Archive for August, 2010

Firefox to Android

By | August 17, 2010 | 2 Comments

Firefox to AndroidIf you have already heard about the “Chrome to Phone” extension that allows you to send data from your web browser into Android 2.2 device, then this add-on requires no explanation.

With FoxToPhone extension, Firefox users can enjoy the very same functionality. Basically, you can now send all kind of data, such as: web links, images, selected text, telephone numbers and more from Firefox to Android 2.2.



Weekly Browsers Recap, August 17th

By | August 17, 2010 | 0 Comments

Weekly Browsers Recap, August 17th

Internet Explorer 9 Launching on September 15th
IE team has just announced the launch of Internet Explorer 9 Beta that will take place in San Francisco on September 15th.

Firefox 4 Beta 3, Now with Multi Touch
Mozilla has just released the Beta 3 of Firefox web browser that enables multi-touch…
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The History of Internet Explorer

By | August 16, 2010 | 8 Comments

As Microsoft celebrates the 15th birthday of Internet Explorer, lets dive into the past and see how it all started…

Internet Explorer 1

Internet Explorer 1 Logo
Internet Explorer 1 Screenshots
Back in August 16, 1995, Microsoft has released the very first version of Internet Explorer which was essentially just a reworked version of Mosaic web browser.
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Is Internet Explorer the Modern Times Jesus?

By | August 16, 2010 | 122 Comments

Before we begin… If you are easily offended Christian, just skip this post.
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TabCandy Comes to Firefox 4 Final

By | August 16, 2010 | 28 Comments

TabCandy Comes to Firefox 4 FinalIt looks like the final version of Firefox 4 will have TabCandy (now called Tab Sets) already installed into the browser itself.

Starting from Firefox 4 Beta 4, that is set for August 20th release, users will be able to enjoy enhanced tabs functionality.

If you haven’t heard about TabCandy yet, check the following post.


Google Chrome to Phone Now Available

By | August 14, 2010 | 6 Comments

During the press event in San Francisco, Google has announced the availability of Chrome to Phone extension.

What does it do?
Basically, it allows you to send currently selected text, links, maps, etc. from your Chrome web browser to any Android 2.2 devices.



A List of Web Browser Ad-Blockers

By | August 13, 2010 | 10 Comments

A List of Web Browser Ad-BlockersDid you know that there are over 30 ad block plugins and extensions for the top 5 web browsers?

Well, now you do. (as the domain name suggests) is a web site that lists a ton of ad blockers for Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Opera and Safari web browsers. Great resource, if you are interested in such tools.

Thanks to Nox for the news tip.


Internet Explorer 9 Launching on September 15th

By | August 13, 2010 | 8 Comments

Internet Explorer 9 Launching on September 15th

It’s finally happening. IE team has just announced the launch of Internet Explorer 9 Beta that will take place in San Francisco on September 15th.

This appears to be one of the most anticipated product launches this year.

Furthermore, this could mark the new era of IE breed with faster and more frequent updates. Who knows, maybe by the time Windows 8 is released, we will already have Internet Explorer 10.

Thanks to Daniel Hendrycks and RamaSubbu SK for the news tip.


Are Opera Users the Most Valuable?

By | August 12, 2010 | 76 Comments

Are Opera Users the Most Valuable?Thanks to Sarah from Infolinks, we have received an exclusive study (that will be published in the official Infolinks Metrics Center sometime next week) on browser users behavior.

About the study
By using data from over 30 000 publishers that generated over 40 million banner impressions, Infolinks monitored Click Through Rate (CTR) and Cost Per Thousand (CPM) ratios to find out, which browser users tend to click/view ads more often.
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Google Chrome 6 Beta Improves Performance, Again

By | August 12, 2010 | 9 Comments

Yesterday, Google has released the Beta version of Chrome 6 web browser that not only increases JavaScript performance but also brings an AutoFill feature.

According to the test results, Google Chrome 6 has ~15% edge over Chrome 5 in SunSpider and V8 JavaScript benchmarks.
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