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Gmail for iOS update lets users automatically open links in Chrome, YouTube, or Safari

RockMelt social browser comes to the iPad, offers up news stories tailored to your interests

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Remember RockMelt The "social web browser"? The name doesn't come up often, especially when we talk about conventional browsers like Firefox, Chrome, IE and Safari. Well, rest assured, the startup is still alive and kicking: after releasing an iPhone app earlier this year, it's introducing an iPad version as...
RockMelt social browser comes to the iPad, offers up news stories tailored to your interests

Another Likely Physical Mockup of Next iPhone Offers a Realistic Look

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Gizmodo points to a newly-discovered product page from case manufacturer Shenzhen Coolzone Technology displaying what appears to be a high-quality physical mockup matching up with rumors and leaked parts for the next-generation "iPhone 5". Case manufacturers have become increasingly sophisticated with their physical mockups created for design and testing of...
Another Likely Physical Mockup of Next iPhone Offers a Realistic Look

Zynga Makes A Bigger Play For Arcade-Style Games With Bubble Safari

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Zynga is taking yet another step away from its long line of casual sim “-Ville” games today with the launch of Bubble Safari. It’s a arcade game where a monkey named “Bubbles” has to shoot down pieces of fruit hanging above him to save his friends from poachers. If he...
Zynga Makes A Bigger Play For Arcade-Style Games With Bubble Safari

Seven apps Ars readers use to chase away the iOS default-app blues

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Last weekend the Ars staff got together and told you what apps we like to use on our iOS devices when Apple's tools let us down. As is usually the case, our recommendations didn't even scratch the surface, and all of you had even more recommendations to fix what...
Seven apps Ars readers use to chase away the iOS default-app blues

TripAdvisor, Bubble Safari, Terra, Chill, Hootsuite, more on this week’s top 20 growing Facebook apps by MAU

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TripAdvisor displaced Zygna’s Bubble Safari as No. 1 on our list of top growing Facebook apps by monthly active users this week. Titles on our list gained the most MAU of any apps on the platform, growing from between 400,000 and 6.2 million MAU, based on our AppData tracking service. Top Gainers This Week Name MAU...
TripAdvisor, Bubble Safari, Terra, Chill, Hootsuite, more on this week’s top 20 growing Facebook apps by MAU

Apple pushes out Java updates to disable automatic applet execution

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Apple on Tuesday released two Java updates for OS X 10.7 Lion and OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard which mimic the functionality of a recent Safari update that disables the automatic execution of Java applets....
Apple pushes out Java updates to disable automatic applet execution
Google shows off Google+ content recommendations for mobile sites on Android & iOS
Apple issues OS X 10.8.4 update, includes iMessage and FaceTime fixes

A Six-Word Explainer For Zynga's Disastrous Second Quarter (ZNGA)

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The message from Zynga's disastrous second quarter, which sent its stock diving 40 percent, is simple: fewer people are playing Facebook games. Zynga was once one of the hottest IPOs of 2011. But it has faded from the top as gamers move to mobile devices and spend less and less...
A Six-Word Explainer For Zynga's Disastrous Second Quarter (ZNGA)

Mozilla developing ‘Junior’ browser for the iPad, prototype features full-screen browsing

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Calling Safari for iPad “a miserable experience,” Mozilla’s Alex Limi showed off a prototype of a new browser for the iPad called Junior in a recent presentation. Junior takes a different approach from traditional browsers, ridding of an address and search bar on the main screen, and going with a...
Mozilla developing ‘Junior’ browser for the iPad, prototype features full-screen browsing
Demetricator extension removes 'like' and friend counts from your Facebook page
Yahoo launches its own iOS web browser called Axis, with a focus on syncing bookmarks

Help make the news with GuardianWitness

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GuardianWitness is a new iOS app developed as a partnership between the publishers of the prominent British news periodical The Guardian and the telecommunications company Everything Everywhere, aka EE. It’s available now as a free download from the App Store. The GuardianWitness app supports the web service of the same...
Help make the news with GuardianWitness

Skyfire updates its iPad browser to support Skyfire Horizon for a more customizable experience

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Mobile video and cloud solutions company, Skyfire has released an update to its iPad application that it says will make mobile browsing more “social, contextual, and useful.” With the release of version 5 of Skyfire Web Browser for iPad, it includes its browser extension platform, Skyfire Horizon, giving users the ability...
Skyfire updates its iPad browser to support Skyfire Horizon for a more customizable experience
Sparrow for iPhone gets ability to open links in Chrome
The iPhone is one step closer to becoming a true Google-phone

Sun app shows off potential of mobile web apps

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Jakob Henner, a Copanhagen-based designer-developer has developed a very simple and elegant weather app, called, Sun. What makes it special? Well, it is not a native iOS app, but instead is a mobile web app. You can hardly tell the difference, though I found it working better on my iPad...
Sun app shows off potential of mobile web apps

Safari 6 Beta and iOS 6 Beta 10A5316k links surface, original iPad not supported?

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Staff of Chinese forum WeiPhone.com [Google translation] (via MacRumors) shows what appears to be not yet working links to the Software that will showcased at WWDC.  They were able to leak this same software last year correctly, so we’re taking these links seriously. Besides the beta build of 10A5316k, we’re also noting that...
Safari 6 Beta and iOS 6 Beta 10A5316k links surface, original iPad not supported?

Firefox 20 official with a seamless download manager, private windows (video)

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Some Firefox releases have more noticeable changes than others. We'd say that the newly finalized Firefox 20 is firmly in that first camp. The new release gives desktop users a Safari-like download manager that pops out from the toolbar, making it possible to check on a big download without...
Firefox 20 official with a seamless download manager, private windows (video)

Get more from Safari Downloads

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The Downloads window in Safari has more functions than you might think. [Read more]...
Get more from Safari Downloads

Bubble Safari Ocean, Angry Birds Star Wars, Yelp and more on this week's top 20 Facebook apps growing by MAU

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Zynga’s Bubble Safari Ocean takes the No. 1 spot on our list of top Facebook apps growing by monthly active users this week with 22 percent gain. Titles on our list gained the most MAU of any apps on the platform, growing from between 300,000 and 4.2 million MAU, based on our AppData tracking service....
Bubble Safari Ocean, Angry Birds Star Wars, Yelp and more on this week's top 20 Facebook apps growing by MAU

Microsoft, Surprisingly, Is Pushing The HTML5 Web Standard

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Though it looks well-intentioned, MS's attempt to promote standard HTML5 in web pages is a dig at Apple and Google. Microsoft has a new website out: "modern.ie." It's all about promoting standard HTML5-type web code so that a modern, dynamic, Flash-free website works just as well in one browser...
Microsoft, Surprisingly, Is Pushing The HTML5 Web Standard

iOS 6 to Add Safari iCloud Tabs, VIP Mail Recipients, 'Do Not Disturb' Mode?

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Back in March, we noted that Apple had activated Safari tab syncing through iCloud in OS X Mountain Lion Developer Preview 2, with the feature designed to allow users to sync open browser tabs across Macs and presumably iOS devices. Now in a new report from 9to5Mac outlining several OS...
iOS 6 to Add Safari iCloud Tabs, VIP Mail Recipients, 'Do Not Disturb' Mode?

Special delivery from China: New iPad browser from a mobile giant

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The company behind China’s leading mobile browser has quietly released an English-language browser for iPad that is competitive with Chrome, Safari, Opera, and Dolphin, not only in functionality, but also, crucially, in how it looks. A week and a half ago, I met with UCWeb’s CEO Yu Yongfu in San...
Special delivery from China: New iPad browser from a mobile giant

Apple Enables 'Power Nap' for Retina MacBook Pro With SMC Update

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Apple has issued a system management controller (SMC) update for the MacBook Pro with Retina display, enabling Power Nap support in OS X Mountain Lion. This update fixes several sleep/wake issues to improve the stability of MacBook Pro with Retina display (Mid 2012) computers and is recommended for all...
Apple Enables 'Power Nap' for Retina MacBook Pro With SMC Update

Bugs & Fixes: Solving 2 Safari-related Glitches

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Check Safari's cookies settings whenever a webpage unexpectedly refuses to load....
Bugs & Fixes: Solving 2 Safari-related Glitches

FTC Google Settlement

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Google Inc. has agreed to pay a record $22.5 million civil penalty to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that it misrepresented to users of Apple Inc.'s Safari Internet browser that it would not place tracking "cookies" or serve targeted ads to those users, violating an earlier privacy settlement between the...
FTC Google Settlement
Whoops: Google reveals it didn't delete all of its Street View Wi-Fi data

Google Apps Says Goodbye To Internet Explorer, Pulls Support For the Browser

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Today, the Google Apps team announced that it will no longer support Internet Explorer 8. Thank goodness. Here’s what the team had to say: As we announced last year, we support the latest version of Google Chrome (which automatically updates whenever it detects that a new version of the browser...
Google Apps Says Goodbye To Internet Explorer, Pulls Support For the Browser
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