Advertisement tracking is pretty much a given in today’s world. Major networks like Google and Microsoft are serving advertisements on thousands of websites and they attempt to serve you relevant ads based on your browsing experience. But, you can stop the tracking and serving of personalised ads.
Big Brother is watching. And, if you’re on the insecure HTTP protocol then your browsing can be monitored. Although HTTPS has been around forever, many sites (including us) do not allow for browsing on HTTPS.
The Google Play store has several paid and free browsers for Android phones and tablets. Most phones come inbuilt with a browser. But, you have several options to choose from.
Opera announced today that they have crossed the 300m users mark. The browser has seen an increasing adoption amongst users across all its platforms. I’ve been using Opera for several years now at a time when it was ad-supported.
Opera has always been one of my favourite browers. It’s fast and they have steady update to valuations. It still needs to go a long way to get close to Chrome or Firefox in terms of add-on support, but it’s a good alternate browser, if you need one.
In September 2011, Yahoo! declared that they have no intentions of exiting the search world which is still dominated by Google. As part of that strategy, Yahoo!
Whenever you are online, there is one thing that you have to always be afraid about. Is somebody snooping? Today with progresses in technology, it is much easier to collect details from your computer, than it was a few years ago.
Time has become more important today than in previous centuries. When compared with our ancestors, it can be seen that we get things done quicker and have more time left at the end of the day; ironically however time has become more important to us than it was to them. As technology has advanced, we have gotten used to getting more things done in as little time as possible.
If you’re addicted to Farmville, Roller Coaster Kingdom or Cafe World, then you’ll love this FireFox addon. Flash Game Maximizer will allow you to maximize (almost) any Flash content to the entire browser window as the click of a button. The addon also recognises F12 as the key to maximise the flash content.
With todays internet climate being the snoop fest that it is, it’s becoming harder and harder to keep prying eyes away from your internet activites. To combat these packet spys people have anonymous software clients and websites through which you can browse and keep the snoops at bay. ItsHidden is a servive that I first thought would be just another anonymous surfing website to add to my list then I read further into the website’s blurb and found out that ItsHidden.
First, a short disclaimer: This post merely shows you a method. You alone are entirely responsible for what you use it for. There are times when we need to grab media like images, audio and sometimes even embedded video files from various sites.
The Mozilla team has released the latest version of Firefox, viz. 3.0.