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Chrome on iOS is sluggish, but at least it syncs

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During day two of the Google I/O conference the company moved away from the topics of Google Glass and Android to talk about its Chrome web browser and related web technologies. The Chrome web browser stole the show with the announcement that an iOS version would be available for the iPhone...
Chrome on iOS is sluggish, but at least it syncs
Rich, smart, and -- apparently -- sexy: Yandex CEO Arkady Volozh is GQ man of the year

Siri Gets Smarter and Maps Get Fancier in iOS 6

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Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference has seen the debut of a new version of the company’s iOS mobile operating system for the past few years, and today’s event was no different. During Apple’s WWDC keynote today, Scott Forstall, senior vice president of iOS Software, uncrated iOS 6, the latest iteration of...
Siri Gets Smarter and Maps Get Fancier in iOS 6

Not Just For Native Mobile Apps Anymore: Parse Launches JavaScript SDK

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Parse, the Y Combinator-backed startup that powers the back-end for mobile apps like Band of the Day and Hipmunk, is rolling out support for mobile web apps too. The San Francisco startup has a new SDK for JavaScript that makes it easier to build HTML5 apps. Parse has long billed...
Not Just For Native Mobile Apps Anymore: Parse Launches JavaScript SDK
Google and others caught circumventing Safari and Mobile Safari security restrictions

The agony and the ecstasy of Chrome on iOS

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Today, Google announced that its Chrome browser would be coming to iOS devices. This was welcome news for many using Chrome on the desktop, as it would bring syncing of tabs, passwords and more over to their mobile devices. Unfortunately, Chrome faces some steep challenges on Apple’s platform, which mean...
The agony and the ecstasy of Chrome on iOS
Google could soon face big fines over iOS Safari privacy controversy in FTC investigation

Wikipedia Gets Pretty with Articles iPhone App

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When it comes to accessing Wikipedia on your iPhone, there’s no shortage of options. This week, a new app entered the arena dubbed Articles, and for users who value a solid interface and pleasant viewing experience, it’s an excellent choice.The app, which is $2.99 in the App Store, features...
Wikipedia Gets Pretty with Articles iPhone App

Address spoofing vulnerability discovered in Mobile Safari on iOS 5.1

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A security researcher has discovered that it's possible to show the URL of one site while loading another in Mobile Safari, which could trick users into visiting a malicious website. The vulnerability has been reported to Apple, but until the company issues a patch for iOS, users should be...
Address spoofing vulnerability discovered in Mobile Safari on iOS 5.1

iPad: $1 Billion Later, What Do You Think of It Now?

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The iPad has passed $1 billion in sales, according to simple multiplication of the company's 2 million announced sales of the product after a mere 2 months of availability. Earlier this month Yankee Group analyst Carl Howe predicted that the iPad would become the fastest consumer product to hit $1...
iPad: $1 Billion Later, What Do You Think of It Now?

Is Apple's Mobile RSS Reader Down for the Count?

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Some Mac and iPhone owners who had been using Safari to view RSS feeds — Really Simple Syndication feeds of Web content — may have been dismayed when native RSS got the boot with OS X Mountain Lion for desktops and iOS 6 for iPhone. Now it seems that RSS...
Is Apple's Mobile RSS Reader Down for the Count?

Senator calls for FTC investigation of Google and Apple over stealth photo uploading capabilities

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When we broke the news that iOS (and later Android) apps could upload your photo library (along with videos, calendars and even record A/V), we knew some people would be upset: Congress became involved and probably motivated the move [by Apple to shut down the vulnerability], but the legislative body...
Senator calls for FTC investigation of Google and Apple over stealth photo uploading capabilities
Chrome for iOS review: syncing is great, but still just a WebKit wrapper

iOS 5 Safari bug could lead users to malicious Web sites

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A hole in Apple's mobile Safari can be exploited to display a different URL in the address field than the Web site being viewed in the browser. [Read more]...
iOS 5 Safari bug could lead users to malicious Web sites

Google Street View coming to Safari, report says

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Google is reportedly getting ready to make the maps experience on the iPhone a little easier -- in the phone's main browser. According to a report from the New York Times' David Pogue, Google is planning to roll out its Street View feature to mobile Safari users in the next...
Google Street View coming to Safari, report says

Android Is... Still Getting Destroyed In Mobile Web Browsing

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Android Is... Still Getting Destroyed In Mobile Web Browsing: Mobile Safari hit 66.22% share of mobile browsing in July, the highest number yet that NetMarketshare has calculated for the browser. Android is growing too, at 19.41%, but amazingly, not as quickly.  John Gruber wonders how this could be given what...
Android Is... Still Getting Destroyed In Mobile Web Browsing

Google facing tens of millions in fines in FTC’s iOS Safari privacy investigation

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We knew that Google would likely be facing fines in the FTC’s investigation into its method of bypassing Apple’s default iOS Safari browser settings. Last month reports claimed the FTC would make a decision on the fines within 30 days. Today Reuters reported sources close to the situation have confirmed...
Google facing tens of millions in fines in FTC’s iOS Safari privacy investigation

How to design web sites for tablets

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This story is brought to you by Sourcebits, a Global leader in Strategy, User Experience & Engineering for Mobile & Cloud. Follow Sourcebits on Twitter for recent news and updates. Imagine a website that looks horrible on a tablet. Or worse, doesn’t even actually function. Oh wait, you don’t...
How to design web sites for tablets

Senator calls for FTC investigation of Apple and Google over stealth photo uploading capabilities

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When we broke the news that iOS (and later Android) apps could upload your photo library (along with videos, calendars and even record A/V), we knew some people would be upset: Congress became involved and probably motivated the move [by Apple to shut down the vulnerability], but the legislative body...
Senator calls for FTC investigation of Apple and Google over stealth photo uploading capabilities

Akamai: Mobile data traffic doubled year-to-year in Q3, broadband adoption up

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Akamai's served up its latest State of the Internet report, and data collected by Ericsson reveals some significant changes in terms of mobile internet usage. According to the firm's figures, mobile data traffic doubled between the third quarters of 2011 and 2012, growing 16 percent since Q2 2012. In...
Akamai: Mobile data traffic doubled year-to-year in Q3, broadband adoption up
Apple could unveil Baidu for iPhone search at WWDC
Amazon expands in-app purchasing to Mac, PC, And Web platforms

What food goes well with syrah? Ask your wine bottle

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Credit: Moore Brothers Wine Company You know how you’re sitting in a restaurant and you know what kind of wine you want to drink (Tempranillo, please) and later, when you’re happily sipping and scanning the menu you think, ugh, so which food is this wine supposed to go with, again?...
What food goes well with syrah? Ask your wine bottle

Chrome Team Releases Field Guide to Web Applications

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The Chrome folks have put together a Field Guide for Web Applications that is almost as notable for its design as the content itself. The field guide is a short resource with four chapters on Web apps, and one devoted to "Bert Appward" – the fictitious author of the guide....
Chrome Team Releases Field Guide to Web Applications
Opera's New "Ice" Mobile Browser Launching In February For Android And iOS, Drops Presto For WebKit
How Google reworked Android to step around Apple's deadly '915 patent
Barnes & Noble debuts Nook for Web for browser-based reading

35 Fresh JavaScript/jQuery Tools and Resources

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  It’s time for more JavaScript and jQuery goodies here on Noupe. Today we are featuring fresh JavaScript Development Frameworks, code optimization and minimization tools, reference tables, compatibility issues, common coding errors, image manipulation techniques and graph solutions. Please feel free to submit further resources in the comments to this...
35 Fresh JavaScript/jQuery Tools and Resources

Ecommerce Study Finds Mobile Safari To Be Fastest Growing Web Browser

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Much of the time when you talk about browser market share, it’s in the context of IE vs. Chrome vs. all the rest. But new data released from e-commerce technology company Monetate today has thrown the mobile version of Safari into the mix. The result? The firm found Mobile Safari to be...
Ecommerce Study Finds Mobile Safari To Be Fastest Growing Web Browser

Apple's WebKit2 will add Google Chrome-like split processes to Safari

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A new framework for the WebKit open source Web browser layout engine was revealed Thursday, bringing with it a built-in "split process model" that will keep Web content such as JavaScript, HTML and layout in a separate process in browsers such as Apple's Safari and Mobile Safari....
Apple's WebKit2 will add Google Chrome-like split processes to Safari
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