Google Asks Firefox Users To Switch Back

By | March 16, 2015 | 3 Comments

Google Asks Firefox Users To Switch BackWith a giant ad.

As you might remember, Mozilla and Google have parted their ways and decided not to renew the default search engine agreement, fortunately for the open source organization, Yahoo! stepped in and both companies have signed a new deal, which also lead in an increase of market share for the search giant.

Well, it looks like Google is no longer happy with the new deal as they started asking Firefox users to set Google as their default search engine:
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Download Opera 29 Developer Preview

By | March 13, 2015 | 0 Comments

Download Opera 29 Developer PreviewWith tons of new features.

Recently, Norwegian browser maker has released quite an update for its developer preview branch, which should bring joy to the advanced Opera users.

So what exactly is new in this build?
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Google Releases Chromebook Pixel 2015

By | March 12, 2015 | 0 Comments

Google Releases Chromebook Pixel 2015Keeps the high price tag.

Not so long ago one of the spokesman at Google revealed that the search giant was working on a new version of Chromebook Pixel, which is due soon.

Well, the curtains have finally been lifted and here is what you will get:
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February, 2015 Desktop Market Share: Google Chrome, Opera – Up; Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari – Down

By | March 11, 2015 | 2 Comments


It’s time to do the desktop.

As Microsoft continues to work on Spartan, it’s predecessor is in a downtrend as last month Internet Explorer’s market share decreased again (by 0.8 point this time), down from 58.18% to 57.38%
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Latest Spartan Build Includes Experimental Title Bar

By | March 10, 2015 | 0 Comments

Latest Spartan Build Includes Experimental Title BarShows work still in progress.

Now here’s a small piece of info for you. Assuming you’ve been looking at the latest leaked screenshots, there was a setting to enable experimental title bar, which does away with the unnecessary space at the top.

Therefore, we strongly believe that the final version of Spartan will look like the image below (aka much better):
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Internet Explorer On Windows Phone 10 Preview Supports Live Streaming

By | March 10, 2015 | 0 Comments

Internet Explorer On Windows Phone 10 Preview Supports Live StreamingFinally.

Even though Spartan was not yet released for either Windows 10 or Windows 10 for Phones, it looks like the developer preview build of Internet Explorer includes one of the widely requested and missed features: ability to play live stream videos, at least on YouTube.

On a slightly negative note, the newly leaked pictures of yet unreleased Windows 10 for Phones (Build 10038.12518) still comes with the Internet Explorer rather than much anticipated Project Spartan.

Stay tuned.
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February, 2015 Mobile Market Share: Safari, Opera Mini, Internet Explorer – Up, Google Chrome, Android Browser – Down

By | March 9, 2015 | 0 Comments


Another month, another report.
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More Spartan Screenshots Leak

By | March 6, 2015 | 0 Comments

More Spartan Screenshots LeakShow what’s in store.

Following the recently released video, here comes a bunch of Spartan screenshots, revealing new features and continuous work on the user interface.

So what exactly was shown? Take a look:
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Download Firefox 38 (x86-64 / 64 Bit) Developer Edition

By | March 5, 2015 | 1 Comment

Download Firefox 38 (x86-64 / 64 Bit) Developer EditionAre you ready for some games?

Back when we started this blog, 64 bit software and browsers especially were just a dream. Now, it seems like everyone is working or already has one.

Latest to join the party (on Windows) is Mozilla, which has recently released the 64 bit version of Firefox dubbed Developer Edition.
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Google Rejects Mozilla’s Summer of Code 2015 Application

By | March 4, 2015 | 1 Comment

Google Rejects Mozilla’s Summer of Code 2015 ApplicationNow here’s something for all you conspiracy theorists out there.

As you might remember, Mozilla and Google did not sign a new agreement and Yahoo! became a default search engine on Firefox, which also resulted in a pretty healthy market share increase for the third largest search engine in the US.

Now, it looks like Mozilla was not accepted to Google’s Summer of Code 2015 event; and before you grab your pitchforks and head over to the search giant’s headquarters, we should note that there are fewer organizations on the accepted list (190 in 2014 compared to 137 this year), including Linux Foundation, Tor, etc.
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