Mada is that new company that emerged and rose to fame during last year’s bandwidth cap, promising to be the only cap-free company. I never bought these promises, and knew they were just using the situation to their advantage. Nevertheless my parents weren’t so happy with VIVA, and their land lines are old and can’t […]
Google Chrome is taking up the challenge against fired potato, sound waves, and lighting in speed, showing amazingly high rendering speeds in splits of a second. And for the geeks, this is the behind the scenes video. Now imagine if I do this same test here in Kuwait. Bake a toast Vs Google Chrome. That […]
For Chrome users, you may really like this tool to backup your Chrome profile, settings, bookmarks, and history, easily restorable then. Also useful if you use Chrome over multiple PCs. PS: If you have Google Chrome, play with this neat Gravity Experiment.
The number of times a day I find my self going to Google Translate or Googling for define: <word> is really amazing, and opening the page over and over is tedious as well. Leaving the tab open is a good way, but hey it will get lost soon in the middle of all the other […]
One day into the Pwn2Own hacking competition, and all 3 major browsers (IE, Firefox and Safari) have fallen down, leaving Google Chrome, with predicted 2% market share), standing on its own. Interesting notes are that Opera was not part of the competition, and the first one falling was, you bet, Safari! Later, the winning hacker […]
So Fennec 1.0 Beta 1 is finally released for the Maemo OS running on Nokia N810 Internet Tablet. The Firefox browser for mobiles brings I’m happy to same the same general features (and another hot logo) and concepts of a regular Firefox browser, with search engine plugins, awesome bar, and tabs and controls bar that […]