Monthly Archive:: March 2011

Make Your Own Animation Videos with YouTube Create, No Skill Required

Creating a video these days is not much of a challenge for most people. You can even get away with using a camera phone. Creating animation can be pretty hard and often requires expensive software, but GoAnimate and Xtranormal Movie Maker let you create animated videos with just a text storyline. In

Mozilla launches Firefox 4

Mozilla is finally launched Firefox 4.0 without any official announcement. There’s still no official announcement, but you can check out to watch the live video stream of the launch event and even ask the team questions about Firefox 4.0 live. And without any offically announcement Firefox 4.0 has already gone past

Chat with your Facebook friends on Yahoo! Mail Beta

According to Product Manager Stephanie Shum Sr. from Yahoo! Mail has written on yahoomail blog: Now Yahoo is introducing a few new features for Yahoo Mail Beta users. Those running the latest version of the popular webmail interface already have a number of unique features and the updates continue to improve them.

Block Any Domain from Google Searches Now

Amay Champaneria and Beverly Yang, Search Quality Engineers at Google, wrote: You’ve probably had the experience where you’ve clicked a result and it wasn’t quite what you were looking for. Many times you’ll head right back to Google. Perhaps the result just wasn’t quite right, but sometimes you may dislike the site

YSlow for Chrome

YSlow, Yahoo’s website optimization tool, is now available as a Chrome extension as well. YSlow has been available for Firefox users for a few years. Porting it to Chrome enables more webmasters to access the tool from the browser of their choice. Ever since YSlow for Firefox was first released, it has

Google Chrome 10 Stable Released

Google Chrome 10 has been released to the stable version, now everyone can use it. The latest version of the popular browser has been in development for a couple of months and has been in beta for the past three weeks. Software Engineer Tim Steele wrote On the google offical blog: Chrome’s

Wallaby – Flash to HTML5 Converter From Adobe

According to Adobe blog: Adobe has introduced an interesting new tool which converts Flash content into HTML5. Don’t get too excited, it’s not the answer to everyone’s problems as it may seem, since it only works for animations, banners and things of that nature, but it’s a start and a glimpse of

What is Banking Trojan

Traditionally, banking Trojans typically just captured data traffic exchanged between the user and the online banking website. The captured information included the authentication information, which is collected and sent to the attacker by the Trojan for their use or to sell on to other parties for a profit. For as long as

SMS chat with your Facebook via Yahoo! Messenger 11 Beta

One of the big new features in the latest Yahoo Messenger 11, still in beta, is the Facebook integration. This is part of a broader strategy at Yahoo and the company is taking it one step further now by enabling users to send and receive Facebook chat messages via SMS. “You can