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Google Launches Blink And Ends WebKit Affiliation With Apple

04/03/2013, Google announced today that it is ending its affiliation with Apple over WebKit, which is an open source project that both Google and its arch nemesis have jointly collaborated upon for quite some time. While praising it for its flexibility, performance...

WebKit browsers catching up to Firefox (updated)

06/03/2011,   While Firefox is having trouble surpassing Internet Explorer’s market share in the browser wars, it looks like it has another competitor right at its heels – browsers that run the WebKit web page renderer, in the form of Google Chrome and...

Hack: Web-controlled Watering Can

09/10/2010, This system won’t revolutionize your gardening practices just yet, but it’s still cool to be able to use a browser to control your watering can. Yes, we’re talking about a watering can that can be controlled with a WebKit browser...

Nokia Ovi Browser Targets The Desktop And Is Powered By WebKit

07/28/2010, We previously managed to get a hint that Nokia was busy working on its on web browser, though it wasn’t obvious at the time whether the browser would be used in its mobile phones, or whether it was destined for the desktop. Now it seems that Eldar...

Flock 3 Browser Ditches Firefox In Favor Of Chromium

06/16/2010, You might have used the Firefox-based Flock browser before this, as it comes with several custom add-ons for tightly integrating social networking with daily web browsing. It seems that the latest version of the Flock 3 beta has some bad news for Mozilla,...

TomTom Is Looking To Offer An Application Store As Well

04/29/2010, We’re all fairly familiar with the iPhone’s App Store and the Android Marketplace, but do you think that dedicated GPS devices need an application store as well? It seems that Harold Goddijn, CEO of TomTom, has confirmed that the GPS company...

RIM Looking For Webkit Developer

11/02/2009, While the BlackBerry is a great communications device, a lot of folks out there know that its web browser isn’t all that hot, especially when you compare it to the likes of the Safari browser on Apple’s iPhone. Is RIM looking to do something...