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Briefly: new Firefox Sync sign-in, Thunderbolt expansion stations

updated 10:38 pm EST, Mon February 3, 2014

Mozilla testing simplified system for synchronizing Firefox content

Mozilla has started testing a username and password approach to Firefox Sync. Sync allows users to access browser content across multiple computers and mobile devices, and previously required typing a "pairing code" shown on one browser into another. Mozilla's username-password authentication for syncing is now available in the nightly build of Firefox, and will be included in more stable versions of Firefox soon.

HighPoint Technologies' Thunderbolt expansion stations NA211TB and NA211TB-LD released

HighPoint Technologies has announced its release of the NA211TB and NA211TB-LD Thunderbolt expansion stations, offering any system Thunderbolt connections. Compact in design, the NA211TB has an alluminium housing and support up to three Thunderbolt-aware, full-length and full-height PCIe cards. Able to host Thunderbolt-enabled storage controllers, the Thunderbolt-enabled Rocket and RocketRAID series controller cards can add SAS, SATA and USB 3.0 connectivity. Both expansion stations are now available through various retailers.




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