So for those who are wondering what Chromium Web Browser is all about, this is the original project from where Google Chrome draws its source code. See also How is Chromium Browser different from Google Chrome. I would personally prefer Chromium over Google Chrome, because Chromium is devoid of any kind of tracking by Google of different usage statistics, which I think is a breach of privacy(though you can opt-in and out of it in Google Chrome).

For starters, Ubuntu Studio is a multimedia enhanced version of your favorite linux distribution, Ubuntu. And I must say, the basic artwork in Ubuntu Studio that include themes, wallpapers and iconsets, are way better than that in the original Ubuntu itself. Here is a nice collection of 20 Ubuntu Studio Wallpapers you might want to check out.

Ubuntu Studio Wallpaper
Boxee has always surprised everyone with its lightning fast and unique interface. Boxee is like the Google Chrome of Multimedia apps. It is truly a revolutionary application. Only a month has been passed since the official release of Boxee Beta and you have a newer version of Boxee Beta up for grabs.

Ubuntu Artwork pool in flickr is busy with contributions from everyone in and around the community. There is simply a lot to choose from. This is a collection of 15 beautiful wallpapers for Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx from Ubuntu Artwork Pool.

Google Chrome is growing and so is it's arsenal of extensions. Google Chrome recently stole the limelight from Safari browser and became the third most popular web browser in the world. With its recent emphasis on teaching people about web browser in general through innovative Google Chrome advertisements, it is genuinely going places. Slideshow is a beautiful yet functional image viewing extension for Google Chrome.

Hello readers,
               Tech Drive-in is a two month old blog which have already produced some of the most popular and engaging posts out there. We have articles that generated more than 4000 pageviews in a single day, which is an achievement in itself for a young blog like ours.
Picasa is a free photo software from Google. Picasa 3.0 beta for Linux has been released recently and you can install it using repository in Ubuntu, which means you won't be having any trouble in getting updates for Picasa in future.
Open Office 3.2 is released with a lot of new updates and improvements. First the good news, Ubuntu Lucid will now come with Open Office 3.2 as default. And the bad news is, openoffice-pkgs PPA Repo is not yet updated with this new release of Open Office 3.2.
So for those who are wondering what these wallpaper clocks are all about, wallpaper clocks are wallpapers that show live date and time. And there are a number of good source for wallpaper clocks. But we will get to that later. First the basics. Read on.

Although Tech Drive is just 2 months old, we already have some really popular stories under our belt, posts that churned out more than 4000 pageviews in a single day. Here is a list of 8 most popular content at Tech Drive for the last 30 days.
If you don't know what Bisigi is all about, may be you should go and check out this awesome collection of 12 Gnome themes for Ubuntu by Bisigi. And the best part is, you can download these themes directly from synaptic, which makes the deal even sweeter.

Who doesn't like eyecandy. Here is a nice 3D tab preview generating extension for Google Chrome. You can browse through your tabs using a simple mouse scroll and it definitely looks beautiful.
Chromed Bird twitter extension for Google Chrome(Chromium) can do everything one ever expects to do with a Twitter extension and more. I wanted an extension with similar functionality for Facebook. And I got Facebook To-Go. I have to say, Chromed Bird and Facebook To-Go is an awesome must-have combination of social media extensions for Google Chrome.
With the Apple iPad buzz going around, there can't be a better time to demonstrate the 'tablet' implications of Google Chrome OS. Google has not yet released this netbook centric OS yet, but they are constantly in the news with updates of their Chrome OS. You may also want to watch this awesome first glimpse video on Chrome OS UI.
We have already seen, how easy it is to install Firefox 3.6 in Ubuntu using Ubuntuzilla script. But, what if there is a better way to do it? With the introduction of Ubuntuzilla repository, it has become even easier installing latest Firefox updates in Ubuntu. No more command line burn outs, just use the Synaptic instead, if that is what you like. Lets get started.
Update : Firefox 3.6.3 released! 
Ubuntu Tweak is a cute little application meant to make the life of Ubuntu user a lot more easier. It has a number of small workarounds which are really useful especially if you are a newbie Ubuntu user. Some of Compiz animations like "Show Windows" is not at all easy-to-find, if you are not using Ubuntu Tweak. Recently Ubuntu Tweak 0.5.1 was released. Here is what you need to do to install Ubuntu Tweak 0.5.1 in Ubuntu Karmic.
This is interesting. You got some really awesome themes for ubuntu via bisigi repo, and now its time to get some cool wallpapers for ubuntu via kwwii repo. This is how you do it in Ubuntu Karmic.

Now, this is tricky. When you have a number of powerful alternatives for Microsoft Internet Explorer in Ubuntu Linux, why do you need IE in Ubuntu anyway. Firefox 3.5 is already the most used web browser in the world. The thing is, most of those who want IE installed in their linux laptops/pc's are either web developers and the rest are those who just got stuck in an 'IE only website'.  There is a easy hack though. Lets take a look.