Mozilla Won’t Bring Firefox to iOS Because Apple’s Acting Like a Jerk

Mozilla Won't Bring Firefox to iOS Because Apple's Acting Like a Jerk
I use Firefox on my Mac. Sometimes I use Chrome. I never use Safari. When it comes to my iPad, I’d much rather use Firefox. But that’s not happening anytime soon. Here’s why. Read more…

How Apple Optimized iOS 4.2.1 With Web Devs In Mind

Apple has included a major amount of fixes and tweaks in iOS 4.2.1 — here’s a look at a few at what’s new in Safari that will entice Web Developers and how Apple is working to squash a sluggish user experience. Better RAM Management — Apps Faster Over Beta Versions A large concern iOS users Read more…

Safari 5 Released

Safari 5 Released
There have been rumblings about this for a while now, but it’s official: Safari is now Safari 5, and it’s available right now. From the official press release: Apple® today released Safari® 5, the latest version of the world’s fastest and most innovative web browser, featuring the new Safari Reader for reading articles on the Read more…

Google Chrome Vs Safari

Google Chrome Vs Safari
There’s an interesting article over at Business Insider, about how Chrome is kicking Safari’s butt currently, and how that will lead to the downfall of Apple as a company. Maybe I should just pull out a quote at this point so you get the idea. Last time, the software platform that killed Apple was Microsoft’s Windows. This Read more…

ClickToFlash – Make Using Flash Your Choice

ClickToFlash - Make Using Flash Your Choice
The past few weeks, there’s been a lot of talk about Adobe’s Flash. The iPad doesn’t run it, and neither does the iPhone, which is either the best thing that’s every happened or the biggest catastrophe since WWII. Me, I’m on the fence. I never really thought that I ran into Flash frequently on the Read more…

Safari 4.0 Beta – A First Look

Safari 4.0 Beta - A First Look
This morning Apple released a Safari 4 Beta. They have dubbed the release “The World’s Fastest and Most Innovative Browser”. It certainly is speedy, and there are some interesting new features – but not all of them are unique to Safari as the PR might have you believe. (que fanboy ranting…now!) Some of the innovations Read more…

Netflix starts testing “Watch Instantly” on Mac w/ Silverlight

Netflix starts testing "Watch Instantly" on Mac w/ Silverlight
We’ve heard for a while that Netflix was going to be bringing their “Watch Instantly” feature to the Mac “soon”. Well, finally, they have begun to test this using Microsoft’s Silverlight browser plugin. If you’ve thought the Microsoft Silverlight plugin was useless or annoying, the fact that it will finally bring Netflix over to Mac Read more…

UPDATED (again): Web Apps DON’T work offline in Safari 4

UPDATED (again): Web Apps DON'T work offline in Safari 4
I received an email this morning shortly after posting about the Snow Leopard screenshots from a reader and developer. They provided the screenshot above which clearly shows the Windows version of Safari 4.0 having saved the AppleGazette RSS feed as an offline application. The file is an .exe – making it a full blown Windows Read more…

Safari for Windows 3.1.2 released – fixed 4 security flaws

Safari for Windows 3.1.2 released - fixed 4 security flaws
Apple has released an updated for Safari on Windows. This newest release, version 3.1.2, includes “stability improvements”, and security updates. The update fixes a WebKit bug where a malicious JavaScript could crash the browser, an “information disclosure” involving BMP and GIF files, and two other fixes that address problems with code execution when files are Read more…

Apple releases “Snow Leopard” details

Apple today announced that at least some of the rumors started by TUAW are true. The next version of OSX will be called “Snow Leopard”, and it will not showcase any new features. “We have delivered more than a thousand new features to OS X in just seven years and Snow Leopard lays the foundation Read more…