Google Alarm is a Google and Firefox addon that visually and audibly alerts you when your personal information is being sent to Google servers. Even outside Gmail and YouTube you are constantly sending information to Google through their vast network of tracking bugs: Google Analytics, Google AdSense, YouTube embeds, API calls all of this data is used to monitor and track your personal web browsing habits. It shows notifications, plays sound effects and keeps running stats about the % of websites you’ve visit with Google bugs present.
Pakistan lifted the ban on Facebook which had carried a competition to draw the Prophet Mohammad, after getting assurance from the government that “blasphemous material” would no longer be available in Pakistan. On Sunday, Bangladesh also blocked access to Facebook over “objectionable” material about the Prophet Mohammad. […]
The YouTube touch application is an official release from YouTube which enables you to see all your favorite YouTube videos on your mobile. The application is a 1.12 MB download and is regularly being updated. […]
CanIStream.it is a search engine that shows you where you can stream, rent, download and buy movies. It checks the libraries at Netflix, Amazon, iTunes and Hulu and provides links to the appropriate listings. And if a movie isn’t available, you can sign up for CanIStream.it […]