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.
And it won’t be released (yet). As in the interview with one of the Opera guys it was said:
Opera’s engineers have developed a version of Opera Mini that can run on an Apple iPhone, but Apple won’t let the company release it because it competes with Apple’s own Safari browser.
Oh Come On!
Thanks to haavard for the source.
Here’s a great toy for your web browser: Inquisitor, which was accrued by Yahoo Inc. some time ago.
Here’s something for you. An experimental Firefox 3.1 build was released earlier today with multitouch support which will work on any latest MacBook.
The following gestures are:
Swipe Left: Go back in history [bonus! hold Cmd to open it in a tab]
Swipe Right: Go forwards in history Continue Reading
Earlier this month Opera Software released Opera 9.60 Final and just a few weeks after, 9.61 is already here. This release fixes Opera Link issues as well as few other bugs.
Fixed an issue with Opera Link which could generate duplicate bookmarks during the synchronization process
The image toggle button on the status bar is now a normal button, and does not have a menu Continue Reading
It’s about time. Looks like Opera Mobile 9.5 development takes a while. As it states in the blog post, there were more than just 1 release today:
Opera Mobile for Windows Mobile v9.5 beta2 (w/widget support)
Opera Mobile for Symbian UIQ v9.5 beta (w/widget support)
An updated Opera Widgets SDK
A developer version of Opera Widgets for Symbian Series60 (only available in the Widget SDK)
An updated widgets.opera.com with several mobile-optimized widgets Continue Reading
If you use Firefox on more than one computer, you’ll want Foxmarks.
Install Foxmarks on each computer, and it works silently in the background to keep your bookmarks and (optionally) passwords synchronized. Foxmarks also keeps your data backed up and safe from computer failures. If you’re away from your computer, Foxmarks allows you to access your bookmarks online by logging into my.foxmarks.com.
I love Wednesdays, many great releases all the time. Few more today, Flash Player 10 is finally out of the beta and a new version of Silverlight is also released.