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Author: Sean Michael Kerner (Internet News) PHP was the core language of the 1.0 era of the web, bringing scripting to the emerging Internet. PHP vendor Zend now wants PHP to be the language for the cloud and today announced a new service to do just that. The PHPcloud.com service is built on top of Amazon and provides developers with an application platform. The developer cloud component provides developers with a PHP sandbox for apps that provides code tracing to help improve applications. “We believe that that cloud enables us to deliver a significant step up in developer productivity,” Andi…

Author: Sean Michael Kerner (eSecurity Planet) For as long as there has been more than one browser, users have been asking which browser is more secure. Answering the question has often led to an evaluation of publicly disclosed vulnerabilities and determining how long it takes a browser vendor or organization, to patch. According to a pair of security researchers from Accuvant Labs speaking at the SecTOR security conference in Toronto this week, there needs to be a more holistic and thorough view of browsers to fully understand security risks.

Due to the fact that the company that owned this blog has passed on early this year and no longer in business (*salute*…sad face), I was able to acquire this blog and claimed it as my own! At the moment it is not affiliated with any company or organization, and no it’s not for sale. It shall be built into something grand one day so don’t run away, it will be built piece by piece and a new design and everything will be coming soon. I liked its old design but apparently I’m not allowed to use it since I…

Recently we shed light on a project where we had created a series of Transparent wallpapers for Windows Phone 7 devices for a client. Today we would like to touch back on the subject as there has been so many changes. In today’s Client Focus we are showcasing once again some images created for one of our clients (Animevortex.net). These wallpaper images are for the new Windows Phone 7 OS phones and they now come in both regular and transparent format. Regular Wallpapers: Windows Phone 7 Wallpaper Gallery | TheSa|nt’s Blog Transparent Wallpapers: Free Transparent Wallpapers for Windows Phone 7…

In today’s Client Focus we are showcasing some images created for one of our clients (Animevortex.net). These wallpaper images are for the new Windows Phone 7 OS phones and have transparent backgrounds so that it reveals the phone’s home screen as the user begins to slide them. This is currently an active project still so more images will come in the future. These wallpapers are free to download and you can find them via the following link along with instructions on how to set them on your Windows Phone 7 device.. Wallpapers: Free Transparent Wallpapers for Windows Phone 7 (WP7) …

I am excited to point out the public launch of ProAudio. ProAudio specializes in home installation and modifications of high-performance audio systems in the greater Las Vegas area. ProAudo’s goal is to bring professional sound to the living room or personal theater that compares to or surpasses public theaters. They are a solid company that offers a vast knowledge of audio that surpasses anything you could buy at your local Best Buy (or alternative electronics store). They can introduce your ears to a level of sound you may have never knew you could have in your own living room. For…

Author: Caroline McCarthy (cNet) Microsoft will be formally launching the next version of its Internet Explorer browser, IE9, at the South by Southwest Interactive Festival (SXSWi) on Monday–an interesting place to launch, given that the Austin, Texas, geek fest is packed full of the hordes who have long since ditched Internet Explorer for the decidedly hipper pastures of Firefox, Safari, or Chrome. The new browser, which had its first and only release candidate land in users’ hands in early February, will fully launch to the public at 9 Pacific time that night. In a blog post, Internet Explorer senior director…

Author: Stephen Shankland (cNet) Google released Chrome 10, endowing its browser with faster JavaScript, password synchronization, a revamped preferences system–but no new Chrome logo. Chrome is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Google announced Chrome 10’s stable release on its blog but refrained from mentioning its product number. That’s in line with the company’s effort to focus on features rather than version numbers, which it calls mere milestones. Google tries to get new versions into users’ hands as rapidly as possible and currently passes a new milestone about once every six weeks. JavaScript is the programming language used to write…

Author: Lance Whitney With the latest changes to its search algorithm, Google is aiming to reward Web sites that offer original, in-depth content at the same time that it penalizes those that simply borrow content from others. Rolled out this week, the changes will help ensure that sites considered to be of “high quality” will rank higher in Google’s search results, while those deemed of “low quality” will get dumped lower in the ranks, according to a blog posted yesterday by Google fellow Amit Singhal and principal engineer Matt Cutts. Google is clearly looking to crack down on “content farms,”…

Google has released the latest Google Web Toolkit (GWT) in it’s most exciting release yet. GWT 2.2 now includes support for the HTML5 Canvas tag – which means you can now build dynamic images/animations/transitions all in HTML with GWT. Going a step further for devs, Google is now also directly integrating GWT Designer into the Google Plugin for Eclipse. GWT Designer is a tool that lets devs rapidly build UIs. The end result is a whole lot of ease of use improvement for anyone that is building apps with GWT for AppEngine. Together with GWT Designer, this could well be…

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