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.
Opera Mini team just released a minor update for Opera Mini 4.1. They’ve reported that this release fixes BlackBerry and Palm related mobile phones issues. As for everyone else, you don’t have to update it, unless you want to.
Fixed Bugs: Continue Reading
This data includes Opera Mini Growth, Transcoded Pages, Consumed Data and other data. Shall we begin?
Opera Mini – the world’s most popular mobile web browser continues its tremendous growth. It’s almost reached 45 000 000 cumulative users per month. Take a look at this graph: Continue Reading
It’s here. Mozilla team has released Firefox 3 RC1 which can be downloaded here.
The following release brings lots of improvements, changes and bug fixes. In fact, Gecko 1.9 (the platform on which Firefox 3 is based) has more than 14 000 updates. Overall, Firefox 3 includes security improvements such as malware protection, secure add-on updates, antivirus integration and much more. Continue Reading
After “Firefox to Track User Data?” post, there were lots of bad comments regarding this new feature. People all over the internet started to express their opinion (from posts like “go to hell” to “Firefox is spyware”, etc). Some of them are already looking for a replacement of their favorite browser. Continue Reading
How does it sound? I’ll start with a quote from John’s Blog which should explain everything:
So we asked ourselves what we can do to help unlock some of this latent potential — and started thinking about whether there’s a project we can do at Mozilla that does a few things:
Collects & shares data in a way that embodies the user control & privacy options which are at Mozilla’s core.
Enables everyone — from individual researchers and entrepreneurs (both the social and capitalist types) to the largest organizations in the world — to take usage data, mix it up, mash it up, derive insight, and hopefully share some of that insight with others.
Helps move the conversation around data collection and web usage forward, to help consumers make more informed decisions.
It seems obvious to us that there’s lots to be done here, and lots that we can do, if we can work with our broad community to figure it out.