Adding favicons to search results helps you locate the sites you actually want to visit, while also saving time.
For CNET's Stephen Shankland, 'tis the season to be a grinch about problems that sully his daily use of phones, PCs, and other devices -- especially those that can be fixed.
Revenue at the nonprofit group nearly doubled in 2012 thanks to a new deal with Google. The money, says executive chair Mitchell Baker, is funding a big push to bring Firefox to the mobile market.
The new user interface is designed to be faster, easier to use, and suited for a future with Firefox running on phones and tablets, too. As always, though, change means pain.
By implanting an RFID chip the size of a grain of sand into his hand, artist Anthony Antonellis can send 1KB images directly to his Android smartphone.
With the New MetroTab extension for Chrome, you can turn your new tab page into something that mimics the Metro interface of the Windows 8 Start screen.
With the OneTab extension for Chrome, you can better manage that clutter of open tabs, saving system memory in the process.
A favicon, or customized icon, is nice way to personalize a blog. WordPress blogs, both hosted and free, can be configured to use a favicon. We'll go over how to set a favicon for your own WordPress blog.
Besides using bookmarks, you can store URLs in individual files in OS X.
Wish those favicons were more helpful? On today's Tekzilla Daily, Veronica explores two Greasemonkey scripts that add a bit more info, so you know what's going on even when those title bars are hidden.