Get Visual Search Results with Yahoo! Axis Browser Extension/Addon


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Perhaps your not a fan of the standard view you get of a web search, and your interested in a more visual experience, well to that end you might want to check out the Yahoo! Axis extension for most major browsers which allows you to see a Visual set of results which may be more preferable to you, for more check out Yahoo! Axis Extension/Addon.

Firefox Aurora 14 Changes the way Plugins work and More!


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This is a icon for Firefox Web Browser. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

If your a user of the web browser Mozilla Firefox, and haven’t seen anything that’s going on in the Aurora channel, you’ll be happy to note that in a upcoming update to Firefox, you’ll see an improved location bar, small UI improvements, a new Click-to-Play plugin system, among other changes, for more of whats happening on the Aurora Channel of Firefox, check out this article HERE.

Open a Tab in a New Browser using Switch for your Mac Desktop


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Perhaps you like to open up certain sites within a specific browser, and you want to do that from within another browser lets say open a new site from Chrome to be viewed in Safari, then you might want to check out the program Switch for your Mac Desktop which can accomplish this type of functionality for you, for more check out Switch for Mac Desktop.

Free Memory Used by Google Chrome using the TabMemFree Extension


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When it comes to Google Chrome using your system memory, you probably noticed that once you have a few tabs going, things get a bit slower, and that’s likely due to the fact that each tab takes up a certain amount of memory, but you can now free some of the memory Chrome uses on tabs your not currently using by employing the Google Chrome Extension TabMemFree.

Voice Control Added to Dolphin Browser for Android


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If you use Dolphin Browser for Android or was looking for a Browser alternative on your Android device, then you might want to check out Dolphin Browser because today’s update of the program provides Voice Control, making the free program even more useful for more check out Dolphin Browser for Android.

 

2SendTab allows you to share Tabs between your Desktop Browser and Android Device


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When it comes to sending a tab from your desktop browser to your Android browser you might not have that many options, especially with Mozilla Firefox Sync feature broken, but if you want to still have this ability and not be limited by device or browser then you might want to consider the Android app, 2SendTab.

Chrome for Android is out for Ice Cream Sandwich Devices


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If you’ve been among those people waiting to see Chrome have a Android version, then the wait is over somewhat because Google Chrome for Android has been released in a Beta version, but it is only for Android device running Ice Cream Sandwich, which means less than 5% of Android users can make use of the program thus far, but I’m pretty sure that will change in the future, for more check out Chrome Beta for Android OS Ice Cream Sandwich.

fPrivacy for Google Chrome is an Addon for Controlling FB Apps


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These days you hear much about Facebook based attacks, and to that end you might want to make sure the programs you use on or with Facebook aren’t in some way compromising you, and you might want to check out the Google Chrome extension fPrivacy.

Sheepish for Google Chrome Stops Websites from Tracking You


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You probably heard that Websites track your every move and click, and you have always dreamed of a way to stop websites you go to from tracking your movements, and now you can by using the Google Chrome extension Sheepish.

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