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PUBLISHED: JANUARY 28, 2015
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...that some critics have called it, but YouTube announced Tuesday that it will now default to the HTML5 video player instead of Flash. The change will apply to viewers using Chrome Internet Explorer 11, Safari 8 and beta versions of Firefox. YouTube Engineering Manager Richard Leider made the announcement in a post on the YouTube Engineering ...
PUBLISHED: JANUARY 26, 2015
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...Ludwig said that using an alternative browser that's updated via Google Play is one way to keep an older Android device out of harm's way. Options along those lines include Chrome which is supported on Android 4.0 and later versions, and Firefox, which supports Android 2.3 and later. "With the advances in Android 4.4, the number of ...
PUBLISHED: JANUARY 23, 2015
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...for the other until next week. The unresolved vulnerability targets users running Windows 8 or earlier versions of the OS and either Internet Explorer or Firefox. Chrome users and people with Windows 8.1 are not at risk, according to the Internet Storm Center. Adobe describes the unresolved security problem as a critical vulnerability. The yet-to-be-patched vulnerability ...
PUBLISHED: JANUARY 22, 2015
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What part of your tech life doesn't Google want to own? While the search giant already has master-of-the-universe ambitions in Internet service (Google Fiber), operating systems (Android and Chrome geo services (Google Earth) and even space (through this week's $1 billion investment in SpaceX), it's apparently looking for even greater influence in mobile communications by becoming a cellphone ...
PUBLISHED: JANUARY 21, 2015
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...and manage these new platforms cost-effectively, quickly and securely, so the emphasis stays on student success." Acer and Samsung were the first companies to begin manufacturing Chromebooks after the notebook technology was unveiled by Google in 2011. Running Google's Chrome OS and using cloud-based apps and data, the quick-to-boot and relatively inexpensive devices with long-lasting battery ...
PUBLISHED: JANUARY 15, 2015
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... First offered in beta testing last October, Firefox Hello works with any WebRTC-enabled (RTC stands for "real-time communication") browser. That means it is supported by Chrome and Opera as well as by Firefox. Here's how it works: Users start by clicking a smiley Hello icon (found either on the Firefox menu ...
PUBLISHED: JANUARY 14, 2015
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...for Windows and Macintosh should update to the latest version. Similarly, users of the Adobe Flash Player Extended Support Release, Adobe Flash Player for Linux, Adobe Flash Player for the Chrome browser and Internet Explorer, Adobe AIR desktop runtime, Adobe AIR SDK, Adobe AIR SDK and Compiler, and Adobe Air for Android should also update to the latest versions of ...
PUBLISHED: JANUARY 12, 2015
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...Google has been rolling out improvements to its translation abilities for years. Users already have the ability to view automatic translations of Web sites written in other languages on Google’s Chrome Web browser. And its Google Translate page has given users the ability to type in text from dozens of languages and get translations almost instantly. ...
PUBLISHED: JANUARY 9, 2015
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... Designed to offer a totally different browsing experience from Internet Explorer, Spartan -- not yet confirmed as the official name -- is being touted as a more lightweight, Chrome or Firefox-like browser. However, it will, like IE, be built using the Chakra JavaScript engine and Trident rendering engine, so will be able to display older, IE-specific Web pages ...
PUBLISHED: JANUARY 8, 2015
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...trying different software: While Microsoft promises to release an improved version of its ubiquitous Windows operating system this summer, several leading PC makers are selling low-cost laptops that run Google's Chrome instead. "The industry has to figure out how to cater to the different desires of individuals, and not treat them as one big, monolithic market," says ...
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NETWORK SECURITY SPOTLIGHT
China has laid down some new rules requiring foreign firms to hand over proprietary source code and adhere to its encryption algorithms. U.S. businesses want "urgent discussions" on the new regs.
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