Welcome to the WrapUp by CyberNet. This is a collection of news stories, downloads, and tips that we have collected over the last few days, but never got around to writing about. Don’t forget to send in your own tips, or just leave a comment on this page if you think you’ve got something we should include.
Yahoo Trying to Redesign the Web Search UI
Yahoo, which has been going downhill for awhile, is grasping at straws. They have now rolled out a completely new way to search the web. It’s available on the iPhone, iPad, and for most major browsers on the desktop. While unique it doesn’t feel like something that would make me more productive.
Mark Zuckerberg Takeaway from the Facebook IPO
Mark Zuckerberg sold over 30 million of his Facebook shares, and still retains over 500 million more. Based on what Zuckerberg sold his shares for he walked away with over $1 billion.
Google Search App Updated on iOS
I’ve never liked the Google Search app on the iPhone/iPad, but I have to admit that the newest update has a great interface that makes it a lot more enticing to use.
Google to Warn 500,000+ of DNS Changer Infections
Google will warn over 500K users who are infected with the DNSChanger Trojan that they need to clean their machines. The alert will be shown when users perform a Google search.
Mozilla Wants to Educate People in Making Web Content
Mozilla is starting a program called Mozilla Webmaker that will provide tools and projects to help teach people how they can create their own web content.
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Pull Down To Refresh On Your Mac
This Chrome/Safari extension will give your browser the pull-to-refresh feature that is often found on mobile devices.
iOS 5.1.1 Untethered Jailbreak Released
Almost all of the current iOS devices are supported under this new untethered jailbreak.
Fold to Unlock Your iPhone
Unfold is a free app available through Cydia, and what started as a concept from a designer has become a reality. This app uses a neat folding animation to unlock your phone.
Manage Grooveshark Playback In Chrome From Mac Menu Bar
This free Mac app will let you control Grooveshark music playback in the Mac Menu Bar. You’ll need to be using Chrome as your browser, but the nice thing is that you can then control the music playback without Chrome being the frontmost window.
- Calibre 0.8.53 [Homepage] [Mirror]
- CCleaner 3.19.1721 [Homepage] [Mirror]
- Dropbox 1.4.7 [Homepage] [Mirror]
- Firefox 13.0 Beta 5 [Homepage] [Mirror]
- Google Chrome 19.0.1084.52 [Homepage] [Mirror]
- Google Chrome 20.0.1132.17 Beta [Homepage] [Mirror]
- Google Chrome 21.0.1145.0 Dev [Homepage] [Mirror]
- Google Drive 1.1.3019.0542 [Homepage] [Mirror]
- HostsMan 4.0.85 Beta 6 [Homepage] [Mirror]
- Linux Mint 13 [Homepage] [Mirror]
- Miranda 0.9.49 [Homepage] [Mirror]
- openSUSE 12.2 Milestone 3 [Homepage] [Mirror]
- SeaMonkey 2.10 Beta 2 [Homepage] [Mirror]
- Songbird 1.10.3 [Homepage] [Mirror]
- Thunderbird 13.0 Beta 2 [Homepage] [Mirror]
- VirtualBox 220.127.116.11094 [Homepage] [Mirror]
- Wireshark 1.6.8 [Homepage] [Mirror]