Every week ROUNDUP brings you quick updates on some interesting news and tips around the web from the past week that we didn’t get the time to elaborate. It also brings you what happened at DemoGeek.com in the last week, in case if you missed the updates.
Facebook officially launches “Reply By Email”
Now you can use your email to reply to email notifications such as comments and wall posts without having to visit Facebook itself.
Yahoo keeps turning-off its services and the latest being its Shopping API.
According to Compete’s report, Twitter.com’s US traffic reached 22.81 million unique visitors in December, up 1.45% from November. This is still below its peak in June.
Apple might be serving ~350 app downloads per second after they hit the 2 billion download mark.
The WSJ and CBS are now teaming up with Digg, by integrating the popular story widget in their websites.
Followbase is a simple Twitter client that does customer service and support via Twitter.
Facebook will begin handing out free McAfee security software to its 350 million users in order to combat spam on the site.
With the maximum upload limit raised up to 250 MB it looks like Google Docs would be used more as for storage than collaboration.
Apple filed a complaint to UDRP in November and won the rights to domains related to iPods, iPod accessories, iPhones, iPhone accessories, Macs, and MacBooks.
Apple Tablet is the “iPhone on steroids”
With its out-of-control multi-touch controls, faster ARM CPU and the usage of the iPhone kernel it looks like Apple Tablet would be “the iPhone on steroids”.
With nothing but a desktop PC “Pi” got a whopping 2.7 trillion digits accuracy.
The Dev Release versions of Google Chrome for Mac has finally received support for extensions.
Looks like Office 2010 prices will range from $99 to $499.
Ford introduces MyFord Touch
Ford took the SYNC technology a step further to encompass navigation, climate control and audio options — in addition to connecting with your phone and the Internet. The geeks now have a reason to spend more time on the road. Atlanta traffic seem like a breeze all of a sudden!
Amit reveals a simple trick to find out about all the Verified Accounts on Twitter.
Comodo’s free app, Time Machine, helps you schedule free system backups.
Graphic designers will really enjoy the capabilities of Photoshop CS5
Modify a config file on your jail-broken iPhone to use multiple Exchange accounts.
Use this trick to make extensions work on the pre-release versions of Firefox.
On the market for a notepad replacement? Try Xint Text Editor, it boasts some nice features.
Use your own handwriting to create fonts on a Windows Tablet PC.
Use this simple trick to stop your Mac from automatically dimming the display after a period of inactivity.
Dropzone makes it easier to do repetitive tasks on your Mac.
Use this simple trick to clear specific items from Recent Items menu on Mac OSX
Twendly makes it easy for you to find out who is talking about a certain topic on Twitter.
Download one of the best disk defragmentation application for free.
These free applications helps you create custom iPhone ringtones for free and easy.
Learn the many ways how you can connect your MacBook to an external monitor.
QuickNote makes it easier to take notes while you browse without leaving the browser.
These are some of the 10 best iPhone apps that makes it easy for you to find useful iPhone apps.