Google, Firefox, More: Quick Wednesday Morning Buzz, May 14, 2014
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Google Glass is now available to everybody.
More Google: Google has made several updates to public transit information on Google Maps.
Some users are not particularly thrilled with the UI in Firefox 29. “It’s not unusual for users to howl at UI changes to long-familiar software — as Microsoft knows better than most after Windows 8 — but Mozilla can little afford to lose large numbers of users because of Australis. Firefox, which once had a solid lock on the No. 2 spot in Web metrics company Net Applications’ measurements of browser user share, slipped behind Google’s Chrome in March. At the end of April, Firefox accounted for 17% of all desktop browsers in use, while Chrome had a user share of 17.9%.”
Adobe has released security updates for Reader and Acrobat. Make sure you’re patched!
Yelp is offering free restaurant reservations.
FamilySearch is offering new online training. Good morning, Internet…
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