A couple of weeks back, Opera announced Opera Mobile 10 Beta exclusively for Symbian based phones. That left Windows Mobile users feeling a bit left behind. Well not any more, as Opera has released Opera Mobile 10 Beta for Windows Mobile users as well.
The features that Opera Mobile 10 Beta brings for Windows Mobile phone happen to be the same that were introduced for Symbian powered phones.
Opera Mobile 10 Beta features for Windows Mobile
The more notable features include:
New Speed dials
Better and Improved Touch screen navigation
Adaptive Zoom capabilities
Opera Dragonfly (Connect your mobile phone to your PC and debug Web applications remotely).
Save pages and images for offline viewing
You can download Opera 10 Mobile Beta from your PC or directly from your mobile by visiting m.opera.com. The download file has a size of 4.5 MB.
Apple has rolled out Safari 4.0.4. Safari 4.0.4 is an update that brings security, stability and performance improvements for its users. This is the fourth update to be rolled out for Safari 4.0. The latest update brings improvements for 3rd-party plugins, fixes an vulnerability for image files and more.
On 31st October, Mozilla released Firefox 3.6 Beta 1. This time, Firefox team has released Firefox 3.6 Beta 2. This is the second beta version of the yet to arrive Firefox 3.6. Firefox 3.6 Beta 2 brings bug fixes for more than 190 bugs.
Gizmo5 was founded way back in 2003, it provides services like IM (instant messaging) and VoIP (voice over internet protocol) calls. It is a good application just like Skype. If you are an active user, Gizmo5 is a an ideal choice for you to make free calls to the standard phone network.
Recently Skype was in process of acquiring Gizmo5, but the IP (internet protocol) lawsuits seems to happen. Gizmo5‘s SIP (session initiation protocol) could swap Skype’s proprietary P2P (peer to peer) back end.
Also Google Voice, it is huge VoIP and phone identity service, but does not have end points for the calls. By integration of Gizmo5 in Google Voice users are able to make and receive calls to their Google Voice phone number form their computer.
The joining of Gizmo5 to Google Voice and Google Talk as a single product can be a threat to Skype. Gizmo5 has raised $6 million to date.
Today I am going to present a few Firefox add-ons, which are necessary for everyone of you. This post will definitely help you out. And it would be easy for you to pick them, and use them daily.
Google’s Chrome team has been really active, may be had too much coffee for a week. The dedicated Chrome team has updated its Dev channel taking the the Google Chrome Dev channel version to 184.108.40.206. Google Chrome version 220.127.116.11 brings stability fixes, polishes a few features, and stabilizes various Chrome extensions. The latest update comes out as an update for all platforms namely Linux, Windows and Mac.
Do you use Windows Live Messenger? If you do, this is very good news for you as Windows Live Messenger led Microsoft’s Web properties, and has captured 14.5 percent of total time spent online in September worldwide. outsmarting Google, Yahoo, Facebook and other sites.
According to the analysis done by comScore, most of the people spent 36 percent time more on Microsoft sites than on Google sites, and 57 percent more time than on Yahoo sites.
Windows Live Messenger accounted for nearly 70 percent of the 3.9 billion hours people spent on Microsoft Web properties
People spent 2.5 billion hours on Google sites, out of which 1.2 billion hours were spent on YouTube. Facebook was the fastest-growing property, its share of attention jumping 193 percent over September 2008, according to comScore.
Mozilla surely knows how to surprise its users. Mozilla has just rolled out Firefox 3.5.5 update. The surprising part here is the fact that this update comes just after 8 days when Firefox 3.5.4 was released. Firefox 3.5.5 is available for download for Windows, Linux and Mac users.
Google Chrome team has really been active this week. First it was the release of Google Chrome 4.0 Beta. Yesterday it updated its Dev Channel and brought UI improvements for Mac users. Now the stable channel gets an update. This update takes the Google Chrome stable channel version to 18.104.22.168.
A couple of days back, we informed you about the release of Google Chrome 4 Beta. This time, the news is that Google Chrome’s Dev channel has been updated. The latest release is for Mac OS X users only and brings improvements on the User Interface (UI) side.