Maxthon Cloud Browser, a popular web browser for Windows, Mac and mobile, is coming to Linux – but will its unique features find favour?
With the browser market dominated by Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer you could be forgiven for thinking that small browsers have little to offer. But Qupzilla, a multi-platform Qt-based web-browser, is worth taking for a spin. It boasts features comparable to Chrome and Firefox, yet uses less resources than either.
A new release of lightweight webkit web browser Midori is available for download. See what's new and learn how to upgrade by clicking on the 'read more' button below...
A new version of web-browser Opera has been made available for download. The update, which bumps the browser up to version 11.60, comes with the usual smattering of improved web standards support, bug fixes and rendering engine updates - but that's not all...
The first alpha release of Firefox 11 has been set for December 20th. Arriving just in time for xmas, the alpha release could see the debut of a number of goodies scheduled to ship in […]
A new release of lightweight webkit web-browser Midori is now available with improvements made to the applications' stability, looks and performance.
What’s been happening in web browser land over the past seven days? Let’s take a quick look… Google Chrome 14 – New Stable Release The latest stable release of Google Chrome – now sitting at […]
Unity support is one of several changes making up the latest release of lightweight web browser Midori. Screenshots and installation information are tucked inside.
With todays news that Google's Chrome web browser has overtaken Firefox as the second most used web-browser in the UK I turned to OMG! Ubuntu!'s visitor stats for UK Linux users to see if, here at least, that trend is also reflected.
Lightweight webkit web browser Midori got a minor version bump yesterday - but what's new and what's improved?
There is no denying that Internet Explorer 9 has found fans with its design revamp. Firefox users wishing to "mimic" the look can now do so.
Mozilla have revealed plans to put the Firefox development schedule on steroids. For 2011, they intend, will see the browser bunny-hop from version 3.6 all the way to version 7.0.