Just a bit of fun as we slide into Thanksgiving.
Latest from Adrian Kingsley-Hughes
This is interesting ... searches on Twitter for the term 'Firefox' were pointing to a 'Promoted Tweet' featuring IE9. Did Microsoft purchase the 'Firefox' keyword on Twitter to promote its own browser or was it just a happy accident for Microsoft?
It seems that people are unhappy with Netflix and its decision to change the pricing plans and effectively raise the price of the DVD rental plan by 60%. Very, very, very unhappy.
No Facebook account, no Spotify account.
How does $79 in the US translate into £89 in the UK?
Yahoo! has issued a statement regarding the Yahoo! Mail/Windows Phone 7 phantom data bug.
Since Google announced that it is planning to drop support for the H.264 codec from its Chrome browser (and presumably Chrome OS) the blogosphere has exploded with thoughts, ideas, rants and conspiracy theories about what motive the search giant could have for this move.
Good news for iPhone owners wanting to make video calls to Skype users - video calling comes to the Skype app.
The decision of the Google Chrome team to dump support for the H.264 video codec has nothing to do with YouTube, so says Guardian's Charles Arthur.