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Ubuntu now offers built-in integration of social networking sites such as Twitter, Flickr, Facebook, Friend Finder, Digg and Facebook  on the “MeMenu” in the panel. The new feature is based on the Gwibber app, which supports a multi-column view for monitoring multiple social networking feeds simultaneously.

One of the biggest features that were introduced in 9.10 was the Software Center. With a simple design it can be used to install and remove software packages and to add repositories for finding, installing and managing new applications. In Ubuntu 10.04 the Software Center will expanded its features and will also present packages (as opposed to end-user applications). It is also planned to include a way for users to review software or packages.

Test drive which makes it simple to run any Ubuntu release in a virtual machine, safely, and without affecting your current Ubuntu installation. This is a great way to “try out” the Ubuntu release beyond your current version, before upgrading.

Source – Youtube , anotherubuntu blogs

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When doing research online, it’s common to have multiple searches running at the same time. Clicking between tabs for multiple searches can be annoying, and easy to loose track of where you’re at. Today we take a look at googlegooglegooglegoogle.com which lets you run four Google searches in the same tab.

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image which will help users to find images in an easier way. The tool automatically groups similar images into categories presented on results pages.

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PC World looked at many outstanding hardware, software, sites, and services this year, evaluating each one on its design, functionality, performance, and impact. Here is the cream of the crop, the 100 best of 2009. (Note that we chose not to rate products specifically on their price or value, focusing instead on their overall quality.)

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