You can now sign up to download Microsoft Edge web browser for iOS and Android devices. Here are the details on it.
The wait is over. You can now download final version of Mozilla Firefox web browser for iOS on your iPhone or iPad right now!
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.
Although most browsers initially plied their trade on desktop, today's mobile-centric world sees the likes of Chrome and Firefox used extensively by smartphone and tablet owners. While Google and Mozilla's efforts are among the most popular, there are plenty of other decent browsers out there, and with Opera being another fairly big name in this field, the company has just released a new offering for Apple's iPad by the name of 'Coast.'
One of the most popular features of any connected device, regardless of whether it is a desktop machine, mobile smartphone or a games console, is being able to get onto the internet and see what marvels are available. To be able to achieve this the device in question obviously needs to have some kind of web browser application that acts as the medium between the device and the user. With Google only recently releasing their Chrome browser onto the iOS App Store, mobile web browsing has been a recent topic of discussion, especially the performance issues that surround browsing.
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.
If you're one for benchmarking systems and comparing the results, then chances are you're familiar with the work that Futuremark puts in on the subject. While the benchmarking company is more know for testing CPU and graphics card speeds, they are also the ones behind a test that will benchmark the performance of web browsers, too.
Final version of Firefox 8 has made it to the Mozilla ftp servers, and brings amongst other things, speed and performance enhancements. It is largely regarded that this release resembles the end-user version - set to be released to public on November 8th.
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.
Facebook today launched the ability to tag Pages in photos, just as people can be tagged already. In a post on Facebook (oddly enough) the company outlined the new feature which it believes will enable people to 'share richer stories'. We at RedmondPie aren't quite sure what they mean by that, but we'll give them the benefit of the doubt on that one.