Welcome to the WrapUp by CyberNet. This is a collection of news stories 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.





–News–

yahoo mail.jpgYahoo! Calendar Finally Updated
Google has been leading the online calendar space for the last few years because they really went above and beyond what any others offered. Yahoo! is finally catching up, and have done a pretty good job with this release.


google spreadsheet.jpgGoogle Spreadsheet UI Updated
If you’re a Google Docs user you’ve probably noticed that Google Docs and Presentation have a slightly different interface from that of Spreadsheets. Actually, Spreadsheets was starting to look dated compared to the other two. I’m happy to say that Spreadsheets once again feels like part of the Google family.


ipod knockoff.jpgWalmart Sells iPod Knockoff… by Accident
The problem with Walmart is that people can return almost anything, and apparently some people can’t recognize an iPod knockoff from the real thing. That’s what happened when one store was selling a knockoff side-by-side with the real deal. Oops!


200810122052.jpgApple Releasing New Macbook’s Tomorrow?
Apple has a Macbook event tomorrow where they are expected to release all kinds of goodies, including redesigned Macbook’s and Macbook Pro’s.


google.jpgGoogle Homepage Time-lapse
Watch how the Google homepage has evolved over the last 10 years with this time time-lapse video.


hotmail.jpgHotmail Storage Grows With You
From now on when you hit the 5GB storage limit that Windows Live Hotmail offers you’ll be given 500MB of extra space each month. If you hit the storage limit every month you could get an extra 6GB of storage each year… not too shabby.



–Tips, Tutorials, and Reviews–

skin.jpgApplying Custom Themes to XP & Vista
Lifehacker demonstrates how both Windows XP and Vista users can apply custom themes to their operating system without purchasing any apps.


delete service.jpgDeleting Windows Services
Normally just disabling a Windows service is enough, but there might be certain instances where you want to remove a service all together. This guide demonstrates just how you can do that.


google toolbar.jpgGoogle Toolbar 5 for Firefox
I’m not a real big fan of toolbars in the browser, but Google has always done a decent job of making their toolbar useful. This new version adds support for toolbar gadgets, integrates with Google Notebook, and more.


Thanks Netster!