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Posted: 30 Apr 2011 03:32 AM PDT

Skyfire is a popular browser on Android OS, and if you're a Skyfire user, you'll be pleased to know that a new version of Skyfire is now available for download from the Android Market.

There are many browsers available on Android OS, but one of the most popular ones is the Skyfire. If you like using Skyfire, than you should probably know that the Skyfire has been updated to version 4.0. The new version of Skyfire introduces a lot of new functionality and social networking integration along with new scrollable bottom toolbar. As for the customizable scrolling SkyBar, it has eight new features for you to choose from such as Twitter, Groupon, Share, Google Reader, Sports, News, Finances, and Settings.

We should also mention that Skyfire switches to premium service that will cost $2.99. This service will be available for purchase within the application after a free three-day trial period and it will optimize web videos so you can save your bandwidth. However, beta testers that have used this version will get this feature for free.

Skyfire 4.0 for Android has a lot to offer, so make sure that you get it from Android Market for a test run at least.

[via ZD Net]

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Facebook introduces new Send button

Posted: 29 Apr 2011 03:37 PM PDT

Now we have a chance to see a new Facebook feature – a new Send button on websites along with the Like button, and this new Send button will improve the functionality of Groups and it should replace the old email to a friend button.

When you click the Send button, a pop-up will appear that allows you to send the article that you're reading to your friends, groups, or to a specific email address. Of course, you can add your own message and forward the page to your friends' inboxes or to the specific Group wall.

This button is designed so that you can share pages with a close groups of friends, and so far, more than 50 websites are using the Send button. The new Send button is a great addition, and if you want it on your site, you can get the code for it on the Facebook's Developer Website.

[via Mashable]

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Apple may launch new 2011 iMac next week

Posted: 29 Apr 2011 01:43 PM PDT

Apple store has delayed shipping time for all iMac models according to the online Apple store information. This could be a sign that Apple is preparing to release a updated version of iMac next week. There are rumors on the net about launching the new iMac  during the week of May 2nd, as Apple will officially stop disturbing iMacs to resellers this week.

The new 2011 iMac is expected to have Sandy Bridge CPUs like the latest MacBook Pros and the new Thunderbolt port. The update iMac likely also features new GPUs and new storage configuration options. Since Apple tends to release new products on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, the likelihood of the new iMac is high for May 3rd or 4th.

[via i4U news]

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Personal information stolen from PSN

Posted: 28 Apr 2011 02:17 AM PDT

PlayStation Network is in the spotlight again, but unfortunately, there is no good news in sight. PSN is still down, but to make things even worse, it appears that personal information has been stolen from PSN.

Sony's official announcement states that personal information has been stolen and that Sony is still investigating this incident. According to official response from Sony, they believe that unauthorized person has obtained personal information such as names, addresses, birthdates, email addresses, and PSN logins from PSN. In addition, it is possible that data such as purchase history, billing addresses, and PlayStation Network security answers are compromised as well. Of course, to make things worse, Sony says that credit card information might also be at risk, and it advises its users to keep a close eye for any changes on their credit cards.

As you can see, Sony continues to have problems with hackers, but officials from Sony are hoping to get PSN working again within a week.

[via Ubergizmo]

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