Archive for October, 2011
Fully compatible with Firefox only.
If you are keen on trying Gladius, Mozilla’s 3D browser engine, then today is that day.
In the official blog announcement, an open source organization has revealed its ambition to push the 3D gaming into the web, and that’s exactly what latest project of Mozilla (codenamed Paladin) does.
- Internet Explorer 9 on Windows 7 Passes 30% Share in the US
- CSS3 text-shadow in IE10
- IE9 Mobile Developer Overview
- Double Trojan infects IE, Firefox in one swoop
- Firefox devs mull dumping Java to stop BEAST attacks
- Top 9 Firefox fixes
- Firefox 3.6.23 security update now available
- Google’s Chrome browser: Coming soon to Android?
- Google Chrome Stable and Beta Channel Updates
- Google Chrome Dev Channel Update
- Opera: Amazon’s Silk Browser is Flattering, But Five Years Late
- Opera: A shining new [bookmark] star
- HTML5 Template Generators, Frameworks And Tools
[Thanks, Ichan, RamaSubbu SK, Shane Bundy]
A long time ago, Opera has released an experimental browser build that supports everyone’s loved hardware acceleration.
However, ever since then, there was little to no talk regarding estimated release date of the public build.
Chrome users began reporting the specious detection of the browser early Friday in a quickly growing thread on a Google support forum.
Numerous users complained in Google Forums about the warnings they received in Microsoft Security Essentials, a free, consumer grade anti virus software from Microsoft. According to various reports, WSE identified a problem with Google Chrome web browser and has tagged it as: PWS:Win32/Zbot.
Remember Amazon’s new web browser Silk that is being included with the Kindle Fire? Well, it’s gotten some security and privacy experts to start thinking!
In a short FAQ about Silk, Amazon conveyed that it will handle the encrypted traffic between consumers and websites secured with SSL (secure socket layer), such as log in pages, other shopping sites, and online banking sessions.
Includes Twitter search and more.
Despite the last week’s Firefox 7 Final announcement, Mozilla has been working hard and already finished the Firefox 8 Beta build for you to play with.
Although you might expect just some minor changes, don’t be fooled, it includes more than that:
– Twitter Search is now in the default search engines list.