If you have not yet received an update notification, then here is your chance to download the final version of Firefox 12.
While the following build does not bring any significant improvements, it’s update after all and who doesn’t like to run the latest and greatest build?
Unhappy users all over the web, all 3 of them.
Good news, after a lackluster success with the overhyped Opera Unite service, it looks like Opera Software has finally come to fruition and will be discontinuing it along with the Widgets as well as Voice, saving both money and valuable resources.
If previous cash rewards were not enough to encourage you to start sniffing the code, then we have some good news.
Windows XP edition.
Despite very positive Windows 7 reviews, it still remains the #2 operating system, right behind everyone’s beloved Windows XP. And although trend favors Windows 7, it does not mean that the XP users should be left behind. Since Internet Explorer 9 won’t run on this OS, guys at TomsHardware have decided to test IE8 against the top 4 web browsers.
Since the very first alpha release of Opera 12, developers were busy fixing bugs and adding new features.
Recently, Norwegian browser maker has included a camera support in one of its pre-beta release, which, according to our readers, should boost Opera’s HTML5 score by 20 points. However, this is not yet enough to reclaim the number one spot from Maxthon.
As HTML5 is now more mainstream than ever (insert a hipster comment right here), Microsoft has teamed up with a “music star” Jasmine Villegas to create a pretty neat video for her song “Just a Friend”.
Continuing battle across a variety of different fronts, the search giant has issued an update for its Google Chrome web browser.
Still available for the Android Ice Cream Sandwich users only, the following Beta release brings a couple of welcome changes, including:
If you’ve been experiencing lag while scrolling various web pages (especially if surfing them with a zoom level higher than 100%), there we have some good and bad news for you.
Slightly more than 6 months ago, Microsoft has finalized the acquisition of Skype for a total of $8.5 billion. Now, a recent job posting by the software giant has revealed that Microsoft has some big plans for the popular VOIP service or more specifically, the web version of Skype.
If you’ve ever thought that Maxthon is just a peace of UI on top of a rendering engine, then you were wrong.