We’ve learnt today that Google is preparing a new version of its popular web browser Google Chrome, and according to reports, this new version should enhance both privacy and security for all Chrome users.

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We already wrote about latest security hole  in Skype for Mac OS X, but luckily for all Mac OS X users, folks from Skype have managed to fix this issue on time.

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According to the latest research carried out in the last 14 days, the most dominant version of Android OS is Android 2.2.

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Facebook rolls out new privacy update

On May 9, 2011, in Social Networking, by Mike Jefferson

Although Facebook is the largest social network in the world, it has its flaw.  One of it is sharing all the things that you do with your Facebook friends and acquaintances. After a long time, Facebook has released an update that hides your online activity from your Facebook friends.

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Apple has just released the latest version of iOS, iOS 4.3.2 which fixes problems like FaceTime issues and international iPad 3G connections and security. Still there is no news about the low battery time that the iPhone 4 was having problems with on iOS 4.3, but at least the new software fixes some of the problems that users had with FaceTime and also with their iPad 3G.

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Microsoft Windows might be the dominant operating system on the market, but Windows has its flaws, to prevent malicious users from exploiting these flaws, Microsoft is planning to patch and fix 64 flaws in various applications.

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In case you’re worried about the Flash Player exploit that has been going around for a few days, you can now get some relief since this exploit has now been patched by Adobe.

In case you don’t know, this exploit utilizes authplay.dll in Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobat, to take control over your computer. In case that this exploit fails to take control over your system, you would encounter a system crash.

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