Intel Corp. today is set to unveil a new browser extension that allows users create client-side mashups as they browse the Web. The tool promises to help users enhance sites they visit with customized information ranging from geographical data to the leg room available on specific airplanes.
The new Intel Mash Maker is made up of various widgets that can understand the meaning of the Web site they are on and enhance existing content based on a user's preferences and interests, Intel said. The company will launch a public beta of the technology Tuesday at the O'Reilly Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco.
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