Mozilla recently posted images of the user interface for its Boot to Gecko mobile operating system and a development timeline Mozilla developers hope to start testing smartphones running its new mobile operating system this quarter, with product demos slated for the first quarter next year and "productization" set for before June 2012, according to a road map on the project's website. Mozilla announced the project, called B2G (Boot to Gecko), in July, describing it as an operating system for mobile devices that would run applications primarily on the Web. Developers hope B2G will help solve a problem that has long plagued the mobile industry: Developers must rewrite…

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Google has overhauled the way it serves up results in response to search queries.   The update is designed to work out whether a person wants up-to-date results or historical data. The US firm estimated the alterations to its core algorithm would make a difference to about 35% of searches. The changes try to make results more relevant and beef up features which Google believes set it apart from rivals. By contrast, Microsoft's Bing search engine emphasises social search. Fresh spam "Search results, like warm cookies right out of the oven or cool refreshing fruit on a hot summer's day, are best when they're fresh," wrote…

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A Wi-Fi plan should be robust enough to address security concerns and clean enough to keep legal risks at bay     Aren’t we all at some stage disgusted to see the mesh of those wires connected to our computers? Don’t we wish we could make it clutter-free by getting rid of at least some of the wires? Don’t we wish we could connect tothe Internet or access the printer without those wires, securely?  Well, Wi-Fi lets users access the Internet and other network resources, without the hassles of plugging in the Ethernet cable. It offers them convenience of moving their machines around the office, without…

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Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is touting Skype as a big social play, and with some reservations, tech analyst Allen Nogee agrees. "I think Microsoft is more than dabbling in socia l media. Microsoft is betting its future on it," said Nogee. "I don't think Skype really makes Microsoft a player in social networking, but Skype has a foothold in the mobile VoIP area, … so Microsoft is hoping to build upon that to its advantage." Will Skype give Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) street cred in social networking? At Web 2.0 on Tuesday, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer discussed the company's current and future projects. He touched on Windows Phone, Microsoft Office,…

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Hello people, First of all I would like to wish everybody to have a better year then the one that has just passed. May that 2010 be the year of love, happiness, fulfilled dreams and profitable businesses. Hopefully, 2010 will bring the end of the World’s economical crisis and will mean a new start for most of the people affected by the actual situation. Talking about new beginnings, we decided to bring, starting today, a new way to  keep the visitors of our website informed. As a New Year’s present, we bring you http://angelhs.com/blog/ – a brand new blog having the purpose to ease the communication between…

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