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PVD Video Downloader Browser

### YOUTUBE IS NOT SUPPORTED DUE TO THEIR TERMS OF SERVICE ###How to use:-Use the built-in Browser to find video on your favorite web...

2 days ago By D.B Dev

Photo Booth for FaceBook, Tumblr, Path, Vine & Flickr

Finally, Photo Booth is coming to iPhone!!!Photo Booth lets you snapped CRAZY and WACKY photos.No need to worry about your clumsiness...

February 23, 2015 By HD App for Pic Editor, Photo Camera, Lite Voice Messenger, Pro Video, Free Music, Manager of Download/er & Browser

Audio Mix Player HD Lite

Audio Music Mix Player HD Lite is an excellent player for iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch which can mix audios playing with many audio properties'...

February 10, 2015 By Linloole

OpenSource success: Firefox approaching 1 billion downloads

Firefox must qualify as the most successful open-source development project, not because it is nearing 1 billion downloads this weekend, but because the numbers of people it has affected.And there is a thriving community of Firefox add on developers that help add lots of value to the browser.

July 30, 2009 by

Official Microsoft Facebook app for WM provides video uploads

Facebook seems to be getting more and more popular as "regular" people start to embrace and use it. I know in my group of family and friends I am seeing adoption of Facebook by my church, soccer parents, family members, and more at a rate I haven't seen before. There are several mobile clients out there for various platforms and for Windows Mobile I have been using FriendMobilizer on my Treo Pro. Microsoft just release their official Facebook application that can be downloaded now for free from www.windowsmobile.com/facebook or directly from your mobile browser at mobile.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/en-us/downloads/facebook.mspx.

May 7, 2009 by

Hackers exploiting (unpatched) IE 7 flaw to launch drive-by attacks

Malicious hackers are exploiting a zero-day flaw in Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser to launch a new wave of drive-by downloads, according to a warning from security researchers.The Web attacks, first reported by Bob McMillan, takes aim at users running IE 7 on Windows XP SP2 and includes the use of a Trojan downloader that commandeers Windows machines for nefarious purposes.

December 9, 2008 by

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