About RogerDunning@TWCN

Roger Dunning is a technology evangelist. He lives in New York with his wife and pet dog. You can find him 24×7 on the Internet.
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Adobe Flash future version, to get 3D Functionality

Adobe has announced that they will be adding a 3D API to “a future version” of Flash. This will definitely impress users who wonder how the web will look like in 3D and Adobe wants to be first in this […]

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YouTube launches Leanback and a new mobile site

YouTube  has launched a cool new feature called YouTube Leanback.  Leanback automatically plays videos in full-screen mode and in a continuous manner. It automatically plays a stream of high-definition videos catered to your account settings. You can just lean back and watch […]

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3 million downloads WordPress; 100 million plugin downloads & counting

WordPress is one of the best blogging platforms there is! And they have proved it time and again ! This time, WordPress 3.0 has completed 3 million downloads  on July 1st. WordPress plugin downloads have  have completed 100 million downloads […]

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Sony to recall half a million Vaio laptops

On Wednesday, Sony announced its plans to recall about 535,000 Vaio laptops as they all had overheating problems. The company said that the flaw is actually in the temperature control of the laptop which can create an excessive buildup of […]

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Windows Phone 7 Rockstar Winners announced

The Windows Phone 7 Rockstar Award contest was started a few months back and was aimed at all the aspiring community of developer students all over the globe. There were a total of 131 entries which were designed either using […]

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Windows Phone 7 design – Dell Lightning

The long wait is finally over. We all have been tweaking, searching and reading about Windows Phone 7 all over the web but none of were actually aware about the exact prototype design of WP7 by any mobile making company […]

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Firefox to shut down development for Windows Phone

In our earlier post we mentioned what Mozilla expected from Microsoft; but latest development shows that they are actually no longer interested in working for making Windows Phone NDK compatible with Firefox!