Weekly Wrap-up: All Playboy Magazines Now Available in 250GB Hard Disk Edition

This week, we show you how to customize your WordPress admin area, unsubscribe from mailing lists with ease, view your website mobile theme on desktop browser, share Windows clipboard data between multiple computers, change iPhone default browser and many more…

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Poll of the week

Do You Prefer Full Or Partial RSS Feed?

News of the week

1. All back issue of Playboy magazine now available for sale in a hard drive

Last year, National Geographics sold their archives in a box set of DVDs. This year, Playboy decides to follow suit and place all their back issue of Playboy magazine in a 250GB hard disk, and sell it to you.

2. Google releases Google Chrome 8.

Nothing too surprising here…Google has released the stable version of Chrome 8 without much fanfare. Nothing that you need to do, because your Google Chrome will update by itself. Simply sit back and enjoy.

3. Google doodles for your phone

If you are a fan of Google Doodles, good news for you. Google doodles is now available for your phone too.

4. Google Editions, Google’s e-book store, to launch before 2011

Google Inc. is in the final stages of launching its long-awaited e-book retailing venture, Google Editions, a move that could shake up the way digital books are sold.

5. The Android Google Reader app is here!

6. Windows Live Spaces Doubles WordPress.com Signups

Last month, Microsoft announced that they are shutting down Windows Live Spaces and its users will be migrated to WordPress.com. After a month, the number of WordPress.com doubled, paving its way to become the most popular blogging platform in the whole wide web.

7. Xmarks get acquired by LastPass, Lives On

Xmarks, the online bookmarking company that is about to die, has revived from the death with the help of LastPass. LastPass acquired Xmarks and could soon release a premium version for its users.

8. Groupon rejects Google $6 billion offer.

Looking forward to a “Goopon” (Google – Groupon)? No more chances as Groupon officially reject a whopping $6 billion bid from Google.

9. Android and iOS top the list of “Most Desired” Operating System

If not Android and iOS, who else would it be?

10. Winamp for Android now comes with wireless music sync | DoubleTwist introduces AirSync – Sync Your Android playlist, photos and video

You can call it a coincidence, both Winamp and DoubleTwist release a newer version of their Android apps, giving their users the means to synchronize their music wirelessly. DoubleTwist’s Airsync costs $2.99, but allows you to sync playlist, photos and videos. Winamp continues to be free.

12. Android Market Now Comes with “Similar” Tab.

A new improvement in Android market now allows you to discover “Similar” apps from each application page.

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5. Easily connect Linux to a Windows Domain

Software of the week

1. Angry Birds Seasons – Celebrate Xmas with Angry birds

2. Synapse – Searches everything, anything in Linux

3. Grooveshark – The newly released HTML5 version of Grooveshark is awesome. Check it out.

4. Google Reader for Android – Read, follows, and subscribe your RSS feeds on the move.

5. SnapShot – Screen Capture Tool for Windows.

That’s all for the wrap-up for this week. If you have any tips, tricks or any topics you think we should include, feel free to email us at tips [at] maketecheasier.com

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