This is quite surprising that Handster, the company recently acquired by Opera Software, had submitted Dolphin HD browser to the BlackBerry App World without the permission of its developer.
Mozilla’s CTO, Brendan Eich, has hinted towards a major success for B2G project: Mozilla is going to unveil partners for Boot to Gecko at Mobile World Congress 2012.
As reported earlier, Mozilla is working on an Android-like operating system Boot to Gecko. Recently, at MozCamp Asia 2011, Mozilla showed up a demo of the upcoming project.
Firefox Mobile team recently released a nightly build of Firefox for Android tablets specially targeting Honeycomb users.
Dolphin HD has added another useful add-on which syncs and backups browser bookmarks across multiple devices. The new Bookmark Sync add-on for Dolphin HD can be installed from Android market for free.
Developers of Dolphin browser, generally rated as one of the best browsers on Android platform, have released Dolphin browser for iPhone.
Read It Later has managed to raise $2.5 million in funding from big names including Google Ventures, and now has big plans to expand. Nate Weiner, the person behind this popular link management utility, announced this in a blog post.
Mozilla’s recently announced open operating system project Boot to Gecko will use Android kernel and device drivers.