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Chris Cardell

Yay… Firefox 3 Download Day

Firefox (a popular open source web browser) is hoping to rub shoulders with the likes of the worlds tallest man and the fastest banana eater by creating a Firefox 3 download day…

PayPal coders go from sloppy to sleepy

PayPal DreamingPayPal merchants lose money, caused directly due to PayPal coding issues. To make matters worse PayPal state an indecisive/non-existent time-frame for the fix by developers. Another in a long list of PayPal coding shenanigans.

Retro Red Text in Photoshop

In this tutorial you will be creating a 3D styled ‘Retro Red Text’ graphic. This tutorial is aimed at beginners, this tutorial uses basic Photoshop features such as distort, duplicating layers, photoshop effects and blending options.

Is that a Wii? No, an Eee

The first pictures of the Asus Eee Desktop have arrived. Although the source cannot be fully confirmed, the products you see below should be on the market within a matter of months. Its quite clear that Asustek will be hoping to take advantage of the Wii form factor in its future marketing as it does […]

Economy to piggyback Microsoft

Microsoft will be launching its Live Search Cashback today, with the economy in a bit of a state Microsoft will be hoping to take a advantage of this by using an “every penny counts” marketing campaign. When you purchase something that was advertised on the Microsoft search engine (Live Search) you will be eligible for […]

3G iPhone… Great?

Well, its pretty much official. The 2nd Generation iPhone will be launching June 9th 2008 at WWDC. You may have been bombarded with announcements that the updated iPhone will feature 3G, many people have been getting extremely excited by this prospect, is this over-hype? 3G has been expected of phones for months, does this mean […]

Don’t mix politics and technology

The prime minister will be arriving at Google’s third annual conference (Zeitgeist event) which is being held today at The Grove hotel complex in Hertfordshire. He will be hoping to up his profile as a tech savvy politician, or so he assumes. Politics and technology don’t go together; Gordon Brown is attending Google’s conference after […]

Asus gives Linux another boost

Asus has announced that it will be embedding a lightweight, instant-on distribution of Linux named Splashtop onto all of its motherboards. Asus is a company that listens to its community, after overwhelming positive feedback from its customers they decided to go ahead and will be integrating Splashtop onto over one million motherboards every month. Over […]

PayPal coders get sloppy with IPN

PayPal is now so big they often seem out of touch with their members. With a member base of over 150 million its amazing that PayPal hasn’t advanced more over such a long period of time, they have seem contented with being adequate. PayPal has been slow to react to an IPN (instant payment notification) […]

Global web user statistics

We stumbled across Global Stats of web user information released by W3 counter, the statistics below were generated on 30th April 2008 based on the last 23,198,062 unique visits to all tracked websites at that time based on a sample of 10,523 websites. This is a good representation of the internet. You may or may […]

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