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The Latest Features of Mozilla Firefox

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Firefox browser is a free and open source web browser developed for Linux, Microsoft Windows and OS X. Mozilla Foundation and Mozilla Corporation coordinate the web browser development. According to a recent report released by Net Applications titled Desktop Browser Market Share, Firefox boasts about 24% of global market share for web browsers. Furthermore, according…

5 Ways HTML5 Beats Native Apps on iPhones and Android

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When the Web Hypertext Application Technology (WHAT) Work Group felt disillusioned with the direction web applications in XHTML was taking, they decided to do something about it. In 2004, the group got together with other organizations including Mozilla, Apple, and Opera to work on HTML5, which was published in 2008 for the first time. A…

Drupal, WordPress and Joomla: The Ultimate CMS Face-off!

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Introduction WordPress, Drupal and Joomla are among most widely used content management systems (CMS) on the web today. As well as powering the popular free blogging site, WordPress is available as a stand-alone product that users can download from and run on their own webspace. Drupal and Joomla can also be downloaded from…

5 Security Threats Facing WordPress Users

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WordPress is one of the most widely used content management systems on the Internet today. Originally developed as a blogging platform, WordPress has been expanded into a comprehensive and versatile CMS that is used by everyone from major media companies and government agencies to individual bloggers. WordPress can be uploaded onto the user’s own webspace…

The Future of Moore’s Law in Chip Designs

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Moore’s Law takes its name from Gordon E. Moore, co-founder of Intel, who in 1965 estimated that the number of transistors on a processor would double every two years. This was later amended to 18 months. The uncanny accuracy of Moore’s Law is at least partly due to a self-fulfilling effect; it’s been used by…

Page Speed: How fast Is “fast enough” for Google?

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Today, the modern internet user is accustomed to high speed data connections and optimised website browsers, with online inquiries answered in milliseconds. Website speed has become a crucial factor given that Google incorporated it as one of the parameters for page ranking. This can also explain the recent rise in attention paid to page load…

What Small Businesses Should Learn From The Latest Google Panda Updates

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When Sergey Brin and Larry Page first sat down to develop Backrub, the precursor search engine to Google, they had no idea that one day in the future their project would become so successful that individuals would create Google ‘bombs’ to get listed on first page search results or that ‘content farms’ (a controversial term)…

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