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August 18, 2010

Better Start Page for Chrome

I was looking into creating a start page portal that used facebook login, but before I got started a little research uncovered this little gem: If you’re a chrome user you’re going to love this!

From their Description:

Incredible StartPage is a productive start page replacement for Chrome. Put all your favorite bookmarks in a beautiful frame, and enjoy our handy features!

New in 0.9 – Notepad sync – Post notes to Google App accounts – More theme options, including using custom gradient as background – Bundled default wallpaper for faster loading – Recently closed tabs options

Features – Customizable color [...]

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May 20, 2010

How to bypass any web filter

In light of the recent ban of Facebook in Pakistan I’m going to show you how to bypass any web filter,

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May 12, 2010

Gmail adds Drag and Drop

Gmail has added the ability to “Drag and Drop” images IN to e-mails. A feature that has been lacking in all web based e-mail systems until now. You can also drag any other file to create an attachment.

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May 3, 2010

Which Web Browser is the Fastest?

The latest versions of the five major most web browsers (Firefox 3.5, Google Chrome 3, M$ IE 8, Opera 10, and Safari 4) were evaluated under six performance indicators: JavaScript rendering speed, CPU usage, DOM selection, CSS rendering speed, page load time, and browser cache performance. Each browser was tested three times under an unprimed cache (except for the browser cache performance), and their average value reported in the results. Check it out after the jump

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