If you think that by moving to WebKit/Blink, Opera has become just a poor clone of Chrome – you are wrong. Here are five reasons why one should choose Opera over Chrome.
Recently released Chrome 28 and Opera 15 feature Google’s Blink rendering engine which was announced in April this year.
Mozilla today unveiled a brand new logo for the Firefox project. The new Firefox logo is not a major redesign, but a simplified form of the current logo.
Mozilla’s PDF.js is now available for upcoming Opera 15+ browser as a standalone extension. PDF.js is an open source PDF reader built using open standard technologies.
Mobotap today released a refreshed version of its popular mobile browser Dolphin for Android devices. The Dolphin v10 for Android brings new simplified and intuitive user interface.
Developers of Adblock Plus have released a preview version of Adblock Plus for Internet Explorer. The Adblock Plus (ABP) is the most popular browser extension on the planet with availability across all leading browsers and platforms.
Google has enabled VP9 video codec in the latest Chromium build. This should arrive to the Chrome Canary and other pre-release builds of Chrome soon. VP9 is an open-sourced and royalty-free video codec, and claimed to reduce bandwidth/size requirement by up to 50% in comparison to the popular but proprietary H.264 codec. In past, Google […]
SyncIt is a new App for Google Chrome browser and ChromeOS which synchronizes files across multiple computers and Google Drive.
Google has announced to discontinue its Chrome Frame plug-in for Internet Explorer by the January 2014. This open sourced plugin enables users of legacy browsers to enjoy the latest features available only in the modern browsers.
Google may release a ‘cheap’ HDMI WiFi receiver, Chromekey, that could be plugged in to any supported device like TV or monitor to display the mirrored content from a smartphone, tablet or computer.