Today, Google launched “Pages” for Google+, to let you connect with people, places and things. The feature has been long-awaited and discussed, since Facebook has had Pages for businesses, organizations, and people for some time.
Monday, November 7, 2011
The Ubuntu Developer Summit for Precise has ended last week, so here is short list of possible changes in Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin.
The latest version of Firefox, version 8, is slated to be officially released on November 8th. However, it's actually available now via Mozilla's FTP servers. The biggest change is that Firefox is a little more careful with add-ons, setting them to disabled by default and presenting upgraders a one-time dialog box to manage previously installed add-ons. There's also support for Twitter in the search bar, a preference to load tabs on-demand after a relaunch, and the standard performance and stability fixes.
Having remained vague on which of its handsets would receive an upgrade to Google’s latest Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) update, HTC has today confirmed which of its devices will be eligible for the new firmware.
Google Chrome is set to add yet another nice feature in its next stable version, and you can check it out early in the Beta channel right now. In Chrome 16, you’ll be able to switch among multiple user profiles.
Another week of news, last week Google released a lot of updates, including the expected Gmail and Google reader revamp, also, this weekend, I looked all over the world for news, so you can start a new week with good new stories.