Category Archives: Internet

New Firefox version Latest- Free Downloads

The new Firefox version is in the process of release soon. Now they are in the act of getting the feedback from the users. They have placed this free trial version in their webpage. So if you wish to download this version then click the below picture

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This browser has many new features; some of the features I found while I tried this version are;

Private browsing is the main feature which is included in this version.

When we use this mode and browse the history will not be stored in the web page or any other source.
Includes private browsing, enhanced performance and other new features are present.

When you go to that link and see, we have flexible versions as per the users OS usage it supports are XP, MAC OS, Linux, etc..

Microsoft to Launch Next Generation Search Engine- Kumo

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Although Microsoft is testing the search engine under the Kumo name, executives have said that is just one of several names the company is considering.

Microsoft has reportedly put up a clock in one of its buildings with a 40-day countdown to the launch of its next generation search engine, code named Kumo.

The search engine focuses on a couple of areas, including an attempt to break down a search query into a couple more detailed options. When searching, say, for the term “Audi,” Kumo breaks things down into an initial result with facts such as price and fuel economy pulled out in bold, followed by general Web results, then results by category, such as Audi parts, used Audis, and Audi accessories.

The software maker has been testing its search engine internally since last month, but has not said exactly when the service would launch. The countdown appears to roughly coincide with a speech from newly minted online boss Qi Lu, who is slated to speak at the SMX Advanced event on June 3. The timing also seems to coincide with reports that Microsoft plans a big ad campaign for its search engine starting this summer.

The New Features in Gmail

gmail-suggestedrecipientsA latest new features in Gmail is Suggest more recipients from the Gmail team in the Gmail Labs.

This new feature suggests you the name of the recipient (while you are composing a mail and adding recipients) from the long list of contacts whom you habitually send e-mails.

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Gmail Labs adds a new feature to save time when composing messages it can now suggest contacts based on the groups you email most often. It is like a personal secretary reminding you the names of the people you are supposed to take care of.

The suggested recipients will be displayed after you enter at least two recipients. Enabling the feature works the same as all the Gmail Labs options. just head to the Labs tab under Settings and turn on the option. Now you can ensure that you dont miss someone important in the group.

Airtel Lanched India’s fastest DSL broadband Services

airtel-launches-16-mbps-broadbandAirtel announced the India’s fastest DSL broadband.
The availability of 16Mbps broadband, which now claims to be fastest DSL broadband in India

The broadband internet speeds are all set to rise for the Indian net surfer. Airtel has announced that Airtel’s Carrier Ethernet Network, will be initially available in the cities of Delhi NCR, Chennai and Bangalore with phased roll-out to additional cities of Hyderabad, Pune, Mumbai and Kolkata.

Airtel is offering 2 plans with 16 Mbps broadband:

  • Speed Combo 2999:16 Mbps broadband speed with monthly data transfer limit of 20 GB for Rs. 2999 per month
  • Speed Combo 4999: 16 Mbps broadband speed with monthly data transfer limit of 50 GB for Rs. 4999 per month

Airtel delivers its broadband service through a fibre backbone of Carrier Ethernet Network with last mile delivery on copper using ADSL2+ technology, enabling ultra high-speed broadband.

Yahoo-new music service

yahoomusicThe new version of Yahoo Music, unveiled on Monday, aggregates paid and free music services available on the Internet, allowing Yahoo users to access and interact with the services directly from the Yahoo site.

Yahoo Inc is partnering with other online music providers as the Internet giant tries a fresh approach to getting an edge in the evolving digital music business.

The move comes a little over a year after Yahoo announced it was shuttering its own paid-music service, and is in keeping with the company’s latest efforts to make Yahoo a more open service by integrating products and services developed by other companies.

Visitors to the Yahoo Music site will be able to select from a variety modules representing the Web’s disparate music sites, including free, radio-like streaming audio services such as Pandora and last.fm, music videos from Google Inc’s, YouTube, and paid music downloads from iTunes and Amazon.com.

Yahoo Music was the No. 2 online music site in December, with 19.6 million unique visitors, according to research company ComScore. Time Warner Inc’s AOL Music was the top site with 24.6 million visitors, while News Corp’s MySpace Music ranked third with 17.2 million visitors. The new Yahoo Music-a major strategic shift for Yahoo.

Yahoo Music General Manager Michael Spiegelman said that We really want to focus on providing the service that’s most valuable to users, and then partner with third parties to provide the entire set of music services.

IBM- To Enter cloud computing Software Market

Cloud computingone of the latest buzz words in Silicon Valley — refers to a variety of ways in which technology companies offer computing services over the Web from remote data centers, seemingly from the cloud of the Internet.

ibmIBM will sell a suite of Web-based collaboration software for businesses, including contact management, instant messaging and file sharing programs, the computing giant’s biggest effort to date to sell software as a service.

IBM will charge companies $10 to $45 per user per month for its software suite, which it will host at its own data centers and deliver via the Web, a company executive said in an interview on Tuesday. The suit will be available April 7.

IBM Vice President Sean Poulley said “What you are seeing are the beginnings of the whole IBM company moving toward cloud computing,”