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.


iGoogle.jpgNew iGoogle Finally Released
We showed you a few months ago how you could get your hands on the new “maximized view” iGoogle layout before it was available to everyone. Well, you knew this day would come… Google has rolled out the revamped homepage to the masses. The new design makes the most of your browser’s window, but only if the gadget designers have taken it into consideration.

mint finance.jpgMint Leaves Beta
It’s quite possible that over the last year Mint has been keeping track of where your money goes. Unlike Gmail, however, it has decided to drop the Beta label. Not only that but it also brought some new features to the table.

session restore.jpgBetter Session Restore in Firefox 3.1
Mozilla is tinkering with a better way to restore a crashed browser session for those of you who have Firefox set to startup with a blank page. In the upcoming release there will be a new feature that will let you choose which tabs you want restored after a crash has occurred.

polldaddy.jpgAutomattic Acquires PollDaddy
The same people who make the WordPress blogging software have decided to acquire one of my favorite sites: PollDaddy.com. We’ve been using this site for about a year to help deliver the polls you see in our sidebar and embedded in some posts. They couldn’t make it any easier, and best of all they let you customize the design so that it fits in with your site.

–Tips, Tutorials, and Reviews–

foxmarks passwords.jpgFoxmarks Syncs Passwords
A lot of you were disappointed once Google pulled their Browser Sync tool from Firefox since you were left with few other options for syncing passwords across sessions. This new version of Foxmarks is looking to fill that void in your life.

T-Mobile G1 Google.jpgT-Mobile G1 Google Review
This extensive review provides a lot of images and details of the new T-Mobile G1 powered by Google’s Android mobile operating system. They said it has some “UI quirks and bad design decisions,” but it’s still better than other smartphone OS’s out there.

dropbox passwords.jpgUsing Dropbox to Sync Passwords
Dropbox is an awesome service that people have raved about since it’s capable of syncing files and folders across multiple operating systems, but what about using it to take your passwords from one machine to another? This guide demonstrates how you can do just that.

new macbook.jpgExtensive Review of New MacBooks
Gizmodo put together a rather extensive review of Apple’s new MacBook and MacBook Pro laptops. They examined, benchmarked, and captured everything you’d want to know about the new devices. It’s just weird seeing a trackpad without a button though.