Lesenswerte Artikel vom 14. Mai 2010:
- Mozilla Plugin Check Now Checks Plugins In All Web Browsers „This plugin check has now been extended by the developers to work with other web browsers as well making it a web tool for everyone who wants to verify that the installed plugins are up to date.“
- All-new Hotmail to take on Gmail next Monday „Next week, Microsoft will unleash a new version of its category-leading Hotmail email service that carries the fight against Google from corporate IT departments onto the screens of the hundreds of millions of lone users and small teams who swear by Gmail.“
- Die Verzweiflung der sueddeutschen.de muss endlos sein „wo früher immerhin vorher klar war, wenn es sich um klickgeile Bilderstrecken gedreht hat, werden jetzt sogar die Textartikel in unlesbare Bilderklickstrecken verwandelt.“
- Leaked: Telcos' secret plans to use fake „citizens groups“ to kill Net Neutrality „Here's how I see it: the telcos and cable operators got a huge public subsidy when we agreed to let them use our public sewers, tunnels and streets (not to mention our houses and basements) for their wires. We give them all this for free or far below the market costs. They put their wires in our dirt.
Now they're saying they don't want to give us the service we want. Literally. That's what fighting Net Neutrality is about: it's ISPs fighting for the right to slow down or discard the bits you, the customer, ask for.“
- Third-Party Developers Ask Gowalla To Please Be More Like Foursquare
- HTC klagt zurück und fordert Verkaufsstopp von iPhone, iPad und iPod
- Echo partners with Washington Post, Time, Forbes and others Echo-Kommentarsystem vermeldet neue Kunden: „They are The Washington Post, Newsweek, Slate, Time, Forbes, AMC, Morningstar and Sports Illustrated.“
- Where on the Web Is HTML5? „The key features in the HTML5 stack: native video and audio playback, animated graphics, geolocation, hardware acceleration for in-browser events, the ability to keep using a browser-based app even if your internet connection drops, the ability to store application data on your local machine, dragging and dropping of files from the desktop to the browser, and the addition of semantic markup on pages, making them easier for both machines and humans to understand.“
- Germany Saves Europe, But at What Cost? Well …
- Why Microsoft Word is So Expensive – Google vs Bing
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