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If you use the Google Chrome browser without using extensions, then sorry honey, but—ya basic. There is a veritable smorgasbord of software that can totally enhance your browsing experience. We’ve hand-picked 50 of what we think are some of the best Chrome extensions out there. Our alphabetical list has an emphasis on practicality and usefulness, but we’ve also included some more fun and light-hearted options. Up your productivity, improve your online time, and have a Google-themed giggle doing it. Here’s our mega-list of the coolest Google Chrome add-ons ever. The 50 best Chrome extensions 1) Amazon Assistant for Chrome Avid Amazon shoppers would be wise to get themselves hooked up with Amazon’s official browser extension. It will provide you with desktop notifications about orders, d
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Photo: GettyIn July, a committee for the European Parliament voted to move forward with new copyright legislation that would totally overhaul the way the internet works and threaten the existence of everything from encyclopedias to memes. On Wednesday, amendments will come up for a vote, and the future of the world wide web is at stake.The EU Copyright Directive was originally a much more timid set of reforms, said Julia Reda, a member of European Parliament from Germany. This past spring, the legislation became extremely controversial when Articles 11 and 13 were introduced. Critics say these two misguided proposals would stifle innovation, give more power to big monopolies, harm the flow of information, and generally turn the web into a pretty boring place. Over 70 of the most promin...
A NETMUMS user was left mortified after discovering her dad had accidentally posted his X-rated Google search on her Facebook page. Having shared an update on her social media page, the woman told how she received a notification that her father had commented on the post. Getty - Contributor The woman was mortified after discovering her dad's faux pas But on opening it up, she discovered he'd written "classic vintage porn UK" - and reckons he'd mistakenly copied and pasted his recent internet search. Writing on the parenting forum last week, she admitted she's feeling "a little awkward" - especially given she's seeing him next week. She explained: "Earlier today I posted something on Facebook, not long ago I received a notification (my dad had commented) so I opened it straight away. "Th
BIG TECH COMPANIES 1. Baidu in Hot Water After Hospital Mix-Up What: Baidu issued an apology on Sunday after it was revealed that searches for public hospitals affiliated with Shanghai’s prestigious Fudan University returned results for a private hospital instead. An expose by the state-owned broadcaster CCTV showed that several people went to the more expensive and less competent “Shanghai Fuda Hospital” instead of those affiliated with Fudan. Why it’s important: Baidu is the search engine that most people rely on in China, where Google has been blocked since 2010. Baidu has a market share of nearly 70%, according to web traffic tracker StatCounter. Big picture: Baidu has been fiercely criticized over the past two years for its weak vetting of health care advertisers, which are
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If you’ve plugged your URL into Google’s PageSpeed Insights within the last month, you’ll have noticed that it looks a little different. Where you used to receive a simple optimization score, your scores are now divided by platform and split into two scores, “Page Speed” and “Optimization.” The changes were made as a result of the new Speed Update launched July 9, 2018. Now, instead of relying on lab data, Google uses field data to measure site speed. By extracting information from the Chrome User Experience Report (CrUX) database, Google is able to discern how fast your average user finds your site. That means that even if your website is lightning-fast on your end, visitors with older smartphones might experience delays — which could impact your speed sco
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Facebook will face similar issues as it enters live sports streaming, he continued. The social network recently won the rights to show Premier League matches in certain Southeast Asian countries and La Liga matches in India for free â a development that highlights how digital platforms are increasingly eating into linear television's business. "Facebook will become a content player and a neutral platform ... this is a big problem," said Taplin, whose 2017 book "Move Fast and Break Things" explores the topic in further detail. The 71 year-old, who was once a tour manager for rock legends Bob Dylan and The Band, boasts a lengthy career in media, havi