Mozilla Pushes Out A Critical Firefox Update

By | August 11, 2015 | 0 Comments

Mozilla Pushes Out A Critical Firefox UpdateGrab it now.

As web browsers become increasingly complex with more features added (as well as APIs) every month or so, creative people find new ways to exploit them.

The latest example comes from the built in PDF viewer in Firefox, which was hacked, allowing attackers to browse through your local files and upload them to the remote servers if needed. In addition to that, once the script was executed, it removed itself from the system, making it harder to detect by the consumers.
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Opera Cuts Its Outlook, Looks For A Buyer

By | August 10, 2015 | 0 Comments

Opera Cuts Its Outlook, Looks For A Buyer

For the second time in six months, Opera has cut its performance targets by 5-20% (blaming mobile sector) although is still expected to grow its revenues by around 45% year over year to $146 million
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Surfy Browser Becomes Free

By | August 5, 2015 | 0 Comments

Surfy Browser Becomes FreeRemember the time when Opera was full of ads and you had to pay money to remove them? Apparently, the folks behind Surfy web browser were still relying on the paid browser module, which reminds us of the 90s.

Well, things are about to become normal again as Surfy us finally free as opposed to the previous price of $1.99.
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Opera 31 Gets A 70% Performance Boost

By | August 4, 2015 | 2 Comments

Opera 31 Gets A 70% Performance BoostIn startup speed.

Today, Norwegian browser maker has released the final version of Opera 31, which (among other things) brings a pretty neat, 70% start up boost compared to the previous versions, with most gains being on the computes with slower hard drivers so those rocking SSDs should not see that much of a difference, although everything opens pretty much instantly anyway so…

As far as other features go, Discover feature has been redesigned and now includes a much better layout. On a side note, we would love to see the statistics on how many % of Opera users actually use this feature.
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WhatsApp Web Will Work On Microsoft Edge

By | August 3, 2015 | 0 Comments

WhatsApp Web Will Work On Microsoft EdgeComing sometime in the future.

Earlier this year, WhatsApp has released a web version of its popular messaging client, which enabled Google Chrome users to chat on the web, with Firefox, Opera and Safari users joining the party slightly later. Unfortunately for Internet Explorer or Edge users, their browsers were never compatible.

Well, things are about to change as Microsoft Program Managers have confirmed that the companies are talking (and likely) working on a solution, which will finally enable Edge users (and there are not too many of them yet) to enjoy WhatsApp online web platform.
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Mozilla Complains About The Windows 10

By | July 31, 2015 | 1 Comment

Mozilla Complains About The Windows 10Now here is an interesting piece of drama before the weekend begins. As you might know, Microsoft has started pushing Windows 10 to all the user’s around the globe. However, it looks like Mozilla is not particularly happy with the way software giant is handling updates.

In an open letter, Mozilla’s CEO, Chris Beard said that “the Windows 10 upgrade experience strips users of their choice by effectively overriding existing user preferences for the Web browser and other apps” and that they have tried to work things out but it did not result in any meaningful progress. And this is why they have decided to go public. In addition to that, he claims that it is now much harder for people to use the third party apps and change the default.
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Surfy Browser Receives A Minor Update

By | July 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

Surfy Browser Receives A Minor UpdateOn a slow news day.

Today, one of the most popular web browsers for Windows Phone has received a minor update, bumping the version number to 5.18.3.

The latest build brings bug fixes for the HTML5 games that were not installing properly.

As far as Surfy features go, it includes passcode protection, desktop like tabs, data savings, voice search, YouTube downloader, searchable history and more.
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This Is Microsoft Edge RTM (Screenshots)

By | July 29, 2015 | 1 Comment

This Is Microsoft Edge RTM (Screenshots)RIP IE.

Just like a lot of you, we have received a Windows 10 update notification on our machines today, and as a result, I took an opportunity to provide you with ten screenshots of the final version of Microsoft Edge.

Below you will find the awesome dark theme, site annotations, download manager (which lacks “Save target as”), customizable start page (with or without rss feeds) and more.

There is even a setting to stop using Adobe Flash.
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Firefox 40: Idea Town Is Coming

By | July 28, 2015 | 1 Comment

Firefox 40: Idea Town Is ComingAugust 11th is the date.

While Microsoft has user voice page, it looks like Mozilla is trying different approach with a new program called “Idea Town”, which will allow Firefox users to test new browser features and give feedback.

As stated in the GitHub page, “Idea Town is an opt-in platform for Firefox that facilitates controlled tests of new, high-visibility products in the general release channel. Idea Town will allow us to make informed and user-tested product decisions quickly and without compromising user privacy or experience.”
Continue Reading Updated, Now Supports Microsoft Edge Calling

By | July 27, 2015 | 0 Comments Updated, Now Supports Microsoft Edge CallingJust ahead of the Windows 10 launch, which is happening on July 29th, Microsoft has updated their Skype client on, which enables (for the first time) to take audio and video calls using Microsoft Edge web browser.

However, the good news does not end there. In addition to the audio and video call functionality, Edge users can now also mute Skype alerts and notifications on the web site. While these features are far from game changing, one has to wonder what exactly is Microsoft cooking or are close to finishing, considering that the original Windows 10 launch date was supposed to be October.