Monday, June 06, 2005

more toys

PC World has a feature, The 100 Best Products of 2005, which made me curious.

I'm already using or have trialled some of these products ( Mozilla Firefox, Google GMail, Google Search Engine, Mozilla Thunderbird and several more).

Others I plan to adopt as soon as possible, in particular the Skype, VoIP service.
Skype uses peer-to-peer technology to connect users to other users to talk and chat with friends. Skype was developed by the founders of Kazaa P-to-P technology, widely used to share music files. Sharman Networks the company behind the Kazaa file sharing software.

More than 100 million copies of Skype software have been downloaded from the Internet. The company claims 35 million registered users.

A lot of the others I just hadn't heard of and for most probably won't get the time to check them out.

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