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On Monday Apple released Safari 5, the latest version of their popular web browser, and is available for download on their website. Whether you’re a Mac user or a PC user, Safari 5 is yours to download – for free.
With an upgrade to Nitro Engine, Safari 5 claims to be twice as fast as Firefox 3.6 and 3% faster than Google Chrome 5.
The following are some of its latest upgrades:
While Vancouver 2010 brings up vision of Olympic Gold, for those in the field applied digital security it means something totally different. CanSecWest 2010 is a security and training conference that brings together industry speakers and luminaries for 3 days of leading edge presentations, an insight into emerging technologies and a look at some of the industries’ best practices.
Every week someone I talk to complains about problems with the browser that came on their smartphone. Whether it’s the Blackberry Browser or the Nokia Browser, there is always someone that doesn’t like their default browser.
While browser producer Opera isn’t new to the game, they have recently released a new version of their Mini Browser. It’s still in Beta mode but Opera Mini 5 is a huge improvement on Mini 4 as well as the majority of other default browsers.