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.
Nearly Half of Windows 7 Installs are 64-bit
Microsoft reported last week that 46% of Windows 7 installs are 64-bit, which is high when compared to Vista’s 11%.
Google Secretly Invested $100+ Million in Zynga
Google’s rather large investment in the makers of Farmville could be an indication of an upcoming Google Games.
Rich Text Signatures Available in Gmail
Gmail users finally have the ability to automatically insert rich text signatures into their emails.
Fring Adds Two-Way Video Calling for iPhone 4
The free Fring iPhone app makes it possible to video chat with Skype desktop users.
Shanghai’s New Apple Store Quite a Marvel
Shanghai is now home to one of the largest Apple stores, and it sports several 40-foot high curved glass panels at the entrance.
Xbox Live: Over $1.2 Billion in Annual Revenue
Amazingly more than half of Xbox Live users are actually paying for the Gold membership, which you’ll if you want to do, well, pretty much anything.
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Customize Firefox 4’s Big Orange Button
Anyone testing out Firefox 4 will surely notice the new all-in-one orange button in the upper-left corner that has replaced the Menu Bar. Download Squad has some nice tips to make it blend in a bit better with the browser.
Top 10 Hulu Tips
All Hulu users should glance through this article. It has some great tips on watching shows on your Android phone, through Media Center, downloading clips, and much more.
What to Expect Switching from iPhone to Android
This guide helps educate consumers as to what they can expect when switching from an iPhone to Android device.
Catalog of Over 1,600 Cheat Sheets
Devcheatsheet.com is a great source of cheat sheets for just about any programming language.
Automate Downloads from Sites Like Rapidshare
MDownloader is a free utility that downloads files from popular sharing sites like Rapidshare and MegaUpload. It will even handle any time delays and captchas that are thrown at it.
Fake is a Browser with Automator-like Actions for Mac Users
There aren’t a lot of situations where you’d use this, but I can think of a few. This browser lets you specify automated actions such as opening/navigating websites and submitting forms automatically. Mac only.
Generate Your Own SSL Certificate for Free
These are some instructions on how you can get a genuine SSL certificate for free.