[ Tech News ] Firefox Quantum, Open Challenge To Chrome

To all chrome lovers, I think it's time you should take a look at Firefox Quantum. Firefox new version that is Quantum, is quite a browser. As said by Firefox it is twice as fast from it's previous versions.




From Layman terms, it's blazing fast, secure and more over it doesn't take much of your memory. So, I have been using it for 7 days, and I think, I am quite happy by using it. Unlike chrome, your privacy is not compromised, neither your memory nor speed.

Verdict : I think this may bring revolution in browser's history. If you are chrome lover, it's time to change your browser. For Firefox user, it's a gift from them browse on it .

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[ Tech News ] Extended Security Patch For Nexus 5X and 6P

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Even though both phones have had trouble with age, the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X have been solid devices, and they’re still going to be supported for a couple more months with major software updates. However, both phones are going to be getting security updates for another year, and Google has just randomly extended that…

There’s really no indication why this has happened, but the Google support page listing update timelines for Nexus and Pixel devices was recently updated to extend the life of the Nexus 5x and Nexus 6P by a two months.

Both phones were originally supposed to be dropped off from monthly security updates as of September 2018, but now both are listed as active through November of that year. This hasn’t extended to major updates, as Oreo is very likely the final version these phones will see, but it’s great to see Google giving the last two Nexus devices a little extra support. You know, as long as they actually last that long…



Google’s current policy is to offer three years of security patches to the devices in its lineup from the moment they’re available in the Google Store (or 18 months after they were last sold, whichever is longer). Beyond that, updates aren’t guaranteed, though it’s possible that specific patches might come through for larger scale threats or attacks.

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