Monday morning links serving: The August 17th edition

The 35 Best iPhone Apps Of 2009 (So Far)
There are a massive number of clones, one-off gimmicks, volumes of books and reference material, and a never-ending supply of uninteresting games. So here are what is worth of your time and money.

Top 10 Tricks for Creatively Hiding Your Stuff
Every kid has a creative stash for secret stuff, but that useful enthusiasm doesn’t have to die off just because we’ve traded treehouses for desks.

Apple’s Snow Leopard: A flurry of changes
Mac OS 10.6 is coming soon with some small changes that you’ll like a lot.

Microsoft Disputes Firefox One Billion Downloads
Two weeks ago, Mozilla announced a major milestone for its Firefox (Firefox) web browser: one billion downloads. Not everyone’s in awe of the number, though.

5 Hacks You Can Explore With Your Kids
Tell any group of intelligent, motivated and creative people they can’t, shouldn’t or that “it’s impossible,” and they are going to do it. Even if it might get them in trouble.

Windows 7 Review: XP vs Vista vs 7 in 80+ Benchmarks
As 2009 draws to a close, we find ourselves testing another new Microsoft OS: Windows 7. Building on the now-mature technologies introduced with Vista, but with a renewed focus on performance and ease-of-use, Windows 7 seems poised to succeed where Vista couldn’t. We’ve finally received a final build of Win7, and have run it through the tests.


One Response to Monday morning links serving: The August 17th edition

  1. One billion downloads doesnt equal one billion users Microsoft. Wow I hate that company. Ive downloaded Firefox at LEAST a 500 times if you count updated versions. Maybe 100 if you count just fresh installs.

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