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Google Launches Blink: Bye-bye WebKit
There are 1 replies, with the last one on 04/06/2013 at 6:12:07 PM by chrishirst
Let's hope they get rid of the "no borders" look that Apple like so much but makes it damned difficult to work out where the windows start and finish.
Microsoft Windows 8 Upgrade "Blue" Confirmed
Microsoft on Tuesday finally confirmed that it is working on Windows Blue. An update to Windows 8, Windows Blue had been, prior to Microsoft's remarks, one of the tech industry's worst-kept secrets. It has also been controversial; with enhancements seemingly limited to the OS's touch-oriented Modern UI, the upgrade has provoked some to forecast the death of Windows' classic desktop interface.
Microsoft hasn't commented on such speculation, but with Blue now out in the open and several high-profile launches and events on the horizon, the software giant won't be able to remain mum much longer. Read more @ Information Week
Apple ID Password Security Flaw Discovered
A new exploit lets anyone who knows your birthday and e-mail address reset your Apple ID password, according to a new report.
The exploit, described by The Verge though not posted publicly, makes use of a special URL that gets around the need for a security question, a security measure Apple put in place on all Apple ID accounts last April.
The reported exploit does not work on accounts with two-step verification enabled, which Apple introduced yesterday, and does away with the security question in favor of sending a four-digit PIN code to a cell phone that needs to be entered along with the typical password.
Read more @ CNET
Google Launches "Keep"
Google unveiled its rumored Keep service Wednesday, giving users a new way to create and save notes and integrate them with Google Drive.
The service is live both on the Web and in a new app for Android devices running on 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and above.
Keep gives Google users a central place to store the information they collect from its various services. People are doing this already in Google Docs -- keeping to-do lists, recipes, and other short snippets of text on individual documents.
Read more @ CBS
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