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YouTube To Drop Support For IE6, Others In March

IE6 users take heed for YouTube will drop support for your browser on March 13. That’s not to say you won’t be able to watch videos, but specific features – whatever they might be – will not work with your dinosaur browser. The same goes for those of you running Chrome 4.0, Firefox 3.0, Safari 3.0 and those of you running IE7. …

Dear Microsoft – Outlook ≠ Google Buzz

Hot on the heels of Google’s Buzz launch, Microsoft is pushing out the beta release for Outlook Social Connector, an add-on that pulls info from social-networking sites. Sound familiar? If you’ve been using Xobni then I’m sure you’ve already been using this type of functionality for quite some time.

Users of Office 2003, 2007 …

The Techland Show: The Prodigal Son Has Returned

I’m happy to report that Lev has returned from book leave! What a joyous occasion for me. Not to discredit Steve or Allie, but I’ve missed Lev. We’re like the Three Amigos minus the third Amigo, you know?

I’m not entirely sure which episode this is but I’m being told that it’s episode number 11.

Anyway, Lev chats about …

The Daily Dose

Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2010

Today in Techland: Peter brought us all the specs of Google’s Buzz – a new system that attempts to be Twitter/Facebook/Flickr/YouTube/Wave/GChat all in one. Mike Williams talked comics we’re reading this week, and Steve caught up with Wolfman director Joe Johnston. It’s turning out to be a good week.

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Google Buzz = Facebook + Twitter + Flickr + GChat + YouTube + Wave

Today in Mountain View, CA, Google revealed Buzz, a Twitter- and Facebook-like social networking feature that’s been integrated into Gmail that also extends into Android devices and iPhones. It does a little more than inform your followers or friends as to what you’re eating for breakfast, though. Buzz allows you to share links, …

Google Looks To Crush Facebook, Twitter With a More Sociable Gmail

The invites are out and something is afoot in Mountain View, CA, at the Google campus. Whatever could it be? Well, this much we know so far, Google will be “unveiling some product innovations in two of [its] most popular products.”

According to an earlier report from the WSJ, Google will unveil a Gmail plug-in that streams …

The Daily Dose

Monday, Feb. 8, 2010

Today in Techland: Valentine’s Day sucks, but if you must, here are some things to do that won’t. Peter gave Bio Shock 2 an 8/10 in his review and found himself needing a night light. Steve delivered his diagnosis of the terminally ill Spider-Man franchise if Peter Parker turns into just another pretty face, and …

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