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Before and After Firefox 4

Before and After Firefox 4

Firefox 4 was released Tuesday, and early reports indicated the latest version of Mozilla‚Äôs open-source browser was downloaded more than 5 million times in the first 24 hours. Those reports were wrong. It turns out, Firefox 4 was downloaded 7.1 million times in its first day. In fact, in the first 48 hours of release, Mozilla racked up more than ... Read More »

iPhone 5 rumor

iPhone 5 rumor

The iPhone follows a yearly refresh cycle since the day it was launched and its that time of year again. This is where the rumors of the new iPhone to be, start pouring in. For the beginning NYTimes reported that Apple is currently working on an iPhone which has inbuilt NFC payment system. Read More »

Benefits of Using BCC While Sending an Email

Benefits of Using BCC While Sending an Email

Almost every user on the Internet sends/receives hundreds of emails per day. However only a handful of them know what is BCC and what are the advantages of using BCC while sending an email. If you are one such Internet user who is unaware of BCC then this is the post that you should definitely read! What is BCC? BCC ... Read More »

Stop Using Internet Explorer 6

Stop Using Internet Explorer 6

Like the rest of us, Microsoft is ready to move beyond Internet Explorer 6. The software giant has launched a new website, The Internet Explorer 6 Countdown, that bears the slogan: “Moving the world off Internet Explorer 6.” Here at dignaj, we’ve written at length about the problems created by the continued usage of IE 6. With the exception of ... Read More »

Will Facebook replace company Web sites?

Will Facebook replace company Web sites?

A day might be coming when the power of Facebook means that major companies no longer bother with their own Web sites. That was the startling if self-promotional possibility sketched out by Stephen Haines, commercial director of Facebook’s U.K. operation, while speaking today at the Technology for Marketing and Advertising conference here. Essentially, Haines argued, companies’ interactions with their customers ... Read More »