The highly anticipated Word, Excel and PowerPoint apps for iOS were released on March 27 and are enjoying stratospheric popularity. But how much of it is pent-up demand?
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Surprise, surprise — Microsoft's Office apps are a hit on the iPad.
Mozilla's general counsel estimates between 6-9 million lost Firefox browser downloads thanks to Microsoft failing to include the 'browser choice' screen in latest versions of Windows 7.
Apple's iPad has seen more than 3 billion downloads, while Android tablets only have had approximately 440 million by comparison.
Firefox 4 downloads continue to outpace IE9 downloads, despite the fact that Microsoft has started pushing the new browser via Windows Update.
Firefox 4 hits 1 million downloads in less than 3 hours following the official launch!
Downloads from iPad and Android devices break 50,000 in first 24 hours...
AT&T "systematically" overcharged iPhone and iPad owners by inflating data downloads and adding "phantom traffic" to bills, so claims a lawsuit filed in California federal court.
There was some buzz over the weekend that a team over at News Corp., the parent company behind the Wall Street Journal and Fox News, is hard at work on an iPad-only "newspaper," called The Daily, set to launch sometime around Christmas.
Mozilla has quickly rushed out a Firefox security patch to provide cover for a zero-day flaw that was being exploited in drive-by malware downloads.
Thanks to the German government's warning to IE users to dump the browser due to the recently discovered vulnerability, Firefox has seen a huge increase in downloads.
The Microsoft .NET Framework Assistant add-on that Microsoft sneaked into Firefox without permission from end users is vulnerable to a serious code execution vulnerability.
Firefox must qualify as the most successful open-source development project, not because it is nearing 1 billion downloads this weekend, but because the numbers of people it has affected.And there is a thriving community of Firefox add on developers that help add lots of value to the browser.
It's not been 24 hours yet, and Mozilla's Firefox 3.5 web browser has been downloaded over 4.7 million times.
Mozilla claims one million copies of Firefox 3.5 have been downloaded during its first day of release.
The Mozilla Project has smashed its target of five million Firefox 3 downloads in 24 hours, achieving a final tally of 8,290,545, and a six percent share of the total browser market
Mozilla claims that at its peak, Firefox 3 was being downloaded 14,000 per minute and in the first 24 hours, the organisation had served more than eight million copies of its new browser.
BTW this is being entered into the blog using FireFox 3, I managed to get one of the 24-hr downloads, but sadly not on this machine.Well we finally figured out the magic cookie for SP3.
Since its release on Tuesday, downloads of Mozilla's Firefox 3 web browser have already exceeded the organisation's 'wildest expectations'
Seems that Mozilla's Download Day has a fair amount of traction behind it!
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