W3C publishes “extraordinarily foolish” HTML5 test outcomes suggesting win for web Explorer 9

A preview version of Microsoft’s internet Explorer 9 browser engine passed extra elements of a web standards check than a random number of different browsers in the worldwide web Consortium’s “vastly incomplete” HTML5 check suite, making a news story that W3C individuals decried as “flawed knowledge” according to a “quite buggy check results web page.” […]

iPhone 3GS Pwns Android 2.2 Froyo (with Flash) on Nexus One in Web Browser Speed Test

Android 2.2 aka Froyo is without a doubt the best version of Android OS that we have seen yet! The main thing which everyone was interested to find out was about the speed of the browser which Google claims to be the fastest amongst any of the mobile web browsers available on any platform today. […]

Browser All-In-One Stands For iPhone Browsing On Steroids

Mobile Safari on the iPhone is by most accounts one of the best mobile browsers out there, but it’s not the only alternative. While Apple doesn’t allow other browser on its store by definition, it does allow however developers to take advantage of Safari and work around it to make their own enhanced alternatives, and […]

Review: Safari 4 Web browser

If you want the fastest browser on the Mac, Safari 4.0 is the hands-down winner. It lacks the endless flexibility of Firefox’s plug-ins, and it’s far less svelte than its rival browsers, but Safari combines raw power and a thoughtful, well-crafted interface to give Mac users the best user experience. More: continued here

Apple’s Safari 4 UI modifications hint at Plans for Snow Leopard

the new public beta liberate of Safari 4 unearths the deepest look yet at the way forward for Apple’s software, hinting at what’s in retailer for the intently guarded user interface revamp coming in Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, in addition to appropriating ideas from other browsers and adding some original thrives, some of […]

I Like My Browser Shaken, Not Stirred

As previously reported, Apple lifted the ban on web browsers and approved several apps. This is one of them. It’s called Shaking Web. Did Apple decide to approve the browsers because they felt that competition is a good thing and every developer deserves a fair shake? (Get it, shake?! I’m so clever! I deserve a […]

Move Over Safari – New Web Browsers Are Here

  Strange things are afoot at the Circle K, or in this case, the app store. In what some might consider “strange,” several 3rd party web browsing applications for the iPhone were approved by Apple yesterday. The original submission dates for some of those apps go back as far as October. That’s a helluva approval […]

Google Chrome on hand for Macs “First half of of 2009”

Mac users will get their first style of a Google-developed various to incumbent browsers similar to Safari and Firefox when the hunt large releases Chrome for Mac someday all through the “first 1/2” of this 12 months. more: continued right here

Browser Privacy Test

lazyforker writes “A NYTimes blog post reports the results of security researcher Kate McKinley’s tests of various browsers’ (FireFox, Chrome, IE, Safari) privacy protection mechanisms. Specifically she tested their cookie handling. She also examined their handling of Flash’s cookies. In summary: Safari on Mac OS X (in the “private browsing” mode) is not so private […]

Google, Apple, Microsoft Sued Over File Preview

ClaraBow writes with this excerpt from MacWorld: “A small Indiana company has sued tech heavyweights Microsoft, Apple, and Google, claiming that it holds the patent on a common file preview feature used by browsers and operating systems to show users small snapshots of the files before they are opened. … Cygnus’s owner and president Gregory […]