Firefox 3 Will Support Web Page Content Editing

By | June 30, 2007 | 0 Comments

Firefox team keeps adding features to their new web browser, as you know it’s called Firefox 3 (codename Gran Paradiso).

This time they announced “web pages content editing” support for Firefox 3, while Internet Explorer and Safari already got this feature, it’s not so advanced like Firefox one (still i ndevelopment). So now you can edit sections which are marked with contentEditable = “true”.

Opera Mini Dimension Receives New Banners

By | June 29, 2007 | 0 Comments

If you like to promote your favorite products and Opera Mini is one of them, check it now, now you have some new banners to promote Opera Mini Dimension.

Dimension - A new version of Opera Mini

And a few more, you can check them here.

Today Is That Day – Firefox 3 Alpha 6

By | June 29, 2007 | 1 Comment

We should will have Firefox 3 Alpha 6 release today and I am pretty excited about that. Alpha 6 will be the last release in “Alpha” series.

After Firefox 3 Alpha 6 release we should wait till the the next month (July) end in order to enjoy Firefox 3 Beta 1.

Waiting for the news…

Get Ready And Update Your Firefox Browser

By | June 29, 2007 | 0 Comments

As Mozilla told us, Firefox 1.5.0.12 will be the last release ever in the Firefox 1.5 series, in order to help Firefox 1.5 users update their browsers into Firefox 2.0 more easily, they have developed an easy update system to do that.

Firefox 1.5 to 2.0

Firefox 1.5 to 2.0 New

We are rollling major update starting this afternoon (Thu, June 28, afternoon PDT).

BlackBerry Browser vs. Opera Mini

By | June 27, 2007 | 0 Comments

What? BlackBerry Browser??? That’s right. BlackBerry Browser is currently in development and it’s planned for BlackBerry Pearl 2 or so.

There should be some really cool features, well… Actually I know only one now which is really exciting, it’s a tabbed browsing.

Here are some screenshots of the BlackBerry Browser.

BlackBerry Browser Screenshot 1

BlackBerry Browser Screenshot 2

BlackBerry Browser Screenshot 3

Althought it’s currently lacks of interface but looks promising. You may also vote in the ZDNet poll: New BlackBerry browser or Opera Mini?

New Stuff In The Mozilla Store Soon (Firefox T-Shirts)

By | June 27, 2007 | 1 Comment

If you are a big fan of Firefox this might be interesting for you. They will be adding new items to Mozilla Store (later in the summer). One of those are brand new design T-Shirts.

Yes, soon we will have a brand new design Firefox T-Shirts in the Mozilla Store.

Firefox T-Shirts

I must say that they do look much better than those in the right (Firefox logo only) as they don’t concentrate just on the logo anymore (which says not much).

Download Free Nintendo Wii Opera Browser

By | June 27, 2007 | 22 Comments

If you own a great Nintendo Wii device and haven’t tried Opera for Wii yet, make sure you try it now for free, as on Sunday it will cost 5 USD (500 Wii points).

You can do so many cool things with it. Watch Youtube videos, play flash games and just surf the net.

Learn more about Wii Opera powered browser here.

Use Firefox Extension To Protect Your Privacy

By | June 26, 2007 | 0 Comments

Want to protect your privacy? Stanford SafeCache extension for Firefox might be one of the ways to do that. This plugin can protect you against various cache-based tracking techniques.

It allows embedded content to be cached, but segments the cache according to the domain of the originating page.

After installation you will be able to Enable or Disable it.

It’s not much, but if you really want to do that, feel free and try this extension.

Are You From Silicon Valley? Opera Needs You

By | June 26, 2007 | 0 Comments

Opera Software is openning an office with around 10 employees in Sillicon Valley which should help them to expand business and manage the partnership in the US, as there are many big companies located in Silicon Valley, for example: Google and Yahoo.

This move should also help them to get more attention in the US among the web users and promote Opera web browser more aggressively.

Check their job listings if you are interested.

Firefox 3 Will Remember Site Preferences

By | June 26, 2007 | 1 Comment

Firefox 3 (codename Gran Paradiso) will remember site preferences.

What does it means?

It means that if you will zoom domain.com while visiting, next time Firefox 3 automatically resize text to your specified one. And that’s not all. There are more good news as well, it will not only remember zoom preferences but also: JavaScript, Images, Language, Cookies, Character Encoding and much more! This is good news for current and potential Firefox users.

I am not sure if Firefox 3 Alpha 6 or Firefox Alpha 7 will be able to do that, but Firefox 3 final do that for sure and that’s a good thing.