App Store: 100,000

In the past few days, Apple gives the world a deep impresssion. The APPLE iPhone-maker officially announced that their tightly controlled App Store has surpassed the 100,000 mark when it reaches available applications. A hundred thousand -- that's many many apps, especially compared to other platforms' far more limited offerings. Let us take a look at the detail:
However, look into it deeper, how much does size really matter? Does anyone really need a selection of 100,000? In this case of the App Store, it appears that despite the impressive nature of its big and firm number, the way we use the catalog may count far more than any measurement.
Seeing how few of the App Store's 100,000 apps are actually put into use and brings that idea into question.
On the other hand, there's still the worrying of quality: Do the Android apps hold a torch to the iPhone's when it comes to what they offer and how well they perform? That's a subjective question you'll have to answer for yourself. When it comes to sheer numbers, though, you may want to think twice before letting an extra zero make up your mind.
A joke or a fact?
About the fact, what shoud it be? Let us wait and see.
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Firefox 3.6 beta has been released

Which browers are you using for surfing the internet?
The older Firfox 3.5?
On Friday Mozilla released the first beta of Firefox 3.6, the users can update this version through the older version.
Firefox 3.6 Beta has relatively few visible changes from Firefox 3.5 in June. Instead, most of the enhancements have been design to under-the-hood components, including the TraceMonkey JavaScript rendering engine and other convenient added features.
Among all of the new features visible to users is integrated support for the scaled-down browser skins dubbed "Personas" by Mozilla, and new warnings to users when they reach a site that calls on outdated plug-ins, such as Adobe's Flash Player or Apple's QuickTime.
Mike Beltzner, director of Firefox, are support for new CSS, DOM and HTML 5 technologies; support for full-screen video embedded with the video HTML tag; and support for the Web Open Font Format (WOFF). JavaScript performance has also been boosted, said Beltzner in a post to the Mozilla developer center blog, and start-up times have been reduced.
Some features once destined for Firefox 3.6, however, have been dropped, including one that was to take advantage of Microsoft's new Windows 7. Integration with Windows 7's Jump Lists -- a feature that would list recently-visited sites when Firefox's icon is right-clicked in the taskbar -- has been postponed and wasn't included with the beta.
Though Firefox 3.6's interface chances are minor, Mozilla plans to revamp the user interface in Firefox 3.7, set to launch in the coming 2010, and finish the redesign in Firefox 4.0, currently scheduled for late next year.
The Firefox is used to be designed to meet the requirement of the Internet fans all over the world
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