After releasing Firefox 7, Mozilla team has started code migration for other channels. Firefox 10 has already landed to the nightly channel of Firefox.
Amazon has announced a special web browser for its brand new tablet computer, the Kindle Fire. This new browser, Amazon Silk, will be available exclusively to the Kindle Fire users.
Mozilla has released a new refreshing version of Firefox for Android with features like support for updated WebSockets API, better Copy & Paste controls etc.
Chrome Web Store recently launched its payments infrastructure for the developers of 20 more countries. According to the reports and feedbacks from several international developers, this launch is very successful.
Opera Software has released a new updated version of Opera Mini 6.1 mobile browser specially targeted for Symbian Belle and Symbian Anna users.
Microsoft’s Internet Explorer Mobile, the default web browser on Windows phones, has become much powerful now. Microsoft developers have taken a major step to unified the code base for Internet Explorer across Windows and Windows Phone.
After release of Chrome 14 as stable regular version, Beta and Dev channels of Google Chrome have got updates and new version numbers.
Opera Software has announced that its built-in debugging tool for the desktop browser, Dragonfly, will follow a rapid development and release process. The Dragonfly will get new features and fixes much frequently.
With Chrome 14, Chrome team introduced a very innovative feature in stable channel of Google Chrome browser – the Native Client (NaCl).
Google has announced availability of Chrome Web Store in 24 more countries including Brazil, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Switzerland and United Kingdom.