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Download Internet Explorer 9 BETA

Microsoft has released the public BETA of Internet Explorer 9 and it is available for download to all Windows Vista and Windows 7 users. IE9 packs a lot of enhancements and features such as HTML5…

Sony to setup an iTunes rival

Sony is set to launch a new service that's meant to rival Apple's iTunes. The announcement was made public Wednesday, September 1 at the IFA Technology Conference fair in Berlin, Germany . Details are still…

Yahoo! now officially powered by Bing

The transition from Yahoo's own search engine to Microsoft's latest search engine, Bing has begun. Yahoo! announced the completed conversion today: its Web, image, and video search experiences on both desktop and mobile devices are…

Internet Explorer 9 BETA to arrive in September

Microsoft Chief Operating Officer Kevin Turner has revealed at the company's annual financial analyst meeting that the first beta of the Internet Explorer 9 Web browser is planned for release in September. According to Microsoft,…

YouTube videos now 15 minutes long

An increase in YouTube's maximum video length is one of the site's most requested features and today, Joshua Siegel, product manager for upload and video management, announces just that. The limit for Youtube videos are…

Firefox unveils a new way of tabbing

With Firefox 4 still in Alpha testing, Mozilla is looking to introduce a new feature called Tab Candy. Mozilla’s Aza Raskin says that it’s still early in testing mode but you can get it with…

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Youtube reveals new embed code

Youtube (and subsequently Google) is pushing their HTML5 support by rolling out a new embed code that will come with an Adobe Flash wrapper or in a HTML5 player (the best of both worlds?). If…

Mozilla releases Firefox 4 Beta 1

Mozilla has released Firefox 4 beta 1, the first public, stable version of its next major browser.  4.1  features a brand new UI with tabs on top (reminiscent of Chrome) but adds more HTML5 support…