Chrome Will Soon Start Pointing Out Websites That Load Slowly

There are a lot of things to consider when building a website. It’s not always about having the best design or even about having the best content, because other factors are also taken into consideration where things like loading time matters too. This is because if you have an amazing design and fantastic content, but your website takes too long to load, people might simply give up and go somewhere […]


Google Wants To Take Its Search And Apply It To Patient Records

While Google might be known for many different products and services these days, like Android, YouTube, Gmail, and so on, what made the company so popular and is still widely used today would be its search engine. It has evolved over the years to become even better and smarter than before.


Researchers Create A Battery Better At Storing Renewable Energy

Due to the fact that renewable energy sources aren’t always consistent or available (like the sun or the wind), it means that in order to make full use of them, we need to capture the energy they generate and store it in batteries. These batteries are known as flow batteries where the energy capture is stored in a tank of liquid electrolyte.


How To Combine PDF Files For Free

If you have a need to combine and merge multiple PDF files into a single PDF file, there are many ways to go about it, but here we show you how you can actually go about combining PDF files for free.


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Disney Plus To Expand To More Countries In March 2020

While streaming services are exciting, the problem is that in terms of availability, they can be limited. Take for example with Hulu, the service is still not available in many parts of the world, leaving some users frustrated and turning to piracy in order to watch certain shows. However, Disney seems to be working to prevent that from happening.


Twitter Now Lets Users Follow Their Favorite Topics

Twitter lets you follow users where you can get updates based on their tweets. However, not everyone posts things that you might be interested in, in which it would then be easier to try and sort news and topics through hashtags. However, the good news is that Twitter will be making some changes on that front.


China Imposes Gaming Curfew For Minors

Close to two decades ago, China recognized that gaming could potentially be addictive and as such, they decided to try and curb addiction by placing a ban on certain games and consoles. Eventually those bans got lifted, but it seems that China could be considering imposing new types of restrictions aimed at minors.


Saudi Government Reportedly Recruits Twitter Employees To Spy On Its Critics

Social media platforms like Twitter are rife with all kinds of user information, some of which is shared publicly, and some of which is private. If private, then accessing it would be pretty hard unless you’re a Twitter employee, which is what the Saudi Arabia government was counting on when they recruited a couple of Twitter employees to spy on their critics.


Firefox To Start Reducing The Number Of Notification Popups

We’re sure that all of us have encountered situations before where we visit a website only to get a notification prompts. This can come in a variety of ways, such as asking us if we want to share our location, enable alerts, and so on. This can be very annoying and the good news is that if you want to do away with these prompts, Firefox could be the answer.


Microsoft Unveils The Storage Medium Of The Future: Glass

Over the years, our storage medium has constantly shifted and evolved, where we would use huge magnetic tapes to backup data back in the day, before moving onto floppy disks, optical disks, and these days, flash storage seems to be a pretty popular medium. However, it seems that Microsoft might have come up with a new medium for the future in the form of glass.


Disney Plus Reportedly Has Over A Million Subscribers Already

Disney Plus has yet to be launched. The service is expected to go live in the middle of November, which is this month, but it seems that it could already be potentially off to a great start. This is according to data from Jumpshot, it has been suggested that the upcoming streaming service is said to have racked up over 1 million subscribers already.


Microsoft Japan Experiments With 3-Day Weekend, Sees A 40% Boost In Productivity

If you’ve ever wished for a 3-day weekend, know that you’re not alone. However, it seems that over in Japan, Microsoft experimented with such a concept, where employees were only required to come into work four days a week instead of five, giving them an extra day of rest. It turned out to be an excellent idea.


Huawei Trade Ban Exemptions To Be Granted Soon

As many of you might have heard by now, Huawei has been banned from doing business with companies in the US. However, a few months ago, the US government announced that they would be softening their stance and while Huawei will continue to remain on the government’s Entity List, they will be granted exemptions.


US Navy Could Be Making Our Sci-Fi Dreams Come True With Compact Fusion Reactor Patent

There are many forms of energy generation at the moment, but one of the ideal forms of energy generation that has been pursued by the scientific community comes in the form of nuclear fusion. This is because unlike nuclear fission, fusion, at least in theory, is thought to be safer. It is also thought to be cleaner as it does not produce any radioactive waste.