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.


angry birds.pngAngry Birds on Android Brings GetJar Site Down
Last week the first non-beta release of Angry Birds made its way on to the Android platform. The game was released for free thanks to in-game advertising, and the sheer demand overloaded the GetJar servers which were serving up the game.

google analytics.jpgGoogle Introduces In-Page Analytics
A new feature for Analytics users makes it possible to overlay traffic statistics on your site for a better understanding of what people are clicking on.

ipad att verizon.jpgiPad Coming to AT&T and Verizon Stores
Next week on October 28th both AT&T and Verizon stores will start selling the iPad. Verizon will offer a MiFi bundle that costs the same as the 3G version of the iPad from AT&T.

netflix disc ps3.jpgPS3 Getting Disc-Free Netflix Today
Starting today PS3 owners will be able to stream 1080p videos from the Netflix on-demand service.

opera 11.jpgOpera 11 Will Have Extension Support
An upcoming alpha release of the Opera 11 software will include basic extension support, which sounds like it is similar to Google Chrome’s implementation.

back to the mac.jpgApple Holding a Mac-Focused Event This Week
On Wednesday Apple is hosting a small event on their campus to show off what appears to be Mac OS X Lion, the next iteration of their desktop OS.

sony google tv remote.jpgHands-On with Sony’s First Google TV
Gizmodo has a quick rundown on their initial impressions of the Google TV, which seems generally positive despite a little lag when switching between menus.

samsung windows phone 7.jpgEngadget’s Windows Phone 7 Launch Guide
This is a nice aggregation of information and hands-on guides for many of the Windows Phone 7 devices that will be ready at launch in November for U.S. residents.

self driving cars.jpgGoogle is Working on Self-Driving Cars
The New York Times got the scoop on one of Google’s latest projects that involves a modified Toyota Prius that is capable of driving itself.

goog 411.jpgGoogle Shutting Down GOOG-411
On November 12th Google will be discontinuing their free 411 voice-powered directory assistance service.

–Tips, Tutorials, and Reviews–

wga xp.jpgHow to Remove Windows Genuine Advantage from Windows XP
If you’re not thrilled about WGA on your Windows XP PC you can follow these steps to have it completely removed from the machine.

joliprint.jpgSave Google Reader Articles to PDF Using Joliprint
Using the Joliprint bookmarklet you can get one-click access to a nicely formatted PDF version of any article you want to save.

gmail unsubscribe.jpgSearch for Emails in Gmail that Work with Auto-Unsubscribe
Gmail has an auto-unsubscribe feature that a lot of people forget about since not every newsletter or email you get is supported. Using this search query, however, you can find all of the emails in your account that do support it.

superoneclick.jpgSuperOneClick Roots Most Android Phones
SuperOneClick is a fancy Windows app that lets you root all but 7 different Android phones in a single click.

windows automator.jpgA Mac Automator Clone for Windows Users
This free app pushes to fill the automation needs of Windows users through a simple drag-and-drop interface similar to the Automator on the Mac.

backup oem activation.jpgInstalling an OEM Version of Windows 7 without Bloatware
With Winstallinator you can backup your OEM activation in Windows 7, install a fresh copy of the OS from a different source (even a trial), and then restore the OEM activation.

grooveshark portable.jpgPortable Version of Grooveshark Desktop App for Windows
This lightweight portable version of Grooveshark isn’t any different than using the website (although the ads are removed), but some people prefer to have a dedicated app for their music playing needs.

tv on ios.jpgConvert Windows 7 MC Recordings to an iOS Compatible Format
Converting a TV recording from Windows 7 Media Center to an MP4 isn’t exactly a one-click process, but it is doable.