How to watch rts videos on your mobile devices

Google has introduced a feature to allow you to watch videos on mobile devices via a Google Chromecast.Users will be able to use the Chromecast to watch YouTube videos and RTSs.This feature has been available on the Chromebox since last year, but has only been available for Android devices.YouTube said that this was due to

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Which web browser do you use most? Web tech support

The answer: Firefox.You’re probably familiar with the Mozilla Firefox browser from its original release back in 2008.But you might not know that it’s also one of the most popular browsers in the world.According to Mozilla, Firefox is used by over two billion users around the world and is used for more than three billion websites.While

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How to protect your camera and camera accessories from online piracy

How to keep your cameras and cameras from getting stolen?You’re probably wondering about the best ways to protect them from online attacks.We all know that it’s easy to get caught up in the hype surrounding the latest tech, and the internet is no different.But there’s a huge problem that goes beyond the hype, and it’s

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What’s the latest on Lenovo web support system

Lenovo web service has been out of action since May, and now the company is back with an updated web browser and a new mobile app.Lenovo says the new browser, called “Sophia”, is based on the web browser “Yakkety Yak” which was originally developed by Lenovo and is now available on several other platforms.It also

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How to create a new ‘web 4’ environment

News.net.au article This week, we’re taking a look at the latest Web 4 features, including: • Web 4 support for HTML5-enabled websites • Enhanced accessibility support for content from social media platforms • A new “Mobile Friendly” page in the home screen to help users find their way around the web • A redesigned home

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Google, Facebook say they won’t be forced to share data about users

By TOM MORRIS, Associated Press Google, Twitter and Facebook are among companies that have announced that they won.The companies are among the companies that say they have no plans to share user data with governments, even if it helps police.The announcement Wednesday came in response to a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union

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Which Web Hosts Have the Best Support for Google’s Chrome browser?

By now, most of us have heard of the latest Google Chrome bug.After a Chrome user downloaded a file that included malicious JavaScript, the browser began to crash.The malicious code appeared in Chrome’s browser’s address bar, and after clicking the link, the victim clicked on a link that redirects the user to another page.The browser