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Firefox 1.5 released

November 29, 2005

Just received an email from the Mozilla Firefox PR folks to inform me that the final release of Mozilla Firefox 1.5 is now available for download from for most major operating systems or from the mirrors.Users of the release candidates should receive the update soon. I just hope they fixed the damn clipboard problem I've been having.

Firefox 1.5 introduces several new features, including an improved software update system, faster Back / Forward page navigation, a new options to clear private browsing data, drag-and-drop reordering of browser tabs, a redesigned Options/Preferences window and more robust popup blocking. Standards support is also improved, with support for Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG), JavaScript 1.6 and additional CSS properties. Accessibility is much improved (including new IBM Contributes DHTML Accessibility Code to Mozilla">DHTML accessibility features), security has been enhanced and Mac OS X support has also been improved.

More details can be found in the 1.5 Release Notes

Update: Some more info from Mozilla:

This next generation browser provides a better and safer user experience including significant performance and usability upgrades, security and privacy enhancements, support for Web standards, and greater customization options.

VoIP Guru Declares 2006 the Year of VoIP for Small and Medium Business

November 16, 2005

A VoIP "guru" is claiming 2006 as the year of VoIP for the SMB market. Yeah, tell me something I didn't know already.

VoIP Guru Declares 2006 the Year of VoIP for Small and Medium Business

Increased use of VoIP in the Small and Medium Business arena and the new inovations that make it practical and cost effective.

(PRWEB) November 16, 2005 -- Something exciting is happening in the small business arena and we thought you should know about it.

Twelve percent of businesses are already using the Internet for phone calls. Seventy percent will be doing that within four years according Craig Spiegelberg, president of Vancouver, WA based LogiTel, a VoIP equipment for small business manufacturer.

The big numbers in this mass migration to VoIP are in the small to mid sized business category and here's why: cost savings and finally, the quality and functionality required for a business are ready.

Undetectable Speed Detector

April 21, 2005

Scientists have invented an undetectable speed detector based on military technology which is used to create a visually based speed measurement device.

University of Florida researchers believe they have rendered makers of radar detectors and other speed detection countermeasures useless. Using a $5 million grant from the Air Force, they've developed software that can use live video camera footage to recognize objects and measure their speed. It does so by using a very common principle, i.e. the Distance = Rate X Time formula or in this case Rate = Distance/Time formula.

Yahoo 360

March 18, 2005

CallVantage: Only 53,000 Customers

March 18, 2005

Phone+ Mention

March 18, 2005

New Dell Call Center in India

March 18, 2005

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