iOS 4.3 Beta 2 Build 8F5153d released with Multitasking Gestures Preview

Apple has released iOS 4.3 beta 2 as build 8F5153d after 7 days of iOS 4.3 Beta Build 8F5148b released. As same as iOS 4.3 Beta Build 8F5148b, iOS 4.3 beta 2 only available to developers who enrolled in the iPhone Developer Standard or Enterprise Program. This includes to iOS 4.3 beta 2 for mobile iOS devices including iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch, in addition to an update for Apple TV and iOS SDK 4.3 beta 2.
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Firefox 4 Beta 9 with WebGL, WebM, HTML5 and IndexedDB

Mozilla has just released the latest beta version of Firefox 4 browser on Jan 14, 2011. Firefox 4 Beta 9 can be download from primary and secondary Mozilla mirrors. You can download Firefox 4 Beta 9 Fully Localized Versions in 76 languages for Windows, Mac and Linux at Firefox all beta download site.
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Microsoft Mathematics 4.0 with 2D and 3D graphing calculator

Microsoft Mathematics provides a set of mathematical tools that help students get school work done quickly and easily. With Microsoft Mathematics, students can learn to solve equations step-by-step while gaining a better understanding of fundamental concepts in pre-algebra, algebra, trigonometry, physics, chemistry, and calculus.
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Hide ads in Browser with GreaseMonkey

In all of the (short) history of the Internet, there have been advertisements in various forms. Popups, splash screen, headers, sidebars …you name it..

Personally, I have come to a point that I hate ads. I am searching for an article and there are more ads than text! To those of us that still using Facebook for whatever reason and do not want to have that side bar of advertising… this is your solution. You will need:
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Command to Remove Microsoft Windows Product Key

When you install Microsoft Windows, you have to enter a product key in order to activate it. The product key is a series of letters or numbers and is provided with your computer or the Windows software. There are applications that will delete the Windows key, but you can do so by entering a simple DOS command.
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WordPress and Tumblr Pros and Cons

There are so many people twittering and asking about what blogging platform to choose – wordpress, tumblr , blogger, self hosted wordpress. So I decided that it is time to explain my view on this matter.

Tumblr – Superfast micro-blogging

Tunblr is a micro blogging enviroment for simple, quick blogging with support for posts, images, quotes, video, audio and links – all you need to get your message out as quick as possible. A simple interface for super fast blogging. Not feature extensive as the others.. but that is the beuaty of the beist. Quick and simple, great for personal and quick blogging.
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Correct Casio G-Shock Watch Timezone

Casio G-Shock wrist watches use a radio-controlled time signal broadcast from Fort Collins, Colorado to keep the most accurate time possible. In order for your Casio G-Shock to display the correct atomic time, you must first set the watch to your time zone. Setting the time zone on your Casio G-Shock wrist watch is a simple task that can be completed by choosing the correct City Code for your particular time zone. You can correct the time zone for your Casio G-Shock in less than five minutes.
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Snipping Tool – New feature from Windows 7

I’m sure that at some point, the majority of people have wanted to, or been asked to, take a screenshot of a window, application, desktop, or error message. Windows 7 introduces the Snipping Tool – a handy application which can easily capture all of these requirements, and save the capture to file or the clipboard.

Even that image was captured using the Snipping Tool! This tool is easily available from the Start Menu > All Programs > Accessories > Snipping Tool. You can also simply type ‘snip’ into the new Windows 7 Start Menu > Search Box and the Snipping Tool will be the first result in the list. Last but not least you can simply press Windows+S to get the Snipping Tool – and that comes most handy.
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How to Create Moderated Distribution Group with Exchange 2010

As we rely more and more on email communication, we create for ourselves easier ways to distribute our messages. One of these is the dreaded distribution group. Most companies have the “All staff” group that contains ALL users on your network. They are great for important company communications from the CEO office, or the car for sale, or the holiday Villa to rent. Once people work out they have a captive audience it quite often gets abused.

The problem then is people start ignoring messages from this group, or even worse they setup a rule to move or delete it so it’s not immediately apparent in their inbox.

Well, thanks to the moderated distribution group this problem is no more.
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Google Search Hijack and Redirected to Unwanted sites

These are on the increase and getting more common these days. Users who use the Google search engine may complain of having their search redirected to unwanted sites, regardless of what browser is used.

This happens when the system is infected with any of these variants; Trojan Win32/Daonol.A/B, Trojan.JSRedir/Trojan.Gumblar, Win32.Alureon, Win32.Olmarik, Trojan.generic, TDSS rootkits, Backdoor.Tidserv!.inf.
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