The Equifax attack has struck millions and stolen from millions. It's an international disaster that's (almost) as bad as Heartbleed or WannaCry. And it proves something about open source software. It's not invincible. Quick quiz question here. Imagine yourself strolling through the office when you hear two colleagues chatting. One says to the other, "And … Continue reading Open Source Isn’t Invincible: Equifax Proves That
Firefox have been teasing 57 for a while now. They say it will be "The best Firefox ever." But is it worth it? Will it fix every single one of Firefox's issues? I grab a copy of Firefox Nightly and find out. If you want to follow along with me, you'll need to download a … Continue reading Firefox 57: Does It Deserve The Hype?
Walmart collect a petabyte of customer data per hour. Google probably collect more. So a partnership should be exciting. Oh wait. It's already happened. Have you ever heard of Google Express? No? I'm not surprised. Although Google pushed it with Google Home/Assistant and even made it the subject of their 2016 april fools joke. But sadly, … Continue reading Walmart Parteners With Google And Things Happen
Yup. Allo on the Web is finally here. Finally. Ever since Nick Fox, head of Google Allo, tweeted a screenshot of Allo on the Web, all Google fans (myself included) have been watching with bated breath, watching, hoping, longing for Allo's web interface. Unfortunately, it wasn't what I thought it would be. Shame. Hold it. Let me … Continue reading Google Allo Web (Finally) Realesed
Installing themes on Chrome is easy. You just find a theme on the Chrome Web Store and download it. But what if you have a theme that's NOT from the Chrome Web Store? Well, you can read this!!!!! Begin!! Before you do anything, you must extract the ZIP. Most modern operating systems have a ZIP … Continue reading How to install Chrome theme from a ZIP
If you are an Android user, or you just use some Google apps, you might be aware of their Material Design theme for all their apps. But, this hasn't made it to Chrome. UNTIL NOW! Why should I do this? Look. You don't HAVE to. But, it adds a nice touch to some Chrome features. For example, here … Continue reading How to Enable Material Design in Chrome
Since I haven't been very productive lately, I've decided to bring you a couple of big stories stemming from Flash's death Adobe Signs Flash's Death Warrant Yes, you heard me. Adobe, after much pushing from the public, have finally said when they will terminate Flash. Sadly, this will not be soon. Although actually giving a … Continue reading Adobe Signs Flash’s Death Warrant (Finally)
I discovered Grammarly while aimlessly shopping on the Chrome Web Store, and I never looked back. Here's why: Grammarly was started in 2009 by two dudes named Alex Shevchenko and Max Lytvyn. It is a truly awesome piece of software, which, as well as checking spelling, it checks words against over 250 grammar rules, and it … Continue reading Why every bad speller should be using Grammerly
Hey readers. You may have heard about the FCC's campaign to banish net neutrality. Today, Google, Apple, Microsoft, Sony, Mozilla and others have teamed up to get the FCC to stop this. DoubleGeek is also taking a stand. We need you. But I don't care Start caring. Right now. Net Neutrality is a set of … Continue reading Save the Web!
Despite many, many articles around the web declaring Google Chrome to be the greatest RAM hog of all time, they forget about Mozilla Firefox. In fact, the browser of open-source greatness is also a bit of a RAM hog. Find out how to troubleshoot Firefox's RAM usage with this guide. Step 1: Troubleshoot The Problem … Continue reading How To Fix Firefox RAM Usage