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1. Android Hits 85 Percent Smartphone Market Share

19.04%
August 1, 2014
...fly in Android's ointment right now could be Apple's pending release of iPhones with larger screens, according to Strategy Analytics. Mawston also mentioned Mozilla Foundation's efforts to release very low-priced Firefox OS smartphones, largely targeted at developing countries. Developing Countries Smartphones in general, and Android in particular, are being driven ...

2. Nuance Unveils Dragon NaturallySpeaking 13

13.91%
July 23, 2014
...Control (using your voice to perform direct dictation, text selection or correction and cursor movement within text) in popular web applications such as Gmail, Outlook.com and Yahoo! Mail in Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer. For example, simply tell your computer to “Open Internet Explorer,” and from there, use your voice to navigate to Facebook, scroll through your news feed ...

3. How Google's Chrome Browser Eats Your Battery Life

20.39%
July 21, 2014
...per second when running Chrome, which can raise power consumption by as much as 25 percent. The system clock tick rate for running Internet Explorer or Firefox on the other hand, stays at 15.625ms until the processor is required to do something more demanding (such as play a YouTube video), at which time the rate increases ...

4. Cybercrime Ring Uncovered in Brazil

25.4%
July 8, 2014
...Brazil were transacted via boletos. The report says the malware appears to affect only boletos generated or paid online via infected Windows-based PCs using Google Chrome, Mozilla FireFox and Microsoft Internet Explorer. It modifies the boleto information "so that payments are redirected to a fraudster's account," the reports said. ...

5. Google Says Goodbye to Separate Quickoffice App

32.64%
June 30, 2014
... WebRTC, a standardized API for browser support of voice calling, video chat and P2P file sharing, is being adopted by Google and Mozilla, maker of the Firefox browser, but Microsoft prefers an alternative called ORTC, or Object Real-time Communications. However, Firefox even though it supports WebRTC, will not yet be able to access Google Hangouts without ...

6. Ohanae Introduces Cloud Privacy Protection Suite

17.77%
June 30, 2014
...dollars per month, per user, with centralized management capability from an intuitive web interface. Ohanae supports: Android, iOS, Mac OS, Windows desktop and Store App, Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer, and Firefox with the same look and feel on each. About Ohanae California-based Ohanae believes the current cloud-first, mobile-first era requires ...

7. Google Unleashes Myriad I/O Announcements

17.04%
June 26, 2014
...smartphones in emerging markets. It is a group of hardware reference designs that is intended to boost manufacturers' ability to offer Android phones priced under $100, where Nokia/Microsoft, Ubuntu and Firefox OS have also set their sights. Three India-based providers have already signed on. Cardboard Virtual Reality The virtual reality ...

8. Apple Unveils New OS for Mac and Mobile Devices at WWDC

18.15%
June 2, 2014
...computer. Safari has gotten a makeover, with speed improvements that Apple says now enable JavaScript to load over six times faster than on competitor browsers Chrome and Firefox The new features for iOS 8 include the ability for users to respond to messages while they're working in apps, new search capabilities that bring up ...

9. Users Say Firefox 29 Not So Great

85.28%
May 12, 2014
...new browser shares many design elements with slimmed down programs like Google Chrome. Although users are attacking the overall design, they are not criticizing some of the features included in Firefox 29, like the Enhanced Firefox Sync. This feature lets users easily transfer their Firefox features -- including their settings, their histories, their bookmarks and more -- from one device ...

10. Yahoo Jumps Off Do Not Track Bandwagon

21.49%
May 2, 2014
...DNT was implemented so that users who do not want their information to be recorded for advertising purposes can let Web sites know their preferences. With the feature enabled in Firefox Internet Explorer, Chrome, and other browsers, Web sites are notified that their visitors would prefer to not be tracked. However, even though the sites receives those notifications, they have ...
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