After months of testing and three RCs, Firefox 3.5 is now available for download! Strangely, its not yet available via Mozilla’s download pages but it is now downloadable via Filehippo and Softpedia. With Firefox 3.5 being the latest and fastest Firefox yet, its probably time to introduce to you

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If you’re a serious gamer, you’ve probably been feeling slightly left out all these years without a phone that properly “clicked” with what you love the most. Now all that is about to change. The latest Sony Ericsson Aino has got everything you’ve been missing in a phone.

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The Aino is a slider phone with a large three inch touch enabled display screen with 16 million colours. Running a modified version of Sony Ericsson’s phone OS, do not dare to mistaken the Aino with the likes of business orientated smartphones as it is exactly the opposite.

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Running a feature familiar to PSP owners known as Remote play. The Aino has been equipped with the privelge to allow its user to connect to his / her PS3 from anywhere around the globe. With the Aino, all the content on your PS3 is at your fingertips.

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Google Chrome has been released for a good few months now, but so far there haven’t been many major features which tempts users of more popular open source browsers such as Firefox to switch over. Could this be about to change? Check out the video below about the new release of Google Chrome 2.

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Google released a new software called O3D yesterday. It is a broswer plug-in which will bring accelerated 3D graphics to browsers such as Microsoft’s Internet Explorer (IE), Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari , Linux and Google’s Chrome. Google O3D works on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. Google hopes that the technology will be built directly into browsers eventually.

Google OCD allows developers’ Web-based JavaScript programs to tap directly into a computer’s graphics card chip, which means better games and other applications. Google has uploaded a video demo on its blog post with some information about Google O3D.

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A video of Goggle O3D demo after the break.

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Well the screenshot below certainly points to the fact that its near or is Google planning on something else? But how soon? No one knows for sure. What you see below is abit of code someone spotted from a javascript file included within the Google Pack, which is a set of freely available tools and softwares for all users in order to enjoy a full range of Google related services and more. So when is it coming? Hopefully soon!

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[via Gearfuse]

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