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Why I Switched Back to Firefox

As an alternative to Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox once reigned supreme. Over the past couple of years, however, Google Chrome has risen to claim its spot. Firefox had become more bloated, slower and less innovative. Someone at Mozilla finally realized

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Ubuntu Phones, Steam Boxes and FireChrome

I spent most of January sick, and I am not entirely sure that it is completely gone. Still, I feel well enough to write again, and there are a few hot topics that I would like to address. 1. Ubuntu

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Web Development – Where to Start

Web traffic continues to increase daily. With almost 250 million American users alone, plus quickly expanding Internet accessibility in foreign countries, a huge target market exists for any website. Whether for a business, a hobby, a professional resume, or anything

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Netflix Looking to Hire HTML5 Expert

I was doing a Google search for HTML 5 video, and an ad came up for Netflix jobs.  I hardly ever click on ads, but I was curious to see what the connection was.  Sure enough, Netflix has a job

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Is H.264 Really Like English?

Since Google announced that it is dropping the H.264 codec from its browser, we have seen just about every possible reaction, from praise to contempt.  None, however, were more amusing than Microsoft’s response, which likened Google’s abandoning H.264 to a

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Honeycomb, Google’s New Android for Tablets

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPUGNCIozp0 Those hardware manufacturers who rushed to push out Android-based tablets should have just waited.  At CES this week, Google unveiled Honeycomb, their latest Android version that is particularly designed for devices “with large screens”, and by large, they mean

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New Google Goodies: Web Store and Chrome OS

Yesterday, Google once again impressed its captive audience at the Google Chrome live event. Google is making the Chrome browser faster, easier to use, and more integrated with the user’s system with each new release. Among the new features will

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Microsoft Security Credentials Revoked

I was writing an article that had a section about Windows Media Center, and I came across this error when searching their site on Google: “This means that the security credentials of the server presented absolutely should not be trusted.”

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The Year of the Linux Desktop Mobile Phone

Since its creation, over fifteen years ago, free software and open source advocates have longed for the day when masses of people around the world would adopt GNU/Linux or Linux (depending on who you ask). There is little doubt that

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