I’m from the Philippines and it’s really very frustrating not being able to watch my favorite artists’ Youtube videos using new Internet Explorer 9 or Mozilla Firefox 4 due to country restrictions imposed by music companies. I cannot watch Sarah Mclachlan’s “I Love You” Mirrorball concert video on Youtube because Sony Music apparently hates my […]
Tag: "Google Chrome"
This has been a long-time coming, Google finally dropped the hammer and made official announcement that the next version of their Chrome browser will no longer have support for H.264 video. Google Chrome will only support WebM and Theora video codecs in their HTML5 as of late.
The stable and Beta versions of Google Chrome 6.0.472.59 are too good to be true. There are bugs and errors in Google Chrome 6.0.472.59 but it’s worth the download. First, everybody love free stuff. Second, the speed improvement is much more noticeable than its previous versions we’ve tried and tested. See which version you need […]
Web analytics firm Netmarketshare.com has released the latest result of its May 2010’s Browser Usage survey. Microsoft’s venerable Internet Explorer is still the dominant choice for most of the planet’s web surfers. Please refer to the survey chart below, see that IE still holds 60% share which is more than double than its closest competitor, […]
Everyone can now download the free Google Chrome 5.0.376.86 browser. Yes, Google has kept the promise it made back in April. The internet titan said before that they were planning to incorporate Adobe’s Flash Player plug-in into their free Google Chrome browser – a clear dig against Apple who has been mocking Flash as near-obsolete. […]
Mozilla has released the final build for Firefox 3.6.4 software upgrade. The free download of Firefox 3.6.4 is available and if you’re using Firefox, you will receive the notification that this update is already available. Along with several bug fixes, the most important improvement on this particular update is that Firefox is now equipped with […]