Archive for the ‘Safari’ Category

Apple has today announced a new version of its Safari web browser that is intended to provide developers with an early and regularly updated preview of what’s to come in future versions of the web browser. The new Safari Technology Preview is designed provide an early look at upcoming web technologies that will make their way into future versions of Safari on Apple’s OS X and iOS platforms. It will also provide those using the platform with access to technologies that simply aren’t found in the current public releases of Apple’s popular web browser.

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Facebook launched Skype-powered video calling yesterday. The feature works on all major versions of Mac and Windows (Linux not supported), but doesn’t work on OS X Lion. Today, we’ll guide you on how to get Facebook’s video chat feature working on Apple’s latest version of OS X.

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Apple has released a public beta of the upcoming Safari 4 for both Windows and Mac users. Apple has posted a huge list of all the features new to this release. The most prominent of these features is the new “Top Sites” features which works identical to the way how “Most Visited” page works in Google Chrome.

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Yesterday, Apple launched the successor to their .Mac service in the form of MobileMe. I decided to check out the site and to my surprise, MobileMe site returned me the following error:

I was using Internet Explorer 8 Beta 1 in IE7 mode by using “Emulate IE7″. I thought well yea.. maybe IE7 just wasnt good […]

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