Are you a thrifty shopper who loves finding online coupons for the best deals on the items you need? If so, you might get frustrated surfing various sites and sifting through search engine results trying to find the right coupons for your upcoming purchases. The Daily Reflector in Greenville, SC reports that a solution might be near as online shopping site MoneyMailer.com has launched a new search engine designed to simplify the process of finding online coupons. New search engine enhancements such as portals that group similar coupons together make it easier for consumers to find deals in their area. [caption id="attachment_2326" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Old fashioned coupons[/caption] "Everyone wants to save,"... --..
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India Censored For Sex
While the Kama Sutra and the Bollywood wet sari scene have been imported from the country, it seems that India is not yet ready to be exposed to the delicate subject of sex on the internet. An investigation has uncovered that several internet companies have very quietly introduced filters, in order to prevent Indian users from accessing sexual content. Yahoo search engine and the Flickr photo-sharing site, which is owned by Yahoo, altered their sites earlier this month, preventing users in India from switching off their safe-search function. The block also applies to users in Singapore, Hong Kong and Korea. Microsoft's Bing has also barred Indian users from searching for sexual content. Users who try immediately receive a notice informing them that their "country or region requires a strict Bing SafeSearch setting, which filters out results that... --..
Multiprocessing a Possibility for Firefox
Mozilla is planning to launch a new project called Electrolysis, bringing multiprocess browsing to Firefox. Mozilla claims that doling out the page rendering workload to multiple processes will improve the browser's speed and dependability. The developers at Mozilla have already put together a prototype that pulls up a page in a completely separate process from the interface where it's displayed. Mozilla has explored the possibility of adopting a multiprocessing approach for Firefox in the past, but the idea didn't gain serious traction in the Firefox developer community until it was implemented by Google and Microsoft in their respective web browsers. For Firefox to support multiprocess browsing, an intimidating number of fundamental components will have to be reworked, as browser currently runs a single image loading component that works on different tabs in unison. It has not been... --..
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