Some time ago Opera Software announced that they are offering some job positions again which includes designers and programmers. On Thursday they’ve released a “promo” video which is called “Opera Software Jobs” and can be seen on YouTube. What do you think about it?
Here’s a great article by LifeHacker for you. It’s about “Top 10 Firefox 3 Features“. Worth a read.
Opera Mini team just released a minor update for Opera Mini 4.1. They’ve reported that this release fixes BlackBerry and Palm related mobile phones issues. As for everyone else, you don’t have to update it, unless you want to.
Fixed Bugs: Continue Reading
One of the most popular add-ons for Internet Explorer 7 and 8 just got an update. IE7Pro 2.3 now offers faster browsing on IE browsers, session manager, new ActiveXObject interface and much more.
Here’s a full changelog: Continue Reading
This data includes Opera Mini Growth, Transcoded Pages, Consumed Data and other data. Shall we begin?
Opera Mini – the world’s most popular mobile web browser continues its tremendous growth. It’s almost reached 45 000 000 cumulative users per month. Take a look at this graph: Continue Reading
While Firefox 3 is almost finished, Mozilla is already planning Firefox 3.1 and Firefox 4 release dates and revealing some of the upcoming features.
Firefox 3.1 Continue Reading
Some time ago Mozilla CEO complained about evil Apple Software Update, where Safari web browser was selected by default, “forcing” them to install it.
Guess what, now Mozilla does that. Continue Reading
It’s funny to watch how spam “technologies” are getting smarter. Check this one:
It’s here. Mozilla team has released Firefox 3 RC1 which can be downloaded here.
The following release brings lots of improvements, changes and bug fixes. In fact, Gecko 1.9 (the platform on which Firefox 3 is based) has more than 14 000 updates. Overall, Firefox 3 includes security improvements such as malware protection, secure add-on updates, antivirus integration and much more. Continue Reading
After “Firefox to Track User Data?” post, there were lots of bad comments regarding this new feature. People all over the internet started to express their opinion (from posts like “go to hell” to “Firefox is spyware”, etc). Some of them are already looking for a replacement of their favorite browser. Continue Reading