Welcome to the CNET 2019 directory of web hosting services. In this directory, we'll look at a few of the best web hosting providers like Bluehost, A2Hosting, Hostinger, DreamHost, HostGator, InMotion Hosting and more. In this evaluation of the best web hosting providers, we're featuring commercial web hosting companies that offer WordPress, VPS, shared hosting and many more web hosting services, along with a variety of annual and monthly plans. Let's look at each of the web hosting companies below in a little more depth to help you find the best web hosting provider to meet your needs. Read more: The best website builders for 2019Special offer: Get started with A2 Hosting for $2.96 a month!DreamHost Shared hosting starting at $2.59/mo. WordPress hosting starting at $2.59/mo. VPS hosting starting at $10/mo. Dedicated servers starting at $149/mo. Cloud hosting starting … [Read more...] about The best web hosting providers for 2019
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Google. Chrome. OS. Just reading that makes my pants tingle. But, uh, what is it exactly? Here's what Google says: "Google Chrome OS is an open source, lightweight operating system that will initially be targeted at netbooks" and "most of the user experience takes place on the web." That is, it's "Google Chrome running within a new windowing system on top of a Linux kernel" with the web as the platform. It runs on x86 processors (like your standard Core 2 Duo) and ARM processors (like inside every mobile smartphone). Underneath lies security architecture that's completely redesigned to be virus-resistant and easy to update. Okay, that tells us, um, not much. Advertisement After all, Google's Android is a mobile OS that runs on top of a Linux kernel. But Chrome OS is different! Android is designed to work on phones and set-top boxes and other random gadgets. Chrome OS is "designed to power computers ranging from small netbooks to full-size desktop systems" for "people who spend most … [Read more...] about Giz Explains: What the Hell’s Google Chrome OS?
Tweetdeck has been one of the most used web applications for scheduling tweets for Twitter. It gives you easy access to select the date and time as per the need. This feature was not there on the main Twitter website until now. The microblogging website has started testing the tweet scheduling feature on its web version. The purpose here seems to make this feature more accessible to a wider user base. As mentioned by Twitter, this feature is an ‘experiment’ for now. There is no word when this feature will be reaching a wider audience. For now, only a limited set of users will be able to use this. If you are seeing this option, it is possible to schedule a tweet by simply typing the tweet as you do usually and tapping the three dots in the bottom bar. From there you can schedule the tweet by feeding the specific date and time. Tweet scheduling on https://t.co/8FModRv1sl? Yes please! Starting today, we’re experimenting with bringing one of… … [Read more...] about Twitter brings tweet scheduling feature to its own web app
Venom from one of the world's most dangerous spiders could have the potential to reduce the severity of a stroke, according to one scientist. Queensland's Institute for Molecular Bioscience professor Glenn King said a molecule found in the Fraser Island funnel-web's venom could inhibit damage to the brain. 'Venoms are extremely complicated mixtures of ion-channel modulators, in this case the spider venom shuts off a specific ion pathway in the brain that is responsible for triggering massive cell death after stroke,' professor King told ABC Radio Brisbane. 'You can't stop neurons that have already died, but you could give this drug eight hours after stroke and still get massive protection of the brain.' Venom from one of the world's most dangerous spiders could have the potential to reduce the severity of a stroke, according to one scientist (pictured, stock image of funnel-web spider) Queensland's Institute for Molecular Bioscience professor Glenn King (pictured) said a … [Read more...] about Funnel-web spider venom promises new hope for stroke victims because it shuts off pathway responsible for brain damage
Increasingly sophisticated but inexpensive webcams, microphones, and speedier broadband make web-based conferencing more economical and attractive than ever. Here's a look at five excellent solutions for web-based conferencing. Image a composite of photos by svilen001 and dermiller . Earlier this week we asked you to share your favorite tool for web-based conferencing. Now we're back to highlight the top five tools Lifehacker readers love and share a little about each. Advertisement WebEx (Web-Based, $49/month) Tinychat (Web-Based, Free) Advertisement GoToMeeting (Web-Based, $49/month) Advertisement Dimdim (Web-Based, Basic: Free/Pro: $25/month) Advertisement Adobe ConnectNow (Web-Based, Basic: Free, Premium: $15/month) Advertisement Now that you've had a chance to look over the five most popular contenders according to your fellow readers, it's time to cast a vote for your favorite in the poll below: Which Web-Based Conferencing Tool Is Best?customer … [Read more...] about Five Best Web-Based Conferencing Tools
Stephen Colbert, Seth Meyers and Jimmy Kimmel summarized what Americans learned during the latest testimony before the House Intelligence Committee. Late-night hosts recapped the second week of Donald Trump's impeachment hearings on Thursday night. Over on The Late Show, Stephen Colbert responded to reports that some people had a difficult time following the hearings. "Are you seriously claiming that it's not easy for Americans to follow sagas with a lot of characters?" he asked. "Have you heard of Game of Thrones?" Colbert also recapped Trump's phone call with the Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky about investigating Joe Biden, in the form of a catchy jingle. Accompanied by the house band, Colbert sang, "There's just one thing that you need to know. Trump said, 'Do us a favor, though.'" The host then explained Thursday's hearing, which included a testimony from diplomatic aide David Holmes. While on the stand, Holmes recalled Gordon Sondland stating that Rudy Giuliani "f's … [Read more...] about Late-Night Hosts Break Down Second Week of Impeachment Hearings