While Sleipnir has been around for a long time, the latest version of the browser has a different approach to browsing the web when compared to the competition. Let check it out.
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Despite the fact that fiber is amazingly fast, it’s not necessarily delivering the Internet speed it promises. Check out the reasons why is this so.
Do you know that for your Gmail account, there are two different email addresses that can reach your inbox? Here are some ways to make good use of them.
To make sure you have a secure password, LastPass comes with a security audit feature that allows you to know the strength of your overall passwords. Let check it out.
You are probably not aware that Flash has an “Rosetta” exploit. Here is what you need to know about Rosetta Flash exploit and what you can do about it.
There was a time when any advancement in technology seemed like a good thing, but is it too much of a good thing?
If you don’t have an image editing software on your desktop and you have no intention to install one, you can edit your pictures online, for free
Pop-up ads are annoying. If you are one of those who hate pop-up ads, here is the method to block pop-up windows in the various browsers.
If you have missed the action of World Cup because you don’t have a TV subscription, here are some ways to watch World Cup 2014 live on iPhone, iPad, Android and Web.
Facebook is selling your search history to help advertisers better target you with specific products. If you are worried about your privacy, here’s how to opt out.
If you are not able to watch a match in World Cup, you can simply search for it in Google to view the World Cup video highlights and match stats.
Most XSS attacks are preventable by the potential victim. It is your responsibility to arm yourself against any threat lest you become a victim.
It is easy to add the World Cup 2014 schedule to Google Calendar so you can keep track of your favorite matches. Here’s how you can do so.
Even after you’ve cleared your browser’s cookies, or even disable them entirely, companies are still able to get hold of your browser history. Here’s how.
The World Cup stars this week, and there are so many different ways to watch. How will you watch your favorite World Cup match?
There are times when you forgot to log out of Gmail, Facebook or LinkedIn on a browser. Here’s how you can logout from Gmail and Facebook remotely.
This year is the year of World Cup. For those who can’t catch it on TV, here are some of the ways to watch World Cup online, be it on your desktop, phone or tablet.
If you want to keep your files safe while synchronizing them between computers, Syncthing is a good alternative for Dropbox that you can use.