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Why are Google’s new Chrome extensions so bad?

Google Chrome is a browser built on HTML5, an HTML5 component, but it doesn’t really get it right in the ways it is advertised.Chrome is built on an outdated technology called CSS3, which was built to handle the needs of older browsers, but the new Chrome extension it was using didn’t get around to supporting

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Humana’s Web Application Support Analyst is leaving the company

On Wednesday, Humana announced that the company’s Web application support engineer is leaving its board of directors.In the post announcing the news, the company said the team’s focus had shifted to other priorities.“As a result, we have made the difficult decision to part ways with our support engineering team,” Humana wrote.“We are deeply appreciative of

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How to get the best web design for your business

Analyzing web design can be daunting, but that’s where this expert comes in.He or she can help you identify the web design features that can help your business succeed.Analyzing web development is an essential skill for any web developer.The key is to understand the fundamentals of web development and understand the process that goes into

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When Amazon.com opens a new UK store, how do you get started?

With Amazon.co.uk’s launch of an online shopping portal in the UK, many users have been clamouring for a better way to shop online, and now the company has opened up its online store for a new home in the United Kingdom.With Amazon’s store opening in the U.K. this month, many have been wondering what Amazon.net

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Networks, telecom companies push back against suspected cyberattack

The biggest companies in telecommunications are taking defensive positions against a possible cyberattack by North Korea that could target their networks, the head of the Federal Communications Commission said in a letter to the heads of two of the industry’s biggest telcos.The FCC chief, Tom Wheeler, wrote Wednesday that while the sunday attack could pose a “significant threat,” his suggestions