For Indian users, Mozilla now has 7 Indian language options – Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Marathi, Punjabi and Telugu – as well as three more in beta: Malayalam, Tamil and Oriya. It also provides a separate Sri Lankan version of Tamil and a Bangladeshi version of Bengali – showing a rare sensitivity to these regional nuances. There is a separate Sinhala version too.
Mashup Google and Wolfram Alpha
IndiaTechOnline likes to think it knows just what added value its readers look for. So we point you at a cool add on at the Mozilla site contributed by Richard Berry aka Sekizaru. Everybody wants to compare the recently launched “answer” engine, Wolfram Alpha to Google. So he put together a mashup for the Firefox browser: Do a search on Google and the Wolfram Alpha result for that search will appear alongside.
Here is the link to Wolfram Alpha Google 0.8 for Firefox:
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( July 6 2009)