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PicMonkey, a popular online photo editor, will no longer rely on Adobe’s dying browser plug-in. An overhaul is in the works to dump the Flash Technology and to also turn the photo editing tool into a design tool, as well. You can signup to get on the list for the beta version HERE …
To view the processes running inside Google Chrome, select the options icon, hit More Tools, and select Task Manager. In your task manager window you’ll see every open tab along with every enabled extension, the amount of memory and CPU power each is using, and how much network data they’re sending or receiving. You’ll also spot secondary processes, like how much GPU power Chrome is using to keep everything running smooth… READ MORE
Nice Android reminder app. Pro version FREE for limited time.
Google is taking a lot of what you know and love from Calendar’s mobile application, like the modern color palette and sleek design, and bringing it to the web with a responsive layout that auto-adjusts to your screen size. After finding out about the new look, I went into my online Google Calendar and was (right away) provided an option to switch to the new look… READ MORE
SOURCE: Google Calendar Blog
A co-founder of Facebook launched a $16-a-month package of TV channels on Tuesday, the latest entrant in a growing field of bundles taking on traditional pay-TV services... Read More
Just found a pretty neat Windows resource meter, called XMeters, over at ghacks.net. What makes this resource meter so different is that the hardware readings are displayed on the Windows taskbar, which keeps it in sight at all times and is not out of view when opening programs.
XMeters is a handy system monitor for the Windows taskbar that provides you with important real-time hardware readings. It offers customization options to a degree, but could use a couple more (opening another program instead of Task Manager for instance, or colors to distinguish heavy resource use better)….
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