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Google Fortifies the Security of Chrome with Improved Encryption Protection

Tweet Google is all geared up to improve its security settings with its next release of Chrome browser. It is now going to encrypt all search queries sent from the software. The next version of Chrome is now available in the beta channel and all searches will be encrypted using the Secure Socket Layer (SSL). When a browser uses SSL to encrypt any information from a browser to a website, then you get... Read More »

Apple’s Safari grows faster than Chrome in July

Tweet According to the postings of Apple’s safari last month, it observed the biggest increase as far as usage share is concerned in the consumer market. It left the nearest competitors like perennial champion chrome far behind in this game of popularity & the number of users. This was the latest declaration of Web metrics vendor Net Applications. It is just like winning the race in the market... Read More »

Apple® patches 62 bugs in Safari® update

Tweet Safari from Apple, is a graphical web browser, which is an inherent part of the Mac OS X operating system. Safari is principally the native browser in the iOS also. Safari was originally introduced in 2003 as a public beta version, slowly becoming the default browser in all Macs. The Microsoft Windows version of Safari was released in the year 2007. In the rankings of most widely used browsers... Read More »

Safari® and Internet Explorer® hacked at Pwn2Own contest

Tweet Pwn2Own is a hacking contest sponsored by the HP Digital Vaccine Labs (HP DVL), which is a research organization specializing in the analysis of security vulnerabilities. The objective of the contest is to help vendors develop patches for better security, as well as filters for better customer protection. HP’s Converged Infrastructure focuses on advanced data protection in the integration of... Read More »

Apple® App Store

Tweet At the 10th anniversary of Wikipedia, its founder Jimmy Wales, is said to have expressed concern over the amount of engagement that Apple’s iOS is controlling. Considering that Apple controls what applications are let into the store as well as what is accessed on the online store, Wales says it constitutes a closed system. One cannot blame Apple as it is not an act of monopoly but a safeguard... Read More »
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Google™ Coming Up with WebM Plugins for Internet Explorer® and Safari®

Tweet Google has decided to make a change in its browser, that is, Chrome. The H.264 codec will replace it with the open WebMate code. That choice has raised many controversies and the company explained the reasons behind the adoption of WebMate in HTML 5. Mozilla Firefox and Opera intend to use open codecs like WebMate and Ogg Theora , without H.264 support, while Safari and Internet Explorer 9 (IE9)... Read More »

How to Manage Passwords With Safari

Tweet Some websites require user name and password to login.  There are some browsers like Safari which will ask you to remember username and password for future use. Safari will remember these passwords and you will get automatically logged on each time you visit the website. It will also help you when you keep different passwords for different websites. Safari will also offer you to manage those... Read More »
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How to enable themes in Google Chrome

Tweet A Browser is an application which helps you navigate through the Inernet. It is a medium to get information from any website. Internet Explorer has always been the widely used and famous browser as it is the default browser which comes built-in with Microsoft operating system. There has been other browsers launched in recent times like Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Safari but none of them could get... Read More »

Reasons Why You Would Want the Firefox 4.0

Tweet There are several reasons as to why I am enjoying Mozilla Corporations Firefox 4.0. First of all, it is one browser that continued to up itself time after time, while sticking to its basics. Although recently rival browsers like Google’s Chrome, Safari and Opera back slashed it; Firefox 4 is certainly a power to reckon with. Faster than the older versions Only still on the beta, the Firefox... Read More »
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Google’s Tryst at a Better iPad

Tweet As we all know Google is one of the biggest players IT companies in the world. And though few years ago Google and Apple were in very good relations with each other, this was until the new boom of ultra mobile devices with OS – the iPad, iPhone and the latest iPad caused some problems. Google decided to try and enter in Apple’s niche with the developing of the Nexus – a direct competitor... Read More »

Flock Favors Google in Contrast to Mozilla

Tweet Flock is a prominent web browser. It is fabricated on Mozilla Firefox codebase which is a  specialize in giving Web 2.0 and social marketing amenities put up into its user interface. On May 19, 2009 Flock v2.5 was released officially. Flock browser which can be downloaded freely supports Linux, Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows and Free BSD platforms. Media Services and social networking sites like... Read More »

Enjoy your Apple iPad Technology

Tweet The Apple iPad Technology is one of the greatest portable computing devices that have been released in 2010. The iPad has many good technologies which are designed to be used vertically or horizontally. Moreover there are multiple application built-in, from Safari and Mail to Calendar and Maps. So far the iPad is proving to be the biggest successful story for Apple. iPad Design: One of the most... Read More »
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RSS Feed to be Readable on Google Chrome

Tweet Google Chrome is considered to be the leading one in the war of the browsers in many different ways. It has all the necessary and required features when it comes to speed, performance and many other such things. If you try to access any of the feed such as http://www.clickonf5.org/feed then you would be getting the content in the format of code unlike Safari, Firefox and IE. But recently there... Read More »

HTML5- A New Venture into Apps Design

Tweet Hypertext Markup language standard which has been used for constructing web pages has shaped its latest version known as HTML 5. Since its previous versions are not successful for a decade, some of the conscious developers have created new features like 2D Graphics, built-in video etc. in HTML 5. HTML 5 is somewhat imprecise, however it is much convenient than HTML. HTML 5 which is a little bit... Read More »

The New HTML 5

Tweet There is a new innovation created which is the HTML 5 which is the new edition of the Hypertext Markup Language operation for producing Website pages. The operation has long been sleeping on the technological world for quite some time now, but there are developers who persevere to make it once again relive the life it once had with the use of new features ranging from built-in video going to... Read More »

How Silverlight Works

Tweet Since the age old days when a web page on the Internet contained just static text and a few images if possible, the world has changed drastically. Now you can watch not only videos, but a lot dynamic and versatile content has been uploaded to make the browsing experience unique. Talking about the videos, the recent Beijing 2008 Olympic Games were telecasted on Internet using Microsoft’s new... Read More »

IE’s Loss and Gain of Market Share

Tweet Change is the only constant in this material world practically and nothing as such nothing otherwise would be expected to remain unmoved. The best example for this is the long reign continued by the monopoly Microsoft group’s browser, the Internet explorer. It was once upon a time that IE was almost regarded as the sole option for browsing through the world wide web. And they took enough... Read More »

Apple is slapped with litigation over iTunes Store, Safari and Mac OS X

Tweet There are quite a number of suits that have been filed against Apple and some of them are really curious ones. These suits have named several other companies like Amazon, Microsoft and the like as co-defendendants. Most of these suits are against three of Apples products namely iTunes, Safari and Mac OS X. The first suit has been filed in a Texas federal district court and states that Apples’... Read More »


Tweet It’s been a year and a half since the release of the first version of the Google chrome. It has come a long way since its release and has almost all the features of other established browsers. Google will now shortly release the Chrome 5 which is expected to give the other browsers a run for their money. Chrome 5 is presently available in beta for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. The Chrome releases... Read More »
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