Foxmarks now available for IE and Safari

Foxmarks, the bookmarks synchronization service for Firefox has finally arrived on IE and Safari (for OS X), with support for Google Chrome coming soon. While it brings all the best features we’ve come to love of Foxmarks on Firefox, it lacks a few features, such as: No password syncing No custom server bookmark syncing, which means you cant sync them to your own server Suggested …

Microsoft SkyBox website is live! or not.

Latest news over at Engadget are that SkyBox beta sign up website is up and that it’s called My Phone. This is a screenshot from the website that they’ve posted. The link isn’t working at the moment though. From the image it seems that it’s a phone-to-cloud syncing service, very much like Apple’s Mobile Me. It will back up and restore your phone’s information to …

Free Official Gmail Stickers

The guys over at Gmail have printed out some Gmail stickers and are giving them away for free. All you need to do is send a self-addressed stamped envelope along with postage. A standard $0.42 stamp is needed if you’re in the US or an international reply coupon (IRC) if you’re outside the US. Only one envelope per person is acceptable and the stickers are …

*chirp updated and renamed to blu

*chirp just got updated and renamed to blu. TinyURL integration is available in the new version. Just paste in the URL and it’ll convert into a TinyURL. It’s really that simple. The performance also seems noticeably faster in blu than chirp. chirp used to hog around 110 MB of memory for me, where as blu just uses 36 MB. Keyboard integration is also available now. …

Microsoft Update Catalog for Windows

All of us Windows users are well aware of Windows Update. Whenever we have to reinstall Windows, the tedious process of re-updating the system takes place. It makes us wish there were offline setups available so that it doesn’t stay dependent on the Internet. Although, that would take more time as you’ll have to launch more setup files, click through more dialogue boxes ( and …

G1 coming to Australia as HTC Dream

That’s right, G1 is coming to Australia to Optus. It is basically the same G1, according to specs, but with a different name. Engadget says it’ll launch on February 16 on with plans staring at $59 Australian per month. In case you don’t know the feature list of G1, here it is – the same for HTC Dream.

Team Fortress 2 – Critical Hits Update

The latest update to the critically acclaimed, Valve Multiplayer Team Fortress 2 shipped on Tuesday added a lot of new features, bugfixes and balancing tweaks. The method through which critical hits were determined was also changed. According to the blog post on Team Fortress 2 blog, the base critical hit chance was reduced from 5% to 2% and the bonus range also reduced by a …

TwitterKeys – Emoticons for Twitter

☼ ♥ ✈☺♬. Want these smileys in your tweets? TwitterKeys fills your tweets with graphics. It has a UTF compatible set of characters which can be used as smileys for your tweets. It is targeted towards Twitter users, but the characters also work on Facebook. This means your conversations wont be composed of just plain text anymore. Using it is very simple. Just select any …

Google thinks every site may harm your computer.

Something is wrong at the Google Plex.  Apparently, no matter what you search, Google is showing this message beneath it: If this isn’t enough of a warning, click on any search result and you’ll be greeted with: No wonder, this is a trending topic on Twitter. Has Google marked all teh Internetz as malware? Is this a step towards global Internet domination? Or just a …