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
Mac OS X users have been cautioned to be careful of a latest difference of the Mac Defender “scareware”.
MacGuard is extra dangerous than Mac Defender and some prior variations, consisting of Mac Protector and Mac Security as it does not need an administrator password to install, according to experts at security firm Intego.
The objective of the malware is the same — to influence victims to hand over their credit card details, even though the procedure is little dissimilar. Partially, visiting an infected website repeatedly triggers the download of a file that installs itself . . . → Read More: More Dangerous Variant of MacDefender Malware Comes Up
Amazon launches a much-anticipated digital music locker service that could make users store their music on the Web and listen to them on computers with a Web browser or Android devices.
Amazon Cloud Drive lets users upload digital music file at their original bit rate in either AAC or MP3 format to Amazon servers for storage and playback.
Vice President Bill Carr of Movies and Music at Amazon.com said, “Our customers have told us they don’t want to download music to their work computers or phones because they find it hard to move music . . . → Read More: Amazon Digital Music Locker
In the South by Southwest Interactive Festival (SXSWi) on Monday Microsoft will be officially opening the next edition of its Internet Explorer browser, IE9. It is an interesting location to open, known that the Austin, Texas, geek fest is packed full of the crowds who have long since trenched Internet Explorer for the definitely hipper meadows of Firefox, Safari or Chrome.
The first and merely release candidate land in users’ hands in early February, the latest browser, will completely open to the public at exactly 9 Pacific time that night. Ryan Gavin, Internet Explorer senior director illustrated . . . → Read More: Internet Explorer 9