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utorrent mac

The most popular, powerful, lightweight file sharing client uTorrent is now available for Mac.

The software is still in beta and supposedly contains some serious bugs, so use with caution and report bugs in forum.

You can get it here.


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Lunascape5 Alpha

Lunascape is one of a kind of web browser and it very unique because it has not one but three rendering engines. The latest Alpha version of Lunascape supports three of the most popular rendering engines used in other web browsers, including Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, and Google Chrome.
Upon setup, you can select your default rendering engine. Gecko or WebKit are known for their blazing fast performance when loading many web pages and web apps,. Or you can choose Trident if you frequently visit web pages that only work with Internet Explorer.
The browser has a built in screen capture utility, skins, and has a full screen mode. It supports bookmarklets and add-ons, but right now there aren’t a ton of Plugins available. Unfortunately it will not work with Plugins designed for Firefox, Safari, or Internet Explorer.

This browser would be useful for developers who have to test there web pages for compatibility between different browsers. But be warned this is in Alpha stage and has some serious bugs.

You can get Lunascape here.


“So what’s so great about 3G? It’s what helps you get the news, really fast. Find your way, really fast. And download pretty much anything, really fast. The new iPhone 3G. The Internet, you guessed it, really fast.”

The above ad  showed a close-up of the phone being used to surf a news Web page, view the Google maps service, and download a file — and all the actions had waiting times of only a fraction of a second. In reality it takes a lot more  time so some Seventeen people complained to the ASA that the ad was misleading because it exaggerated the speed of the iPhone and you guessed it, it was banned. It’s obvious that the ASA isn’t taking the on-screen text disclaimer stating “network performance will vary by location”

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Foxit reader 3.0 is now available! this version has which a lot of great features but the most prominent among them is is Firefox Support
With Firefox Plugin, users can view and work with PDF files loaded in Foxit Reader with Firefox web browser, yeah Adobe reader does it but Foxit reader is faster and the installer is mere 3.6mb file. Fixit Reader is a great alternative  to Adobe Bloatware.

Some of the new features are:

With Foxit Reader 3.0 you can play multimedia as well as add, edit or delete multimedia files, it has an attachment panel which lists all the attached files in the PDF document, and provides a number of common options that helps users manage the attachments, such as opening, deleting and adding description to the attachments. You can also change the security settings when opening an attachment in this panel. A Thumbnail Panel which shows thumbnail images for each PDF page and allows you to quickly view relevant portions of a PDF file. Now users can navigate through PDFs with page thumbnails. Foxit OnDemand Content Management is another great feature which enables users to organize, share and collaborate on documents and forms online.

Click here to read all the features.

You can get Foxit Reader 3.0 here.


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This is a good video, watch it.

Vodpod videos no longer available.

more about “The Matrix Runs on Windows“, posted with vodpod

Consider the situation – you use both Firefox and Chrome and have dozens of bookmarks in them but can’t get all of them in a single browser, what do you do? Well  Transmute will help you achieve that. Transmute can format your bookmarks for any of the major browsers, including Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Chrome, Chromium and Opera.

It easy to use, as it basically does all the conversion itself. There are a few options available to make sure that the integrity of your bookmarks is maintained. First, you can back up your bookmarks before you try to convert them. Then, to make sure the existing bookmarks in your target browser don’t get deleted, you can add incoming bookmarks instead of overwriting what’s already there.

The simple but powerful application, also available as a no-install portable folder, supports nearly every major browser for Windows—Chrome, Chromium, Opera, Safari, and, of course, Internet Explorer and Firefox. You can set Transmute to export bookmarks to a particular folder, with or without timestamp dates, and have it create its own backup files in case things get messy.

You can get Transmute here.



How much torture does a Nokia phone goes through before getting an OK signal?

I found this great post at Gizmodo and thought of sharing it with you guys.

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