Some people are still in denial about the rise of the Linux operating system with the Chrome Web browser interface, Chrome OS, and its hardware: the Chromebooks. The experts say, however, it's the one segment of the PC market that's growing while everything else shrinks.
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Is Pano System for the Cloud another example of virtual access to remote computing resources? Does it really offer more than merely using a Web Browser on a Tablet, Netbook or low cost PC? Pano Logic would say yes.
Microsoft is going to start automatically upgradingWindows PC users to the latest version of the IE browser available for their PCs, as of January next year.
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 latest xkcd cartoon says it all. When so much is run within the browser, does the Mac vs. PC debate really matter anymore?
The browser maker has launched the Opera Mobile Store, which will stock apps for mobile platforms including Android, BlackBerry and Symbian
Research in Motion is talking about its PlayBook tablet a lot and showing off demos, but the company isn't giving developers much to work with just yet. The biggest deliverable needed: A functional browser.
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.
A new web browser called RockMelt which places an emphasis on social media and easy sharing of content has now entered into beta testing, according to an announcement by the RockMelt company.The browser is based around Google Chromium — the open source version of Google's Chrome browser — which is in turn based on the WebKit source code, used by many mobile and desktop browser vendors, including Apple, RIM, Palm and Google.
RIM introduces its own answer to the tablet PC market, an enterprise ready device with a 7-inch screen called Blackberry Playbook
Within a couple of seconds of sitting down at my PC on Saturday I realised something was badly wrong, and since Google has been my browser home page for the past decade, it was dead easy to spot the guilty party: Google. To be specific, Google’s Buckyballs celebration doodle was consuming 100% of my CPU.
RIM's new-look BlackBerry OS includes tabbed browsing and universal search...
The Canadian phone manufacturer RIM has posted another short demo video of its upcoming BlackBerry 6 platform, showing off the touchscreen merits of the system
Fast deployment, browser-based management and the ability to protect any internet-connected Windows PC are the key selling points of this revamped hosted security service. It's Windows only and has one or two rough edges, but compares well with other small-business solutions.
Speed kills and the race is on to cook up the most stable and fastest browser around. That situation means innovation abounds. Microsoft's Internet Explorer and Mozilla's Firefox are No. 1 and No. 2 in market share, but Apple's Safari and Google's Chrome are also pushing the field. Toss in smaller players like Opera, which does better on mobile platforms than the PC, and these are interesting times.
ECIS, a lobbyist group with many Microsoft adversaries as members, is calling on regulators worldwide to follow the European Commission (EC) in requiring Microsoft to offer a browser ballot that calls out non-Internet-Explorer alternatives available to PC users
Part of the key to having a successful mobile device is getting the browser to play nicely with as many of the billions of web pages out there. Research In Motion (RIM), makers of the successful Blackberry handsets, plan on making its platform better by adding a WebKit-based browser.
MWC 2010: RIM showcases WebKit browser and targets SMEs with BES Express
Research In Motion on Monday debuted a new, long-awaited Web browser for its BlackBerry devices, touting the Webkit-based application as easier, faster and better at rendering Web sites.
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