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Chris Cardell

Facebook… updates in abundance

Facebook promised an updated version of their iPhone application would be released in September, moving from version 1.1 to 2.0. September is coming to an end, although the application has been released just in time you can’t help but wonder if the release was a little rushed. Maybe keeping to their word was more important […]

Live Hotmail redesign and updates

Last week (22 September 2008) Brian Hall, the general manager of the Windows Live team informed the public that an updated Windows Live Hotmail would be released sometime in the week. Hall …

Four months of tech news

Four months and 51 articles later, DoesWhat has covered a host of different stories and built a solid reader base. In May we looked at Asus’ Eee PC 900, the last in the line of non-Atom based netbooks. Then we jumped in with a review of 08 model Powerisers, from the original jumping-stilts company. PayPal […]

2 years of improvements… VLC 0.9.2

VideoLAN’s VLC media player is one of the top dogs in the world of open source. After spending an eternity releasing 0.8.x improvements they’ve today released version 0.9.2. Almost any video or audio format you can think of, VLC will play without the need to install any codecs or additional software, the best thing is, […]

Christmas List… BlackBerry & Pony

What with Apple’s brand and effective marketing the iPhone has fallen into the hands of almost everyone, tech teenagers looking for a unique device intended to intrigue others have found RIM’s BlackBerry. The yet to be released BlackBerry Pearl Flip, RIM’s first clamshell/flip phone is predicted to be a top seller this Christmas among teenagers. […]

It was when not if… Google Chrome

Today Google is expected to release their brand spanking new web browser, Google Chrome (in Beta). It was only a matter of time before Google moved into the world of web browsers. Yesterday Google left a post on their blog, “As you may have read in the blogosphere, we hit “send” a bit early on […]

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