How many times have you struggled to open a website link which comes as a part of your email text? If not, try now. Trust, most of us need to pass through some time delay and probably some technical...
Every now and then Google has kept shifting the gears towards the launch & details about its much ambitious desktop project – Google Chrome OS. Finally it seems that company has decided to throw out the new project in...
It’s been just a week since RockMelt – An Innovative Social Media Browser – got launched and Internet is flooded with all positive reviews, suggestions and articles on future of such innovation. If we cover everything in single bundle,...
Social Media is growing with multi-dimensional directions. The adoption of such services is so wild that companies are exploring new ways to keep a string for social media services in all their existing and upcoming development. A newly launched...
SAN FRANCISCO--Just days after launching Internet Explorer 8 in March 2009, Microsoft's Dean Hachamovitch wrote a memo about what the company really needed to do with the next version of its browser. And the big Day is about to come. Controllers are already gearing up and as a result Test Drive of IE 9.0 is out for people. NO matter what you heard and use, trying out new IE, specially when Spcial Networking components integration is biggest expectations from IR loyal users,it would be interesting to see what Microsoft get for you via browsing experience.
India has significant contribution towards growth of Information Technology. Despite of fact, there are not many Indian Innovations which have been recognized at the global level till few years back. Now there are many start-ups and entrepreneur are driving Indian prestigious IT glory and getting recognized at broad level. Hidden Reflex, an Indian start-up is among one of them who developed an Indian browser named EPIC.
After some delays, Mozilla has released Firefox 3.6.4, the newest version of the popular web browser. It comes with one big addition: protection against crashing due to third-party plugins, most notably Adobe Flash. The updated browser, which you can download...
Flock made its name as a Firefox remix that came loaded with custom add-ons for tightly integrating social networking with daily Web browsing. Just opened to the public, the Flock 3 beta keeps its social goals intact while replacing its Firefox base with Google-supported Chromium. The new Flock experience is vastly different than before, and is related to the old version in name only.
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