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Waterfox G3.0.2 – Third Generation Released with awesome roadmap

The latest released update for Waterfox, Waterfox G3.0.2 – Third Generation made its entrance with a new look and roadmap with tentative timelines leading into 2021. Talk of Chrome and Opera Store interoperability an many awesome features. Below is the release and change-log for your reference. What’s new in G3.0.2? 👨‍🔧 Fixes Fixed an issue where Waterfox on Windows had -APPVERSION appended to its processes. Fixed an issue where only the Flash NPAPI could be...

The reason for DMARC

Email authentication technologies SPF and DKIM were developed over a decade ago in order to provide greater assurance on the identity of the sender of a message. Adoption of these technologies has steadily increased but the problem of fraudulent and deceptive emails has not abated. It would seem that if senders used these technologies, then email receivers would easily be able to differentiate the fraudulent messages from the ones that properly authenticated to the domain....

VP9 videos codec

VP9 is an open and royalty-free video coding format developed by Google. It comes as a successor to VP8 and competes mainly with MPEG’s High Efficiency Video Coding. Beginning, VP9 was mainly used on Google’s video platform YouTube. The emergence of the Alliance for Open Media, and its support for the ongoing development of the successor AV1, of which Google is a part, led to growing interest in the format. In contrast to HEVC, VP9...

Pale Moon goes to v28.10.0

Pale Moon Browser has received updated fixes to to its last known version from May v28.9.3 (2020-05-08). Below are details of the the new update. v28.10.0 (2020-06-05) This is a development, bug fix and security update. Changes/fixes: Implemented URLSearchParams‘ sort() function Implemented ES2020 globalThis for web compatibility Improved our WebM media parser to be more tolerant to different encoding styles. Improved our MP3 media parser to be more tolerant to different encoding styles and particularly...

23 Speed test services to use

How fast is your connection?. Just when you need to assess yours here are twenty-three services to help you achieve that. Fast Speedtest Spectrum xfinity Speedcheck Speakeasy Verizon Cox Centurylink Broadbandnow Broadbandspeedtest Wirefly Which Projectstream Telstra Risebroadband Wavebroadband Mybroadband Highspeedinternet Adslthailand Testmy Bandwidthplace

Glo Nigeria Data Plans 2020

Below are Globacom Nigeria’s oxygen package offerings on their 4G LTE network for Glo Nigeria subscribers. Daily and Weekly Plan: Price – (NGN) Data  Volume (Up To 100% Bonus Included) Validity Days USSD Code 50 32MB 1 *777# 100 105MB 1 *777# 200 350MB 2 *777# 500 1.05GB 14 *777# Monthly Data Plans: Price – (NGN) Data  Volume (Up To 100% Bonus Included) Validity Days USSD Code 1000 2.5GB 30 *777# 1500 4.1GB 30 *777#...

Glo Ghana Data Plans 2020

Globacom Ghana has refreshed their data plans with a web surfing twist. Some old packages did not make the cut while some old packages have received better rhythm. New intros such as; Glo Saturday Data Plan, Glo Sunday Data Plan and Mobile Money recharge from all other networks is spreading browsing happiness to lock down and post lock down browsers. Still wondering when Glo would appear with their own MoMo though. Chai. High Speed Internet...

Firefox 77 gets devtool update

Mozilla has launched  Firefox 77 for Windows, Mac, and Linux. It brings faster JavaScript debugging, optional permissions for extensions and a couple of new web platform features. Mozilla has been successful at sticking to its 4-week release cadence for Firefox, which is why our coverage of new versions has jumped from 69 to 77. Sorry for the gap but as this release has improvements for JavaScript developers it seemed a good one to look at. The...

W3C standardize IoT

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has announced official recommendations for Web of Things Architecture and Web of Things Thing Descriptions. They are designed to make it easier to integrate across Internet of Things platforms and applications. The thinking behind the new recommendations is to bring some standardization to the web-level descriptions of Things. The two baseline specifications cover the overall Web of Things (WoT) conceptual framework, and Things themselves. W3C says it’s the equivalent of index.html...

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