As we all know, Microsoft’s Windows 8 will have a heavy focus on touch interfaces. A launch of this new operating system wouldn’t be complete without a flagship tablet to go with it.
On Monday, Microsoft announced their new “Surface” tablets at an event in Los Angeles .
Do you use Firefox’s Live Bookmarks RSS feature? Live bookmarks creates a folder of links and updates it with links to the latest posts in an RSS feed. This RSS feature has also been implemented into other browsers like Internet Explorer. If you switched to Google Chrome, you might miss this feature, especially if you only subscribe to a few feeds and have no need for a full RSS reader like Google Reader.
This extension brings this Firefox feature to Google Chrome.
Do you own a jailbroken iPad 2 or iPhone 4S running iOS 5? If so, you’re probably holding off on the upgrade to iOS 5.1. Or do you own the new iPad (3rd generation)and want to jailbreak the device?
The famous Greenpois0n team has just announced the release of the much-anticipated Absinthe 2.0, which allows for an untethered jailbreak of all devices running iOS 5.1, including A5(X) devices.
Ever closed an app or folder accidentally? Browsers have a recently closed tabs list as well as a shortcut key to quickly open recently closed tabs. However, while Windows does provide a Recent Files list, it’s not always easy to access, it’s for files only (not apps), and there are no shortcut keys.
UndoClose for Windows adds hotkeys to open the most recently closed apps and folders and also provides an easy to use list of recently closed apps and folders.
With the steadily rising popularity of Chrome, the long expected overtake of Internet Explorer by Google Chrome has finally happened last week, according to the data from StatCounter. These statistics also show the slight downfall of Mozilla Firefox, once the second most popular browser in the world.
These statistics are only according to one source, but there is no doubt that Chrome is rapidly gaining market share.
Is a website restricting access based on your browser? Do you want to view what a site looks like on a mobile device? Many sites detect the visitor’s browser based on the user agent, which is sent to the site’s server with each page request. This user agent contains information such as your operating system, web browser, and browser version.
To bypass browser-based restrictions, this user agent would need to be spoofed. Here are instructions on doing so without the help of any extensions in Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, Opera, and Safari.
Just how large is Apple? We previously shared an infographic depicting the size of the internet giant, Google, but what about Apple? 15 years ago (pre-Jobs era), the company was just a few weeks from bankruptcy. Today, it is the most valuable company in the world.
This is an infographic depicting just how large Apple’s business is.