Download Firefox 22 Final

By | June 26, 2013 | 9 Comments

Download Firefox 22 FinalOdinMonkey is here.

Just recently, Mozilla has released the final stable build of Firefox 22 web browser, which brings some very welcome changes and new features.

So what exactly does it bring to the table? As we mentioned earlier, Firefox 22 now has WebRTC and brilliant asm.js optimizations module enabled by default, which will bring amazing performance improvements to your web browser.
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Watch //BUILD/ 2013 Livestream Here

By | June 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

Watch BUILD 2013 Livestream HereIE11 is coming.

As Microsoft is gearing up to release a ton of info about its upcoming products, web browser enthusiasts should also be excited as there are more than just a few Internet Explorer sessions, in fact, a total of 7 will be streamed live, covering everything from WebGl to new developer tools.

So where’s a full list of all the IE sessions? Don’t worry, we got you covered.
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AdLeaks: A Whistleblower Friendly Web Technology

By | June 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

Researchers Working On A Whistleblower Friendly Web
The power of the web.

Now here’s an interesting take on leaking private data. Researchers in Germany are working on a new, ad based platform that would allow whistleblowers to share the information without compromising their positions.

And here is how it works: a web site will embed AdLeaks ad, which contains a code capable of encrypting an empty message with the AdLeaks public key and sending it back to their servers.
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Internet Explorer 11 May Include “Click to Call” Feature

By | June 24, 2013 | 1 Comment

Internet Explorer 11 May Include “Click to Call” FeatureDespite the fact that Skype already installs a third party add-on that allows you to call directly from the web browser, it looks like Internet Explorer will have this ability out of the box and best of all? It’s not just limited to Skype.

According to the leaked documents, phone numbers within web pages will appear as links and open a dialing app, which can be configured in “Default Programs” window.
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UC Browser 3 Released

By | June 21, 2013 | 1 Comment

UC Browser 3 Released

Boasts 300 million global users.

It looks like we won’t see Firefox or Chrome on Windows Phone anytime soon so here is something that has slipped under our radar: UC Browser 3.0.

Although it does not bring any user interface changes like Dolphin (not like there is something wrong with it anyway), there are still a couple of new things that might get you interested.
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Dolphin Browser 10 For Android Released (Hands On Video)

By | June 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

Dolphin Browser 10 For Android Released (Hands On Video)80 million installs and counting.

Good news for all you Dolphin users out there, guys at Mobotap Inc. have just revealed the 10th version of its Android web browser, which, unlike Chrome or Firefox releases, is a major one.

So what’s new in this build? Starting with design, Dolphin Browser has received a user interface overhaul, focusing on ease of use and quick access to various features (such as swiping to reveal browser menu, tab lists and so on). In addition to that, you can now pin web apps to your home screen and there are over 200 of them, from Facebook to Twitter.
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Rockmelt Comes To Android

By | June 20, 2013 | 0 Comments

Rockmelt Comes To Android

Ad free, at least for now.

Remember Rockmelt, a social web browser that was canned and then turned into a news aggregator? Well, half year after introducing the iOS version, guys at Rockmelt team have finally released the Android specific app, which targets bigger screens.
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AdBlock Comes To Internet Explorer

By | June 19, 2013 | 5 Comments

AdBlock Comes To Internet ExplorerIf the only reason for not using Microsoft’s Internet Explorer was a lack of official AdBlock extension, then we got some great news for you.

Guys at AdBlock have just released the very first build of its highly popular add-on that will work with IE8 and above. Unfortunately, due to platform limitations, it’s for x86 instruction set only and the add-on must be running a desktop version of Internet Explorer, so no more Metro for you.

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Microsoft Adds Pointer Events To Firefox

By | June 18, 2013 | 3 Comments

Microsoft Adds Pointer Events To Firefox

Back in 2012, Microsoft has started working on Pointer Events, a new web standard (which is already marked as a Candidate Recommendation by W3C) that would allow web sites to accept inputs from quite a few different sources, such as a touchscreen and pen, has now gained even more traction.

Just before year’s end, Microsoft released a patch that brought Pointer Events specifications to all WebKit web browsers, followed by Blink patch earlier this year.
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Google To Retire Chrome Frame

By | June 17, 2013 | 3 Comments

vaGoogle To Retire Chrome Frame January 2014 is the date.

Back in 2009, Google launched Chrome Frame, a plug-in that aimed to modernize the older versions of Internet Explorer by bringing WebKit capabilities to Microsoft’s platform, although they weren’t particularly happy about that.

The good news? Thanks to competition, web browsers (especially IE) got so much better over the last few years and as a result, Google is retiring Chrome frame.

If you would like to relive the excitement of Chrome Frame, check the video below:
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