Firefox Lite: Need to know

Firefox Lite: Need to know

Firefox Lite requires less than 3.5 MB, which is the smallest among major browsers, and it provides users with the shortest app download time. Moreover, one of Firefox Lite’s standout features is its Turbo Mode, which blocks third-party content such as ads on web pages. By doing this, less data is consumed and websites load faster. In addition to being lightweight and fast, users can also save a whole screen to read offline with a single tap on the toolbar. The website link is automatically saved too, so users can return whenever they want. Based on internal data, it is estimated that more than 440+ GB of online/mobile content was saved…

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Glo Ghana Data Plans Updated

Glo Ghana Data Plans Updated

Globacom Ghana has updated their data plans and it is even better than before. Subscribers can now enjoy better packages with added laughterfest programmes invitations for users with a minimum spend of GH¢ 30.00 within a month period whiles the program is ongoing. Find below the updated packages and pick your choose to enjoy. High Speed Internet on Glo mobile is connected with Glo 1 fiber optic cable with huge bandwidth. You can enjoy the surf from your handset, through a modem, a wireless router or any device which has a Glo data SIM. On High Speed Internet platform you can easily subscribe a plan as follows: Visit the homepage for…

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Theat to Internet pushed back to September

Theat to Internet pushed back to September

Wikipedia blacked out in parts of Europe this week to protest against the copyright reforms that the European Parliament was due to vote on as part of the #SaveYourInternet campaign. This can be counted a success as a majority of MEPs voted for further scrutiny and debate of the proposals. MEP (Member of the European Parliament) Julia Reda tweeted the result: As we reported last month, see Why Article 13 Must Be Stopped, if the proposed copyright reforms go ahead – and at the moment they are only halted and will be back before another plenary session of the European Parliament (EP) in September – they will have drastic consequences. The Save Your Internet website,…

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