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  • Carmelo Anthony Brings Buzz Back To Madison Square Garden, Ticket Price Tripple
    By on February 27, 2011 | Comments Off  Comments


    The New York Knicks are relevant once again. With the acquisition of superstar small forward Carmelo Anthony; The Mecca can take back its rightful place on top of the basketball world. The 90’s were a great time for basketball in New York, Patrick Ewing was running the show and his band of brothers had his back every step of the wa

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  • WebKit2 API Layer Brings Split-Process Model
    By on April 9, 2010 | Comments Off  Comments

    99BottlesOfBeerInMyF writes “Anders Carlsson and Sam Weinig over at Apple just announced WebKit2, a rework of the WebKit engine that powers Chrome and Safari. This new version of WebKit incorporates the same style of split-process model that provides stability in Chrome, but built directly into the framework so all browsers based upon WebKit will be able to gain the same level of sandboxing and stability. AppleInsider has a writeup, and the team has (more…)

  • iPhone OS 4.0 Brings Multitasking, Ad Framework For Apps
    By on April 8, 2010 | Comments Off  Comments

    Low Ranked Craig writes “Apple had an event today to show off the next major update to the iPhone OS. iPhone OS 4.0 should arrive this summer (presumably with a new iPhone) for iPhone and iPod Touch, and in the fall for the iPad. According to Apple the update has more than 1,500 new APIs and 100 new features including the sorely missed multitasking. Other highlights include unified inbox, improved security, support for multiple Exchange accounts, (more…)

  • Google Brings Chrome Renderer, Speedy Javascript To IE
    By on September 22, 2009 | Comments Off  Comments

    A month after we discussed Google’s bringing SVG to IE, several readers let us know that Google is expanding the beachhead by offering Chrome’s renderer and speedy Javascript execution in an IE plugin. This effort is in service of allowing IE to participate in Google Wave when that technology’s preview is extended in a week’s time. The plugin, currently in an early stage of development, is called Google Chrome Frame.

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