Posts Tagged ‘browser’

Microsoft’s Build 2019 developer conference is underway currently, and alongside new features for Edge on its native Windows, the company has also been showing what the macOS version will look like.

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We’d heard rumors that Microsoft was getting ready to rebuild its Edge web browser recently, and now it’s all official after the company announced that Edge would be refactored to run on Google’s Chromium.

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Ahead of giving everyone access to the beta version of Edge for iOS, Microsoft has made available the variant built specifically for the iPad, and if you are a Microsoft Edge for iOS tester, then you can download it right now.

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A tvOS hack by Dutch developer has brought in Safari-based web browser app to Apple TV 4. The new Apple TV doesn’t ship with a version of Safari built in and Apple hasn’t made it possible for third-party developers to make their own, at least not officially.

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Safari 5 surprising didn’t get any demo or mention at Jobs’ WWDC 2010 keynote but Apple PR has just released full “Press Release”, detailing the new Safari 5. This new version of Safari packs tons of new features including support for extensions, Microsoft Bing as a choice of search engine, improved HTML5 support, 30 percent performance increase over Safari 4, Safari Reader and more.

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Opera have release the latest beta of Opera Mini 5. It is now available for Android devices. To try Opera Mini 5 beta 2 visit the address m.opera.com/next, using your phone’s default Web browser, or download it to your computer. It is completely free.

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