The new site has been “five years in the making” and offers a cleaner interface, more personalisation options, one-click news submission, and an improved “leader board” for the most active Digg users.
Microsoft has recently agreed with the Europeon Commission over allegations of anti-competitive behaviour and as a result is rolling out an update whereby users with Internet Explorer set as their default browser will be faced with a screen prompting them to select a browser.
ASBOrometer is a new iPhone App which gives you a percentage of your neighbourhood who have an ASBO. The information is pulled from Government databases before forwarding it onto users and even tells you what Asbo’s were issued.
According to Akamai’s ‘The State of the Internet (Q3-2009)’ report, Britain is ranked 26th in the world. The average download speed reported is just 3.5 Mbps.
Microsoft are offering what can only be described as an amazing offer to students in the UK and US. They’ve announced massive discounts on their latest OS, Windows 7 – provided you’re a student.
The beta version of a search and shopping tool know as Visual Search has been added to Microsoft’s Bing search engine.
Two new security updates have been released for the popular web browser, Firefox 3.0.14 and 3.5.3 have been released by the Mozilla team.
Spotifiy is preparing to offer offline versions of the playlists PC users create, as well as users on mobile phones.
A new version of the WHQL certified Geforce driver, the Geforce 190.62 WHQL, has been released by Nvidia.