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.


–News–

opera mini.jpgOpera Mini for iPhone Tops App Store Charts
Once Apple gave Opera Mini the stamp of approval it didn’t take long for the free mobile browser to top the App Store in all 22 worldwide locations. I was one of those people who jumped on the chance to download the browser, but didn’t find much that was better than the built-in Safari browser. The loading times of sites were on par with Safari despite all traffic being passed through and optimized by Opera. Still, it hit over 1 million downloads in its first day of availability, which is pretty impressive.


cs5 content aware.jpgPhotoshop CS5 Content Aware Filling
Adobe will be releasing Creative Suite 5 in the next month, and one of the newly added features to Photoshop CS5 will be content-aware filling. This is like a healing brush on steroids, and is meant to remove and/or patch objects in photos. The video demonstrations shown off by Adobe are nothing short of impressive, and it will be interesting to see how this plays out when put up against some of our own photos.



–News in Brief–

office 2010.jpgOffice 2010 Reaches RTM
Microsoft Office 2010 has been released to manufacturing, and will be available in retail stores this June.


chicago bulls.jpgGoogle Adjusts Search Recommendations
Recommendations shown on Google will now be tailored to the location that you’re searching from.


google clound print.jpgGoogle’s Cloud Approach to Printing
Google has released documentation that manufacturers can begin using to create “cloud aware” printers.


google servers.jpgServer Quantity Comparison of Major Companies
This is a breakdown on how many servers key companies have in relationship to the estimated number that Google has.


silverlight 4.jpgSilverlight 4 Released
The new version of Silverlight brings a few business-focused features, some of which include enterprise networking and printing.


gmail drag drop attachments.jpgDrag and Drop Attachments in Gmail
Google Chrome and Firefox 3.6+ users can now experience another benefit of having a HTML5-compatible browser: drag-and-drop attachments in Gmail.


evernote history.jpgEvernote Premium Provides Note History
Premium users of Evernote will be able to review wiki-style changes made to notes overtime thanks to a new history feature found in the web interface.


twitter users.jpgTwitter Surpasses 100M Registered Users
Twitter has announced that they currently have 105 million registered users, and are getting 300K new users every day.


teamviewer.jpgTeamViewer Goes Cross-Platform
TeamViewer crossed a big hurdle with the newly released Linux client, which means you can now share your desktop regardless of what platform you’re using.


ubuntu one.jpgUbuntu One Music Store Now Available
Using Rhythmbox you can gain access to the Ubuntu One music store where you can purchase and sync music to your portable device (including the iPhone).


house finale.jpgCanon 5D Mark II Used to Shoot House Season Finale
Director of the TV show House answers some questions on Twitter about shooting the entire finale using a Canon 5D Mark II DSLR camera.


google docs.jpgGoogle Docs Gets Improvements
Google Docs gets a better document and spreadsheet editor, realtime collaboration, and more.



–Tips, Tutorials, and Reviews–

wii cracked.jpgHow to Play Wii Games from an External Drive
This guide explains how you can use an SD card and an external hard drive as a way to backup all of your existing Wii games. Not only does this let you keep the actual discs safely tucked away, but it also means that you don’t have to go fishing for the discs when you want to play a game.


move windows.jpgFree App Move Windows Between Multiple Monitors
This program is something I’ve wanted for a little while now. In a nutshell it will let you move a window to another monitor in just a couple clicks. This is something that Ultramon has always done, but seeing that Ultramon isn’t free I’d much rather use an app like this. The only other thing that would make this better for me would be if it had assignable hotkeys so that switching was even faster!



–Tips in Brief–

mouse monitor.jpgKeep Your Mouse From Jumping Between Monitors
Dual Display Mouse Manager (DDMM) will prevent your mouse from unexpectedly jumping to another monitor when it gets close to the edge of the screen.  


dragoman.jpgBatch Convert Nearly Anything with This Mac App
Using a simple drag-and-drop operation you can convert images, music, documents, archives from one format to another.


syncless.jpgAnother Free File Sync Tool
This free file synchronization tool takes a slightly different approach to setting up jobs by using a tagging system to identify locations.


gigatweaker.jpgCustomize Windows 7 with GigaTweaker
GigaTweaker makes it easy to adjust certain aspects of Windows 7 that would normally require you to, for example, make registry changes.



–Downloads–

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