Posts Tagged ‘internet’

The only tech news that really matters today is…Google’s Chrome OS announcement. What is it? Chrome OS is a light-weight operating system based off of Linux. The OS design ques are based off of those from Google’s Chrome web browser. Because of it’s Linux heritage, Chrome OS’s intent is to provide lightning fast boot-up times […]


Happy birthday to you, happy birthday day to you, happy birthday to Firefoxxxxx. Happyy birthday to you!! Okay, your fifth birthday was actually on Monday; I’m late. Sorry. As a belated gift, I will continue to use you for the foreseeable future as my primary web browser. That is until something better comes out – […]


I might have missed Halloween this year (don’t you hate being sick?), but how could I have missed this beautiful cover for the New Yorker? The cover is illustrated by Chris Ware, and depicts the sad reality of the access that the iPhone brings with it. I wonder what they those parents are checking out. […]


BlackBerry users may have something to cheer about real soon: a usable web browser based off of WebKit. WebKit browsers are already in iPhones, Android phones, and making their way into many portable Internet devices such as the iPod touch, and Zune HD. A mysterious job posting for “WebKit” developer” was posted over on Career […]


Hulu, the ever popular website for watching your favorite TV shows for free is about to get a whole lot less free. It is expected that starting in 2010, the ad-based video website will start charging for content. News Corp. Deputy Chairman Chase Carey had this to say about Hulu: It’s time to start getting […]