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More like Windows: How Android N targets the enterprise

Apple's iPhone and iPad have long ruled the enterprise, with high market shares in every survey. Apple's iOS devices were the first post-BlackBerry device to take enterprise security and management seriously, and Google was slow to follow suit in Android. But in recent years, Android has …

Now You Can Type in Google Docs by Speaking

Your fingers can take the rest of the day off, because Google just rolled out voice-typing features in Google Docs. It’s more than just a straight dictation feature, too. You can edit and stylize your written text with voice commands as well. The cool new feature only …

How To Install Zotero Connector in Chromium Browser

Actually, Zotero has full support in Mozilla Firefox. In Chromium browser (and Google Chrome), it has only Zotero Connector. Zotero Connector for Chromium is an extension to work with Zotero Stand Alone (or with the cloud Zotero server). It has no Zotero user interface like the …

Manage Service Workers in Firefox and Chrome

Chrome and Firefox provide users with options to manage registered Service Workers in the browser, including options to remove Service Workers from the browser. Service Workers are an up and coming feature supported by most modern browsers that enable sites and services to interact with the …

First Look at Brave Browser for Windows

Brendan Eich's new web browser Brave has finally been released as a preview for the Windows desktop. Initially released only for Apple's iOS platform, Brave is now also available for Windows, Linux, OS X and Android. Download links for all (but the Linux) version are provided …

Ghostery 6.0 for Firefox released

Ghostery 6.0 is an update of the popular tracker blocking extension for the Firefox web browser that introduces a redesigned interface and feature additions. Ghostery is a popular -- but also controversial -- browser extension for Firefox, Google Chrome and mobile operating systems that uses lists …

The Ultimate Guide to Ad Testing & Optimization

“How do my ads look?”, “What are the best ad sizes and locations for my site?”, “Can I get some opinions or advice on ad placements for mobile?” These are some of the most common questions asked by publishers who are trying to monetize their website, …

BYOPC: Getting Up and Running with Intel NUC

Arriving home from my recent trip, I was happy to see that the Intel NUC, RAM, and M.2 SSD storage card had arrived. As expected, putting these components together couldn’t have been easier. But installing and configuring Windows 10 was more of a challenge than anticipated. …

Mozilla brings WebVR closer to reality

Mozilla is offering this week the 1.0 release of its WebVR API proposal for displaying virtual reality content in the browser. The proposal features interfaces to VR hardware like sensors and head-mounted displays, aiding developers in building VR experiences, according to the editor's draft of WebVR. …

Review Of Makulu Linux Aero Edition

Introduction I last reviewed Makulu Linux back in May 2014 when it was still at version 6. I summed up my feelings towards Makulu Linux by stating that I can't wait for versions 7, 8 and 9 and that I had the warm glow with Makulu …