The latest version of Internet Explorer does not support Microsoft Windows XP. That could be the first sign that Microsoft will begin turning away from its outdated but still common operating system.
It’s one of those things many Canadians aren’t aware of until it’s too late: you don’t have an unlimited data plan for your high-speed Internet or mobile phone. Well, here’s a free app that can help you monitor your data usage.
Anyone using Google Chrome may be tempted to have several tabs open at once, but there’s an easy way to manage those many windows.
Given the fact the biggest televised sporting event is taking place this Sunday, it’s an ideal time to chat about buying a new TV in time for the big game. But instead of looking at new TV models as we’ve done in the past, here’s a quick chat on television terminology — and what it means for football lovers.
Own a Windows Phone 7 device? Be sure to watch this video on SurfCube, a $1.99 browser that serves up a very unique web browsing experience.
Spend five minutes tapping around with Readdle’s Terra web browser, a Safari browser alternative, and you’ll understand why it’s the No. 1 free productivity download at the App Store.
Reach out and touch someone, emotionally, with a video call over Christmas. Here are a few thoughts on why webcam chats are the way to go, especially when you want to connect with friends and family over the holidays.
If you find yourself straining to read small text on websites, a computer program might be able to help make Internet surfing easier on your eyes. Learn more about it in our Q&A with Web Eyes marketing guru, John L. Brooks.
Should Canada spend $7 billion to bring broadband to all Canadians?
If you’ve spent any time on the web over the past decade then you might be aware of Marc Horowitz, an affable Internet celebrity thanks to his odd gigs as an actor, writer, artist, filmmaker and comic. Wait ’til you get a load of what’s next…