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Now Play Angry Birds in any Web Browser


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The wait is over.

Angry Birds, one of the most popular video games around that has so far been available only on mobile phones and tablets, is now also available for your computer.

Like a true web app, there's no software to download or install and all it requires is a web browser. Since you have that already, just head over to and start crushing the green pigs.

Angry Birds is official available as a Chrome app but if you use the address, you can play the game inside any web browser including IE. Also, you may switch to the SD version of the game available at  if your playing on a less-powerful netbook.

Why are the birds so angry?

If you are new to Angry Birds, watch the following video trailer to understand why these birds are so angry with the green pigs.

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LG Optimus 3D Augmented Reality Will Complete 3D Browser

Versatile three-dimensional (3D), perhaps that will offer the LG for its smartphones, Optimus 3D. Recently a Korean manufacturer announced that the phone will be exclusively equipped browser 3D augmented reality.

For this, the LG collaborate with Wikitude to create an application that lets users interact with surrounding social environment. Compared with augmented reality application that runs on mobile phones 'normal', such as "Display ", then on the display type of 3D stereoscopic owned Optimus will show places of interest, landmarks and various other objects in a 3D format that is more 'talk'.

Database information presented Wikitude labeled 3D applications is not less than 100 million points / locations throughout the world. This new 3D browser temporary reality will support 12 languages​​, which will continue to grow for the future. For those who want to taste Wikitude 3D ​​applications, can be downloaded at the LG World AppStore in June. And, seem to be free. Woow....

Get a Random Homepage for your Browser


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When it comes to choosing a homepage for our web browsers, we all have different preferences. Some people prefer a blank start page, some may want to see thumbnails of most frequently visited sites (like in Chrome) while others may be more happy seeing their favorite website (like set as their browser's homepage.

There's another option as well – a random homepage. You may use any one of the following URLs as your browser's homepage and expect to see something new and unexpected each time you open your browser.

1. Flickr Photos - This will load a random set of most interesting pictures from Flickr, the photo sharing website.

2. Wikipedia - This will open some random article from the Wikipedia Encyclopedia - replace "en" in the URL to see articles in your own language - de for Deutsch, es for Español, it for Italiano and so on.

3. Delicious - This will open a web page that has recently gone popular on Delicious, the social bookmarking website. You can also tweak the delicious URL to load web pages related to your own interests. For instance, will only show cricket related websites in the start page.

4. Dictionary - Learn the meaning of some new English word every time you load the browser. Available for most other popular languages as well including Arabic, Hindi, Chinese, Persian (Farsi), etc.

5. Words – This is again like the Wiktionary page mentioned above except that it will display a new word and its meaning from the popular "A Word a Day" website.

6. StumbleUpon - This will open a random website that is popular among members of the StumbleUpon community.

7. Reddit – See a random story, photo or video that may have hit the Reddit homepage.

8. Reader Play – Browse interesting stuff that's getting lot of likes on Google Reader.

Just drag any of these URLs to the browser's home icon and prepare yourself to see something unexpected each time you launch your web browser.

This story was initially published in 2009 and this is an updated version.

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