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  1. Microsoft Excel is getting a whole load of new updates and upgrades Excel for the web is set for a host of upgrades (Image credit: Shutterstock / 200dgr) A whole host of improvements and new features are coming to Microsoft Excel for the web, according to a company blog post. The significant performance improvements concern opening workbooks, scrolling, and cell formatting. “With an uncompromised goal to provide our customers with the ideal, fast, and smooth user experience, we’re excited
  2. Gmail on the web now lets you resize the Chat and Rooms sections Google recently introduced a major overhaul for Gmail for G Suite (now Google Workspace) users last year that merged video, chat, email, files, and tasks under a single roof. The integrated workspace experience allows you to access your chat conversations within an organization as well as your shared files and tasks. Today, Google announced a new update for Chat and Rooms for Gmail on the web. The new experience now lets you resize the Chat and Rooms sections in the left-side navigation of Gmai
  3. Tim Berners-Lee: 'Stop web's downward plunge to dysfunctional future' Sir Tim Berners-Lee invented the world wide web before launching the first ever website in 1991 Global action is required to tackle the web's "downward plunge to a dysfunctional future", its inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee has told the BBC. He made the comments in an exclusive interview to mark 30 years since he submitted his proposal for the web. Sir Tim said people had realised how their data could be "manipulated" after the Cambridge
  4. We've been taught to look out for that little padlock to ensure a website is secure. But it's dangerous to rely on just one detail. Internet users are being taught to think about online security the wrong way, which experts warn might actually make them more vulnerable to hacking and cyberattacks. Websites that want to demonstrate their secure credentials will usually do so by displaying a padlock sign in the address bar that aims to show the website is using HTTPS encryption. The Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) is the more secure ver
  5. The culprit? .*(?:.*=.*) Cloudflare has published a detailed and refreshingly honest report into precisely what went wrong earlier this month when its systems fell over and took a big wedge of the internet with it. We already knew from a quick summary published the next day, and our interview with its CTO John Graham-Cumming, that the 30-minute global outage had been caused by an error in a single line of code in a system the company uses to push rapid software changes. Even though that change had been run through a test beforehand, the blunder
  6. I have a domain name ending in .TK, from freenom and webhosting supplied by bplaced. Do I use freenom's DNS to add info. from bplaced or vice-versa? In other words do I tell the host of the web site about the domain, the other way around or do I have to tell each about the other? The host of the website offer their own domain buying service which confuses things (for me). freenom talk about 20202020 or 20202121 as servers and bplace talk about DNS Crec or records? I'd appreciate someone familiar running through the setup procedure as although they have tried to tr
  7. StumbleUpon co-founder, Garrett Camp, has announced that the project is coming to an end 16 and half years after its launch in 2001. Camp is now recommending that StumbleUpon users migrate their accounts over to another of his projects, Mix.com, which he says incorporates the lessons learned from StumbleUpon “to take content discovery to the next level.” Writing in a Medium post, Camp said: Since its launch, StumbleUpon has been used by around 40 million people according to Camp. The service, which is currently ranked 2,129th by Alexa.com, allowed users to share favourite w
  8. The internet – not as great as we all thought it was going to be, eh? Number of netizens in favor of the web drops, according to latest US study Society is slowing souring on the internet, according to the latest research by Pew. While a majority of us still think that the global communications network has, on balance, been a positive thing, that number has slipped significantly in the past four years. Back in 2014, when Pew last asked roughly 2,000 adults across the entire United States, 76 per cent of them said the internet h
  9. How third-party services can knock out three out of four online properties Internet infrastructure may be fairly resilient thanks to its distributed nature, but the web we've built on top of it appears to be rather fragile. In a paper distributed last week through the ArXiv preprint server, researchers for Carnegie Mellon University find that third-party services such as domain name service (DNS) providers, content delivery networks (CDNs) and certificate authorities (CAs) represent an attractive target for attackers looking to maximize the impact of their hacking.
  10. Any medicine for this? It's apparently outdated according to the main page.
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