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10 Must subscribe Youtube Channels!view story

http://www.chaaps.com – (General)

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Don't do your data limit on these Optus prepaid plansview story

http://www.itwire.com – Optus has upgraded its prepaid mobile plans aimed at heavy text users, adding free calls to any other Australian mobile numbers, and unlimited access to Facebook and Twitter and limited data for other purposes, but at $22 per MB users could quickly blow their credit if they exceed the limit. (IT news)

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New stable version (1.3.3) of Turpial lands in PPAsview story

http://www.ubuntugeek.com – (HowTos)

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EFF and Tor project bring HTTPS Everywhere Firefox Addonview story

http://linuxers.org – We use web for our day to day activites, most of which we want to be secret - Financial transactions, private conversations, emails etc. HTTPS makes sure that nobody is able to steal your personal data, by encrypting it. Even though most of the websites are shifting to HTTPS, they still have some holes which rebound you to unencryption. (General)

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HTTPS Everywhere – Firefox add-onview story

http://www.chaaps.com – (General)

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GhantaGhar: A Desi Twitter Alarm Which Rings For Every Half an Hour!view story

http://www.chaaps.com – (General)

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Plan your openSUSE 11.3 release party now!view story

http://news.opensuse.org – (Distributions)

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Firefox Friday Five: Encrypt the Web, Firefox on the iPhone, and a few tricks!view story

http://www.downloadsquad.com – Filed under: Features, Mozilla, Browsers (General)

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Flock Flies the Firefox Coopview story

http://www.linux-mag.com – Flock has undergone a major evolution in the last year. From the Swiss-Army knife of social media to a slimmed down browser that tackles Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, and YouTube only. Even more shocking, the project has dumped Firefox for Chromium. Was the switch worth it? (General)

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Microsoft Office 2010 ready for consumer channelview story

http://www.itwire.com – Despite Twitter's hiccups today, Microsoft released the latest version of Office at a social media launch for consumers today in Sydney's Martin Place. Unlike previous versions, there won't be any upgrade prices although there will be several new purchasing options that can save consumers plenty from the full price. (IT news)