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Monday, 30 Aug 2010
Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft has launched an astonishing lawsuit against some of the biggest tech companies in the world, including Apple and Google over patents owned by his now-defunct tech lab.
Friday, 27 Aug 2010
MPEG-LA, the group holding the patent rights for use of MPEG video codec standards, including the popular H.264 codec, has announced that it will not charge royalties for any website using it to stream freely available video.
Thursday, 26 Aug 2010
Firefox Tab Candy, an experimental way to organize, control and massage your Firefox tabs, has become Firefox Panorama.
Thursday, 19 Aug 2010
Similar to Foursquare and Gowalla, the new Facebook Places service lets you check in at locations using the iPhone Facebook app and announce to your friends where you are.
Tuesday, 17 Aug 2010
Tab Candy, previously an experiment in development, has been confirmed for release in Firefox 4 coming this autumn.
Friday, 6 Aug 2010
Every sci-fi lover worth his salt knows Issac Asimov's famous three laws of robotics. But for some reason, these three laws ended up on Last.fm's web server's robots.txt file.
Thursday, 5 Aug 2010
Google kills Google Wave after a year due to low user adoption rate.
Thursday, 29 Jul 2010
Looking for Answers? Ask Facebook. The website is rolling out a beta of Facebook Questions, a feature that lets you ask questions and get answers from fellow Facebook users.
Apple today released an update to its web browser Safari 5, and introduced the Safari Extensions Gallery.
A security researcher released more than 100 million Facebook users' names, addresses and unique IDs for download on Wednesday.