Have you found an interesting website that you want to keep track of or constantly refer back to while browsing the web? Yesterday, we showed you how to split your content area into multiple tabs in Firefox so you can browse multiple sites at once. Today, let’s do the same, but in Google Chrome.
An extension called ChromeSplits should be able to do the job.
Have you ever found an interesting website that you want to keep track of while you browse for other things on the web? Or perhaps you want to always see your online calendar without having to open another app? How about comparing multiple websites?
If you’re running Firefox, an add-on called Tile Tabs can help with that.
I have been using the Google Chrome Cr-48 Notebook for about two months now as my primary travel computer. In many ways I enjoy using it a lot, but in other ways, it’s becoming annoying. Here is a list explaining the things I love about the Cr-48, as well as the things I hate.
It’s April 1st and that means it’s April Fools. It’s a day where everyone plays fun pranks on each other and sites all over the internet are no different.
Here is a round up of some pranks that I thought were really great this year.
Groupon Acquires April Fools Day
Groupon has announced that they …
Are you using Google Sites? Ever wanted to migrate to full featured web hosting without the limitations of basic site builders but didn’t want to leave Google? Well, now you can because in an exclusive interview, Google has announced that they are planning to launch their own web hosting services.
This is just another step …
Are you reading the New York Times online? Are you now getting a message saying that you reached your monthly free article limit? A week ago, we explained the various loopholes in the paywall system that the New York Times has announced. Today is March 28th and that means the system is live today.
Are you using Google Chrome? The newest kid on the block, released only 2.5 years ago, already holds over 17% market share (according to StatCounter) and shows no sign of slowing down.
At the same time however, the market share of Internet Explorer, which once held 90% of the market, is going in the opposite …
Are you a user of the popular Firefox web browser? After 12 betas, 2 release candidates, and over 8 months since the first public beta, the final version of Firefox 4.0 is finally released.
There are too many new features to go over all of them, so here is a first look at what I …