Top Weekly Tech Updates

Rather than individual technology updates most readers might be interested in a collated news of what happened in the digital world this week .Linux releases, Adobe news,Google updates like wise many events hit around the  web . Enjoy  this week tech roundup[July 31-Aug6]![Also add up some tech updates we missed early].

  • Google Docs Gets the New Google+ Design, Keyboard Navigation
  • Knoppix 6.7.0 Live Linux distribution released 
  • Google News Rolls Out Editor Picks, Human Edited Recommendations
  • Microsoft Reveals its Internal Xbox Live Police 
  • Canonical Releases First Ubuntu With Linux Kernel 3.0 Ubuntu 11.10 alpha 3 
  • Megaupload Sued For Copyright Infringement 
  • Oracle Linux 5.7, Based on RHEL 5.7, Is Now Available
  • Toshiba Reveals 2.5″ HDD with 1 TB Capacity 
  • Google Estimated to Have 900,000 Servers 
  • Microsoft Releases Updates to Fix Office 2010 Service Pack 1 errors
  • Gmail Unveils Preview Pane: Browse Your Emails While You Reply to Them
  • Google Plus Bans Creator of Firefox, For Using His Real Name
  •  Mozilla Firefox 6.0 Beta 4 Released
  • Google upgraded its web browser Chrome’s stable version to 13.0.782.107
  • Microsoft Updates Hotmail Sign in Page with Email ID AutoComplete Feature
  • Google+ Android App Version 1.0.5  Released
  • Researchers at U.C. Berkeley Expose Cunning Online Tracking Service from KISSmetrics That Can’t Be Dodged
  • Adobe Launches HTML5 Rich Media Editor Adobe Edge
  • Twitter confirms investment from Facebook, Zynga investor DST
  • HP TouchPad gets its first OTA update
  • Apple Launches iCloud Beta
  • Google Expands International Support for Chrome Web Store
  • Skype for iPad Makes Its Debut
  • Google Unveils YouTube Live Integration with Hangouts
  • Google Enables Gmail Two-Factor Security in 150 Countries 
  • Stanford researcher exposes Microsoft’s Wi-Fi database
  • Adobe releases long list of Lion, Safari compatibility issues
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