iBackup Viewer manages to browse iphone backups of contacts, call history, sms messages and Apps' data. It's easy to extract information...
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After its release on the iPad last year, Opera has brought its touch-friendly browser to Apple smartphones too.
Opera has rolled out a new version Coast, its tab-less, URL bar-free browser for the iPad.
Opera's new Coast browser for the iPad ditches tabs and buttons in favour of swipes.
OWA for iPhone and iPad are mobile apps that offer the same email, calendar and contact functionality as the Outlook Web App in a browser but with additional features only possible in native apps. But they're only for Office 365 users.
Russian search company Yandex places Android and iPad first on mobile.
You can use iPhone Backup Browser to view and extract any file from iPhone backups easily. It will help you to export messages with...
The folks at Rdio are taking their music service experience to the big screen with their new Vdio movie and TV show service. Rdio Unlimited subscribers can try it out now with a free $25 credit in the Vdio store.
Chrome for iPhone and iPad was announced today at Google I/O 2012 and is now available for download in the App Store.
Sleipnir 3 bridges the gap between your desktop and your smartphone. In addition to its outstanding practicality as a web browser such...
The iPad maker is planning to add Chinese search engine Baidu to the options in its mobile Safari browser in China, reports say
There most common gamification platform may be your standard PC web browser, typically accessed via a laptop or desktop computer, but every new piece of personal tech hardware has the potential to open up new avenues. For example, mobile phones and tablets such as the iPad have had some gamification success, especially when it comes to GPS-powered location-specific game features, such as check-ins at a specific place.
The popular Android web browser, Dolphin Browser, makes its way to iOS and is now available for free on the iPad. Tabbed browsing, browsing with gestures, and more are supported.
Google's Chrome browser makes market share gains at the expense of Microsoft's Internet Explorer. Plus, a breakdown of mobile stats, including tablets.
Research in Motion posted a side-by-side video comparing the PlayBook tablet to the iPad. In the video the PlayBook loads web pages faster than the iPad and its Flash capability adds sizzle to sites like Adidas.com.
IBM buys Cast Iron Systems and there's word that the feds have their eye on Apple. Meanwhile, Net Neutrality, iPad sales and browser share are all making headlines of their own.
At first I thought the Safari web browser would have the same limitations as the one on the iPhone, but I was pleasantly surprised to find every site I need to access working perfectly on the larger screen iPad. Maybe the iPad really can serve as my computer replacement.
Google Buzz was the big tech news of the week so Kevin, James, and I kicked off MobileTechRoundup show #197 giving our thoughts and experiences with the new service. Kevin also talked about the Swype text input system on Android that is launching on the myTouch 3G. James received news that Skyfire bought the Steel browser for Android so we may soon see Skyfire moving from Windows Mobile and S60 to Android. Quickoffice also added a few web services for document support and Kevin was pretty pleased to hear this. I am very interested in seeing how well Quickoffice and Documents To Go look on the iPad in comparison to the iWork apps. Virtualization on the iPad was also discussed and may be swaying iPad purchase decisions.
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