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Tivo launches a new mobile website

November 25th, 2008

Tivo announced today that it is officially launching the beta version of its mobile website (m.tivo.com).  Anyone with a mobile browser can browse and search Tivo’s new mobile website for programming content. The search interface allows users to search by actor name, director name, titles or keywords and will even incorporate an “if you like …

Skyfire beta updated; one step closer to the real, real web on mobiles

November 22nd, 2008

Skyfire pitches its like-named mobile browser beta with the tag line, “The PC web. On your phone. Real fast.” Simple yet poignant. Many companies make similar claims yet fail to deliver. Apple, for example, had a long commercial run highlighting the iPhone’s ability to display real webpages. That’s nice and all, but try to download …

Firefox 3.1 pre-release gets private browsing feature

November 5th, 2008

Likely taking some cues from the upcoming Internet Explorer revamp equipped with what we affectionately refer to as porn mode, Mozilla is getting ready to release a heathen-friendly update of its own. The latest pre-release version of Firefox 3.1 comes packing a new menu item labeled “Private Browsing” and when active, Private Browsing will wipe …

Skyfire launches in Canada, customized “Canadian” homepage

November 1st, 2008

There’s no doubt about it — we’re big Skyfire fans over here. While we’ve begged them to make a BlackBerry version, something they said they are actually in the process of looking at, expanding their market share in other countries isn’t such a bad thing is it? Some of you sneaky readers have managed to …

Firefox Mobile is weeks away from alpha

October 7th, 2008

Codenamed Fennec, Firefox Mobile is probably one of the most eagerly anticipated mobile apps around. We’ve seen the concept video and it looks awesome yet we know it will be even more game-changing once a release version emerges. While said release version is likely still relatively far off into the future, it now looks as …

BlackBerry Storm User Guide

October 6th, 2008

While we wait for RIM’s ex-IDF teams to storm (har, har) the office, we’ve decided to share a ton of pages from the BlackBerry Storm’s User Guide with our loyal readers. It’s a lot more in depth than the PowerPoint was, and it walks you through practically everything. We posted what we thought were the …

Sneak Peek of Internet Explorer 6 for Windows Mobile 6

September 27th, 2008

The unwired got a hold of some screen shots of the up and coming Internet Explorer 6 for Windows Mobile 6. IE Mobile 6 is a much needed upgrade to the archaic browser that currently ships with WM6. The new browser has the full IE 6 rendering engine under the hood and includes full Flash …

T-Mobile to potentially open up T-Zones

September 26th, 2008

T-Mobile director of handset innovation Saj Sahar hinted earlier this week that T-Mobile T-zones would be relaunched and rebranded into something similar to “Web n’ Walk”. Available only in Europe, Web n’ Walk allows full Internet access on any T-Mobile phone. Novel concept, huh? Novel at least for T-Mobile who, as part of their T-Zones …

Skyfire enters public beta

September 24th, 2008

The mobile browser arena just got a little more competitive on Tuesday when the much-talked-about mobile browser Skyfire launched its public beta. Previously in private beta, the now public version opens up Skyfire to anyone in the US with a Windows mobile or a Nokia Nseries / Eseries S60 (3rd Edition) phone. Skyfire also received a …

Chrome Coming to Android? Duh

September 4th, 2008

If you didn’t see this coming, it might be time for a new pair of glasses. We know, we know – you’re as sick of reading about Chrome as we are. At the same time, the fact that Google is preparing to inject its own proprietary web browser into its mobile OS is pretty big …