Category: News

Google Caffeine: The new Search engine index

Google announced launch of it’s new search engine this June 2010. It’s time to be happy for all those who update their website contents frequently and willing to appear in Google search as soon as they publish. Google has made this possible with it’s brand new search engine index.

What’s new with iPhone OS 4.0

On April 8, Apple unveiled plans for the biggest and most exciting iPhone software update yet. iPhone OS 4 will include over 100 new user features for iPhone and iPod touch owners to enjoy. And for developers, a new software development kit (SDK) offers over 1500 new APIs to create apps that are even more powerful, innovative, and amazing.

Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 Preview available for Download

Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 – Preview has been made available for download. Though you won’t be able to use it in your day to day browsing as of yet as it is in quite row format without any navigational/address bar. We have to click Page > Open > Type in the Web URL to open. Beta series should start in couple of months once things are better managed for end users. Currently it’s for enthusiasts who wants to see and test their website/web-app behavior in IE9.

Apple iPad launched

After Macintosh, iPod and iPhone Apple has created new waves in a market where there was lot of scope yet literally no competition if we consider with Apple’s standards. It seems like it will have big impact on consumers who are looking for something like this and who really like to read and publish.

NetBeans 6.8 is out

NetBeans 6.8 is out and it is on the door with many new exciting features. I am developing Web Applications with PHP, XML, Javascript, HTML and it has been great experience using NetBeans. Other than NetBeans I am using Eclipse for some of the projects and NotePad++ and EditPlus are handy for some quick-fixes where you don’t need to open up or create a new Project.

Oracle buys Sun

I think above 2 pictures, which are sliced from home page of Sun and Oracle says it all. While Sun says “Oracle to buy Sun”, Oracle has made a statement on the deal..$

Offline Gmail on the way – Thanks to Google Gears

One of Gmail’s most requested features – offline support – is now available in testing. In other words, you can now use Gmail without an Internet connection, just like you can with desktop mail clients like Outlook.

The offline support is made possible by Google Gears, which you’ll need to download in order to utilize the feature.