When using your iPad for browsing, you will opt in for its default browser known as Safari, but there are also alternatives like the Dolphin, Mercury, Atomic, Skyfire, and Opera Mini. If you notice, the biggest consumer platform Mozilla is absent.
Good news for the Mozilla fans, the company is on the way – developing its application and getting ready to enter the iOS. The browser is called ‘Junior’.
Still in the testing stage, Junior is the simplest browser in iPad having only a few buttons – a plus symbol for accessing pages, bookmarks . . . → Read More: Mozilla is Getting Ready to Enter iOS
Tuesday – Mozilla launched an update for the latest version of Firefox 12, which comes with “silent updates” – a feature that updates the browser without prompting or bothering the user anymore – among other improvements.
Mozilla first assured silent update feature for the Firefox 13, however the feature makes its way into the latest release today.
“Firefox simplifies the update process for Windows users by removing the user account control dialog (UAC) pop-up while maintaining the security of your system,” according to a blogpost from Mozilla. “Once a user gives explicit permission to Firefox on their first . . . → Read More: Firefox 12 with Silent Update Feature from Latest Release of Mozilla
As internet browsers keep on competing for the top position in the web browser market, Mozilla released an update to Firefox recently to include a new element.
Reported earlier this week by Mozilla on their official blog, Firefox 11 released to people and added an upgrade to the add-on syncing tool.
Although Firefox has presented syncing of bookmarks, preferences, open tabs, page history, and passwords between pc’s when linked with one account, Firefox users still needs to download again the add-ons on other computers. But if Firefox 11 is installed on a new computer, . . . → Read More: Mozilla Rolls Out Thunderbird 11 and Firefox 11
Wanting to get your hands on the next major revision of the Firefox Web browser of Mozilla? The official release for Firefox 6 is scheduled for this Tuesday, but Mozilla has by now thrown up the installation files on its FTP for industrious and impatient users to download and install.
Unluckily, a setup program is not release notes, so what precisely are you going to observe in this following iteration of the browser? Several changes coming in Firefox 6 are under-the-hood fixes planned to boost the speed and compatibility of the browser. For instance, Firefox 6 . . . → Read More: Latest Improvements in Firefox’s Newest Browser
When Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, pledged “something awesome” in the previous week after the launch of Google+, did he indicate an in-built Skype-powered video chat?
Google has held Google+ in postponement because of ‘insane demand’ of users, once it is out, it will challenge the Microsoft-owned Skype.
Google+ video chat, Hangout is browser-based and could be accessed from any OS. Google is working with other browser developers, like Mozilla and Opera, hoping that they will support the technology in their browsers.
New video chat of Facebook will have a “desktop component” and . . . → Read More: Facebook’s Skype Video Chat vs. Google+ Hangout
A new preview edition of Internet Explorer 10 will be released by Microsoft and it has used the event to once more illustrate how it loves the enterprise over Firefox.
The company released the next platform preview of IE 10 featuring what is named the “HTML 5 engine” following current demonstrations of the browser on Windows 8.
The IE10 platform preview means that developers could begin working with some “site-ready” HTML5 technologies, according to corporate vice president in charge of IE of Microsoft, Dean Hachamovitch. Microsoft uses HTML5 as an umbrella term that relates not-only . . . → Read More: Preview of IE10, Released by Microsoft
The company acknowledged a write down demand from the Department of Homeland Security for a “MafiaaFire” Firefox add-on that the developer is not complying with so far, according to the report of the lawyer for Mozilla.
The DHS had lately got in touch with the company to take away the MafiaaFire add-on, which mechanically redirects Firefox users to a new area, if and when authorities seize the original locations, as they have completed before, Harvey Anderson said, who works at Mozilla as its vice president of legal affairs and its general counsel.
The add-on refers . . . → Read More: Takedown Requests of MafiaaFire Add-on from DHS