Windows 8 isn’t quite finished, but I thought we would take a look at how the browser compares on Windows 8 versus iOS5. Since Windows 8 is “touch first”, I thought it appropriate to compare it to the current...Read More
I can’t say we saw this coming. As most of you probably know, Apple has a tendency to disapprove apps that function in a similar way to their own apps. In a surprising shift from the past, Apple has approved the Opera...Read More
There is no doubt that Apple does not allow browsers in the App store. How then will Opera get approved? The company is relying on their remote servers to do the page rendering and then sending the page to the iPhone. Opera...Read More
We did a browser comparison a while back with the Pre and HTC Hero. SInce then we have had a few comments that we should turn off flash and then compare it t the iPhone 3GS. Since we no longer have the Hero, I decided to do a comparison of the stock android browser and Opera mini to the iPhone 3GS Safari browser. See the video after the jump:Read More
From the start of the App Store, Apple has been fuzzy on what’s allowed and what is not. Many developers have strayed away due to Apple not allowing many programs which "duplicate functionality" of their own apps onto the precious iPhone experience. Apple is now allowing new browsers and hopefully will give way to Opera, Firefox and others and we can finally get Flash support. For now, this is good news, but we will have to wait and see exactly what Apple allows to go onto its App Store. Here’s to an even brighter future…Read More
Google today presented Google Blogscopped with an announcement of their new web browser called Google Chromed. They received this via mail in the form of a comic book drawn by Scott McCloud.
The new browser from google is packed with Google Gears and is based on the existing rendering engine Webkit.