Goodbye Internet Explorer, Hello Project Titan

It hasn’t been a secret but now its official, Internet Explorer; the worlds most hated web browser is going to be replaced in Windows 10. Microsoft hasn’t decided on a new name for thier IE replacement but internally and on tech blogs it has been code-named “Project Titan”. “We’re now researching what the new brand, […]

Jamaica to be Included in World’s Largest Study of Web Impact for First Time

The World Wide Web Foundation, established by Web Inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee, has today unveiled plans for its 2013 Web Index, with Jamaica included for the first time. The Web Index – which will be released on 22 November 2013 – is the world’s first measure of how the Web empowers people and delivers socio-economic […]

Opera Mini Browser continues to be Growing Strong as smartphone Growth marches forward

Remember the Opera Mini Browser? That plucky Browser is the reason why many persons who had their Blackberries clung to them, as it made browsing possible on Blackberry. Now news from the Norwegian Browser maker indicates that they’re still Growing Strong like House Tyrell from Game of Thrones even in the smartphone world. Take a […]

How to Use your custom Domain Name with Outlook.com

Normally when you sign up for an online email service such as Outlook.com or Gmail.com, your email address points to the domain name of the email provider. So if you sign up for a Gmail email account your email address is displayed as yourname@gmail.com, or whatever the domain is of your email provider. Normally this […]

How to reset the default Search Engine in Mozilla Firefox

Mozilla Firefox’s become my fave Web Browser ever since I’ve bespoken of the coming demise of the Computer and Laptop at the hands of Tablets in the article How the Apple iPad killed Ultrabooks, Printing and the Mouse as the World Rediscovers Tablets. This as despite PC’s and Laptop’s coming demise, for the many who […]

Google shows off Jam with Chrome

Because all geeks dream of being musical stars Google has revealed Jame with Chrome, an interesting experiment that allows Google Chrome users to visit a specific website and play up to 19 different instruments together. Powered by technologies such as HTML5, CSS3, Google Cloud Platform and the Go programming language – Jam with Chrome makes for an […]

Google releases revamped Chromebooks and ChromeBox empowering Mobile Computing in the Clouds

Google has released revamped versions of its Chromebooks that were first reported on Geezam by Kelroy in Chrome OS and Chromebook – Simplicity, Security and Speed. The more recent updates announced now include better hardware for the 17.1” Chromebook priced at US$449.00. There is also (new-ness alert!!) an alternative PC version, called the ChromeBox, rolling in […]