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There are a couple of updates from Google this week: Page Speed Service, Google Chrome version 13, Gmail phone call. Also, A new extension MuteTab solved an annoying problem: tabs making sound. By the way, Skype for iPad is now available for free download. Nokia changed the way they named the phones.
Check out the stories after the break.
Google introduced Page Speed Service to automatically speed up loading of your web pages by rewriting your web pages, applying web performance best practices and serves them to users via Google’s servers across the globe.
Google Chrome version 13 now added new features: 1. “Instant Pages” — pre-load Google search result before you click it. 2. Print Preview — preview print page using PDF viewer and “print to PDF” feature.
Gmail phone call now support 38 new languages and lower call rates to over 150 destinations. Call credit now available in 4 currencies (Euros, British pounds, Canadian dollars or U.S. dollars).
MuteTab is a Google Chrome extension which helps you to find tabs that are making sounds, and option to mute them (including background tabs)
Nokia to name their phones with number only, no letters. Simple rule: the larger number, the more advance and more expensive it is. (at last, now I can understand Nokia phone models!)