Microsoft Made A New Font For IE11′s Reading View

By | March 5, 2014 | 2 Comments

Microsoft Made A New Font For IE11’s Reading ViewToday, Microsoft has published an article about Internet Explorer’s reading mode, which, just as you might expect, focuses on the required content delivery and its readability.

In order to achieve that, the software giant has designed a new font called Sitka and according to Microsoft, it’s “the first typeface family designed with scientific legibility studies integrated directly into the design process”.
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February, 2014 Mobile Market Share: Android Browser, Google Chrome, Opera Mini, Internet Explorer – Up; Safari – Down

By | March 3, 2014 | 1 Comment


Another month, another report.

Kicking things off with Safari, Apple’s web browser saw a decrease in its market share numbers, down from 54.97% to 53.52% (1.45 decrease).
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Microsoft Research: SurroundWeb

By | March 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

Do you remember Microsoft’s IllumiRoom project (see video above)? Then you’ll be happy to know that this very same concept has been applied to the web browsing.

Basically, it’s a 3D Browser that displays data across multiple surfaces in your room (adapting to them too) and allowing you to interact using natural user input.
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Windows Phone 8.1: Internet Explorer 11 Hands On (Video)

By | February 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

Even though we’ve already reported a majority of the upcoming Internet Explorer 11 Mobile features, it looks like guys at UnleashThePhones have got their hands on the device running one of the WP 8.1 builds.

As you can see in the video above, there’s a setting to remember passwords, adjust reading view font size, a stop / refresh button inside the address bar and more.
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Firefox OS Update Coming: New Features, Revamped UI

By | February 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

Firefox OS Update Coming: New Features, Revamped UIExpected in the coming months,

During MWC 2014 conference, Mozilla has announced a number of changes that are coming to its Firefox OS, which are mostly user experience oriented.

For those that want to have the smoothest experience possible, the open source organization rewrote the part of the software that controls panning and scrolling when touch (your finger) is involved. Result? Much more fluid and responsive navigation.
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Kaspersky Safe Browser Now On Windows Phone

By | February 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Kaspersky Safe Browser Now On Windows PhoneCompetes with AVG Family Safety browser.

Even though Windows Phone is a pretty safe and secure OS already, there’s something extra, in case you enjoy browsing shady web sites and need one more layer of protection.

During MWC 2014 Event, Kaspersky has announced Safe Browser, which protects users from malicious and phishing web sites, so yes, just a basic browser with a filter, as simple as that.
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$25 Firefox OS Phone? Why Not!

By | February 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

$25 Firefox OS Phone? Why Not!Now here’s something pretty awesome.

During MWC 2014 conference, Mozilla has announced a deal with Spreadtrum (a fabless semiconductor), which should bring Firefox OS phone to the masses and emerging markets.

How so? Well, as you might have guessed from the title, one of such devices would only cost $25, thanks to the SC6821 chipset.
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Internet Explorer 11 Mobile: More Details Leaks

By | February 23, 2014 | 1 Comment

Internet Explorer 11 Mobile: More Details LeaksIf you are hungry for more IE11 Mobile details, which is coming later this year, then good news.

According to latest leaks, among previously reported things, Internet Explorer update will also include:

- Password sync, something users have been requesting for ages
- WebGL, pretty self-explanatory, an API for 2D and 3D rendering
- … and finally, a fix for YouTube videos, allowing you to watch them in either full screen or not without leaving the page (IE10 currently opens a media player once you hit the play button) .
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Opera Max Beta Coming To Western Europe

By | February 19, 2014 | 2 Comments

Opera Max Beta Coming To Western EuropeEveryone else will have to wait.

Good news, according to the latest report, Opera Max, the data compression technology for Android devices, will soon be available for Western European users.

If you haven’t heard about Opera Max already, it’s more than just a data saver for your web browser, instead, if compresses all the data: app data, videos, pictures and more.
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Google Will Bring Windows Apps To Chromebooks

By | February 18, 2014 | 1 Comment

Google Will Bring Windows Apps To ChromebooksThe power of cloud.

It looks like the war between Microsoft and Google is about to intensify. According to the latest report, the search giant has partnered with VMware to bring traditional desktop applications to Chromebook machines.

While it’s not a native nor ideal solution, VMware’s Desktop as a Service (DaaS) solution will give customers a good enough reason to at least consider getting one.
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