The Acid3 race is getting really intense (and I love that). Right after I’ve posted about Safari’s great results in the Acid3 test (96/100), Fyrd pointed out that the latest Opera 9.5 weekly build is in the lead with the following results: 98/100.
So who will win this race? Go ahead and vote here.
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Almost 3 months after the previous 1.6 release, Camino team is proud to announce that the Camino 1.6 Beta 3 is now released. This version now requires Mac OS X 10.3.9 or higher, got various interface improvements, tabbed browsing improvements, built in software update and much more. You may check Camino 1.6 Beta 3 release notes for more detailed information regarding this version. The major changes and improvements are: Continue Reading
Just a short update regarding the Acid 3 test… Safari team is doing a really great job as the current Safari build is now passing 96/100 Acid 3 tests and is leading in this Acid 3 race.
There’s an interesting article on CNET called “What’s the best beta? IE 8 vs. Opera 9.5 vs. Safari vs. Firefox 3“.
The following article covers the latest beta versions of most popular web browsers (Internet Explorer (IE), Firefox, Safari and Opera (also got a few words about Flock as well)), their recently introduced features and improvements.
Although I’ve missed some conclusions, it’s still worth a read. What’s your conclusion?
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If you haven’t tried Safari yet (or already using it), here’s a great article by Daniel Miessler about Safari’s web browser powerfull features for you to check.
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Hope you are enjoying your weekend.
Just a few months ago Extend Firefox 2 has ended. As the contest was really successful, Mozilla team has decided to start another one. Yes, Extend Firefox 3 is here.
Contest entries will be accepted until 11:59pm Pacific Time on July 4th, 2008.
Winners will be announced on or about August 4th, 2008.
What about prizes? Continue Reading
More news about Opera Dragonfly… It looks like the web page was updated (hidden comment is now removed as well). New Opera Dragonfly web page now offers an opportunity to subscribe into Opera’s products mailing list, got some “sneaky” stuff as well as the following text: Continue Reading
The Technical Evangelist, Daniel Goldman decided to leave Opera Software and focus on something else, “work on something new” as he said. He’s been working in Opera Software for more than 1 year (past 1 year and a half) and always helped me with lot; from Opera related stuff to web design and coding. Thanks Daniel, best of luck for you and your new projects.
After working the past year and a half with some very talented people, I’ve decided to leave Opera and work on something new.
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