About Brian Yang

Brian is the co-founder of TechAirlines. He is a web developer and manages most of the site’s operations. He is currently a freshman at Stony Brook University, majoring in Computer Science.

Website: http://www.techairlines.com

Twitter: yangbrian

Google Plus: Brian Yang on Google+

Joined TechAirlines: August 5, 2009

WOT vs. SiteAdvisor vs. SafeWeb – PrizeFly

Unknown Safety

Do you use search engines? Ever wonder which sites are safe to visit? By the time you actually visit the site, it might already be too late. Web reputation and site rating services are here to help.

These products and services place icons next to search result links to indicate a site’s safety level.

First Look at What’s New in Internet Explorer 9 Beta


Have you tried one of the many Internet Explorer 9 Platform Previews in the past few months? If you haven’t and you want to try IE9′s amazing new features, the first public beta has just been released at the Beauty of the Web event in San Francisco on Wednesday (Sept. 15). Internet Explorer 9 is […]

Google Instant – Search for a New Generation

Google Instant

Remember Google’s live-updating doodle as well as the animated particles? As expected, these were leading up the major update to Google. Live-updating results as-you-type as well as search query predictions. With Google Instant, results dynamically appear as the user types so they can quickly interact and click through content they’re looking for. In addition, Google […]

Google Color Changing Logo and Live-Updating Search

Google Logo

Remember Google’s fun animated particles doodle from yesterday? Today, Google has done it again with yet another interesting logo. At first, it just looks like a gray version of the Google logo. But try typing into the search box. You may notice that the colors start to fill in as you type. After 5 characters, […]

Google Animated Particles Logo

Google Logo

Google has had countless beautiful and fun logos (known as doodles) in the past to celebrate special occasions, from Newton’s Apple to Pac-man, but today’s logo is by far one of the most interesting. The logo is animated and reacts based on the mouse pointer. Try moving your mouse closer to it and you will […]

First Look at Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat Beta


The Canonical Team has recently announced the release of the first public beta of the next version of their popular Linux distribution, Ubuntu 10.10 “Maverick Meerkat”. Scheduled for final release on October 10, this is a first look at what’s new in Maverick Meerkat Beta 1. Installation The usual menu asking the user to Install […]

Try Gmail Priority Inbox to Deal with Email Overload

Priority Inbox

Are you receiving far too many emails? Is managing them all getting to be extremely difficult? The Gmail Team has recently started to roll out a new feature called Gmail Priority Inbox. While Gmail does an excellent job filtering out spam, we all sometimes find ourselves receiving emails that aren’t spam, but they’re not really […]

Do You Auto-Post to Social Network Feeds?


Most websites, especially blogs, publish their new content to social network feeds. This allows for a greater audience and better interaction with their audience. Unfortunately, posting updates on multiple social networks manually everytime there’s new content can be a time consuming task. As a result, many are using services, such as Twitterfeed, to automatically scan […]

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