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Mozilla Browser For Mobile Devices – Minimo

Sunday 31 July 2005 @ 2:56 pm

After we have seen Opera came out with their mobile version of Opera 8, which can be run on Windows Mobile 2003 Smartphones. Mozilla Foundation has released a technology preview of a mobile device browser, codenamed Mimimo ( Sounds like Minime? :D ) that uses the same code base as the popular desktop Firefox browser. For your information desktop based Firefox has surpassed 75 million downloads to date.

Mozilla Website Under CSS

The Minimo (Mini Mozilla) project is focused on code-size and runtime footprint reduction, and porting to small consumer devices. We hope to make Minimo the browser of choice on small devices, or machines with limited system resources

Minimo 0.007 is for mobile devices running Windows CE and offers many of the features in Firefox, such as tabbed browsing, support for plug-ins and has an interface written in eXtensible User Interface Language (XUL), Chris Hofmann, director of engineering at Mozilla, said. By the way, XUL supports cascading style sheets (CSS), which is helpful in adapting web pages to the small screens of cellular phones and to reduce loading time; JavaScript and resource description language, (RDF), for storing dynamic content.
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Mozilla Browser For Mobile Devices – Minimo

Official Details Of Windows Vista

Saturday 30 July 2005 @ 4:24 am

Since Windows Vista are the buzz words this week, here I share with you some of the features, both enhanced and newly added, of the next version of Windows, after showing you some screen shots of Windows Vista.

In fact, Microsoft Windows Vista Beta 1 is being delivered to more than 10,000 beta testers via the Windows Vista Technical Beta Program, and thousands more people will receive beta 1 through the MSDN developer program and Microsoft® TechNet.

Microsoft claims that Windows Vista beta 1 greatly improved the Windows’ fundamentals such as security, deployment, manageability and performance. Let’s have a look of what are the new things they have enhanced and added in Windows Vista.
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Official Details Of Windows Vista

Trick To Crack Windows Genuine Advantage

Friday 29 July 2005 @ 2:49 pm

We have seen the news 2 days ago, of the launching of Microsoft’s Windows® Genuine Advantage (WGA), which requires Windows users to validate their copies of Windows before being allowed to download any updates from Microsoft. Yesterday, this “compulsory” check has been cracked within 24 hours after launching !!

Here is how it works,
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Trick To Crack Windows Genuine Advantage

A Glance On Windows Vista

Friday 29 July 2005 @ 11:58 am

Come take a glance on a few screen shots of the next version of Windows – Windows Vista.

1.) A redesigned Start Menu in Windows Vista, which allows users to type the name of the application they wish to open. This feature will definitely save some of my time because I have more than 30 applications installed. :D

Start Menu

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A Glance On Windows Vista

Intel 45nm Processors In 2007

Friday 29 July 2005 @ 12:29 am

Intel Corp. on Monday, 25 July, 2005, announced plans to begin production of their microprocessors built on 45nm process technology in the second half of 2007. These chips will be produced from a new 300mm wafer fabrication facility at its site in Chandler, Arizona, which designated as Fab 32.

The announcement not only shed some light to the new microprocessors technology, it brought good news to the job market too. The new facility will create up to 1000 new Intel jobs at the Arizona site over the next several years too. This is because even during the construction phase, more than 3000 skilled trades people will be hired to work on the project. Once completed, Fab 32 will become Intel’s sixth 300mm wafer facility.
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Intel 45nm Processors In 2007

Intel Released New Mobile Chips

Thursday 28 July 2005 @ 3:41 pm

Intel Corp. has added three new mobile chips into the family but did it quietly without announcing any statements on the news and without including them into the official price-list too.

Three new additions to the mobile processor family are :-

  • Intel Pentium-M 780 (High-end)
    – Operates at 2.26GHz at full power.
    – 2MB of L2 cache
    533MHz Front Side Bus (FSB)
    27W Thermal Design Power (TDP)
    – 90nm Technology
    – Contains special architecture enhancements in addition to Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology (EIST) support
    – Built-in Execute Disable Bit (EDB) security capability
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