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Delivered the Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 Beta 1!

By the time the beta 1 is available for Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008, Windows XP Service Pack 2 Professional and Home both the 64-Bit version of the cone of 32 and Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2 either version of 64-Bit like 32.

Download IE 8 Beta 1

New features and functionality:
1. Activities. It is a “send to” improved allowing send content to online services more popular.
2. WebSlices, allowing the sites offer their readers small subscriptions to specific content that we can see more comfortable in our bookmarks bar
3. Favorites Bar, a bar with our favorite links and which also can display subscriptions.
4. Automatic Crash Recovery, which is designed to soften the falls system, avoiding a possible loss of information in anticipation of errors and recovering tabs corrupt and lost.
5. New antiphising filter, which allows system administrators to secure sites trademarks and unsafe.Finally highlight of the same intent of Microsoft to make its browser used by default system support open standards.

While I continue with my FIREFOX and waiting for  FIREFOX 3.0

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Gizmo Proyecto For Nokia N810

Available now version of Gizmo Project for the Nokia N810, which, after using it on the N800 think almost indispensable, or at least one of the best tools to talk to these Internet Tablet.


The typical advantages are simple; toll-free calls to users of Gizmo, Google Talk and MSN; video calls with other users Gizmo; much cheaper rates throughout the world and other things .. But personally what I like is the ability to take all this in a team like N810 to esmucho more comfortable than a notebook and much more powerful than a smartphone.

Nokia Internet Radio


Nokia has just launched its Nokia Internet Radio that is, in short, an application that allows you to tune in Internet radio but any phone with Symbian S60, although still ready for the Nokia N82, N91 and N95. Continue reading

Top Internet Security Risks of 2007

hacker.jpgCyber criminals and cyber spies have shifted their focus again, successfully evading the countermeasures that most companies and government agencies have worked for years to put into place. Facing real improvements in system and network security, the attackers now have two new prime targets that allow them to evade firewalls, antivirus and even intrusion prevention tools: users who are easily misled and custom-built applications. This is a major shift from prior years when attackers limited most of their targets to flaws in commonly used software.
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