Firefox 200 Million DownloadsAugust was a huge month for Firefox since they hit the 200 million download mark. KDE (a Linux desktop) released a new Start Menu that is unlike any other that you have used before and continues to push Linux further and further.




  • Firefox hits 200 million downloads. [Read More]
  • How to upgrade Portable Firefox. [Read More]
  • AOL releases free Xdrive file storage website. [Read More]
  • This is the first time being able to use the Firefox 2 visual refresh. [Read More]
  • Google tests new video layout that is similar to YouTube. [Read More]
  • Multi-touch computer screen will hopefully be the computer monitor of the future. [Read More]
  • Freespire 1.0 released and is one of the easiest versions of Linux to use. Installing software is a piece-of-cake with the (now) free CNR. [Read More]
  • AOL offers antivirus protection that is powered by Kaspersky. [Read More]
  • 10 privacy and security extensions for Firefox. [Read More]
  • Changing your default browser in Vista. [Read More]
  • Microsoft releases Windows Live Writer, which is (in my opinion) one of the best blog publishing applications available. [Read More]
  • 10 great Firefox extensions to improve tabbed browsing. [Read More]
  • Google Analytics open to the public. [Read More]
  • Google launches free WiFi service in Mountain View, California. [Read More]
  • And you thought your cellphone had a lot of bling? [Read More]
  • LogMeIn lets you connect to your PC no matter where you are. [Read More]
  • New KDE Start Menu very unique. [Read More]
  • How Dell’s website has changed over time. [Read More]
  • CyberNet launches All-Star commenter feature. [Read More]
  • Windows Vista prices revealed…you better get a second job! [Read More]
  • Keyboard shortcuts keeps your hand free from the mouse. [Read More]
  • Microsoft interview questions leave you puzzled. [Read More]
  • CyberNet makes it easy to keep track of your unread comments. [Read More]