The popular Digsby instant messenger client not only bundles half a dozen “optional” crapware applications, it’s also using your computer to crawl the web, do stock market research, and more. It’s time to uninstall.
Bhuvan is a revolutionary mapping application by ISRO that claims to serve images with far higher resolution than Google Earth. Bhuvan will use images taken by ISRO’s seven remote sensing satellites. View celestial objects with Bhuvan Bhuvan, an ambitious project […]
Between February 2009 and July 2009, Symantec tracked a total of 3.5 million searches that were submitted by users of their OnlineFamily.Norton service. The list of search terms was ranked from those submitted most frequently to those submitted the least. […]
At Seadragon.com you can share any image on the web as a zoomable photo. Simply point Seadragon.com at any image you’ve got on the web, and in no time flat, you’ve got a zoomable viewer just like this one. Share […]
Linux Foundation, the non-profit that supports the growth of the Linux kernel, is today announcing an affinity Visa Platinum credit card for people who want to contribute to advancing the OS through the organization’s initiatives.
Since the release of Bing, the Google Page Rank of the site had been set at PR level 2. This week that level has jumped up to PR level 9 showing that Google are taking the competition fairly seriously and […]
Yesterday Apple approved an update to a NSFW app called “Hottest Girls”. The update made the app to be first on the store having nude content. Seems that with the 3.0 Parental controls, Apple won’t babysit you anymore and leave […]
Kayak, the popular multi-airline airfare search engine, thinks Microsoft Bing’s new travel search engine looks so much like its own that it’s confusing Kayak users. The travel search company sent Microsoft a legal letter last week telling them to cut […]
Many bloggers accept perks such as free laptops, trips to Europe, $500 gift cards or even thousands of dollars for a 200-word post. Bloggers vary in how they disclose such freebies, if they do so at all.
Mozilla is celebrating its very first Mozilla Service Week. During the week of September 14-21, 2009, we’re asking people to step up and make a difference by using the Web to better their community. Mozilla is a global community with […]
At its second annual Searchology event at its Mountain View California headquarters, Google rolled out new Web search features and an update to its “Sky Map” that can allow users of its mobile phones to figure out which constellations they […]
Google may promote it’s Chrome browser through TV ads. This ad, was made by the Google’d Japan Team to promote Chrome, and according to Google’s official blog, will be featured on TV. However, a Google spokesperson said there currently aren’t […]
Apple is seriously considering price cuts on its desktop machines and on the 13” MacBook. Word of the changes comes just weeks after Cupertino-based company became the target of a renewed advertising blitz from rival Microsoft Corp., which is using […]
The weather is an endless topic for conversation, and the ‘Net is chock full of great weather sites as well as weather gadgets, widgets and so on. So, we here at The Windows Club in association with WindowsTalk are asking […]