Firefox is an easily customizable and flexible browser that you can elevate even higher with the right add-ons. Its flexibility is particularly important if you’re a student spending your days and nights doing research. A couple of add-ons and Firefox can help you study more efficiently and maybe even save you some time for leisure.
If you unlock your Android handset using a pattern, you should consider using a PIN code instead. Because new research shows that Android unlock patterns are really not secure. If no one sees you swiping your finger over your screen then you may be OK, but how many of us even try to hide it?
Tracing your family tree can be an amazing experience. You’ll uncover grand old stories, funny family rumors, and revelations of connections to wealth or tragedy. But to get there, you need to know how to collect the information, how to store it, and how to present it. One way is with a family tree application.
We all know that Google is a popular and dependable search engine. So much that the word became a verb listed in the Merriam-Webster Dictionary many years ago. But does that make it a reliable source for researching health issues? Sure, you may receive plenty of results from your search, but should you trust them? For
Sure, we’ve all heard not to judge a book by its cover. But in the online dating world, sometimes a picture is all you have to go by! Photo-heavy profiles are now the norm across most major dating sites, so picking the right profile pictures is the key to your success in finding matches. If
If you’re a student, a teacher, an employee, or just an internet citizen, there are times when you need to collect a lot of information about a particular topic. The process usually starts with a single Google search page and ends up with multiple tabs, maybe spread across multiple windows, with snippets of useful information