With Mozilla opting to release new versions of its popular browser at light speed these days, it's not surprising to see version 12 being released today - just 5 weeks after Firefox 11 dropped for Windows, Mac and Linux.
Following the footsteps of Chrome; Mozilla has developed a knack for updating its famous desktop browser as quickly as possible when it comes to version numbers. It was just over a month ago when Firefox 8 was released to public, and already, the final build of version 9 is available for download.
Do you ever visit YouTube with the aim of checking one video out, and subsequently spend hours trawling through related videos, and related videos of related videos? It's almost unavoidable. After all, whether you're looking for entertainment or information, what's to say the next video won't be as useful as the current?
Over the last few years, Firefox has been on many Start menus and Docks: indeed, the browser has enjoyed a respectable market share over the past few years. Its developers, however, have issued the final version of Firefox 7, which mainly focuses on performance.
Google seems to be implementing Skype-like technologies into Chrome, if a recent build of Chromium is any indication. For starters, the inclusion of this technology will allow video and audio chats though Google Talk without the need for a proprietary plugin. But what could this mean for the rest of the industry?
Just months after the final version of Firefox 4 reached final stage, Firefox 5 is now out. This version is the first in Mozilla's new release cycle of smaller, more frequent upgrades, as opposed to huge ones every few years.
Google's Chrome browser is probably the most streamlined and minimalistic of all major web browsers out there. Now Google is stripping out the address bar as we know it, and only displaying when it's really necessary, at least if this obscure feature in the latest Canary build is brought down to the stable channel.
Rovio Mobile, the makers of smash hit mobile game Angry Birds announced a new browser-based version of the game at today's Google I/O event.
After just over a year in development, Microsoft today has released the very final version of Internet Explorer 9.