03/05/2014, Microsoft Research continues to push the boundaries of what is possible with SurroundWeb, where it can be best described to be a 3D browser concept which is capable of projecting Web pages onto your walls. Right now, SurroundWeb remains as a prototype, but the very idea of using your room’s walls as part of the browser makes for an interesting read. The thing is, some of us do decorate our […]
06/19/2013, The Dolphin browser for Android has just received a new update.
04/17/2013, It goes without saying that any decent modern day office would come with at least one computer, whether it is for administrative purposes or simply as a productivity tool. Having said that, what kind of browser do you run in your enterprise environment? Assuming you have heard so much about Chrome from Google and have been raring to give it a chance, how about now, considering how additional improvements for […]
01/18/2013, If you think that the mobile browser wars are done, Opera revealed a new browser today that might just change the phase of the game. Opera revealed the browser that it has been working on to fellow tech site Pocket-lint. The new browser is called Opera Ice, and the company said that it will be dumping the Presto platform in exchange for the WebKit layout engine software, which is also […]
10/02/2012, Opera has launched the beta of its browser’s version 12.10. Opera 12.10 has been launched for all the major platforms, including Windows, Linux and Mac. While it packs a number of new features for the common users, the company tells us that the highlight of the browser is a far more developer-friendly API than the earlier versions of the browser. The new browser furnishes three chief APIs, namely context menu […]
08/06/2012, StatCounter, the web traffic analysis tool, has been busy with its research in finding out who’s currently leading the browser market. You can probably remember in May when we said that the tool revealed Google Chrome overtaking Microsoft’s Internet Explorer in the most used browser category. Well, it looks like StatCounter’s latest results from the period of July 2011 to July 2012 hasn’t changed much. According to StatCounter, Chrome is […]
05/02/2012, In line with Mozilla’s Kilimanjaro’s initiative, Mozilla is waging war against design fragmentation by releasing a few samples of its new design ideas to be used very soon on desktop computers, B2G, Android and Metro. It appears that Mozilla is working to make Firefox look consistent in desktops and mobile devices, judging from its mock-up designs. The end goal of Mozilla is to make Firefox distinct and functional on […]
04/26/2012, At long last, Opera is launching the first official beta of its browser today, dubbed Opera 12 Beta. But what surprised us is the company’s decision to end its support for Unite, a built-in personal cloud streaming platform first introduced in 2009. Opera is also killing Opera Widgets including its built-in speech recognition, text-to-speech and VoiceXML.
03/12/2012, Apple has just announced that they have already made available the latest version of their Safari web browser, bumping the version number up to Safari 5.1.4 for Windows as well as Mac. Of course, any software update will definitely bring a slew of new improvements, and the same can be said of Safari 5.1.4, where it will comprise of multiple speed and stability improvements, including fixing the rather annoying glitch […]
03/08/2012, Pwn2Own saw the Google Chrome browser fall for the first time in public, and over at the CanSecWest security conference , the very same browser has also been exploited by a brilliant community member known as Sergey Glaznov, who claims bragging rights (as well as a cool $60,000, of course). The Chrome Stable channel has been updated to 17.0.963.78 on Windows, Mac, Linux and Chrome Frame, where issues concerning Flash […]
12/06/2011, Opera Software, most famous for their Opera browser, has just sent a shoutout all the way from Norway that their latest version of the Opera Internet browser, version 11.6, is now available and arrived “just in time for the festive season”, at least according to a company announcement. At point of publishing, Opera remains the fifth most popular browser in the world, clearly placing it behind Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, Google […]
12/02/2011, Want to save data costs on your Android-powered device? Then you might want to check out the TextOnly Browser, where the name itself gives the game away (not that there is anything to hide in the first place though). Yes sir, this browser intends to help you reduce your data usage by up to 90% through the displaying of readable content only, doing away with ads,scripts and images. Now how […]
11/04/2011, It’s been barely over a month since Firefox was officially upgraded to version 7, and now it looks like a new update has arrived. The Release Candidate version of Firefox 8 has been made available for download today, while the official release of version 8 will be happening next Monday. In case you’re wondering; Mozilla considers the RC versions of their builds the final version, so there won’t be any changes […]
10/06/2011, Trip Hawkins, founder of EA and Digital Chocolate (a mobile gaming developer) recently gave his insights on the gaming industry in an interview with the folks over at Industry Gamers, and shared some very interesting points. According to him the future of games lies in web browsers, which are basically available to everybody right now. Be it on the desktop computer, on your smartphone, or even your connected TV; everybody […]