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The new Nexus One is a sleek, awesome handset, but the most important ingredient in touchscreen smartphones is software. The screen is just a canvas that software paints on, and Android 2.1 is a work of art.
Two weeks ago Google released the source code of their upcoming Chrome OS operating system, and thanks to some fast and hard-working developers, you don't have to be a coder to try it out.
The free MediaWiki software is best known for powering Wikipedia, but you don't have to be writing an encyclopaedia to put it to good use. Extend, skin and customise MediaWiki to create any kind of easy-to-update, collaborative web site.
You registered a domain name and set up the free Google Apps Standard Edition to get Gmail, GTalk, GCal and GDocs running behind it. Now, take a look at some advanced settings Google Apps (for your domain) makes available.
You took the leap and installed WordPress to host your own blog because you want complete control over how it looks and works. Now, it's time to power it up, lock it down and make your blog completely yours.
Most of Mac OS 10.6's changes are deep in its underpinnings for developers to put to good use. But what do the rest of us get out of Snow Leopard? Modest, but nice, improvements to the everyday Mac workflow.