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Last week a new report came out about the most popular internet browsers. Yes, I know I covered this topic a few months ago, but this new report made it seem like a good time to bring it up again. According to the Wall Street Journal, the report says that Google’s Chrome browser has overtaken…

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Last week an article was floating around the Internet that claimed, via an “official” study, that people who used Internet Explorer were dumber than those that used other browsers to surf the internet. I saw the story as reported by CNN. It turns out though that the report was a fake. A new article yesterday speaks about…

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With about 20% of the global browser market, a strong brand and a huge developer ecosystem, it’s easy to forget that Firefox is only five years ago. Firefox 1.0 was in November 2004 by the Mozilla Foundation, and it’s grown from the little browser that could to a worldwide phenomena with more than 330 million…

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Ever since e-mail emerged as a mainstream communications tool, there has been a battle to control the inbox. Even the most disciplined people have trouble managing the ever-growing number of e-mail messages flowing into their inboxes. Unfortunately, the problem is getting worse as social networks create entirely new inboxes replete with updates and private messages…

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