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Flash Player (Videos / Audio)

How to download Flash for Android Mobile Phones or Tablets.1 - install Adobe Flash Player on Samsung Galaxy S42 - Install Adobe Flash...

December 12, 2014 by Easy-FlashPlayer

Google announces open-source video format WebM

At Google I/O in San Francisco, Google's Vic Gundotra unveils a new royalty-free video format called WebM. Google has partnered with software developers Mozilla and Opera to support the encoding technology in their browsers.

May 19, 2010 by

Google announces open-source video format WebM

At Google I/O in San Francisco, Google's Vic Gundotra unveils a new royalty-free video format called WebM. Google has partnered with software developers Mozilla and Opera to support the encoding technology in their browsers. The format is based on the VP8 technology that Google acquired from On2 Technologies in February.

May 19, 2010 by

RemoveAds

Remove Ads is a powerful program that filters and blocks commercial banners from being loaded by browsers, Google, YouTube, Yahoo ICQ,...

August 21, 2014 by Major Share

The time is right for the WebM video project

What do you do when the tech industry is in a Web video pissing match that just won't end? If you're Google you open source the video codec acquired in the On2 Technologies deal and create a project called WebM. The WebM effort is so needed that Microsoft, Google, Mozilla and Opera all will support it.

May 19, 2010 by

Xtravo Web Browser

Xtravo is a browser that combines a minimal design with sophisticated technology to make the Web faster, safer, and easier. It's high...

June 12, 2012 by Jawoco

The mobile browser dance gets complicated

Mozilla shelves plans to develop a mobile browser for Windows Mobile and Windows Phone 7. Opera broadcasts every step in its quest to have its browser approved for Apple's iPhone. And generally speaking you get the browser that is given to you with your smartphone. This should be a lot easier.

March 22, 2010 by

Opera browser (finally) gets an auto-updater

The Opera Web browser has undergone a minor security makeover with one significant improvement -- the ability to update itself when patches are released.The latest browser update will, by default, notify the user about available updates in very much the same way Mozilla Firefox handles automatic patching.

September 3, 2009 by

Browser wars: the platform wins

Panel: Arun Ranganathan (Mozilla), Chris Wilson (Web Platform Architect, Microsoft), Brendan Eich (CTO, Mozilla Foundation), Charles McCathieNevile (Chief Standards Officer, Opera Software), Darin Fisher (Software Engineer, Google)Browser experts from Mozilla, Google, Microsoft, Opera, and the Webkit project are all here.Google wanted to create an open source browser and not build a brand new rendering engine.

March 16, 2009 by

Mozilla Fennec browser released in pre-alpha form for Windows Mobile

One of the weakest features of Windows Mobile is the current web browser, Internet Explorer Mobile. There are several better alternatives such as the fantastic Opera Mobile 9.5 for Windows Mobile that is included on some devices as the default browser and the Skyfire proxy browser (I can watch Hulu.com with this browser). There has been talk for quite some time about Mozilla entering the Windows Mobile space and as reported by WMExperts.com the Fennec browser is now available in very early pre-alpha form (aka milestone release) to try on HTC Touch Pro devices. Make sure you have a backup of your device and are willing to risk a hard reset before trying this software out as it is very early in the development cycle and not that stable.

February 11, 2009 by

Firefox joins security patch day treadmill

Mozilla is joining Microsoft and Opera on the browser patching treadmill.The open-source group has rolled out the final security fix for the Firefox 2 branch and a new version of Firefox 3 to plug about a dozen security holes that could lead to remote code execution attacks, browser crashes and information disclosure issues.

December 16, 2008 by

Opera accuses Mozilla of irresponsible disclosure

In a blog posted yesterday on Opera's website, blogger Claudio Santambrogio tells us that he isn't happy about the way Mozilla handled an Opera security disclosure.  Here's what Claudio had to say:Mozilla notified us of one security issue ( ) the day before they published their public advisory ( ).

February 14, 2008 by

What Google Gears means for Rich Internet Applications and Apollo

Some big news today that Google is announcing an open source project called "Google Gears" which is an open source collaboration between Google, Adobe, Mozilla, and Opera that enables offline web applications in the browser. It seems very similar to the announcement that Mozilla made about the offline features in Firefox 3 and will be a huge benefit for browser applications everywhere (including those being developed in Flash).

May 30, 2007 by

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