Tag Archives: Browsers

Google Chrome 12 stable released

Chrome users will be happy to know that there’s a good chance their browser has already been automatically updated to the newest stable version of the Google Chrome web-browser, Chrome 12, bringing with it a lump of new features to keep you more secure, and enhance your browsing experience. On the security front, Chrome will now scan any downloaded… Read more

Angry Birds for Chrome available now

Ahh Angry Birds. The international sign for “your OS has finally made it” can be downloaded now to play within your browser at 60fps. In the words of Col. Angus, Bird Expert: “Lemme tell ya, these ain’t no ordinary finches we’re talkin’ about. These here are the Angry Birds, the ones that’s gonna kick you in the ‘nads. And they’re the… Read more

Firefox 4 for Android available now

The time has finally come. Just last week, Firefox 4 RC3 for Android made its way onto the Android Market, and as everything was good to go, the app has come out of RC status and gone official. Available from the Market now, Firefox 4 features several tools to keep your mobile devices in sync with how you browse from home. Not only can you… Read more

Firefox 4 RC for Android available now

The newest version of Mozilla’s Firefox browser — 4.0 Release Candidate — has made it’s way to Android handsets via the Android Market, and so far things are looking great. Among being able to sync bookmarks, history, passwords, and tabs between your Android device and computer, Firefox 4 RC adds improved sync overall, better scrolling/zooming, and… Read more

Browser battle: Android vs iOS [Update]

Update: Apple spokesperson Natalie Kerris has already fired back, saying that “testing is flawed because they didn’t actually test the Safari web browser on the iPhone. Instead they only tested their own proprietary app which uses an embedded web viewer that doesn’t take advantage of Safari’s web performance optimizations.” Apparently, by not… Read more

Opera for tablets to be on display at CES

Announced via their My Opera blog, popular software developer Opera will have a tablet only version of their browser on display at CES. As you will see in the video below, Opera for tablets appears to be running on a Samsung Galaxy Tab, with a very familiar “all new” UI. Right from the beginning of the video demo you’ll notice Opera’s “Speed Dial” bookmark… Read more

Google doodles land on a mobile browser near you

Whether it’s dessert themed monuments to their mobile operating system in the front lawn, or the ever changing logo on their homepage, Google has always been one for quirky traditions. Unfortunately, Google can’t fly everyone out to California every time they put a new statue outside the Googleplex, but they can bring Google doodles to a wider audience… Read more

Will we finally find Fennec in February?

If you’re a fan of or familiar with PhoneDog, you may have seen me mention Fennec in the past. You also know that it’s been in development for some time. If this is the first you’re hearing of it, check it out. It’s basically Firefox mobile, and it’s got all kinds of cool features. I’ve been waiting and waiting for word on an Android release, and it looks… Read more