Google Chrome, The New Kid On The Block

So when Google announced they had a new browser that was going to break down all the barriers of the internet and the desktop I got excited at the prospects of what they were going to do and what this new user interaction would be. Well today they finally announced…

WTF Apple, Show Some Common Courtesy

Common courtesy is very important for all application developers to follow especially when they are dealing with users settings. Especially for common file formats, where the user has probably already set up their preferences how they like. And most importantly to not piss off your install base. As you might…

Apple Safari Team priorities out of wack

Three interesting things about Apple Safari came out this past week. Apple Safari 3.1 passed the Acid 3 test Apple Safari running on a Mac was hacked in 2 minutes flat at PWN To OWN and fell in the second round using a default install of Mac OS X…

Apple Safari 3.0.1 Released

Steve Jobs must have been kicking ass and taking names. Because only 3 days after the initial release, of Apple's Safari Web Browser for Windows that had 6 security bugs known as of this article, Apple has released an updated version, version of the Safari software. According to Engadet the…

Apple Safari Browser Welcomed To Real World With 6 Zero Day Exploits

Apple has just released a public beta of its Safari browser for Windows yesterday. And there have been already 6 zero day exploits and many, many crashes for the browser. You can read about them here here here and here. Which makes the following image from the Apple website, borrowed…