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24 Ago/10

Another Google Search Change, That’s So-So

Another Google Search Change, That’s So-So

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Google Search has seen lots of changes in the past years, but none were as drastic as the changes introduced over the course of the last year. Even if you blend out all the search experiments like instantly updating search results that are only visible to a minority of users, you are left with a few good additions, like encrypted search, and lots of bad ones like the search fade in interface. Search becomes polluted with ads and...

24 Giu/10

Bittorrent Client uTorrent 3.0 Alpha Released

Bittorrent Client uTorrent 3.0 Alpha Released

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The Bitorrent client uTorrent has made a huge leap forward today with the release of the first public uTorrent 3.0 alpha build. This continues the release policy of the developers who have always offered access to both stable and development builds of the popular torrent downloader. The latest stable version offered on the uTorrent homepage is version 2.02, the latest official beta 2.03. Utorrent 3.0 Alpha replaces the latest...

10 Set/09

Did Google Just Increase The Font Size Of Google Search?

Did Google Just Increase The Font Size Of Google Search?

It is not often that Google changes something on the front-end of Google Search. The only element that the Google developers change regularly is the logo that adds a little bit of change to the search engine every other day or so. Changes to the rest of the front-end on the other hand are rare and it came as a surprise that the font size of the search form has been increased significantly. This has been tested with various web browsers like Firefox, Opera and Internet Explorer which all...




6 Lug/09

Set your hostname in Linux

Set your hostname in Linux

If you are an administrator then you know what a hostname is. If you are not an administrator then you should know the hostname of a computer is the name which a network attached device is known. Unless you have manually changed your hostname, or set it up during installation, your hostname will most likely be “localhost.localdomain”. Hostnames are most often used for administrative habits. In other words hostnames will show up in some scanning applications, can be used for...