As yet another month has passed by, it’s time to find out, how browsers market share has evolved over past 30 days.
Surprisingly, Internet Explorer has increased its market share by 0.57 point, from 59.75% to 60.32%.
Firefox market share has been consolidating for a while now. This time it went down from 24.32% to 23.81%, 0.51 point decrease.
Opera 10.60 offers a couple of new features, such as: additional HTML5 elements support, Geolocation and WebM support, search suggestions for Bing and Wikipedia, up to 50% performance improvements (thanks to Presto 2.6.30 rendering engine), improved interface, stability and more.
US Bank Chase has decided to stop supporting Opera and Chrome web browsers, implying security issues and low popularity.
Therefore, people who use browsers other than: Internet Explorer 6.0 and higher, Firefox 2.0 and higher or Safari 3.0 and higher (for Mac systems only), may not be able to access Chase web site.
After dozens of daily/weekly builds, Opera 10.60 has reached RC quality and was released by Opera Software earlier today.
As you might expect, it focuses on web browser polishing, stability and over improvements.
Now, if you are receiving “Unable to initialize camera. Failed to set up the camera device” error on your HTC device (possibly any other Windows Mobile phone) and had no luck with soft reset, try the following:
Open task manager and make sure that Opera Mobile is not running, and close if it is. Now, I am not sure why it’s impossible to take pictures or record videos while you surf the net with Opera Mobile (as it makes very little sense), but here you have it, a quick and painless fix.
In yesterday’s press release, Opera Software and Russian mobile operator MegaFon, has announced a new partnership, under which MegaFon’s “Unlimited Internet with Opera Mini” package will be made available to all Russian territories (that’s more than 53 million mobile subscribers total).
Back in September 2009, MegaFon signed a similar deal that provided unlimited mobile web access to Moscow region only.
However, as press release says: