Opera Mini, the free web browser for iPhone and iPod Touch from
Norwegian developer Opera Software ASA, offers quicker browsing than
Safari, though Safari may offer a more usable experience, according to a
recent Lifehacker post.
It's an age-old problem. You left home thinking you had saved the most
recent version of a document to your flash drive or to your MobileMe
account, but when you access it at work your "blah blah blah"
placeholders are where your charts should be.
The meeting's in
ten minutes. What do you do? Recreate the missing charts from memory?
You wish. Luckily, FeelHome's got your back.
While it's easy enough to game browsers to score well on specific kinds
not just faster than every other browser out there -- it eats every
other browsers' lunch and dinner.
This morning, Adobe Systems made some dreams come true with pre-release updates to two of their key Internet products: Flash Player 10.1 and AIR 2.0. The updates were previously announced in early October and previewed at the recent Adobe MAX 2009 event, but are now available for everyone.
No matter how happy you are with your current Web browser, chances are
you’ve wondered if another browser would make your Web wanderings
faster, easier, or at least a little more festive. We speculate about
that too (probably far too often), so we decided to run some tests,
compare features and figure out which browser currently rules the Web.