Firefox 3.5 is now released to the public and available for download.
Get or Upgrade Firefox. Awesome new features…
Firefox 3.5 is available in more than 70 languages – get your
local version. Tools for controlling your private data, including a
Private Browsing Mode, and the ability to go back in time and Clear Recent History. Firefox 3.5 has support for the HTML5 <video> and <audio> elements including
native support for Ogg Theora encoded video and Vorbis encoded audio. The browser features faster performance on complex websites thanks to the new
Location Aware Browsing using web standards for geolocation. Web developers can make use of
native JSON parsing, and web worker threads. This release includes improvements to the Gecko layout engine, including speculative parsing for faster content rendering.
ICC profiles, and SVG transforms.
This is my submission to Chris Pirillo’s Community Green Screen Challenge.
I know its not that creative but hay… Its A Mudkip!
The IT Lounge
We go around shop asking everyone why they joined The IT Lounge.
Microsoft has announced that Windows 7 Release Candidate will be available to MSDN and TechNet subscribers April 30, and will be publicly available on May 5.
The Fon 2.0 is now avalable in Europe and in the US in May. The new unit has the following features as listed on
“WIRELESS NETWORK ACCESS
Hook up hard drives and access them and other home network devices via WiFi.
Download* torrents, movies and TV series with your computer shut down.
Upload directly to YouTube, Facebook, Picasa and Flickr from your USB device or camera with your computer shut down
GREEN ON THE INSIDE
Save money on energy and reduce your CO2 output by turning off your PC.
CUSTOMIZABLE AND OPEN SOURCE
Add new features with a single click or create your own apps.
Of course! Access FON Spots for free worldwide.”
We will post more as soon as we get our hands on one.