“ALERT!!! Facebook has changed and said nothing..!!! Take a look at your URL (top box on your screen). If you see “http” or just “www” instead of “https” you do not have a secure session & can be hacked…” I saw this from one of my friends’ post at Facebook. Indeed, there is no secure connection with my Facebook account. HTTPS ensures reasonable protection from eavesdroppers and man-in-the-middle attacks. Why not enable secure browsing in Facebook when we can get it free?
If you wondering around Facebook lately, you will notice that some of your friend’s profile page is different than yours. They are using the latest new Facebook Profile Page. How to enable the new Facebook Profile Page?
Yeah, Windows Mobile 6.5 is still alive and kicking even Windows Phone 7 is out there. Microsoft updated Facebook application for Windows Mobile 6.5 to version 1.4 (18.104.22.168). For those who are still using Windows Mobile, it’s time for you to install it.
[pull_quote_center]Skyfire is the only mobile browser that supports full Flash and Windows Media videos, including Flash 10 and Silverlight 2.0. You can even watch TV on your phone![/pull_quote_center]
Quote that I took from Skyfire website… Well, this is not true anymore after Nokia N900 with Maemo 5 OS and using Mozilla-based web browser with Adobe Flash 9.4 support came out. But for those who have mobile phone like me ~ HTC HD2 which still using Windows Mobile 6.5 or Nokia S60 3rd Edition & 5th Edition (Beta). Skyfire is the only full Flash browser for you.