The phase at which Google is developing its Chrome web browser may be slow but the time it loads web pages is getting faster. And so Google Chrome has just became faster with its latest version. Along with the increase in loading speed are some minor new features with the full screen mode as the most notable of them.
So, you’ve decided to take out some photos you’ve uploaded on a social networking site. You hit the delete button and when the site told you the your photos have been deleted you left the site hurriedly. One month later, you chanced upon the direct link to the photos you thought you deleted already but lo and hold your photos were still there. Do social networking sites really delete the photos after you’ve deleted them? Apparently they did not, says a BBC report citing a research by Cambridge University reasearchers.
For those who are not using IE, Firefox or Safari browser, chances are they might be using Flock. For those who are not aware, Flock is a highly customizable and feature-rich browser created for the minority of users who don’t use the major browsers. Flock did not really strived to steal the thunder away from any these browsers despite is rich features. Until now, as Flock has released version 2.5 which is sure to please Twitter and Facebook fans.
Just when we all thought that they’ll be gone for good, or to put it in a nice way, die a slow death, here comes the bad boy of digital music sharing Napster unveiling its new venture – paid music subscription for as low as $5 a month.
I’ve been reading some online coverage about this new way to earn money online just by uploading documents called DocCash. So, I decided to check it out and found out that its a program launched by Docstoc – a document sharing site similar to Scribd. And DocCash is using Google AdSense revenue sharing scheme to let you earn from the documents you upload on Docstoc.