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Hotmail update brings Facebook chat, video integration, more (Download Squad)

Sep 23rd 2010 5:43PM Any luck with finding a IE9 Add-On that blocks that horrific sidebar ad like you did for Chrome and Firefox?

Just curious.

Internet Explorer 9 lets you pin Web apps to your Windows 7 taskbar (Download Squad)

Sep 15th 2010 10:44AM Here's a great rundown (with screenshots) of the new IE9 courtesy of Ed Bott from Windows:;content

The pinned web apps (w/custom jump lists) looks outstanding.

Google Chrome Web app support continues taking shape -- here comes sync! (Download Squad)

Aug 7th 2010 10:44AM Just curious if anyone else noticed their custom web app icon thumbnails disappearing from their start page?

Just opened up chrome (canary build) this morning, and the icons were gone, but the links still work. The only icon that shows up is the Chrome Web Store. Also tried the drop-down option "Restore all Removed Thumbnails" to no avail.

Giveaway: Win a copy of Immunet Antivirus 2.0 Plus! (Download Squad)

Jul 7th 2010 3:13PM Love Immunet Protect. I have been using it for awhile. Would like to try out the Version 2.0 Plus if I get the chance!

Fav4: meet your new favorite start page (Download Squad)

Feb 14th 2010 2:52PM Just caught this in a twitter post from the fav4 team:

"Keyboard support is also now live. Hit 1, 2, 3, or 4 on your keyboard to launch a site."


Engadget's recession antidote: win a LG enV3 for Verizon Wireless (Engadget)

Jul 11th 2009 2:52PM A chance for a new phone? I'll definitely take it.

Thanks for the giveaway.

Giveaway: OpenSUSE 11.0 box set with all the trimmings! (Download Squad)

Jun 19th 2008 7:51PM Freedom is what makes Firefox, Ubuntu, and the Open Source movement so important. Freedom to download what we want, when we want, free of costs, and the restrictions of closed software. The push to open source and freedom are causing companies to have to fight harder to keep our money (*cough* Microsoft *cough) with viable free alternatives. FREE YOUR SOFTWARE, IT IS THE REVOLUTION!!!

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