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Foursquare 2.0 for iPhone now available, emphasizes To-Dos and Tips (Download Squad)

Sep 21st 2010 1:24PM I'm the developer fo the webOS version and yep, I'm in the middle of updating it as well!

What's up, dock? Henge ships low-cost MacBook docks (

Apr 20th 2010 11:44AM I like the idea, but I like using my MacBook as a second monitor. Anyone know of any MacBook Pro docks that allow the screen to remain opened?

Firebug web-developer debugging add-on version 1.5.2 now out (Download Squad)

Feb 25th 2010 4:45PM The down-arrow feature has been there since forever. Works on numeric values as well as textual ones like you've mentioned. I wanna say it's been there since at least 1.1, if not earlier.

Look out, Foursquare! Gowalla adds trips and bookmarks (Download Squad)

Jan 29th 2010 1:31PM While not explicitly bookmarks, Foursquare does push venues you've been to before to the top of the list in a different group heading so you can find theme easier.

FoursquareX brings checkins (and a map) to your Mac desktop (Download Squad)

Jan 19th 2010 2:15PM Actually, the Palm webOS version of the app (disclaimer: I'm the lead dev) has a Google map that looks just like that for your friends.

Foursquare app coming soon to BlackBerry (Download Squad)

Dec 7th 2009 3:40PM psst! And webOS....

You didn't hear it from me...

Ask DLS: Does Google Chrome Frame tactic smell funny to anyone else? (Download Squad)

Sep 22nd 2009 5:14PM My theory is that a lot of people won't switch to a new browser because they're used to IE. They have their bookmarks there and don't know how to move them. They know what the back button looks like. They have their cookies and history there. This would let people adventurous enough to download an app, but not enough to make a big change, try out Chrome with the familiar IE interface and keep their bookmarks and everything. Then, who knows -- they may decide to go 100% after a while.

I know when I first made the jump from IE to Firefox years ago when I was forced to use it to test out websites I was designing, I was reluctant because I lived in IE. Of course, being tech savvy, importing was a breeze, but for many, that's a scary thought, if they even know that's an option.

Play Contra, Super Mario Bros., Tetris, and more in Google Chrome (Download Squad)

Sep 17th 2009 1:21PM Early 90s? better than 75% of those titles are mid- to late-80s.

Greasemonkey to Firefox add-on converter: why bother? (Download Squad)

Sep 2nd 2009 7:07PM I could see it being useful if you use Greasemonkey for just one user script and don't want all that overhead.

Or if you wrote a really great userscript and wanna open it up to a larger audience.

More rumored details of iTunes 9 emerge (

Aug 11th 2009 2:06PM Not to mention when isn't selected, its text is still bold...