Popular Firefox extension Ubiquity—which adds a natural language command line to Firefox—sees a significant update today. The extension, developed by the folks at Mozilla, now boasts a killer new look, faster performance, improved stability, and more relevant results. If you're really gaga for Ubiquity, the new version even allows user to create their own skins. If you're new to Ubiquity and want to get a better idea of what commands it can perform, check out Ubiquity Herd to browse and install new commands. Ubiquity is a free download, works wherever Firefox does.
Ubiquity Sees Major Update, New Look, Better Performance
Trending Stories Right Now
The much-heralded sci-fi anthology show Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams has arrived on Aussie streaming service Stan. For those who missed the memo, it's based on ten short stories by visionary author Philip K. Dick, the man whose words inspired the cinematic brilliance of Blade Runner, Total Recall, A Scanner Darkly and Minority Report. To celebrate here are ten of the finest Sci-fi television shows you should be watching right now.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are getting hitched next week and the lavish ceremony will be broadcast around the world. Though it's unusual to think that a Royal Wedding in 2018 will be one of the biggest events of the year, that's what we're looking out. Outside of the World Cup, this thing will be everywhere. If you're a Royal Watcher or you just want to make sure you're up with all the memes and social commentary that'll flow from the event - Lifehacker has you covered. Here's how to watch the Royal Wedding live, online and free in Australia!