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Yahoo One Search

12 February 2009 | Alex Christie

I will admit that it is rare for me to blog about something without actually having first hand experience with it but this one is way to cool for me to wait for my Blackberry […]

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Google makes Gmail available offline

12 February 2009 | Alex Christie

Google has enabled offline access for Gmail, only available to users in the USA and United Kingdom. The users will be allowed to access their Gmail account when they aren’t connected to the internet. Gmail […]

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Microsoft’s new F#, does it strike a chord?

12 February 2009 | Alex Christie

When I first heard about F# (pronounced F sharp) – a new programming language from Microsoft, I thought it was going to be "yet another deviation" of a well known programming language. Somehow I think […]

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Google Japan loses PageRank

12 February 2009 | Alex Christie

It seems Google Japan has not been following its own SEO guidelines. Google has had to issue an apology for using a pay-per-post service to promote one it's new online products. "Google Japan is running […]

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Adopt-a-blog#17 – www.artnewsblog.com

11 February 2009 | Alex Christie

An art connoisseur, no, but passionate about the arts, yes. I thought that I would be right out of my depth with this one.  Instead, a nice surprise. International art stories with a focus on […]

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How will fame change Twitter?

10 February 2009 | Henry Elliss

If, like me, you are a regular twitterer, you’ll doubtless have been witnessing the recent boom in popularity that it’s received – particularly in the UK. Thanks in no small part to what will doubtless […]

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We like it…a lot

10 February 2009 | Annie Wakefield

Facebook has established itself as the powerhouse of social networking, but luckily for us they haven't rested on their laurels and they are constantly trying to implement new functions to enhance our experience on their […]

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Can Twitter threaten Google?

9 February 2009 | Annie Wakefield

Your first answer might just be, No! Never! And you may well be right, but indulge me for a moment and I shall attempt to shed some light on the subject. Twitter has become somewhat […]

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Real life phishing…

9 February 2009 | Alex Christie

As if getting a parking ticket isn’t the epitome of annoyance and frustration, now it seems as if these tickets are trying to rob you as well. There have been reports that a number of […]

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A “digital clutch” that looks fantastic on the catwalk

6 February 2009 | Annie Wakefield

Hewlett-Packard is not known for its runway creations, but after the catwalk introduction of this gorgeous digital ‘clutch’, every woman will be lining up to own one. Ok, so you can't put your lipstick, credit […]