Mozilla is a typical open source software developing organization; they keep their heads down and work hard on bringing out great new things for their users without any fuss, and of course free! The company behind worldâ€™s fastest growing and currently the second most used internet browser, the Mozilla Firefox just released the latest Beta of their infamous browser for Mac Users. The Mozilla Firefox 4.0 Beta 1 for Mac OS X is built on top of the companyâ€™s new Gecko 2.0 layout engine.
Seesmic just announced two new products at the ongoing MIX10 conference in Last Vegas. Catch the live video stream here.
One of the product is the all new Silverlight-powered Seesmic Desktop Platform. It’s a development platform for Silverlight developers that want to work on the development of Seesmic Desktop Platform with cool new plugins and addons.
Opera 10.5 Beta for Mac has been released and is now available for download!
After the Windows version of Opera 10.5 beta 2, the beta version of Opera 10.5 for Mac is now available for download.
Back in June, Google released the first development version of Google Chrome for Mac OS X and Linux platforms.
Mac and Linux users have been waiting for a proper release version since then, but Google has kept quite in letting out any word on when the first beta would be released.
Windows Live Sync went through a rough upgrade last week for the Windows client, and today they have announced Windows Live Sync for Snow Leopard!
The Windows Live team has been working on a Mac upgrade for quite some time now and today they finally rolled it out for everyone and is now available for download.
A week ago, I shared an Adobe AIR app that let’s you have Google Wave on your desktop.
Here’s another app that I have found to bring Google Wave to your desktop, but unlike Waver, this one is only for Mac OS X users.
Just a few days ago, I wrote how you can use Greasemonkey scripts on Google Chrome using a third party small tool. In the same way, I’ve found a small app to run Greasemonkey scripts on Safari in Mac OS X.
GreaseKit is a SIMBLÂ plugin, userscript runtime that adds user scripting to Safari, Mailplane, Diet Pibb.appÂ and all WebKit applications.
Google announced yesterday, about the availability of it’s web browser, Chrome, for Mac OS X and Linux. It is the first official developer release of Chrome and is just for testing purposes for now.
Chrome was initially released for Windows back in September last year, and at that time Google promised a Mac and Linux version later.
How many of you geeks really sit on your couch, grab the remote and watch TV? Okay, when was the last time you watched TV? In my case, I haven’t seen TV since the last 2 months.
Internet has revolutionized the way things were, and now we can watch TV without getting in front of our computers. All you need is a fast Internet connection, and everything will be just a few clicks away!