About Brian Yang
Brian is the co-founder and editor-in-chief of TechAirlines. He is also a developer and manages most of the site’s operations. He enjoys web development in his free time and is currently trying to learn Android development. He is currently a freshman at Stony Brook University, majoring in Computer Science.
Google Plus: Brian Yang on Google+
Joined TechAirlines: August 5, 2009
Mozilla had released some initial design mockups for Firefox 3.7 and 4.0 on Windows back in July displaying a more minimalistic look and tighter integration with the operating system’s theme. As I had expected, theme developers saw this as an opportunity and themes trying to match the mockups started appearing.
The theme being used in …
Mozilla’s excellent email client, Thunderbird, has released its latest version, 3.0, yesterday, and its loaded with new features, the most important being the revamped search function, tabs, and a new setup wizard allowing users to create new accounts easily.
The best new feature of this release would have to go to the brand new search …
A few weeks ago, Google opened up its extension gallery for developers to upload their extensions. Today, this gallery is now open for business featuring hundreds of extensions for Google Chrome 4 (currently in Beta).
Installing them couldn’t be simpler. Make sure you are running the latest Chrome 4 Beta and click the big blue …
How many unique online passwords do you have? If your answer is one or two, you either need to get out on the web more, or the more likely answer, you are using the same password for everything, a very poor but popular security practice. Users, myself included, often use the same password for everything …
Do you need to run multiple operating systems? Is multiple booting not for you? How about the easiest way to run multiple operating systems? Virtualization!
There are a few virtualization options out there, one in particular is Sun VirtualBox.
On November 30, 2009, the next major version of VirtualBox, 3.1.0, was released featuring dozens of …
URL shortening services such as bit.ly and TinyURL are becoming more and more popular these days for Twitter links… and for spreading malware. What’s that? Malware?
These services have gained popularity on Twitter where users have to send links in less than 140 characters combined with their message. The problem is that users have no …
Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
And now for a list of 10 free software I am most thankful for over the past year:
- Mozilla Firefox
- Google Chrome
What software are you most thankful for? Enjoy the holiday!…