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Web Apps Developer, Freelance Web Designer, Noodles lover, Schoolboy. Co-founder and tech blogger at Virtuaniz.

Microsoft warns of Facebook Trojan

Microsoft warns of new Facebook Trojan

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Microsoft recently warned of a new malware that can possibly hijack a user’s Facebook profile by the means of a Chrome extension or a Firefox add-on. It has been discovered as “Trojan:JS/Febipos”. How Once the user installs the Chrome extension or Firefox add-on, the Trojan starts acting in the background....

WeVideo: online collaborative video editor

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Yup. WeVideo. The best online video editing tool I’ve ever witnessed. Brought to you by Palo Alto-based WeVideo Inc., this web service makes video editing much simpler and fun. Collaborating with people is damn easy, the editing interface is really cool and user-friendly, and the video production process is well...

Web apps that may turn your life online

Web apps that may turn your life online

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Seriously. You can turn your whole life online. Documents, image editing, video editing, notes, archiving…… the list goes on. All you need to have is a reasonably good internet connection, and you can use a whole lot of online variants of the software that you normally use offline. And, along...

betalist

Betalist: Get to know about tomorrow’s startups

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Betalist – a website that lets you discover and know about the startups that will come into being in the near future. Beta List is a curated and up-to-date listing of internet startups that are currently in private beta or will be in beta soon and have currently a so called...

Vine

Vine – Twitter’s new video sharing app

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Twitter lately introduced Vine, its new video-sharing app that lets users capture short looping videos. Today we’re launching Vine, a new mobile service that lets you create and share beautiful, short looping videos. With Vine, capturing life in motion is fun and easy. ~ Vine’s Blog Vine also announced that...

Sharp IGZO

Sharp to bring out ultrathin IGZO LED display

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The Japanese display maker is going to sell an ultrathin IGZO LED display from early next year onwards. Sharp said on Wednesday that it will launch sales of a Full HD 3, 840×2, 160 resolution 32-inch LED-backlit display starting on February 15, 2013. Including the chassis, the model PN-K321 display is 35mm...