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Firefox: Aiming for One Million Contributors

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Mozilla's Dietrich Ayala would like to have one million contributors to Firefox in 2012. It's a tough, probably unreachable, goal that Ayala says he's kidding about. Kind of. Ayala spoke at FOSDEM about developing Firefox in 2012, and new approaches that Mozilla is taking to try to reduce time and...
Firefox: Aiming for One Million Contributors

Chrome Beta for Android Will Be Good for Mobile HTML5 Development

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When Google announced that the Chrome browser would become its own operating system and run on netbooks, the thought around the tech community was that eventually Google would have to merge Chrome with Android. After all, what is the point of supporting two disparate mobile operating systems? The convergence has...
Chrome Beta for Android Will Be Good for Mobile HTML5 Development

Arris reveals Moxi DVR release 2.0 with web browser, apps and iPad remote

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If your cable company is offering Arris' Moxi Whole Home DVR setup (we've seen it pop up on Shaw, BendBroadband and Wide Open West so far) you should have a few new features headed your way. This week at the NCTA Cable Show 2012 it's debuting Moxi software release...
Arris reveals Moxi DVR release 2.0 with web browser, apps and iPad remote

Boot up: Google 'builds entertainment device', Twitter Superbowl infographic, and more

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Plus Liverpool-based ScraperWiki raises new funding, and an urgent call to inaction from the W3CA quick burst of 9 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamGoogle at Work on an 'Entertainment Device' - NYTimes.comMore: The device, which exists as a prototype and will eventually be...
Boot up: Google 'builds entertainment device', Twitter Superbowl infographic, and more

Now, What About Chrome For iOS?

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“It’s a tough question for us.” That’s what Google SVP of Chrome Sundar Pichai told me when I asked him about the possibility of Chrome launching on iOS one day. I ask, of course, because Chrome just launched in beta for Android users (well, Ice Cream Sandwich users) today. Pichai...
Now, What About Chrome For iOS?

RIM to app developers: 'Say no to Native Is Better Syndrome'

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BlackBerry Web Platform technical director Laurent Hasson bangs the drum for HTML5How can RIM get its mojo back for developers? The company's technical director of the BlackBerry Web Platform Laurent Hasson gave a keynote speech at the London Web Summit this morning outlining why web-apps may be the key to...
RIM to app developers: 'Say no to Native Is Better Syndrome'
A Mozilla Browser Is Coming to iPad, but It's Not Firefox

Chrome for Android comes out of beta, available now in Google Play

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Well it’s been 4 months in the making, but as of today, Google has finally released the full version of Chrome for Android into the Google Play marketplace. We first caught wind of the Android-version of Google’s popular browser back in February of this year when its beta was released. The launch...
Chrome for Android comes out of beta, available now in Google Play
Google Chrome update lets you share tabs across devices
Taptu breaks out of mobile, delivers an HTML5 news DJ app for the Web

Google Chrome browser hits top spot in iOS free apps

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Less than 12 hours after initial release, Google Chrome is the number one free application on the iOS App Store. The new Webkit-based browser app supports the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch, and requires iOS 4.3 or greater. The iOS version shares its features with the desktop versions, which are...
Google Chrome browser hits top spot in iOS free apps
Samsung announces pricing and release dates for 2012 HDTVs

NthCode Wants To Bring The Internet To Everything Plugged Into Your TV

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When I first met Peter McDermott in Beijing last year, I had no idea what he did. A few days of stepping around town with him and his pack of expats later… I still had no idea. It was largely my fault; I was knee deep in helping Sarah...
NthCode Wants To Bring The Internet To Everything Plugged Into Your TV

HTML5 bullets: innovative ClojureScript IDE, CSS filter effects, and more

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The following is a roundup of some of the most interesting recent stories about HTML, JavaScript, and Web technology. Light Table is a new IDE concept that developer Chris Granger built with Clojurescript, a lisp-like language that compiles down to JavaScript. It has some innovative features and offers a...
HTML5 bullets: innovative ClojureScript IDE, CSS filter effects, and more

Google patches first major Chrome exploit

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Google sent word that it had already patched the Chrome exploit demonstrated in CanSecWest's Pwn2Own side contest, Pwnium. Linux, Mac, and Windows versions, along with the Chrome Frame plugin for Internet Explorer, should all be secure today. It's now known to have involved universal cross-site scripting and "bad history navigation,"...
Google patches first major Chrome exploit

Mozilla borrows from WebKit to build fast new JS engine

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Mozilla borrows from WebKit to build fast new JS engine

Blackberry Will Have a New Webkit-based Browser… Soon! http://bit.ly/9rnOHD from @gigaom

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Blackberry Will Have a New Webkit-based Browser… Soon! http://bit.ly/9rnOHD from @gigaom

Microsoft Drop Trident from Internet Explorer

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Web developers often complain about the sedate progress of Microsoft’s popular browser and its Trident rendering engine. Internet Explorer 9.0 may offer features available in other browsers, but no release date has been scheduled and it’s widely anticipated to be early 2011. Many have called for the company to base...
Microsoft Drop Trident from Internet Explorer

Internet Explorer UA Style Sheets (also links to Firefox, Webkit and Opera UA Stylesheets)

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Internet Explorer UA Style Sheets (also links to Firefox, Webkit and Opera UA Stylesheets)

Is iPad a game-changer?

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Is iPad a game-changer?

The New York Times pulls dumbass move after getting free Apple publicity

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How is it that a leading newspaper with a global reach doesn’t get it. I mean here we have the New York Times competing with all the other big brand papers to establish a foothold on the Web and yet when an iPad app uses their publicly available RSS...
The New York Times pulls dumbass move after getting free Apple publicity

BlackBerry OS 6.0 screenshots, details!

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If you’re a BlackBerry fan, there is probably not a single thing you have been looking forward to more than what we have right here — screenshots and full details of RIM’s upcoming operating system, OS 6.0. One of our AT&T sources has not only showed us the brand...
BlackBerry OS 6.0 screenshots, details!

Pål Hivand: Gmail Adds Drag-and-Drop to File Attachments

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Pål Hivand: Gmail Adds Drag-and-Drop to File Attachments

Blink tag considered harmful

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The blink tag will destroy your computer: The specific flaw exists due to a failure to unregister a callback pointer during the destruction of a particular type of element when embedded inside a 'blink' container. The application dereferences the original resource which can can be leveraged by an attacker to...
Blink tag considered harmful

Nokia N900 Adds Twitter to Conversations

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Watching apps and features appear for Nokia’s N900 reminds me of watching my kids grow up. The device continues to mature and improve on a weekly basis — but if you’re not paying attention, you suddenly see the handset in a different light and wonder where the time went....
Nokia N900 Adds Twitter to Conversations

★ A Brief Review of Opera Mini for iPhone

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Opera Mini for iPhone is fast, but at best only seems 2 or 3 seconds at getting to a readable page than MobileSafari over AT&T’s 3G network here in Philly. And, worse, over my home Wi-Fi network, MobileSafari is faster. I ran those tests using my iPhone 3GS. I then...
★ A Brief Review of Opera Mini for iPhone

hsivonen – -webkit-HTML5 http://goo.gl/fb/f4rLJ

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hsivonen – -webkit-HTML5 http://goo.gl/fb/f4rLJ

Apple and Mozilla Copy Chrome’s Crash Behavior

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Providing more proof that Google’s evil plan to take over the world is coming along nicely, both Apple (WebKit2) and Mozilla (Firefox Lorentz) are making modifications to their web browsers that mimic something Google’s Chrome already does. One of the reasons that Chrome is different and arguably more efficient than...
Apple and Mozilla Copy Chrome’s Crash Behavior

Mozilla borrows from WebKit to build fast new JS engine

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Mozilla's high-performance TraceMonkey JavaScript engine, which was first introduced in 2008, has lost a lot of its luster as competing browser vendors have stepped up their game to deliver superior performance. Firefox now lags behind Safari, Chrome, and Opera in common JavaScript benchmarks. In an effort to bring Firefox...
Mozilla borrows from WebKit to build fast new JS engine

RIM CEO claims we are staring 'down the barrel of a capacity crunch,' should all get BlackBerrys to prevent it

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Capacity crunch, isn't that a breakfast cereal? RIM's Mike Lazaridis seems to have been a real grouch at MWC this week as apparently he hasn't stopped talking about the doom and gloom awaiting mobile carriers over the next few years. Focusing on the bandwidth-hungry North American market, Lazaridis has...
RIM CEO claims we are staring 'down the barrel of a capacity crunch,' should all get BlackBerrys to prevent it
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