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Google is reportedly blocking certain older browsers from seeing the latest version of its search engine. A weekend complaint on Google’s product forums from someone using Opera 12 (the current version is 23) and seeing an older version of Google Search, elicited a response from a Google engineer stating that this “isn’t a bug, it’s working as intended.” As the… 49 more words

Basic features that are missing in browsers

With advent of web2.0, the software world has rapidly changed. Native apps have become obsolete and everything works using a web interface. In fact, some computers (like Chrome OS based) are being designed purely for web browsing. 54 more words


Mozilla launches browser ads for Firefox

Mozilla just rolled out the latest feature for its Firefox nightly build. The new-browser tab now sports sponsored tiles, which act as a quick way to access a combination of ads and popular content. 186 more words


Browsers: Are you using the right one?

Today I am discussing browsers and which one would be the best for you! The three browsers in question are Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Internet Explorer. 326 more words


Bits and Pieces 17

At various times you’ll see modern Judaizers. After two millennia they are still at it, trying to drag Christians back under the Talmud. They don’t like the academic label “Judaizers” and claim various other terms, but it changes nothing. 535 more words


If You're Having Blackboard Problems

Another random hint from the list!

We actually sent this out after we did the July 4th upgrades but whenever we have a ‘bad day’ (umm… sorry, like yesterday was), you need to go back and clear the cache on your browser. 156 more words


Opera Mini To Become Default Browser For Low-End Microsoft Handsets

Opera Software has signed a licensing agreement with Microsoft which will make Opera Mini the default web browser for its low-end mobile devices. The browser will soon be replacing the Nokia Xpress Browser that is the current default browser on these handsets. 187 more words

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