Mozilla on Wednesday released the Firefox 4 public beta, the latest iteration of the free, open-source Web browser.
With Firefox 4 Beta, Mozilla introduces a brand new interface. It takes cues from Google Chrome and other browsers by placing the tabs on top by default (in Windows only; it’ll come to Mac OS and Linux later [...]
Senator Chris Dodd (D-CT) today announced the launch of Healthcare.gov, a new website that will provide consumers in Connecticut and across the country with a “one-stop shop” for information about the many health insurance coverage options available to them.
HealthCare.gov allows users to input their personal information—for instance, New York residency, under-26 age bracket—and browse and [...]
Google is working to make their homepage looks good. And recently, they changed their homepage by setting a customizable background image–just like Microsoft’s Bing.
But recently, reports said that because of this huge change of Google’s homepage, the world of art has changed too. Thanks to Google, more and more people are now searching or viewing [...]
From one Apple mobile device rumor to another; MacRumors are reporting that several of their sources have talked about the iPhone landing on carrier Sprint in September 2010. The tips follow on from rumblings heard by other sources, but so far nobody has taken any of the speculation especially seriously.
According to the report, Apple [...]
The new Android 2.2 mobile OS will be the first to support full Adobe Flash 10.1, and Adobe sent us a Google Nexus One loaded with the new software to check it out. The good news is that Flash basically works, finally bringing the full Web to smartphones. Android 2.2 also includes some useful features, [...]
Symantec Corp. said late Wednesday that it will buy VeriSign’s identity and authentication business for about $1.28 billion in cash. The deal includes a majority stake in VeriSign Japan. Symantec expects the deal to dilute its 2011 adjusted earnings by 9 cents a share but add to earnings for the September 2011 quarter. In [...]
After a fairly long wait, the Twitter for iPhone app is finally here. Yes, it is the same Tweetie 2 app that we all know and love and is now rebranded as ‘Twitter for iPhone’ after Twitter acquired Tweetie, which was originally developed by Loren Brichter (@atebits on Twitter).
Ever since the announcement that [...]
Google will close an online store that it set up to sell its Nexus One phoneand rely on traditional retailers instead.
The search giant has admitted that sales of the Android-based handset were slower than expected, and that it will teaming up with local network partners to sell the phone through their high street shops and [...]
The next version of Google’s mobile operating system is expected to be launched at Google I/O next week, but details of Froyo, as Android 2.2 is known, are emerging early.
Adobe and Google have already confirmed Android 2.2 supports Flash 10.1, and rumors hold that Froyo will also reduce fragmentation.
TechCrunch is reporting today that Android [...]