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Remember the browser wars of the late 1990s? They’re back, and they’re bigger and badder than ever.
You could turn it into a film, in fact: Microsoft takes on the plucky Netscape and kills it to death, but Netscape’s son Mozilla vows that one day, he will get his revenge – so he bides his time, recruits an army that includes the famous warriors Google, Opera and Apple, gets tooled up and challenges Microsoft to a rematch.
Well, it’s a bit like that, anyway – and this time, it’s all about apps.
Safari 6 rumours: what you need to know Read more: http://www.techradar.com/news/internet/web/safari-6-rumours-what-you-need-to-know-943486#ixzz1KpbnxDs7
Apple’s Safari has been out since last summer, which is an eternity in browser terms, and while Safari 5 brought lots of useful new features to the party there’s still room for improvement.
And with Google shipping new versions of Chrome every ten minutes and even Microsoft accelerating browser development, the browser wars are still ongoing. So what can we expect from Safari six?
Safari 6.0 will have full-screen mode and Webkit 2 for improved stability
The latest version of firefox has just been released.
In the first few days it has already had 24 million downloads!
It’s always good to keep up with new technologies so why not download it now
The final version of Firefox 4 is set for a 22 March launch following not one, not two but 12 betas.
Mozilla developers attended a meeting with the company last night, after which Damon Sicore, senior director of platform engineering, posted on a Mozilla developer’s message board:
“Today’s triage session concluded with all systems go for a Firefox 4 launch on 22 March.”
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Just how important is facebook in the UK?
Well according to recent reports Britain Boasts 30 Million Facebook Users!
The number of registered users has increased markedly over the past months. When the social networking firm last published statistics on the number of British Facebook users last July, this figure still stood at around 26 million, representing an increase of over 10 per cent in just eight months.
With the amount of people using Facebook it is now becoming an essential marketing tool for any business to use.