Microsoft has officially supported Youtube’s decision to stop support for IE6. Even Microsoft agrees…it is about time. IE6 has already been reputed to be the most hated web browser, especially by web designers. It is predicted Youtube’s move is just a start, as most high profile websites have started to initiate the process to stop supporting IE6 altogether.
Many of us are used to online purchases with the use of credit card but somehow security of your card information in such transactions is not guaranteed. So there are chances that your credit card information being tampered and be used in unscrupulous activities. As a solution NetSecure Technologies brings you a device, the SmartSwipe that helps you swipe your card in it for online payment rather than typing in your credit card number.
Out of all the crazy thing you can possibly do with an iPhone, I think this one of the most prominent. The talented team at iSoft has developed a hack that uses the original image of Windows 95 and the Bochs Emulator to do this. Ofcourse the performance is poor, but hey…who would have imagined running Win95 on your iPhone?
Apple’s revolutionary approach to new technology is almost never ending. Almost every product it releases is always more interesting than the previous one. Here’s an update on the next iPhone OS (possibly version 4.0 or 5.0): You can point your iPhone to a real object which the phone will actually recognize and provide relevant information about it! How about that.
With another OS revolution in the horizon, we couldn’t stop searching for any more updates on the upcoming Google Chrome OS. Looks like we may have found some. Here’s a few shots of the one of the most anticipated OS. Ofcourse this is nowhere close to the final version which is scheduled to be released sometime mid 2010, but it is still a working Private Developer Beta.
I think this is one of those “inevitable” moments in technology/computer science. Google finally revealed its plan to launch their own operating system…Chrome OS. The estimated arrival date would be around second half of next year. The OS will be capable to run on x86 (Intel / AMD) powered computers as well as ARM processors.