Xmarks recently started syncing open tabs across Firefox browsers – Internet Explorer and Chrome also have open-tab sync support. You can now re-open your remote tabs on any device with a web browser, like the iPhone or computer and in any web browser of your choice using Xmarks new web based feature.
To open your synced tabs remotely, launch your browser, log into your account at My Xmarks.com. On the iPhone, you’ll see something like this:
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The Canonical Launchpad team is happy to announce that Launchpad web application and website has been completely open sourced. All components of Launchpad including codehosting and soyuz, now have open codes. Launchpad that counts over 13,000 active projects was developed and maintained by Canonical Ltd. It is released under the GNU Affero General Public license, version 3. For more information on how to be part of it move the Launchpad Blog.
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BitLet is a web-based BitTorrent client that makes BitTorrent available to the occasional user, and to those who can’t install a regular BitTorrent client like µTorrent or Transmission on their computers. No configuration is needed to use BitLet, just drop-in the URL of the torrent file and you’ll get a pop-up window that shows the download speed, download bar, number of seeders, and a download status led that signals potential problems. (see screenshot above). Anyway if you default settings are not OK for you, then go to BitLet Settings where you can modify BitLet’s incoming connection port and maximum upload rate. More»
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Official Google Buzz buttons are available here; buzz.google.com/stuff. More»
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Ubuntu One is testing a new feature that extends the existing Ubuntu One contacts synchronization capabilities to support mobile phones. Before, syncing your contacts via Ubuntu One was limited only to desktops – for example, you could view and edit your Evolution contacts via Ubuntu One. Now with the ‘Mobile Contacts Sync’ service paclass Ubuntu One subscribers can keep all of their contacts in sync no matter what device they are using – desktop, laptop, the cloud, and mobile phone. More»
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