Late this week, the internet has been abuzz with shiny new releases of Chrome and Firefox, 16 and 9 respectively. While we had previously organized a battle between Firefox 8 and Chrome 15, we just did some elbow greasing to check out the differences the new versions of these two browsers and also including Opera this time which are making to the already soaring browser benchmarks.
Although Chrome is well known for its speed and is supposedly much more light weight when compared to Firefox, the recent updates to Firefox (v8) reveal an entirely different story. The Mozilla built browser, which used to be notorious for being the most CPU & memory consuming browser since v2.0 is now shockingly much more light and tab-friendly than the aggressively hyped Chrome (v15).
Amazon recently launched its Cloud Storage solution – Amazon Cloud Drive, And it is of-course meant to compete with Dropbox, which is currently the leader of cloud storage provider. A simple reason for this is its simplicity and it was the first of a kind to offer cloud service in such a non-geeky way. Dropbox […]