Perhaps Facebook is using the specter of developing its own handset as leverage against Apple to get its service integrated into iOS?
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A great deal of the Skype network has been down for more than a day now and it's still not fixed.
This is something that Microsoft needs to fix in Windows 7.
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?
For those of you who have been waiting for Duke Nukem Forever (it must feel like forever, right?), the wait is nearly over!
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.
Days after being bought by Microsoft, Skype starts installing crapware on Windows systems without consent
Just days following the announcement that Microsoft is to buy Skype for a massive $8.5 billion, the company has begun pushing crapware called 'EasyBits Go' onto Windows systems without consent or permission.
Just a bit of fun as we slide into Thanksgiving.
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.