HTML5 is next revision of HTML and is already support in Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera and even IE (if you use Chrome Frame). Here's a list of presentations, videos and web articles to help you get started with HTML 5.
The Firefox Plugins Check page hosted on mozilla.org will create a list of all plug-ins that are installed on your system and will match that data with its own list to determine if you are running an older version.
Firefox 3.7 will not just have an awesome interface but it will also include support for multi-touch devices. Marcio Galli demonstrates how he could draw a logo of Firefox on a touch-screen laptop running the latest build of Firefox 3.7 using nothing but his fingers.
The Nobel Prize is awarded in six different categories - Physics, Chemistry, Economics, Medicine, Literature and Peace - and these charts will give you a good idea about countries that have won the most awards in a particular category.
Responding to FTC requirements that bloggers should disclose relationships, Jessica writes – "Fining online writers for non-disclosure is futile" There is a vast difference between a "professional" blogger and someone operating socially on Facebook or Twitter.
Office 2010 will be available in three editions - Office Home and Student 2010, Office Home and Business 2010, or Office Professional 2010. The public beta will be available for download later this year.
This article describes a Microsoft program for web professionals and web design companies that will help them receive free software licenses for Express Studio, Windows Web Server and SQL Server Web Edition to design and host new websites.