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Facebook's got 60 new Open Graph-powered apps for users to install and use, with the promise of approving new Open Graph apps from developers.
Amazon, YouTube, 11 other sites popular with military personnel are blocked from the .mil computer system in effort to reserve bandwidth for use in quake recovery efforts.
The last time Google spent a ten-figure amount on a market leader and left the rest of its rivals in the dust, many rushed to change strategy. Did they make things worse for themselves in the process?
The video-format war between HTML5 and Adobe Systems' Flash is old news. More than half of Web video is now compatible with HTML5.
Want to rip your DVDs for viewing on your iPhone? Convert a downloaded video to another format? This freebie, normally $65.95, does all that and more.
DivX HiQ is here to make the best of your Facebook, YouTube and other online videos, improving frame rate and colour and lessening the strain on your poor overworked processor.
The new Internet TV player from Netgear is as compact as a deck of card.
Using a slew of social networking services is great, but as Don Reisinger explains, that practice doesn't deliver the most rewarding Web experience. To fix that, Don has compiled a list of services you should use exclusively.