Update: Google (NSDQ: GOOG) has posted about the new browser on its official blog, and it has posted the comic-book describing the browser o…
There have been persistent – and reasonably credible – rumors that Google was going to release its own browser. Now, thanks to Google Blogoscoped, we have some additional evidence: a 38-page comic book sent out by Google to announce the Google Chrome project.
The launch of the final version of the Firefox 3 browser is not going the way Mozilla planned. This was supposed to be Download Day — an attempt to set a Guinness World Record for the most software downloaded in a 24-hour period. Instead, after the browser was pre-announced to arrive at 10 am PST, all of Mozilla’s download sites are down. For full coverage of the PR vs. the reality, check out OStatic.
I’ve known for some time that I have terrible posture when working at the computer. If I ever forget that, my neck and shoulders usually remind me through the night. I’ve tried better desk and chair settings, but how the heck do you know when you’re really in the "right" position? For $26, Brando is willing to tell you, thanks to their USB-powered Visomate. Sounds like a an add-on for a golf visor but it’s actually a small monitor you attach to the top of your display. The Visomate checks your position from the display and warns you if you’re too close (and burnin’ retinas) or too far with blue and red LED lights. Sounds interesting but I’ll hold out for the golf visor accessory….my swing is much worse than my desk posture.
(via Gear Live)