Category: Web Browsers
One more web browser for kids is trying to enter the market. This one is called Surf Knight.
Surf Knight is based on Microsoft Internet Explorer (everyone loves IE, right?).
Once you launch it for the first time, it requires you to enter a root password and set some parental settings: Continue Reading
One of the shareware web browsers for Mac OS X has just received an update which includes new version of WebKit, few bug fixes and minor interface changes.
What’s new in this release?
This release is primarily an update to the version of WebKit in use by OmniWeb. OmniWeb is now based on the same WebKit in use by Safari 3.1. This includes the latest security patches and features included with Safari 3.1.x such as downloadable fonts, CSS Animation, HTML 5 media tags and client side database storage. Continue Reading
A new version of Camino web browser is now released. The following release includes few changes such as improved-asblocking and Mozilla Gecko rendering engine upgrade.
Upgraded to version 188.8.131.52 of the Mozilla Gecko rendering engine, which includes several critical security and stability fixes.
Camino again displays expiration dates for Certificate Authorities in the Certificates window.
Camino no longer reads OmniWeb’s “password not saved” markers in the Keychain as valid accounts.
Improved ad-blocking. Continue Reading
Some time ago I’ve received an invitation to try Pogo Web Browser so downloaded Pogo 1.1 Beta and started to play with it.
First thing I noticed during the download process was its size. Pogo is a heavy browser and its installation uses more than 50 megabytes (54.5 MB) of disk space.
It took some time to install it but installation went smooth and without any errors. Continue Reading
Camino 1.6.3 web browser for Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later is now released. This release contains the following improvements over the version 1.6.2:
Upgraded to version 184.108.40.206 of the Mozilla Gecko rendering engine, which includes several critical security and stability fixes.
Flock team just released the world’s first and only fashion and entertainment related browser.
Here’s how the Gloss Edition will treat you:
Be the first to know when you have new messages or content waiting for you.
Stay up on the latest news from over 35 of the best fashion/celeb/entertainment sites on the web.
Get the latest media streams for fashion interviews, red carpet events, and the latest styles. Continue Reading
As wrote before, I was not able to post any news for some time… Well, it’s time to catch up and summarize everything what happened during that period of time.
Opera Dragonfly alpha 2 released
Firefox 220.127.116.11 released
Mozilla Weave 0.2 (aka Opera Link) released
Firefox 3 Sets a Guinness World Record
Opera adds Ask.com search to its Web browser
40% of surfers don’t bother with browser security updates
Study Finds Firefox Users Safest, IE Users Unsafe
Meet the Fennec logo (Firefox Mobile)
Opera 9.51 released
IE8 to have antimalware protection
Opera brings Web standards to classrooms worldwide
Some time ago we’ve posted an article about web browsers security which is based on Secunia reports.
Well, before the Firefox 3 release, it’s time to check how web browsers (latest “stable” versions) are doing now (2nd round).
Web browser for kids from ages 3-12 “KidZui” can now be downloaded for free. I guess by offering a free product, you can surely gain more popularity in a shorter period of time.
KidZui has all the sites and games your kids love and much more. With the KidZui browser, you have access to over 600,000 websites, pictures and videos which were approved by trained parents and teachers. You may learn more about KidZui in their home page and download it here.