Opera Launches the First Beta for Its Webkit Based Browser

Opera for the mobile platform is among the most popular browsers with versions that offer a complete experience and with the all-to-popular¬†Opera Mini that has a lot of fans using it due to its speed and ability to save data resources. A short while ago, Opera has announced that its going for the more commonly spread rendering engine – Webkit... 

Opera Buys Skyfire Labs for $155 Million; Video Optimization and More Targeted

Opera is doing some shopping and apparently they want to improve their video optimization, since they just bought Skyfire, that’s very good at that. They spent $155 million on the company and the acquisition is mainly meant for the company’s Rocket Optimizer, a piece of software that reduces the size of video streaming and other media while... 

Opera Browser Switching to Webkit for its Next Releases

Opera is one of the few web browsers to stand out of the crowd in terms of popularity and usability. Though it hasn’t quite reached the level of it’s most appreciated competitors, the developers behind it seem to want to take the right step in the direction of increasing usage. Opera is available for both PC’s and the mobile OS’s... 

Chrome Beta Caught Running on Android in Full Screen Mode (Video)

Chrome Beta for Android has been up in the Play Store for a bunch of weeks now and it added some experimental features, among others. These features are not available in the stable version, as far as I know, so that’s what makes Chrome Beta for Android unique. Now it appears that there’s an interesting bug/feature in the app, one that enables... 

Opera Ice Browser for Android Coming in February, Uses Webkit (Video)

Opera Software, the company known for its Opera browser now wants to be part of the smartphone and tablet game, with a brand new browser called Opera Ice. The product will launch in February and below you can watch a hands on demo of the software. This was actually done a while ago, before Christmas 2012 actually. Lars Boiselen, Opera CEO took the... 

New App: Chrome Beta for Android 4.0+ Handsets and Tablets Released

Just hours after debuting the Chrome 24 browser for Windows, Mac and Linux, Google also released a new Chrome beta channel for Android 4.0+ handsets and tablets. If you want to know the exact version, it’s 25.0.1364.8 and you can’t find it in the Play Store via search, so you have to use the link indicated below. The version 25 release... 

Mozilla’s Firefox Updated Including an Optimized JavaScript Engine

Today Mozilla has released a major update to its highly popular browser, available on most (if not all) major platforms. The update does not concern adding new features but rather improving on what is already a great piece of software. Mozilla Firefox¬†is one of the most popular browsers available for free today. You will want to use it on your PC,... 

Firefox for Android Gets HTML5 Video PlayBack Support on Jelly Bean and ICS

Mozilla did the last big update to the Firefox for Android browser on November 19th and while it may have seemed like an average update, it was more than that. And now we find out that the update actually contained a major feature: the HTML5 video playback support, available on Jelly Bean and ICS. You can make use of H.264 video acceleration and video... 

New App: Adblock Plus Blocks All Annoying Ads on Your Android Device

If you’re looking for a solid app to block all the annoying ads on your Android handset, the answer is a new app called Adblock Plus. The software blocks all of the annoying ads on your Android device and doesn’t even require a root. It has recently been launched and it requires Android 2.1 and up. The application takes up 1.8 MB and it’s... 

Mozilla Announces Firefox for Android Availability on Millions of Lower End Handsets

Firefox for Android is even more accessible now, receiving support for millions more devices, including lower end models. These include the likes of HTC ChaCha, Samsung Galaxy Ace, Motorola Fire XT, LG Optimus Q and more. Firefox for Android had previously been supported on devices with Android 2.2 and higher, but only those with ARMv7 processors. Now... 

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