Have you woken up this morning to find that your iPhone / iPad or even Mac Safari browser crashing or not working when you tap on its address bar for a search or to enter an URL? An issue has surfaced in the wake of site crashsafari.com, a website which forces Safari to crash once a user clicks on a link to it. However, many users haven’t been to this site are having the same problem so this suggests there must be a glitch in the latest iOS 9.2.1 which Apple has yet to provide a comment on. While we wait for an official solution, there seems to be two temporary solutions to the problem.

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Announced today as expected, iOS 5 will be arriving this Fall iOS 5 will be available as a free software / firmware update for iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad 2, iPad, iPod Touch (fourth and third generation). With over 200 new features, one of the most looked forward to changes was a new notification system and Steve Jobs certainly haven’t disappointed Apple fans with this new upcoming update.

 

 

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Apple has finally decided to join the ranks of browser vendors who give users the option to opt out of having their usage patterns tracked. They’re following the lead of the Mozilla Foundation who has devised a “gentleman’s standard” for opt out tracking where advertisers and webmasters would have to voluntarily adhere to the standard much like the voluntary compliance with robots.txt files.

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We’ve spoken quite abit about augmented reality (AR) apps lately, but until now all of which have been based within applications. However, if you have the iPhone 4 or the latest iPod Touch, Occipital, a company that has developed a panoramic photo iPhone app that you might fancy trying out.

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Regretfully, I recently changed over to Google Chrome from Firefox, it was simply because I enjoyed the experience and how quick Chrome was at many aspects of web browsing compared to Firefox.

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Most people using mobile devices like the iPhone, iPod Touch and smartphones have Safari. It’s currently the biggest mobile browser there is, Firefox has just told us that they are officially creating a mobile browser for use. It’s built around Firefox 3.6 that many desktop users use, as do I myself.

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Google Reader drops support for old browsers

On May 28, 2010, in Latest News, by Mike Jefferson

RSS feeds had made a small revolution when it comes to blogging, you didn’t have to visit your subscribed blogs because you would receive latest headlines and posts through RSS feeds. Back in the 2005, Google released Google Reader services that allowed you to read Atom and RSS feeds and all that you needed was Google Account and any web browser. But now Google has decided to make some changes to Google Reader by dropping support for older browsers.

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