Showing posts from December, 2017

Ten Firefox hidden settings you should know

The Mozilla Firefox browser is loved by many, as it offers a lot of options to customize it the way you like. If you are a Firefox user, you must be aware of the common options and settings but did you know that there are some hidden settings available as well? Just like Opera and Chrome, Firefox also comes with an advanced settings page, that pack hundreds of experimental features you can tweak. Although these features can negatively affect your browsing experience on Firefox, in most cases they are stable enough with a few problems, of course. However, not all tweaks are meant for everyone, as some are specific to developers. Thus, we have created a list of 10 Firefox hidden features that will surely enhance your browsing experience. The hidden options we have selected are very stable and should not have any negative impact on your browsing. All the hidden options in Firefox are present in the advanced settings page, so first let’s take a look at how you can access the Fire

How to Save videos from Twitter

How to save videos from Twitter    There are times when we stumble across great and attractive video clips on Twitter and would be like "Hey I'd like to have that stored in my phone,how can I do that?" You need to ask no more cause here's a faster and easier way to do so. 1.First of all  while watching the video Click on the share button 2. Click on  Copy to clipboard  3. Move to your browser(you could use you phone's browser or downloaded one it work on any one you use) 4. After opening your browser in the inputbox above type . or you could click on the link above   Then you paste the tweet url copied and click on download After that you choose the resolution you want it to be downloaded in. Wish you best of luck as you try this

Pope Francis: 9 interesting things you don't know about Catholic leader

Pope Francis is the leader of the Roman Catholic church. This makes him one of the worlds biggest figure, still, there is a lot most people do not know about him. Here are nine interesting things you have never heard about Catholic leader. Pope Francis is not his real name Many years ago, the Pope was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, as Jorge Mario Bergoglio. Shocker, right? He was on December 17, 1936, to parents, Mario and Regina (Sivori) Bergoglio. Note —  this is not so strange because it is a  tradition in the Catholic church for Popes to get a new name once they are appointed. Pope Francis as a young boy   His current name pays homage to a Saint On appointment, popes get to choose their own name. Pope Francis chose to pay homage to St. Francis of Assisi of Italy. He is a well-known servant to the poor, who was born into a wealthy home but chose to devote himself to helping the poor in Rome. Pope Francis is the first one to choose St. Francis as his namesake. Pope F

 Hack - How To Unlock Any Fingerprint Enabled Smartphone Using A Sellotape

Hack - How To Unlock Any Fingerprint Enabled Smartphone Using A Sellotape Sometime earlier last two or three years ago, we all know that a fingerprint enabled smartphone or device, is really a huge luxury to acquire. yea i'm talking of the Samsung Galaxy S5 and the Apple iPhone 6. But thanks to other 0EMs that started integrating this nice feature into their cheap affordable smartphones, that wouldn't cost a neck to acquire, thereby making the fingerprint security system, a household feature, as everyone gets a chance to enjoy this nice feature. But just as they say, with great honour, comes great responsibility. We all know that locking our smartphones with the  "has come to stay" fingerprint security system is one of the best way to secure your device from intruders..  "let them come and cut my hand na"  But have you ever been in that situation where you really needed to get access to someone's phone, say a partner or friend, family member, or rel

Finance: Bitcoin just hit an all-time high — here's how you buy and sell it

Bitcoin hit a record high of $16,623 per coin on Thursday, December 7. Two years ago, the idea of buying the virtual currency even at that price was laughable. After a rapid rise in value  in 2013, the cryptocurrency's value more than halved by mid-2015. At its lowest point, one bitcoin was equal to about $230. Given the currency's covert nature, the average person still may not understand how buying and selling actually works. Using the app  Coinbase , which lets anyone trade bitcoins for a small fee, we decided to find out. A brief warning: If you're going to do this, tell your bank you're about to buy bitcoin. More on that later. And to read more about blockchain, the technology powering bitcoin,  click here . This is what the Coinbase app looks like on an iPhone. play This is what the Coinbase app looks like on an iPhone. (Chris Weller) When you first open the app, you're presented with the latest price of bitcoin and its change within a certain per

Finance: Meet the 20 celebrities who made the most money last year — a combined total of $1.7 billion

With fame comes a big, fat paycheck. The 20 biggest earners in entertainment and sports — from Beyoncé and Howard Stern to LeBron James and Ellen DeGeneres — raked in more than $1.7 billion between June 1, 2016 to June 1, 2017. That's according to the most recent Forbes' Celebrity 100 list , which ranked the world's top-earning front-of-camera entertainers by pre-tax income during that 12-month period. Their estimates are based on figures from Nielsen, NPD Bookscan, Pollstar, Box Office Mojo, Songkick, D'Marie and IMDB, and interviews with industry insiders and some of the celebrities themselves. Below, find out what the biggest names in film, television, music, and sports did last year to become the highest-paid celebrities in the world. 20. Mark Wahlberg play 20. Mark Wahlberg (Adam Berry/dapd) Annual earnings:  $68 million Profession:  Actor Age:  46 Mark Wahlberg  had his highest-earning year to date thanks to massive paychecks for starring roles in blo