Have you seen Shop Companion? It lets you access to full-resolution product images and videos on various shopping sites is easy with this add-on. It adds links to the largest/xxl/best-size version of product images on various shopping sites.
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Need help with shopping? Hover Hound will provide enhanced shopping on places like Newegg.com and more with features like price comparison, price history charts and more.
WindowShopper lets you use visual search to find shoes, handbags, jewelry, home decor or any other product! Click on products images in any site to also compare prices, find deals, and get coupons.
Let us end this week with one more win in the Firefox column.
Over at Download Squad, they have been doing some really interesting browser testing. In a 4-way HTML5 speed test, Firefox 3.7 beat Internet Explorer 9, Opera and Chrome. The Video really speaks for itself, but if you want to learn more – be sure to check out this post over at DownloadSquad.com.
Firefox 2 RC2 has only been out a little while, and it seems like the reviews are so far all positive. The only disappointment I have seen across the board is the way it handles RSS feeds, but hey – I am sure they will get better with time. If not, that is the beauty of Firefox, somebody can write an extension to fix it if they don’t like it. With that said, I figured you would all enjoy taking a look at the side by side comparisons arstechnica did of RC1 and RC2 of Firefox 2.
When it comes to shopping Online, there are plenty of places for you to choose from. Which one has the best deals though? At which Online store are you going to find the cheapest price? This is an age old question that will be answered by the Firefox extension, Pronto.
Somebody must have sneezed, because it is time for another side by side comparison of Internet Explorer and Firefox. This time We are looking at the RC1 release of both browsers.
Internet Explorer version 7 RC1 and Firefox version 2 RC1 are now out so I thought it would be a good time to do some simple side-by-side comparisons. The “RC” stands for Release Candidate, meaning that these are the near-final versions.