Google is the world’s dominant search engine. And according to it, what you see above is the list of the most popular alphabets/letters in English. Thanks to Smallbcn for coming up with this wonderful infographic.
Whether you are sending a parcel or receiving one, a little delay in either case is frustrating. If it happens to be an important one then it gets the better of us. Here’s a concept of a G.P.Stamp devised by designer Ho-Tzu Cheng which allows the user to track a parcel in real-time, without any assistance from the official package delivery companies.
Firefox finally surpassed Internet Explorer in browser market share, in Europe. According to the data from StatCounter, Firefox currently holds a 38.11% of the European browser market, while IE holds 37.52%. Surprisingly, Firefox didn’t do much to achieve this. It is Google’s Chrome, that spiked up its market share from 5.06% to 14.58% in just a year. Basically, Chrome took most of the share previously hold by IE.
If you need a visually appealing image for your Facebook profile, then look no further. The web application called Profile Maker, lets you bring in your hidden creativity and create some stunning layouts. Don’t forget to give it a try!
The blogging app all Windows Phone 7 users were waiting for, is finally here. “Writing and editing Posts and Pages is a breeze, as well as being able to quickly moderate comments and check statistics. And it’s all made to get you in and out quickly.”
Since all N900 users are well aware of Maemo’s future, most of them seem to be trying hard to port an OS that actually has a future. This time hackers tried porting Android 2.3 a.k.a. Gingerbread into the phone, and guess what…quite a few parts actually work.
For those we are interested in using the Firefox 4 beta, the latest revision is now available for download. The Firefox 4 beta 8 includes 1415 bugfixes, a fine-tuned add-ons manager, an improved WebGL support as well as URL bar enhancements.
With over 600 million users around, Facebook needs to be keep in track how everyone is actually connected. This visualization map you see above is the work of Paul Butler, an intern in the company’s infrastructure engineering team.