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Microsoft Bans Firefox On Windows RT

Microsoft Bans Firefox On Windows RT

The battle of browsers are getting more intensive. Internet Explorer (IE) was the top browser of 2011. Firefox has been the first browser to challenge IE’s dominance. Chrome has also gained market share over the last quarters. A new development in this war is Microsoft’s decision to ban Firefox and other browsers on its new ARM-based Windows RT systems. Aren’t you eager to know the real reason behind this drastic decision?

By On May 10, 2012 2 Responses
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[Tutorial] How To Disable Pop-Up Blockers

[Tutorial] How To Disable Pop-Up Blockers

A pop-up blocker refers to any software that disables any pop-up, pop-over or pop-under window that you would see while using a web browser. Many people will never want to disable popup blockers because they don’t want to see those annoying windows and advertisements but let me tell you that not all popups contain advertisements. Some websites require from you to enable popup windows to be able to login, register or fill certain forms on their websites. Also there are many of you that are not aware of that there are hidden popup blockers in your browser, toolbar or even Windows. This tutorial will show you how to disable popup blockers in some most popular browsers, toolbars and Windows 7.

By On February 17, 2012 Respond
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How To Get Rid Of Google And Other Third Party Tracking

How To Get Rid Of Google And Other Third Party Tracking

Technological advancement has led us on top of the success. But, it is that same technology, which is prying into our privacy and revealing our internet activities to others without our permission. In simple word, our internet activities are being monitored. The question is, who is monitoring or who is helping to track our internet activities? So, let’s find out, how to get rid of from being tracked/monitored?

By On February 2, 2012 Respond
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Adobe To Release Flash Player 11 And Air 3

Adobe To Release Flash Player 11 And Air 3

Adobe Systems has launched Flash Player 11 and Adobe AIR 3, enabling 3D games over the Internet to nearly all PCs and many other devices. Adobe is finally enabling 3D games inside its Flash media player and its Adobe Air software coming in October. The new features in Flash and Air enable a wide variety of special effects and now developers will be able to animate millions of objects in a 3D scene with smooth 60 frames per second animations………………..

By On September 21, 2011 Respond
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Apple Leads Mobile Browser Market With Safari

Apple Leads Mobile Browser Market With Safari

Apple’s Safari accounted for 53 percent of web browser usage on mobile devices and tablets in August, more than 30 percentage points ahead of the nearest competitor Opera Mini. Much of the success of mobile Safari can be attributed to the popularity of the iPad and recent studies show that most people with an iPad use it primarily as a web browser. It’s so popular as a browser that the iPad grabs 25% of US mobile browser market and 2% of the overall browser market, on the otherside Android has yet to produce a competitive tablet and most measurable web browsing activity is coming from smartphones. Smartphones are convenient for occasional searching on the go and the smaller screen is not designed for extended browsing sessions……………

By On September 3, 2011 Respond
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Google’s Chrome OS Has Bugs

Google’s Chrome OS Has Bugs

Researchers find flaws in Google Chrome OS systems and this flaws could undermine Google’s focus on security of Chrome-powered devices. Google responded to the news of the flaw in rapid fashion and fixed it, but the WhiteHat Security researcher found other instances of the same flaw in other applications soon after. Google Chrome OS gives extensions sweeping rights to access data stored on the cloud and the trusted extensions would be trusting another website, it means Google has to clamp down on extensions………..

By On July 2, 2011 Respond
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You Need NYPost iPad App For Visit New York Post

You Need NYPost iPad App For Visit New York Post

New York Post blocks iPad access through Safari browser, it gives a link to the NYPost App. The New York Post will be prompted to download the iOS app, which requires signing up for a subscription starting at $6.99 on a month-to-month basis and $1.99 to download and gets the customer 30 days of access; $39.99 for six months or $74.99 for a year……….

By On June 20, 2011 Respond
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Adobe Air End Support For Linux

Adobe Air End Support For Linux

Adobe has decided to end official support for the Linux version of Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR) owing to the limited popularity of Linux as a desktop operating system and no signs that it will become more popular in the future and AIR 2.6 incidentally was the last release of the platform for desktop version of Linux. AIR allows programmers to create cross platform applications and a host of popular apps are built around the adobe runtime environment, including Tweetdeck, iPlayer and more. Analysts believe that it makes more sense for Adobe to focus on Google’s Android OS and iOS which are steadily increasing their market share and Linux has only gained about a percent of market share in that time, so it’s no surprise that a sliver of PC users are no longer a priority……….

By On June 18, 2011 1 Response
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Google Chrome Will Encrypt Gmail

Google Chrome Will Encrypt Gmail

Apparently Gmail has been a rather favorite target for hackers especially from China so what Google did was to start encrypting Gmail through the Chrome web browsers and https in your address bar in the Chrome browser it means that your Gmail is safe from outside eyes trying to take a peek into your inbox. However you access to http://gmail.com it will lead you to the unencrypted version 0f Gmail, but that’s assuming you’re not reading your emails through the Chrome browser…………

By On June 16, 2011 Respond
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Download Google Chrome 12

Download Google Chrome 12

The latest version of Google’s web browser, Google Chrome has finally graduated from the beta channel into the stable channel and has been pushed out to Chrome users all over the world and Chrome 12 looks to be better than ever. Improvements in security are due to enhancements to Safe Browsing that protects users from malware and phishing websites, and also warns you before you download some types of malicious files, an perform all this without having to know the URLs you visit or files you download………..

By On June 9, 2011 Respond
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Google Phasing Out Support For Older Browsers

Google Phasing Out Support For Older Browsers

Google has announced that it will be phasing out support for older browsers beginning August 1 and it will start with the loss of certain features, but it will eventually turn into loss of those web services altogether. Google wants to take full advantage of HTML5 technology and older browsers such as Internet Explorer 7, Safari 3, Firefox 3.5 and their predecessors just don’t have the capability to do so…………

By On June 4, 2011 Respond
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Download Opera Mobile 11 and Mini 6

Download Opera Mobile 11 and Mini 6

Opera has released Opera Mobile 11 and its Mini 6 browser which are now available on most mobile platforms excluding Apple iOS devices. Both Mobile and Mini have had their user interfaces touched up, modernized, and enhanced for use on tablet devices. Both have also added social networking integration for fast sharing of URLs as you browse.

By On March 22, 2011 Respond
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Firefox 4 Final Version Will Be Release On March 22nd

Firefox 4 Final Version Will Be Release On March 22nd

A week ago Firefox 4 RC (release Candidate) was released. And now there is a confirmed date of March 22 for the final version to drop. Competitive pressures from Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 9 and Google’s steady stream of Chrome updates appear to be driving the push to finish Firefox 4 and avoid losing more browser market share.

By On March 17, 2011 Respond
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Download Internet Explorer 9 Final Version

Download Internet Explorer 9 Final Version

At last Microsoft has released Final Version of Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) for public. You can now download it from the Beauty of the Web site. The Redmond Tech giant is confident that IE9 graphics handling, security and privacy features put it on an even footing with Firefox, Chrome, Safari and others.

By On March 15, 2011 Respond
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Internet Explorer 9 Is Expected To Be Available From 14th March

Internet Explorer 9 Is Expected To Be Available From 14th March

According to a source Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has confirmed that the company plans to launch Internet Explorer 9 “in the next month or so.” He said the following during a developers day at Microsoft Switzerland on Wednesday, “There’s a lot of great things going on broadly, enhancements that we’ve made, not only in Windows but Internet Explorer 9 which will be available here in the next month or so.” he added Internet Explorer 9 is a “great piece of work” and that “it will be the best browser…that you’ve ever used.”

By On February 20, 2011 Respond
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