As you’ve probably noticed, Gmail has got a new user interface, and Google had already updated the Google Reader’s user interface, so it’s no wonder to see that another Google’s service is getting a new UI, and after Gmail and Google Reader, it’s YouTube’s turn.

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Revamped Gmail has better and improved user interface

On November 2, 2011, in Latest News, by Mike Jefferson

If you’re Gmail user, than we have some good news for you today. Starting from today, Google will introduce a new look of its popular webmail system, so let’s us have a closer look at what will revamped Gmail bring to its users.

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Windows 8 comes with new and redesigned boot process

On September 30, 2011, in Operating Systems, by Mike Jefferson

Microsoft is determined to make some changes related to Windows 8 user interface, and if you have seen new Windows 8 Blue Screen of Death, you’re probably going to like this new and improved boot process.

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Another WIndows 8 leak unfortunately, for Microsoft. The rumoured Windows 8 which is currently in the works (Build 7955) was thought to boast a new Metro UI element in the user logon screen. No one had prove of this except for a screenshot until this video surfaced.

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Microsoft is working hard on its new operating system, and it is sending the test versions of Windows 8 to the PC manufacturers. We have got an opportunity to have a look at its new and improved user interface.

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No kidding! RIM has officially announced the acquisition of TAT (The Astonishing Tribe) and part of the deal will be that the brains behind The Astonishing Tribe will work under the umbrella of Research in Motion. RIM is obviously excited about using this talent to enhance their PlayBook and Blackberry smartphone platforms and we are excited about some major changes in the regular looks of Blackberry interface that RIM has been using ever since my memory can recollect.

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I have to admit I have never been an admirer of the PC giant Acer. Despite how ever long the company has been around, it was never a first choice for me for any type of device, however, I do see a massive potential for the Acer Stream. The Android smartphone recently arrived the phone experts at GSMArena and the phone does look impressive.

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