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.


windows mobile themes.jpgWindows Mobile 6.5 Themes
Microsoft is turning to popular designers to help make some themes for the upcoming Windows Mobile 6.5. Some of them look pretty slick, too.

skype iphone-1.jpgSkype for iPhone a Hit
The Skype team announced that after just two days of being released their free iPhone application had been downloaded over a million times. That is quite an achievement, and comes out to around 6 downloads per second.

firefox logo.jpgFirefox Overtakes IE in Europe
According to a recent study the Firefox 3 market share in Europe has reached a high of 35.05%, while IE7 sits with 34.54%. Of course this doesn’t take into account combined market share of the different versions of each browser, which I’d guess IE is still taking the lead on.

gmail themes.jpgGmail Themes for Google Apps Users
Last week Google finally decided to let Apps users get in on some of the Gmail theme goodness. I’m not sure why it took so long to get the themes ported over for Apps users, but it’s nice they got around to it.

google april fools.jpgGoogle’s April Fools Jokes
To Google April 1st must be considered a pretty serious holiday. Every year they come up quite a few jokes that are sure to make you laugh, and this is a nice roundup of everything they did this year.

microsoft ad campaign.jpgMicrosoft Targets Macs with New Ad Campaign
Microsoft has set their sights on Apple with a new ad campaign that is really trying to drive home the fact that Apple’s hardware is overpriced.

michael jackson.jpgUnreleased Michael Jackson Songs Hit BitTorrent
Earlier this year their were rumors that Michael Jackson had upwards of 100 unreleased songs recorded that were going to be left to his kids. Well, about 74 of those songs have managed to get leaked to BitTorrent.

zoho chat 2.jpgZoho Chat 2.0 Released
Zoho has upgraded their chat capabilities to support all of the major networks including Google, Yahoo, MSN, AIM, ICQ, and more. This is great news for those who want to collaborate with users that have accounts on various networks.

–Tips, Tutorials, and Reviews–

twittergadget.jpgPost to Twitter from Gmail
Thanks to the Gmail Labs feature that lets users embed Google Gadgets in the sidebar you can now have a great Twitter client at your fingertips. To make things even better the gadget will let you expand the Twitter view to use the space where your Inbox is normally shown. That way you’re not confined to the width of the sidebar.

gminder.jpgGminder Puts Google Calendar in the System Tray
Google has a notifier application that supports their Calendar service, but it’s only for Mac users. This nice little app for Windows users will also let you receive notifications for upcoming events so that you don’t always have to keep your browser open.

skipscreen.jpgBypass Download Timers in Firefox
The SkipScreen Firefox extension can be used to bypass those pesky download timers that show up on sites like Rapidshare and Megaupload (to name a few).

Conficker Eye Chart.jpgConficker Eye Chart
Even though the Conficker work hasn’t actually done anything yet, it probably wouldn’t hurt to see if you’ve been infected. An easy way to do that is to use this “eye chart” that will load images from several different security websites that the worm is supposed to block. This also helps determine what variant of the worm you have based upon what images actually load.

business cards.jpgHow to Create Business Cards in Office 2007
Looking for a cheap way to get some business cards? If you own Office 2007 Microsoft has several different templates that you can choose from, and you can have your business cards ready in no time at all.

sleepfm-1.jpgOnline Weather Alarm Clock
If you’ve been looking for a good online alarm clock I’d have to say that Sleep.FM is probably one of the best. You can have multiple alarms, choose between a male or female voice, and have the alarm read out the current weather conditions to you.