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Google Speeds Up JavaScript Load Times In Latest Version Of Chrome

03/18/2015, While Google Chrome isn’t the world’s fastest browser, it is still pretty fast compared to some of its competitors out there. However Google thinks that Chrome could still be faster as they have recently announced an update to Chrome in which it will...

Bing Distill Is Microsoft’s Answer To Yahoo Answers

03/17/2015, We all have questions we’d like to have answered and doing a quick search on the internet sometimes takes us to websites like Yahoo Answers where questions are asked and answered by the community. Sometimes it’s helpful, sometimes it’s not, but for...

Microsoft To Kill Off The Internet Explorer Brand

03/17/2015, The Internet Explorer name is synonymous with web browsers that are provided to users on Microsoft’s Windows operating system. It has been around for a very long time but it looks like Microsoft has decided to retire that branding once and for all. The...

Google Urging Firefox Users To Dump Yahoo Search In Its Favor

03/16/2015, Google runs the world’s number one online search engine. Its lead has not been challenged yet by any rival. Though recently Google’s market share dropped below 75 percent for the first time since 2008. That was the result of Mozilla dumping...

YouTube Is Replacing Annotations With Cards

03/16/2015, Video creators can easily add clickable text to their videos on YouTube using annotations. This allows them to redirect their viewers to other videos, provide additional information or simply increase engagement. It’s a handy feature that is now...

New Safari Extension Lets You Enjoy Beats Music Without Flash

03/16/2015, If you’re not a fan of the Adobe Flash platform, you will be pleased to learn that a new Safari extension has been released that will allow OS X owners to enjoy Beats Music via the web player version of Beats Music without having to rely on Flash....

Yahoo Wants To Do Away With Traditional Passwords

03/16/2015, Passwords can be guessed and they can be hacked, which is why more companies are turning to two-factor authentication as a means to increase security to websites and services. However despite two-factor authentication being one of the ways of remaining...

YouTube Rumored To Launch A Subscription Video Service

03/15/2015, If a new rumor is to be believed YouTube may soon put more content behind a paywall. Recently the company launched YouTube Music Key which is a $7.99 per month subscription service that offers ad-free access to selected music videos as well as streaming...

YouTube Now Supports 360-degree Video Uploads

03/13/2015, When it comes to videos, most of time we’re subjected to the whims of the person behind the camera and the director, only allowing us to see what they want us to see. We suppose this is pretty standard and to be expected, but if you’d rather have the...

NYPD Caught Sanitizing Police Brutality Wikipedia Entries

03/13/2015, One of the great things about Wikipedia is that it is open to anyone to edit, thus making it a great resource for all kinds of information and for the information to be updated when things change (it also makes it unviable to be cited in college essays,...

YouTube 360-Degree Videos Are Coming Soon

03/12/2015, YouTube is the largest video site in the world and soon it is quite literally going to surround you. The site has plans to add support for 360-degree videos which would allow the viewer to see the entire point-of-view around the shooter. There might not...

New Chrome Extension Brings Classic Art Pieces To Every Tab

03/12/2015, Opening up a new tab in Chrome usually takes you to the home page or whatever page you have set it at. Sometimes the page is functional in the sense that you can always use it, like to display news or the weather, but sometimes some people choose to leave...

Facebook Removes ‘Feeling Fat’ Status Emoticon

03/11/2015, Facebook allows its users to select various feelings and activities from a list when they can then attach to their status updates. The list is pretty lengthy and has all kinds options that range from watching movies, playing sports, reading and more. The...

Samsung Milk Music Gets A Web Player On Its Anniversary

03/09/2015, It has been precisely one year since Samsung launched its streaming radio service, Milk Music, which has only been available through the company’s devices up till now. A few months after its launch Samsung introduced a premium subscription tier and...