Monthly Archives: August 2010

IE9 Screenshot Leaked to the Web

399-ie9-screenshotHas a Microsoft subsidiary accidentally leaked a screenshot of Internet Explorer 9? Craig examines the image and concludes that, if it’s a fake, it’s a very good one. Continue reading

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Google Adds Free Telephone Voice Calls to GMail

396-google-voiceYou can now call a standard land-line telephone from your GMail account. The free service is being rolled out to US customers, but Craig reveals a loophole which may allow international usage. Continue reading

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Google, Verizon and the Net Neutrality Debate

386-google-verizonHas net neutrality been threatened by the Verizon-Google Legislative Framework Proposal? Craig examines the paper and gives his opinion. Continue reading

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Google Wave’s Goodbye

335-google-waveGoogle is scrapping their Wave system after less than a year following disappointing adoption rates. Craig looks at the reasons why it failed. Continue reading

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British Government Rejects IE6 Upgrade Petition

376-uk-ie6-petitionThe UK Government has rejected calls for IE6 to be upgraded within their departments. Craig discusses their statement and the problems with the petition. Continue reading

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