Opera Mini, the popular web browser for many smartphones will soon be available for the iPhone. The company is organizing an exclusive pre-release preview of the software during 2010 Mobile World Congress. Jon von Tetzchner, Co-founder, Opera Software, marks this as a unique opportunity for the company to unveil the feature-rich web browser to the world.
As per Jon this event is a major step towards achieving company’s goal of bringing the Web to the World. Opera web browser is currently available as Opera Mobile and Opera Mini on numerous platforms and devices. The event will put light on the latest beta versions and add-on widgets of the software. Continue reading »
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Two months after celebrating Firefox’s 5th birthday in November, Mozilla unveiled the latest version of the world’s most famous web browser. Yes, Firefox 3.6 RC2 is finally here and available for download! Though, it was expected to be released in December last year. The browser was officially made available last Thursday, Jan 21 at 9:30 AM Pacific Time.
Mozilla officially announced release the RC1 Firefox 3.6 on Jan 11, after development of five beta test versions. The RC2 came after fixing of over 70 bugs found in the earlier release. The Firefox 3.6 RC2 has been optimized to serve its users more efficiently than its predecessors. It features many new enhancements for the end users, web and add-on developers.
Google Chrome has been released for a good few months now, but so far there haven’t been many major features which tempts users of more popular open source browsers such as Firefox to switch over. Could this be about to change? Check out the video below about the new release of Google Chrome 2. Continue reading »
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There was a rumor about the possbility of launching a next gen BlackBerry Storm 2 with WiFi on Verizon Wireless some time ago, but this was thought by most as a joke at first. However, sources have now confirmed that the rumor was in fact true. The BlackBerry Storm 2 will launch on Verizon with WiFi, obviously for far more greater connectivity and faster web browsing. I personally believe WiFi has been the single most importantly let down for the Storm, otherwise it would have been a far greater device with much more popularity. Sources also confirm that the next Storm, Storm 2 has a new screen technology, which aims to make typing easier. It is believed that the Storm 2 will be launching around September time, which makes you think – BlackBerry has reduced the cycle time of its first full touchscreen device to less than a year, they must be in a hurry!
Hope you’re having a good morning so far. If you’re a Google Android T-Mobile G1 user, then you’re about to have an even better morning! Not long ago, we showed you a video of multitouch on the G1, well now it could about to become reality for your G1. Because Gizmodo has over the weekend released an excellent guide on how you can (hack) enable multi touch web browsing on the G1, it doesn’t appear to be a difficult process and everything you need for this quick DIY will be available at the Gizmodo link below. Oh and by the way, it is free, just because I hate it when people try to exploit these guides and make it into one page websites charging people loads for it.