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Any.Do goes anywhere with new web app

Any.Do goes anywhere with new web app

Any.Do, who already provide a great cross-platform to-do list, are broadening their horizons. With their new web app, Any.Do is giving you the freedom to set goals and schedule tasks anywhere you like. Rather than having to download an app to your smartphone, you can just bookmark their service and access it from any where, any time.

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Ubisoft teams with Internet Explorer for Assassin’s Creed race

Ubisoft teams with Internet Explorer for Assassin’s Creed race

Supposing you’re all about sailing a pirate ship in your internet browser without having to buy Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag, today might be your day. The folks at Ubisoft have teamed with the folks responsible for keeping Internet Explorer popular have released a game called Assassin’s Creed Pirates Race, a free endeavor for the average buccaneer.

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Internet Explorer zero-day exploit affects a quarter of Internet browsers

Internet Explorer zero-day exploit affects a quarter of Internet browsers

Security firm FireEye has just disclosed a new zero-day vulnerability that is being used to attack more recent versions of Internet Explorer. This exploit leaves almost 25 percent of the browsers in the market quite defenseless and open to hacker attacks.

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Opera Coast for iPhone makes snackable web mobile

Opera Coast for iPhone makes snackable web mobile

Opera has released Opera Coast for iPhone, the smartphone version of its iPad browser that aims to reshape the web for touch and gesture navigation. Reworking the interface and controls so that they're within the reach of a thumb when the iPhone is held one-handed, and updating search and content suggestion, Coast for iPhone also synchronizes with its iPad cousin for favorites and shortcut tiles.

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Google Search may boost sites with encrypted data

Google Search may boost sites with encrypted data

It’s been suggested this week that Google may be in talks to boost search results for websites that correctly implement encryption. This was hinted by the engineer at Google in charge of fighting spam in search results, Matt Cutts. Cutts is also a liaison between Google’s search engine team and web developers letting them know how each change is being made to the algorithms in place as they are made.

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Chrome Beta for Android update includes undo tab close

Chrome Beta for Android update includes undo tab close

Google has rolled out the latest Chrome Beta update for Android, and with it comes some new features, perhaps most notable among them being an option to undo a tab close. As with previous updates, there are a couple bugs in tow, but those who are willing to deal with them can update now.

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Internet Explorer 6 dies today: IE6 ends with Windows XP

Internet Explorer 6 dies today: IE6 ends with Windows XP

If there was a day to be joyful for the end of software builds, today is that day. Both Windows XP and Internet Explorer 6 have officially been dumped by Microsoft. What’s this mean for you, the user of these relatively ancient pieces of hacker-friendly Microsoft-abandoned code?

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Mozilla CEO steps down after anti-gay marriage donation, subsequent outcry

Mozilla CEO steps down after anti-gay marriage donation, subsequent outcry

It seemed like only a matter of time. When you donate money to an anti-gay marriage proposition in California, your employees are almost certainly going to have something to say about it. That’s what happened with Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich, resigning after a relatively massive outcry from employees after he donated $1,000 to an anti-gay marriage ballot.

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Age of Ascent aims at world record for largest video game battle

Age of Ascent aims at world record for largest video game battle

As attempts at getting people to pay attention to your crowd-funding venture go, aiming for a world record with the Guinness book of world records isn’t the worst idea you could have. The team at Illyriao Games are attempting to break the world record for "World’s Largest Videogame PvP Battle" today starting at 7pm GMT / 3pm Eastern / noon Pacific - at the time of this article’s writing, they’ve got 376 players online with a peak of 993.

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Facebook redesign launches 364 days later

Facebook redesign launches 364 days later

One year ago - minus one day - Facebook held an event in which they suggested a "personalized newspaper" redesign of the social network was coming. Fast forward 364 days later and we’ve got it! Today the redesign has launched, bringing on grays, hard lines, and what Facebook suggests is a change in which "Stories have a streamlined look with bigger photos."

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Titanfall Arcade unveiled: 8-bit blasting pre-release

Titanfall Arcade unveiled: 8-bit blasting pre-release

This afternoon the folks responsible for pushing Titanfall on the world have released a web-based set of games - one so far - with Titanfall themes. The first is Asteroid, the second will be Missile Command, and the third will be Centipede. Needless to say, playing with a Titan instead of the 1970’s ships these games originally came with is a vast improvement.

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Mozilla Foundation chair tackles thorny issue of ads in Firefox

Mozilla Foundation chair tackles thorny issue of ads in Firefox

Mozilla just recently made an announcement that made everybody's heads spin. Firefox was going to have ads. Naturally, as with anything related to unwanted advertisements, users were in an uproar. Now the Mozilla Foundation is clarifying its position and the situation isn't really as dire as some may paint it.

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