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I have limited (almost no) internet connectivity here. my vacation ends on 10th june and regular posting will start from 12th june. My blog stats for last month were 6008 and this month till now only 415 because of no updates. This makes a total of 7445 till now. The stats hopefully increase after I start updating again. I written this post from my N70, but unfortunately tech cannot be written from N70. Meanwhile keep checking my twitter updates on the right. Thank you.


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YouTube on Wednesday announced the launch of its local Indian site ( http://www.youtube.co.in) that features a localised homepage and search functions. “YouTube India would allow users to create and share videos, discover the most popular and relevant videos in India, and connect with other Indian and global users.

OpenOffice.org have released the OpenOffice 3 [beta 1] with a host of new features including the ability to read and edit Microsoft Office 2007 files formats i.e. .docx, .xlsx, .pptx, etc.1024 columns per calc sheet instead of 256, a Start Center that allow you to chose which module you would like to us, fresh new icons etc.

Read about OpenOffice Beta 3.0 features here.

Download OpenOffice beta 3.0 here.

Microsoft has finally given up Yahoo after pursuing it for three months. Yahoo put up such a good fight that Microsoft had to accept defeat.


“We continue to believe that our proposed acquisition made sense for Microsoft, Yahoo! and the market as a whole. Our goal in pursuing a combination with Yahoo! was to provide greater choice and innovation in the marketplace and create real value for our respective stockholders and employees,” said Steve Ballmer, chief executive officer of Microsoft.

“Despite our best efforts, including raising our bid by roughly $5 billion, Yahoo! has not moved toward accepting our offer. After careful consideration, we believe the economics demanded by Yahoo! do not make sense for us, and it is in the best interests of Microsoft stockholders, employees and other stakeholders to withdraw our proposal,” said Ballmer.

“We have a talented team in place and a compelling plan to grow our business through innovative new services and strategic transactions with other business partners. While Yahoo! would have accelerated our strategy, I am confident that we can continue to move forward toward our goals,” Ballmer said.

“We are investing heavily in new tools and Web experiences, we have dramatically improved our search performance and advertiser satisfaction, and we will continue to build our scale through organic growth and partnerships,” said Kevin Johnson, Microsoft president for platforms and services.

Read the letter sent br Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer to Yahoo! CEO Jerry Yang here.

Social bookmarking service Del.icio.us has updated the the add-on for Firefox 3 and it has got a few new features –

  • Jump to Tag feature (press F2) allows you to quickly access tags and
    bookmarks using the keyboard
  • New layout for saving bookmarks
  • Preferences now in a separate dialog under Tools (which also can be
    invoked via the prefs button on the FF Add-ons pane)
  • Status bar indicators for network activity, new links for you, and the del.icio.us website
  • Classic mode for users who just want simple buttons without the overhead of sync

It is also Firefox 2 compatible with Firefox 2. This is in beta state and fettures may change and no support yet.

Read about it here

Get the add-on here

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