel taking the the Google Chrome Dev channel version to 18.104.22.168. Google Chrome version 22.214.171.124 brings stability fixes, polishes a few features, and stabilizes various Chrome extensions. The latest update comes out as an update for all platforms namely Linux, Windows and Mac.
The importance of having an antivirus software installed on your computer cannot be stressed enough with the ever-rising malware and spam attacks on the computers. There are a number of antivirus softwares to choose from. Kaspersky Antivirus is one such antivirus software. Recently, Kaspersky Labs revealed Kaspersky Antivirusfor Mac optimizing it for the recently released operating system from Apple, called Snow Leopard. (Download link and features list provided below)
When Apple Stores went offline today, that meant that something major was coming. And that is exactly what has happened. As expected Apple has updated its MacBook range and introduced a new MacBook that becomes equipped with LED display screen, 7 hour battery, multi-touch trackpad and much more. As always the MacBook really looks awesome.