Caching can be annoying especially when you are doing development work for a project. But in Google Chrome, there is a way for you to disable caching while the developer tools window is open.

Simple go to :

  • More tools
  • Choose Developer Tools
  • Click the wheel setting icon on the far right
  • Click the option Disable cache (while DevTools is open)

That’s it!

I came upon a situation where my Google Nexus 7 Tablet could not be detected by my Windows OS.

I tried to check if Google USB Driver was installed. It was but still the problem persisted. I tried some other windows USB related drivers to no avail.

However, this one ruled them all. Download the ADB Driver Installer. It should work with most, if not all Android devices.

If one of the device’s driver got corrupted, this installer will fix it for you.

Go to this link to download it: http://adbdriver.com/

After reading this article in Mashable, I can only say I hope Skype is not serious about accepting it. Well … maybe a join venture but not a buyout. They would be stupid to let that happen.

In the article, it said two reliable sources say Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is talking to Skype about either buying the company or forming a joint venture, according to Reuters.

One of the sources said Facebook is considering a buyout of Skype at a price of between $3 billion and $4 billion.

The other source told Reuters the deal won’t be a purchase by Facebook but rather a joint venture between Facebook and Skype.

Skype and Facebook are no strangers. In October, when Skype released its version 5.0 software for Windows, it included a Facebook tab that let users chat or call Facebook friends via Skype, right from the Facebook newsfeed that can be viewed from within the Skype application.

Facebook isn’t the only one chasing Skype. One of the sources talking to Reuters added that Google was also in “early talks” with Skype about a joint venture.

Even if they are Facebook (overhyped) or Google, I hope Skype won’t let themselves be bought. They are already a strong force to be reckoned with. A joint venture perhaps depending on the deal but a buyout? No way. What do you think?

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