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Opera Mini Invades Bada OS

By | May 9, 2012 | 3 Comments

Opera Mini Comes To Bada OS

After the tremendous amount of requests, it looks like Bada, the operating system from Samsung, fans got what they wanted as Opera Software has recently announced the availability of the Opera Mini for the Sammys platform.

Just like you would expect, Opera Mini 6.5.11 made no sacrifices as it includes same and well know features, such as: a Speed Dial, data savings report, visual tabs and more.

You can download it from the SamsungApps web page.

Download RockMelt Beta 5

By | December 28, 2011 | 6 Comments

Download RockMelt Beta 5

Google Chrome on steroids.

Even though the social web browser Flock has been dead for quite some time, it did not stop other companies from trying to cash in with a very similar business model.
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“Occupy Flash” Movement Desires Death Of Flash

By | November 23, 2011 | 24 Comments

"Occupy Flash" Movement Desires Death Of Flash

A small group of website and mobile app developers recently started off an “Occupy Flash” campaign in the hope of putting an end to Adobe’s popular browser plug-in.

The group, which launched a website earlier this week, said its goal was to “Get the world to uninstall the Flash Player plug-in from their desktop browsers.”

Flash Player is dead. Its time has passed. It’s buggy. It crashes a lot. It requires constant security updates. It’s a fossil, left over from the era of closed standards and unilateral corporate control of Web technology. - The Occupy Flash site

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Social Reading Hits RockMelt

By | November 8, 2011 | 0 Comments

Remember when RockMelt announced the Social Reading feature which they believed will revolutionize information sharing on the internet? Well, it’s finally here.

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Amazon’s Silk Criticized By US Congress

By | October 17, 2011 | 5 Comments

Amazon's Silk Criticized By US CongressJoe Barton, a Texas Republican, voiced his discontent about the browser at a public hearing this week, while Ed Markey, a Massachusetts Democrat, urged Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos for more clarity regarding the data collected from Silk users. The reason for the outrage had to do with how everything a user did in Silk, Amazon would know about. This isn’t the first time that Silk has caused privacy concerns to arise either.

Markey went into a bit more detail in a letter addressed to Amazon, stating that Silk is the only browser available for Silk and that Amazon could essentially keep track of each and every click its customers make. This includes knowing where people shop, what products they buy, when they buy them, and how much they pay.
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RockMelt Update Brings Incredible Sharing And More

By | October 13, 2011 | 1 Comment

The newest edition of the RockMelt beta includes new features like thinner Edges and easier App adding. That is not all, however, as the latest update also brings with it a redesigned Share button that lets you share to multiple people and services at same time, this being what RockMelt calls Incredible Sharing. Nevertheless, Social Reading has yet to come.

Incredible Sharing

RockMelt Update Brings Incredible Sharing And More
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Run Ubuntu In Your Browser With HTML5

By | October 13, 2011 | 42 Comments

Run Ubuntu In Your Browser With HTML5

A whole desktop experience recreated using HTML5 to demo what Ubuntu looks like.

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Ask Maxthon Team Anything

By | October 6, 2011 | 19 Comments

Ask Maxthon Team AnythingGood news,

We will be interviewing the Maxthon web browser team shortly and would like to hear some of the feedback from our readers.

So, post your (respectful) questions in the comments section below and the ones with most likes will be sent for the Maxthon folks to answer.

Update: Questions have been sent, thank you for participating!

Amazon’s Silk Raises Privacy, Security Concerns

By | October 3, 2011 | 2 Comments

Amazon's Silk Raises Privacy, Security ConcernsRemember 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.
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Amazon’s New Silk Redefines Browser Tech

By | September 29, 2011 | 11 Comments

Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablet recently launched in New York. What’s more interesting to us is that the company also showed off a bit of potentially radical software technology as well, namely the new browser for the Fire, called Silk.
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