It has been a few days since Opera submitted Opera Mini for iPhone in the App Store for approval. As expected, nothing has been heard from the Cupertinos about the rejection or acceptance of the app so far. While all of us wait for the decision to come, here is the first preview video of how Opera Mini looks and performs on the iPhone.
It has been less than a month since Microsoft launched the ballot screen and already the Internet Explorer is taking a beating. According to the stats released by Statcounter, IE has experienced a decline in major European countries namely France, Italy and England. Is this the sign of beginning of the end for the Redmondian’s very own browser?
Attention Windows Mobile users, Mozilla has announced that it will cease development of the Firefox for Windows Mobile. The reason behind this rather undesired move is due to the uncertainty and unavailability of a native development kit. This sad news was shared by Stuart Parmenter, the Mobile Team Technical Lead.
Mozilla has rolled out an update to its latest browser Firefox 3.6. This update takes the version number to 3.6.2 which can also be referred to as Firefox 3.6.2. The upgrade doesn’t bring any new features. Instead it is a security, performance and stability release that fixes one critical security bug. More on that after the jump.
Opera has just submitted the much talked about Opera Mini for iPhone browser to the App Store and is waiting for a approval from the Cupertinos. They are calling it fast like a rocket browser that will attempt to give users a new way to browse on the iPhone. Opera Mini is the very same browser that was recently demoed at the Mobile World Congress to a rather restricted set of individuals.
Mozilla has finally called it quits for Firefox 3.0. No that doesn’t mean you can’t continue using the 3.0 version of Firefox. Its just that the open source browser support is nearing its end. The last update to the browser Firefox 3.0.19 is scheduled to arrive on 30th March which will be the last update.
Ok, I admit I am addicted to Windows Phone 7 Series. But is it wrong to do so? You tell me. Anyway, here comes another Windows Phone 7 item. Brandon Miniman of Pocketnow has put up a demo of how the Internet Explorer experience would be like on Windows Phone 7 Series phone. Demo video after the jump.
During the course of this week, Opera Mini 5 Beta 2 went live for Android folks. We have already shared with you how the second beta of Opera Mini 5 for Android performs on Nexus One. This time we have a video to share that showcases how the browser performs on the classy HTC Hero.
It has been more than a week, since Opera 10.50 was unleashed for Windows, Linux and Mac. Just now, Opera have rolled out Opera 10.51 RC1 build for the Windows platform only. The first release candidate brings no new features. It is essentially a build that brings with it bug fixes related to stability and performance.
Apple has rolled out an update for its very own browser, Safari. This update is referred to as Safari 4.0.5. The update comes out as a improvement and bug fix on the performance, stability and security front. 3rd Party plug-ins related issues have been resolved. Details after the jump.