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Firefox 20 Introduces Per-Windows Private Browsing, A New Download Manager, & More [Updates]

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Firefox 20 Introduces Per-Windows Private Browsing, A New Download Manager, & More [Updates]

Mozilla has released Firefox 20 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android, and it’s filled with new features that should bring great joy to users of the popular Web browser. These features include per-window private browsing, a new download manager in the toolbar, and the ability to force-close stuck plugins separately.

Dave LeClair April 3, 2013 03-04-2013
Firefox 20 Introduces Per-Windows Private Browsing, A New Download Manager, & More [Updates]
Search Hashtags Across Social Networks With Tagboard

Internet

Search Hashtags Across Social Networks With Tagboard

Thanks to one Twitter user, the concept of the ‘hashtag’ has become synonymous with an easy way to find meaningful search results on Twitter. It’s since gone far beyond that – making it an easy way for Instagram users to tag their photography, has found a home on Google+ and there is even talk that hashtags could soon be coming to Facebook as well. But what if you wanted to search one hashtag on several services?

Nancy Messieh April 3, 2013 03-04-2013
Search Hashtags Across Social Networks With Tagboard
What Should Have Been Culled Instead of Google Reader? [You Told Us]

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What Should Have Been Culled Instead of Google Reader? [You Told Us]

The company which has its many and varied tentacles wrapped tightly around all four corners of the Web recently announced the culling of Google Reader. This decision annoyed many people, some of whom immediately began looking around for alternative RSS readers. The chances of Google culling other services in the future are high, as the company has these spring cleans regularly.

Dave Parrack April 3, 2013 03-04-2013
What Should Have Been Culled Instead of Google Reader? [You Told Us]
Adobe Photoshop Express For Android – It’s Free But Is It Any Good?

Android

Adobe Photoshop Express For Android – It’s Free But Is It Any Good?

Photoshop is not just a strong brand. In the world of photo manipulation, it’s pretty much the only brand. When your product’s name becomes a verb (“photoshopping” images), that says something. But there’s a reason it’s such a strong brand – on the desktop, it is very, very good. So naturally, when looking to review the free Android version of Photoshop called Photoshop Express, I was expecting to be wowed by something at least as awesome as Snapseed.

Erez Zukerman April 3, 2013 03-04-2013
Adobe Photoshop Express For Android – It’s Free But Is It Any Good?
7 Reasons Why You Should Be Using Twitter

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7 Reasons Why You Should Be Using Twitter

Twitter has now been with us for seven years and counting. This was seven years to the day since Jack Dorsey sent out the first tweet in 2006, at a time when the micro-blogging social network was known simply as twttr. What follows are seven reasons why you should be using Twitter. Even if you have so far rejected the social network either out of ignorance or a lack of desire, I urge you to read on and at least consider giving it a go.

Dave Parrack April 3, 2013 03-04-2013
7 Reasons Why You Should Be Using Twitter
Who Needs Instagram? View Nearby Twitter Images With Vizible [iOS]

iPhone and iPad

Who Needs Instagram? View Nearby Twitter Images With Vizible [iOS]

Vizible is a brand new iOS app for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. What makes it special for me, is that its made by the same developers as Twizgrid, which to this day remains one of my favorite iOS apps of all times. If you’re curious, I’d recommend reading my previous post about Twizgrid, but in a nutshell, Twizgrid is a visual Twitter client which makes the recent quarrel between Twitter and Instagram seem insignificant.

Yaara Lancet April 2, 2013 02-04-2013
Who Needs Instagram? View Nearby Twitter Images With Vizible [iOS]
How To Streamline Your Mouse Use [Windows]

Windows

How To Streamline Your Mouse Use [Windows]

Back in the first days of the computer, the only way to interface with a terminal was through a keyboard, no mouse. Of course, back then, most operating systems ran on a command line interface so a mouse wasn’t really necessary. But nowadays, when we have mice available, a question is raised – are you using your mouse productively? The mouse gives us a great deal of control in two dimensions – selecting, dragging, tapping, double-tapping, and more.

Joel Lee April 2, 2013 02-04-2013
How To Streamline Your Mouse Use [Windows]
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