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.
Tether Launches HTML5 Tethering Solution for iOS
Tether has come up with an interesting way to get around Apple’s App Store restrictions, and is no offering a $30/year HTML5 tethering solution that gets initiated through your iOS browser rather than an app.
Dropbox Web Interface Gets Redesigned
If you access your Dropbox files on the web you’ll appreciate the redesigned interface you’ll be greeted with the next time you hit dropbox.com.
Chrome Finally Cracked in Hacking Competition
It took four years but Google Chrome has finally been hacked at the CanSecWest security conference. The individual that hacked the PC running Chrome gets to claim the additional $60k that Google put up themselves to help drive hackers to find an exploit. Google plugged the hole within 24-hours.
Apple Announces New iPad, Apple TV and iOS 5.1
At the Apple event last week a new iPad with a Retina display, new Apple TV with 1080p support, and iOS 5.1 were all announced. This article is a really nice overview of everything they talked about.
Google Play is the New Media Hub for Google
Google is combining the Android Market, Google Music, and the Google eBookstore to form Google Play, one central location to access all of your Google media.
Microsoft Office 15 Features and Screenshots
The Verge got an exclusive peek at the upcoming Microsoft Office 15, and they show off the new Metro-inspired interface that is abundant across all the apps in the suite.
Adobe Releases Photoshop Lightroom 4
Adobe released Photoshop Lightroom 4 last week, and has cut the price in half to $149. Managing your photo library just got a little bit cheaper.
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Listen to Pandora Outside the U.S. Without a Proxy
Digital Inspiration found a nice workaround that will let you listen to Pandora Radio outside the United States without using a proxy or VPN server. I wonder how long it will last!
Auto Enable Chrome Extensions On Specific Sites
Do you have certain Google Chrome extensions that you only want used on certain sites? Extension Automation is, you guessed it, a Chrome extension that will let you select which sites to enable your extensions on.
- BurnAware Free 4.7 [Homepage] [Mirror]
- CDBurnerXP 126.96.36.19971 [Homepage] [Mirror]
- Dropbox 1.3.21 Experimental [Homepage] [Mirror]
- Firefox 11.0 Beta 7 [Homepage] [Mirror]
- Flash Player 188.8.131.52 [Homepage] [Mirror]
- Google Chrome 17.0.963.78 [Homepage] [Mirror]
- iTunes 10.6 [Homepage] [Mirror]
- Miranda 0.9.46 [Homepage] [Mirror]
- Opera 12.00.1325 Beta [Homepage] [Mirror]
- SeaMonkey 2.8 Beta 5 [Homepage] [Mirror]
- Skype 184.108.40.206 [Homepage] [Mirror]
- SMPlayer 0.7.1 [Homepage] [Mirror]
- Thunderbird 11.0 Beta 4 [Homepage] [Mirror]
- uTorrent 220.127.116.11821 [Homepage] [Mirror]