YouTube has support for almost all types of popular video formats now: HD, 4K, 3D and 360. However, YouTube does not allow you to set a default setting to play videos in either format. For people with fast Internet connections, this is a let down as more often than not, they have to manually update(…)
4K displays on phones, tablets and TVs are all the rage nowadays but sadly, there is not enough content to enjoy in ultra high definition. YouTube has been quick to support 4K videos though since some time. Now, through TestTube, it has rolled out experimental support for 60 frames per second 4K videos along with(…)
Safari on Mac is a speedy and efficient browser but it lacks some very useful features that Google Chrome users love. Simple features such as automatic translation, quick tab restore, website favicons and much more are simply not available as part of Safari but thanks to extensions, the experience can be enhanced, while keeping the(…)
Google has announced the roll out of a new Google Contacts Preview with material design, new contact cards and recent conversations view across email and hangouts.
Mozilla has released Firefox 36 for Windows, Mac and Linux with support for the new HTTP/2 standard and various performance and bug fixes.
Responsive design is all the craze nowadays. In case you don’t know, responsive design is a website theme/layout that adapts to different screen sizes with just one code base, instead of different ones for each size. Websites such as yours truly, Mashable, ReadWriteWeb, TheNextWeb have responsive designs so you can simply resize this browser window ((…)
The social media giant, Facebook, has announced today that it has now reached one billion active users milestone who are “actively” spending time on the website. The company achieved the milestone on September 14 at 12:45 PM PST. Facebook also announced that it now 600 million mobile users. This also means that one-seventh of the(…)
Mozilla might be there on all major desktop platforms out there like Windows, OS X and Linux along with mobile platforms such as Android but it has yet to make a dent on iOS. The reason being that Apple doesn’t allow third party browsers to use their own rendering engines. Call it anticompetitive or not,(…)
Apple introduced the personal hotspot capability in iOS 4 for iPhone but due to carrier’s stubborn ness, they don’t allow this due to reasons that would never make sense to us. With fast Internet speeds, tethering connections with other devices is a big usage demand since, well, if you pay for Internet, you should be(…)