Author Archive: Vygantas
Vygantas is a former web designer whose projects are used by companies such as AMD, NVIDIA and departed Westood Studios. Being passionate about software, Vygantas began his journalism career back in 2007 when he founded FavBrowser.com. Having said that, he is also an adrenaline junkie who enjoys good books, fitness activities and Forex trading.
“eBay scammers have been exploiting unpatched vulnerabilities in the Firefox and Internet Explorer browsers to deliver counterfeit pages that try to dupe people surfing the online auction house to bid on fraudulent listings.”
Continue reading at The Register
If you are a hardcore Hotmail and Safari user, then mail check issue is not a new thing for you. Fortunately, there’s a quick way to fix that.
Preferences > Show Menu Bar
Preferences > Advanced > Check “Show Develop menu in menu bar”
Once developer menu appears, go to:
Developer > User Agent and pick “Opera 9.63 – Windows”
This is it. Enjoy your browsing experience.
Today Opera Labs introduced a new technology called Opera Fingertouch. As you might already guess from its name, it is a touch based technology.
From Opera Labs:
“Today we introduce Fingertouch, a technology designed to make interacting with the Web easier and simpler on these touch-based devices. Continue Reading
“Free Software Foundation Europe today announces that it will support the European Commission’s antitrust investigation against Microsoft and to this effect it has formally requested to be admitted as an interested third party.”
Continue reading at FSFEurope
Thanks to mabdul for sending this.
As reported yesterday, Firefox 3.0x branch security and stability update 3.0.7 has been released and can be downloaded here.
Firefox 3.0.7 includes 3 new languages: Estonian, Kannada, and Telugu as well as various fixes.
For a complete list of changes, please check “What’s New in Firefox 3.0.7″ section.
The upcoming Firefox release (Shiretoko) which is currently in development will be released as Firefox 3.5 instead of the planed 3.1. It should be noted, that Firefox Beta 3 which is going to be released within 5 days will still have 3.1 tag.
According to the meeting notes, the following decision was made due to many changes, or as it says “3.1 -> 3.5 to indicate increased scope”
From Beta News
“The European Commission will scale back its oversight of Microsoft’s documentation efforts, says a statement which makes some surprising concessions.”
“The 2004 Statement of Objections is a separate affair from the Statement issued in January, which concerns the EC’s objections to Microsoft continuing to bundle Internet Explorer with Windows.”
The third and long awaited beta of Firefox 3.1 series will be released on March 10th.
As for Firefox 3.0.7 security and stability update, it’s coming tomorrow.