Pages I found interesting today while surfing the web...
|Xobni Going Live With Full Facebook Stream Tonight|
"I cracked up when I saw this Skype thread. I’ve been trying to sell something on Craigslist for a week or so and this sums up every response I’ve had to date."
|FriendFeed Blog: A whole new FriendFeed|
|FeedDemon 3.0 adds Google Reader Synchronization|
|15 Strangest Keyboards|
TrayIt! allows you to save precious Taskbar space for minimized windows. For each application which applies TrayIt! it creates a small icon in the System Tray. (System Tray area is located near the Clock). When the application's window is minimized this icon represents the application on the Taskbar instead of the regular "minimized rectangle". It is particularly useful for background tasks you typically keep running on your PC all day long like your favorite E-mail client, Real Player, etc.
|Outlook Duplicate Items Remover|
With ODIR it's a snap to clean your Outlook folders by removing all duplicates. ODIR removes duplicates from Contacts; Calendar; Tasks; Notes and Email folders.
|20 most profitable tech companies|
"Microsoft may not be recession-proof but it turned in a strong performance in a year most companies would like to forget. Profits jumped 25.7% to $17.7 billion on revenues of $60.4 billion as the software giant offset declining sales of its Windows operating system with increased revenues from its server and tools software products."
|Microsoft Aims for the Mainstream with 1 vs. 100 on Xbox Live|
"Based on the short-lived NBC game show of the same name, 1 vs. 100 will have a 13-week season. The hour-long show will take place on Friday and Saturday nights, and is hosted by comedian and voice actor Chris Cashman. Each installment features a player, the One, who is trying to outsmart 100 players in the Mob by rapidly answering trivia questions with multiple choice answers."
|Microsoft and Verizon Plot an iPhone Rival|
"Microsoft Corp. and Verizon Wireless are in talks to launch a touch-screen multimedia cellphone on the carrier's network early next year, in an ambitious effort to challenge Apple Inc.'s iPhone, according to people familiar with the matter."
|Microsoft Unveils Software Platform For Life Science Research|
"Microsoft on Tuesday unveiled a version of its unified intelligence system, Amalga, for the life sciences market."
|Apple plots course for middle of mobile|
"It's become quite clear over the last several months that Apple is ready to bridge the mobile computing gap, with plans to develop a device that fits somewhere in between the iPhone and the MacBook. A recent Wall Street Journal article proclaimed that during his medical leave, CEO Steve Jobs has been working on that midsized mobile device, bigger than an iPhone but smaller than a MacBook."
Stories I shared on Google Reader today...
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