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Jul 5, 2013
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BBC to broadcast Wimbledon final and semi-final matches in 3D Live Stream

Wimbledon Championships at the All England Club is ongoing now, since June 24, and the well-known broadcast service – BBC has confirmed it will broadcast selected matches, including the men’s and women’s semi-finals and finals live in 3D to homes across the UK.

BBC to broadcast Wimbledon final and semi-final matches in 3D Live Stream
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Jun 27, 2013
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Firefox 22 (FF22) New Change Log With Direct Download Link

The newest version of Firefox 22 (FF22) has just been released, and is already available for free download through Firefox download page. The updated browser has added support for WebGL, Emscripten, asm.js, and WebRTC (Web Real-Time Communications) to makes up some ground in the browser wars with better performance.
Firefox 22 (FF22) New Change Log With Direct Download Link
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Jun 25, 2013
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How To Turn Off Auto-Play Videos On Instagram

The most famous photo sharing app – Instagram, recently added video features that allow users to post filtered videos to their picture collections. With Instagram’s arrival of video features, video auto-play is turned on by default. The video auto-play perhaps the amount of bandwidth over time, especially for who follow a lot of people posting videos and subscribe a 3G or LTE connection service. However, video auto-play features can disable by users with some simple tricks.
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Jun 24, 2013
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Watch Wimbledon Tennis Live on YouTube Beginning Monday (Video)

A fan of Wimbledon tennis championships? If you’re work or on the go in this summer, and doesn’t want to missing any biggest matches. A new Wimbledon partnership with YouTube could help boost the competition’s appeal stateside.

Watch Wimbledon tennis live on YouTube beginning Monday (video)
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May 13, 2013
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Enable SugarSync to Sync External USB and Network Drives

SugarSync is one of the popular cloud service which actively performs files backup to the remote cloud storage and syncs the files across computers and other devices for access and sharing from a variety of operating systems, such as Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, Android, Windows Mobile, Samsung SmartTV, BlackBerry OS, and Symbian devices.
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Apr 8, 2013
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How to Remove & Hide Squarish Info Bubble of Embedded Google Maps

Many websites now embed map from Google Maps on the web page to provide visitors with accurate location or direction information.

Normally, the embedded Google Maps will include a location pin together with a squarish info bubble or info window pop-up above the location pin which provides more information about the location, and shortcut to retrieve direction, search nearby or zoom in. Well, sometimes the info bubble is not necessary as may be described in the article, written on the page, or is obvious to viewers on visit the web page of your company. To make matter worse, if the embedded map is too small in size, part of the info bubble may be hidden out of view, and it also covers a large part of the map.
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Apr 8, 2013
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How to Override Parent Functions in WordPress Chile Theme

WordPressIn WordPress, using a child theme has become kind of recommended and best practice, and hence it’s getting more and more popular as the way to customize the theme without having to worry that the changes been overwritten during update. Child theme not only can customize the look and feel, styling and layout of a website by tweaking the CSS, it also allows additional custom functions to be added to the WordPress, supplementing the functionality provided by the parent theme.
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Apr 4, 2013
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How to Hide the Fact of Using WordPress (Remove Identity & Traces of WordPress)

Beginning as a blogging platform, WordPress has developed into a full-featured and easy to use content management system (CMS). But for many webmasters and web developers, who are told to or want to hide the fact that a website is using WordPress as the platform, the tasks may not be easy because WordPress comes with some unique naming convention and directory structure, and includes some common elements in HTML output. In addition, some may also want to hide the identity and traces of WordPress in to enhance the security, in what known as security by obscurity. Security by obscurity works by hiding the identity of platform used in the hope that attackers and hackers couldn’t exploit vulnerability and login path common to the software.
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