Android Browsers – Eight Best Picks

We assume you have an Android running smart device. Or why would you have landed on this article? However, let’s think about a PC. Do you use Internet Explorer? Probably not, only a very few people use IE and most of them for downloading another browser. This has been an old joke; however, the same … Continue reading “Android Browsers – Eight Best Picks”

Lumia 800, iPhone 4S and Galaxy S II go head-to-head in browser speed comparison (video)

Nokia’s first real Windows Phone, Lumia 800 has just freshly come out of the factory and is raring to go to prove its worth. In come the iPhone 4S and the Galaxy S II, running quickly to grab the opportunity to compete. Web browser speed test. Who wins?

Safari 5.1.1: 13 percent faster Javascript performance

Along with iOS 5, iCloud and OS X 10.7.2 Lion, Apple updated its kingpin browser Safari as well, updating it to version 5.1.1. They say the new Safari brings 13% faster Javascript performance, something which is always welcome. From the Support Document: Safari 5.1.1 also contains various fixes and improvements to performance, stability, usability, compatibility, … Continue reading “Safari 5.1.1: 13 percent faster Javascript performance”

Under-power iPhone 4S muscles past Galaxy S II (video)

Apple iPhone 4S with its 800MHz processor was pitted against the Samsung Galaxy S II with 1.5GHz looking heavily under-powered, yet came out all guns blazing in this browser speed test and load times comparison, as demoed by SlashGear. …from initial results the iPhone 4S performs quite well, I’m sure everyone expected that as the … Continue reading “Under-power iPhone 4S muscles past Galaxy S II (video)”

Google updates Chrome 9 to stable build

Google has updated Chrome 9 from its beta version to a stable build. Today, we’re excited to bring several new features from Chrome’s beta channel to the stable build, including WebGL, Chrome Instant, and the Chrome Web Store. WebGL is a new technology which brings hardware-accelerated 3D graphics to the browser. With WebGL in Chrome, you … Continue reading “Google updates Chrome 9 to stable build”

RIM sweat it out on Blackberry Playbook, then completely lose it!

I guess this is what we call “falling flat on your face”. RIM, after a lot of hard work, came out with the Blackberry Playbook, an alleged iPad killer, only to kill those allegations with a, let me call it “stupid”, concept. It has been revealed that to use the e-mail and calender apps, you … Continue reading “RIM sweat it out on Blackberry Playbook, then completely lose it!”

SkyFire for iPad is out!

The Apple App Store has been boosted with the entry of SkyFire for iPad. The app brings flash video content to your iDevice along with few other benefits not available on the native Safari web browser. You can download SkyFire for iPad from iTunes for $4.99. The iPhone version can be availed from iTunes for … Continue reading “SkyFire for iPad is out!”

Google event on December 7: Lots of Chrome goodies on offer; We do a rundown

Google has invited everyone for an event, at a rather short notice, to reveal some news on Chrome. The event will be held on Tuesday, 7th December in San Francisco and promises some “exciting news about Chrome.” Possible announcements expected Here are few ‘big’ announcements we expect Google to make, or at least shed some … Continue reading “Google event on December 7: Lots of Chrome goodies on offer; We do a rundown”

Version 1.7 of the Bolt browser to support widgets

Always continuing to position itself to be one of the premier web browsers available to BlackBerry owners, the next installment of the Bolt Browser pledges support for widgets. Bitstream announced that version 1.7 of its Bolt mobile browser will add the ability to run widgets – which will be accessed within the browser via a … Continue reading “Version 1.7 of the Bolt browser to support widgets”

Apple v/s Google: The latest twist

Apple v/s Google: The latest twist Well most of you might have already heard about the differences between Apple & Google. But is it all only talk or are they actually not going to work with each other ever again? The latest ‘rumoured’ action taken about to be taken by Apple is that they are … Continue reading “Apple v/s Google: The latest twist”