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The safer way to Search – Hulbee.com

Posted by Saksham Garg

Hulbee AG has launched a search engine which offers guaranteed data integrity and innovative technologies. In a world where we encounter the words snooping, spying, NSA, privacy invasion etc on a regular basis, Hulbee.com provides a secure alternative

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And Here Comes Firefox 39

Posted by Sakshi Wagh

Mozilla has released Firefox 39, squishing four major bugs and adding the new features first seen in the recent beta versions. With this release, OS X and Linux versions of Firefox finally received support for SafeBrowsing, which helps users identify if a download is malware.

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Internet.org: What The Buzz Is All About?

Posted by Shantanu Saxena

What happens when the youngest billionaire in the world and the top minds of six other tech companies come together? Yes! of course they sip Champaign, but what else? They come up with crazy ideas and then decide to put their R&D teams to work and try to make that idea into a world class product.

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Ctrl+Z

Posted by Himanshi Gupta

Emails are one of the most widely used features of Internet today, along with the web. Mistakes can even be email blunders. And the most often witnessed email blunder we all have made atleast once in our lives is sending an email to a wrong person or sending a wrong email to a particular person, sounds & feels bad in either way.

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10 ways in which DuckDuckGo beats Google!

Posted by Saksham Garg

You read all about the search engine DuckDuckGo and how it was different from others. Let’s now take a look at some of the features which are exclusive to DDG and are missing in Google.

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Ready, Set, DuckDuckGo!

Posted by Saksham Garg

DuckDuckGo is a search engine just like Google or Bing, yet it stands out from the rest in many ways. According to Gabriel Weinberg, CEO of DuckDuckGo, it’s ‘a search engine that focuses on smarter answers, less clutter*, and real privacy’.

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Vivaldi Browser : A Look at Opera’s Successor

Posted by Rishabh Jain

Opera browser did a lot for its users, the speed-dial was its trademark, the performance was fantastic and it had a lot of features ahead of its name like a built-in mail client, a built-in note taking. Von Tetzchner ,(former co-founder and CEO of Opera) the founder of Vivaldi Technologies thinks that money should be made what he sees as Opera’s missteps.

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Evolution of the Web : WEB 3.0

Posted by Saksham Garg

As Tim Berners-Lee explained in his TED TALK, this system of Web would work on the principle of ‘Every one contributes their little bit to the internet, which would result in a very detailed data base’.

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Welcome Microsoft Edge, Goodbye Internet Explorer!

Posted by Saksham Garg

Internet Explorer has been around since 1995, spanning over two decades and 11 versions. A very popular web browser earlier, it slowly fell behind in competition to other browsers like Chrome and Mozilla. It regained its popularity in the past few years, but only as the butt of Internet jokes* and memes.

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Tornado: Quick Web Designing

Posted by Sakshi Wagh

Originally developed at FriendFeed, Tornado is an asynchronous networking library. It is able to scale up to tens of thousands of open connections with the help of its non-blocking network I/O.

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