Sky’s finally increasing the prices of its Now TV packages

It was back in May that Sky announced that Now TV bundles would cost you a little more each month, but never got around to implementing the rise. Five months later, and the company has now decided that the increases (£2 for Entertainment, £1 for…

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Monday Morning Hangover: Roy Nelson knocked out for first time in UFC career by Mark Hunt

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Erica Mena: Engaged to Bow Wow!

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A Gang of Six Plots a Revolt

Representative Steve King, a 63-year-old Iowa Republican, is restless and irritated, and it shows. He’s here, stewing in a hearing room in the Rayburn building, because he and his friends in the House’s tea-party bloc feel disconnected from the debate on comprehensive immigration reform. “A number of us have sat back and watched with amazement as some of our colleagues have leapt to erroneous conclusions,” King says, sitting alongside five other staunch opponents of legalization efforts. “But we are where we are with the momentum in the Republican party.”

A few blocks away, Senator Marco Rubio and his colleagues on the bipartisan Gang of Eight, who have lately been on the front pages of the national newspapers, are poised to release legislation that will probably include a pathway to legalization for undocumented workers. Rubio’s work on the issue landed him on the cover of Time magazine in February and has stirred talk of a presidential run. Meanwhile, the tea-party Republicans gathered here have received scant coverage, and scorn from liberals on Twitter, for their opposition to the Senate’s plan.

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Faking It: Gregg Sulkin Reveals Why Liam Has a Chip On His Shoulder

Faking It returns for its second season on Tuesday, September 23 and Liam and Amy have some serious ‘splaining to do. Last season’s big cliffhanger left the unlikely twosome in a rather intimate tangle and now they have to decide …

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Apple orders iCab iOS browser to cripple JavaScript modules

The developer of iCab Mobile, a feature-rich alternative to the Safari Web browser on iPad and iPhone, has been ordered by Apple to remove its ability to download and install JavaScript modules.

Presumably it’s not the fact that iCab can execute JavaScript that’s causing Apple to apoplectically puff and splutter, but rather its ability to download modules. Both Apple and Google frown upon apps that contain market-like functionality, and someone at Apple probably thought that iCab’s JavaScript modules looked like a bit too much like discrete apps.

Alexander Clauss, iCab’s developer, has rather a lot to say on the matter. “Maybe if I would have called the modules ‘smart bookmarks’ and would have made installing them much more complicated, Apple would have never asked to remove the ability to download them from the internet. The great user experience of installing modules has probably created a suspicion that these modules are more than just a piece of JavaScript code. From a pure technical point of view, if Apple does not allow to download modules (JavaScript code), Apple would also have to disallow to load web pages in general, because these do also contain JavaScript code.”

In conclusion, to circumvent Apple’s draconian decree, iCab Mobile now simply comes bundled with some 20 JavaScript modules. The ability to download modules made by third-party developers has been disabled, however — but even then, Clauss says that you can simply contact him and ask for your module to be bundled with the next version of iCab.

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Apple orders iCab iOS browser to cripple JavaScript modules originally appeared on Download Squad on Fri, 08 Apr 2011 07:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Researchers have created an oscillator that could silence the mechanical watch

You’re running late to a meeting, glaring at your wrist in disbelief that it’s fifteen minutes past the hour. Are you really that late? Lifting the watch to your ear you hear the all-too familiar tick of its internal mechanisms. Yes, it works — and…

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Matthew McConaughey Reveals If He’s Getting Into His Chaps Again For the Magic Mike Sequel!

It was Matthew McConaughey like we’d never seen him before when he stepped on the screen, or rather, thrusted on screen, as Dallas in Magic Mike. But will the Oscar-winning actor return for the sequel, Magic Mike XXL?…

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Nazi Gas Chambers Used in Poland Discovered during Archaeological Dig

This week, some seventy years after the Holocaust, a death camp was uncovered in Sobibor, Poland, where about 250,000 Jews were exterminated at the hands of the Nazis.

Nazi Germany committed a great deal of resources attempting to cover up the atrocities they committed against six million Jews and others during the Holocaust, but Yad Vashem, Israel’s memorial to the victims of the Holocaust in Jerusalem, announced the finding on Wednesday after an archaeological dig found the mass-exterminating gas chambers.

The Jerusalem Post described the brutal history behind the Nazi-occupied death camp in Poland and why it took so long to find its remains:

Some 250,000 Jews were murdered at Sobibor, but on October 14, 1943, about 600 prisoners revolted and briefly escaped. Between 100 and 120 prisoners survived the revolt, and 60 of those survived the war. After the camp uprising, the Nazis bulldozed the area and planted it over with pine trees to conceal their crimes.

“The discovery of the exact location of the gas chambers at the Sobibor Camp is a discovery of the utmost importance in Holocaust research,” said Dr. David Silberklang of the Yad Vashem International Institute for Holocaust research. “A small window has been open into their daily suffering,” he added.








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Zoho Docs 2.0 adds iPad support

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Zoho has offered an iOS app for a while now — at least for the iPhone and iPod touch. Those of you who have been wanting to use the Zoho app on your iPad were out of luck, but that’s no longer the case.

Zoho Docs 2.0 has landed in the App Store, and the most notable change is that it’s now a universal app. Now you’re able to take advantage of the app’s mobile productivity powers on your larger iOS device. Retina display support has also been added, as have document sharing options — which you can utilize in both the viewer and collaboration modes.

Just like the basic Zoho service, the app is available totally free of charge. Paid subscriptions get you additional storage space and start at $3 per month for professional use.

Zoho Docs 2.0 adds iPad support originally appeared on Download Squad on Wed, 06 Apr 2011 22:17:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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