Android, iOS, BlackBerry Affected By A Serious WebKit Vulnerability

By | February 29, 2012 | 4 Comments

Android, iOS, BlackBerry Affected By A Serious WebKit VulnerabilityWebKit, a rendering engine used by a variety of mobile web browsers, including Google Chrome and Safari, appears to have a very serious flaw, which allows attackers to take a complete control over your smartphone.

According to George Kurtz, the former CTO of McAffee, who have co-founded a new security startup CrowdStrike and discovered the vulnerability, this means that pretty much every smartphone and tablet has this flaw. He has also confirmed that Windows Phone users were not affected.

No further details were revealed.

[Via Zunited]

Opera Submits Other People Apps Without Permission

By | February 28, 2012 | 7 Comments

Opera Submits Other People Apps Without Permission

As spotted by Engadget, Handster, the Opera Software owned app store, has decided to go ahead and submit its competitor’s web browser, Dolphin HD, to the BlackBerry’s App World. The worst part?

According to MoboTap, a company behind Dolphin HD, they had no idea that their web browser was available in the BlackBerry’s App World. In addition to that, they never authorized such submission and are currently working to fix the mess, which was caused by Handster.
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Download Opera Mobile 12 And Opera Mini Next

By | February 28, 2012 | 7 Comments

Download Opera Mobile 12 And Opera Mini Next

With the release of Google Chrome web browser for Android, it looks like Opera has been cooking a couple of surprises of their own.

First in the list is Opera Mobile 12, which has a plateau of new features, including a Ragnarök HTML5 parser that should improve the overall sites compatibility and bring better web apps to the table. Following other mobile browsers, Opera Mobile 12 for Android now also includes a WebGL support, a feature originally seen in Firefox Mobile in early 2011. What else is new?
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Opera Mobile And Opera Mini For Windows Phone 7

By | February 27, 2012 | 1 Comment

Opera Mobile And Opera Mini For Windows Phone 7

Even though Opera Software has not released the official version of Opera Mobile or Opera Mini for the Windows Phone, it did not stop XDA developers from publishing one of their own.

How does it work?
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Internet Explorer 10 Will Support SkyDrive

By | February 27, 2012 | 5 Comments

Internet Explorer 10 Will Support SkyDriveIf our anonymous tipster is correct, then it looks like Internet Explorer 10 will include the integration of Microsoft’s SkyDrive.

Thanks to the cloud, Windows 8 PC, Windows 8 Tablet and Windows Phone 8 (Apollo) users will be able to enjoy the seamless Internet experience as their data, including bookmarks, passwords, history and Speed Dial, will be synchronized across all the platforms.

With already tight SkyDrive integration in the Windows 8, we are eager to find out what’s next in store for Microsoft.

Industry Proposes DRM Like HTML5 Encryption

By | February 24, 2012 | 14 Comments

Industry Proposes DRM Like HTML5 Encryption

People freak out.

Just a few days ago, everyone was a huge fan of the HTML5. Now, it looks like at least a small amount of fans are freaking out over the industry’s DRM like protection proposal.

However, what they fail to realize is the fact that this is a necessary step, which would somewhat protect content providers, who actually spend money to produce such thing.
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Download A Free Version Of SurfCube 3D

By | February 23, 2012 | 2 Comments

Hungary only.

It looks like with the help of Nokia, Hungarian Lumia users have received a treat: free version of SurfCube 3D, a popular Windows Phone web browser alternative.
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Microsoft Excel: Whirly Line (Pic)

By | February 22, 2012 | 4 Comments

This is what happens when you change things.
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Opera Link For Windows Phone 7

By | February 22, 2012 | 4 Comments

Opera Link For Windows Phone 7While other web browser developers are yet to jump into the Windows Phone bandwagon, Martin Rauscher went ahead and published a WP7 app, which, thanks to Opera’s Link API, allows you to access your Bookmarks, Notes and Speed Dial from a variety of different Opera browsers, including:

Opera Desktop
Opera Mobile
Opera Mini
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Microsoft: Google Bypasses Internet Explorer’s Security As Well

By | February 21, 2012 | 11 Comments

Microsoft: Google Bypasses Internet Explorer's Security As WellEverybody panic!

Just few days ago, Google has been accused of using a loophole in Apple’s Safari web browser, which allowed the search giant to track users by storing unwanted cookies.

Well, today Microsoft has published a report, stating that Google bypassed Internet Explorer’s privacy settings as well.
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