Monthly Archive:: December 2010

Facebook Introduces Face Recognition for Photo Tagging

Every day, people add more than 100 million tags to photos on Facebook. They do it because it’s an easy way to share photos and memories. Unlike photos that get forgotten in a camera or an unshared album, tagged photos help you and your friends relive everything from that life-altering skydiving trip

Gmail Introduces Contact Backup and Restore Feature

Google’s whole philosophy stays on building big things by one baby step at a time. So the latest new feature to be introduced in Gmail may not be the biggest, but it all adds up. And for the ones that will have to use it, the new contact recover feature could prove

New Twitter Worm Making The Rounds

twitter virus is on the loose this evening, replicated by people clicking on mobile links shortened with like in this Twitter search. Thus far I’ve seen it spreading through two different urls and but there’s a good chance there are others. The worm also seems to be creating and/or

Download Adobe Photoshop 12.0.2 update for Adobe Photoshop CS5

Adobe has updated a number of products from its Creative Suite 5. Adobe Photoshop CS5 12.0.2 is a bug-fixing update which resolves a number of crashes, performance issues and even security vulnerabilities. Adobe Photoshop CS5 12.0.2 is the second patch to the most recent release of the popular photo editing and manipulation

Finally! Google’s Chrome App Store And Google Netbook Coming Next Week

Google has more or less confirmed the December 7 launch date for both the Chrome Web Store and, more exciting, Chrome OS. Google sent out invitations to an event for the date related to Chrome. The company isn’t saying much else, but, along with a couple of rumors that were flying around,

Google-branded Chrome OS netbook to launch on December 7th

The headline pretty much reveals the brunt of it, but indeed, it looks like next week Google is going to start talking about how its Chrome operating system is coming along. Multiple sources have told us that Google will be holding some sort of event on Tuesday, December 7th — we’re not

Indian and Pakistani Hackers Battle It Out with Website Defacements

Pakistani hackers have defaced over 250 Indian websites this past weekend, including that of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), in retaliation to a similar mass attack from a group called the “Indian Cyber Army.” The list of 270 websites included domains like,, and Among them, CBI’s website

Groupon Launches Two New Big Features ‘Stores’ and ‘Deal Feeds’

While the rumors of a possible Google buyout continue to pour in, Groupon is making several big moves of its own. It’s introducing the biggest update to the site and the business model since launch and it’s also acquiring three group-buy startups in Asia. Groupon Stores With Groupon Stores, businesses can now