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Google Music and Web-based Android Market to be unveiled tomorrow?

Google is hosting an Android-related event tomorrow morning at its Mountain View headquarters. This event will involve extensive demos of Android 3.0 Honeycomb, the fully tablet-optimized version of the operating system. Yet according to a rumor originating at Android and Me there may be more to it, as a source has said that tomorrow we'll finally see the official announcement of Google Music and...

Now's the time to make your first Firefox add-on with the Mozilla Add-ons Builder

Released with nary a muted fanfare, you'd be forgiven for having never seen or used the Mozilla Add-ons Builder. The Builder is a Web-based add-on SDK (and yes, you need to use Firefox to get the most out of it!) This new tool, which is obviously aimed at boosting both educational and commercial adoption of Firefox's new add-on architecture, is actually constructed from two technologies that...

Trend Micro provides better web-based virus cleanup with Housecall v7

It's already been a big week for Windows antivirus, with the rollout of Immunet's new cloud based product and the first beta release of Avast! 5.0. Trend Micro also has an update for us -- a new version of their popular web-based scanner, Housecall. Housecall v7 adds several new features and enhancements, including improved scanning speed and scanning history and restore functionality. On my...

Web-based Vi text editor hits the web: text-edit from anywhere!

That popular Unix and Linux text editor known as Vi is now the proud brother of an online clone that should run in most javascript enabled browsers. It's called jsvi, and now you can write your own programs and HTML code from anywhere! Such remote locations include but are not limited to: your local library the internet cafe down the street from work your aunt's house those...

Should software be native or web-based?

How many of the applications you use on a daily basis are web-based as opposed to locally installed native applications? For me, the answer is way more than I ever would have expected. Had you asked me this question a few years ago, I would have vehemently denied that the future of development is on the web. As much as I could see and understand the value of a ubiquitously available web-based...

WriteToMyBlog web-based post editor

A new blog-writing service, with full-featured web-based html editor called WriteToMyBlog is floating in the ether this morning, found by LifeHacker. I tried it out, and it does have a a lot of editing features, but I was a little disappointed by the lack of clear UI when setting a blog. It didn't seem to work with my blogs. The other thing I wish for in this app is the ability to save drafts...

activeCollab - web-based, open source collaboration and project management

Web-based project management seems to be all the rage lately, and activeCollab is a great example. A 100% free and open source project that is under 'heavy development', activeCollab 0.6 offers what seems to be the now-standard array of messages, tasks, projects, milestones and documents, along with a tagging system and per-user project permissions. activeCollab's site even includes a list of...