Skyfire Labs, a company that deals with mobile video optimization and mobile cloud solutions, has now been acquired by Opera.
Skyfire Labs is more popularly known for its Rocket Optimizer software. With the combination of these two companies, joint productions will be offered. This comes also with an announcement that the Web Pass of Opera is one of the primary focuses of the company.
The deal between the two companies is expected to be final before the 15th of March.
The Rocket Optimizer software is providing mobile operators with a method to improve the user’s video delivered over mobile data . . . → Read More: Opera to acquire Skyfire Labs for about $155M
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
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