March, 2014 Mobile Market Share: Safari, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer – Up; Android Browser, Opera Mini – Down

By | April 10, 2014 | 0 Comments


Another month, another report.

Starting with Safari, Apple’s web browser seen an increase of 0.39 point, up from 53.52% to 53.91%.
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Google Wants Business To Ditch Windows XP For Chromebook

By | April 9, 2014 | 1 Comment

Google Wants Business To Ditch Windows XP For ChromebookChromebooks for Business.

With the recent death of Windows XP, it looks like the search giant is trying to gamble on this very fact and has created a special offer for busineness.

According to the recent blog post, Google will offer a $100 discount for each Chromebook purchase and/or $200 off Chromebooks for Business with VMware Desktop as a Service (DaaS).
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Internet Explorer 6 Is No More

By | April 8, 2014 | 2 Comments

Internet Explorer 6 Is No MoreAnd nothing of value was lost.

Today marks an important day to all of you who are still using Internet Explorer 6 (why would you?). With today‘s death of Windows XP support, the software giant will also stop releasing new updates for IE6, the browser we love to hate.

As far as the usage goes, it currently holds 4.15% of the market share, down from 4.65%, so far, so good.

First Chrome OS Tablet Might Be Coming This Month

By | April 7, 2014 | 4 Comments

First Chrome OS Tablet Might Be Coming This MonthApril 29 is the date.

If you’ve been dreaming about a tablet running Google’s Chrome OS then April might as well be the month when your dreams do come true.

According to ZDNet, Acer is planning an event at the end of April where the company will reveal all kinds of hardware, including a possible Chrome OS tablet, which so far remains a mystery.

On a scale from one to ten, how excited are you? You can’t pick -1.

Mozilla CEO Resigns Over Gay Drama

By | April 4, 2014 | 2 Comments

Mozilla CEO Resigns Over Gay DramaIs it over?

It looks like Mozilla is about to get a new CEO as the most recent one, Brendan Eich has just resigned over the support of anti-gay marriage bill. The news come after a couple of Eich’s interviews where he repeatedly said that he will not resign over this issue. All sources claim that it was his own decision and that it wasn’t forced by the board.

According to recode, Mozilla Executive Chairwoman Mitchell Baker “became emotional at one point during the interview – noted that she was “doing a fair amount of self-reflection and I am wondering how did I miss it that this would matter more when he was the CEO.”
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Microsoft Lists IE11 Developer Improvements

By | April 3, 2014 | 1 Comment

Microsoft Lists IE11 Developer Improvements

During yesterday’s BUILD conference, the software giant has listed a bunch of Internet Explorer 11 improvements that should ease off some of the developer headaches and/or improve the overall user experience.
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Maxthon For Windows Phone Updated

By | April 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

Maxthon For Windows Phone UpdatedBuild 1.3.0.1000.

Recently, a new version of Maxthon web browser has been released for your enjoyment, which includes a handful of new features, that are yet to come to Microsoft’s own Internet Explorer.

Here’s what you can epxect:
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Windows Phone 8.1: Internet Explorer 11 (Video)

By | April 2, 2014 | 2 Comments

With today’s Windows Phone 8.1 announcement, guys at WPCentral did a quick hands on video of IE11, which includes features like InPrivate browsing, reader view and password manager (finally).

Check it out.

OkCupid Asks Users To Stop Using Firefox

By | April 2, 2014 | 3 Comments

OkCupid Asks Users To Stop Using FirefoxAnd the drama continues…

We hope that this was the April fool’s joke but in case it’s not, it looks like the new Mozilla CEO story is far from over.

In case you haven’t been following the news, back in 2008 Brendan Eich made a $1000 donation to support California’s Proposition 8 (anti-gay marriage), which now made a lot of people upset as he became the CEO of Mozilla.
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Download Opera 21 Next

By | April 1, 2014 | 4 Comments

Download Opera 21 NextAura, aura, aura.

Good news, the latest “Next” build of Opera 21 now includes a support for Aura, a hardware accelerated rendering for things like browser menus, buttons, dialogs, etc. Basically, Aura is the UI stack developed by Google that utilizes GPU whenever possible, increases performance and yes, Chrome has it too.

As far as major changes go that’s pretty much it for the Opera 21 Next, with one more feature being an ability to show the full URL in the address bar when advanced settings are enabled.
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