Mobile browsers

Maxthon Releases Its Mobile Browser For Windows Phone

Web browser maker <a target="_blank" href="">Maxthon</a> has <a target="_blank" href="">i

Alibaba Founder Jack Ma Joins Board Of UCWeb As It Builds A Mobile Ecosystem In India

<a href="">Alibaba</a> founder and former CEO Jack Ma has joined <a target="_blank" href="">UCWeb</a>'s board of directors as

Confirmed: $1.4B Mobile/Browser Toolbar Startup Conduit Is Splitting, Still Mum On Perion Acquisition

<a target="_blank" href="">Conduit</a>, the Israeli-based browser-toolbar and mobile startup estimated to be worth some $1.4 billion, has confirmed to us that it is splitting its

Baidu’s Mobile Browser Steps Out Of Asia And Into Africa With Exclusive France Telecom Deal

A big step forward for China's search giant <a target="_blank" href="">Baidu</a> as it looks to raise its international profile and credibility in mobile: the company has <a target

Opera, Mum On Facebook Rumors, Says Mobile Users Double To 200M, And That Facebook Dominates In Africa

The buzz about a <a href="">possible acquisition by Facebook</a> has almost comple

Yahoo Sheds A Little Light On Its Mobile Activities In Q2: Revenues Up 50% (But From A ‘Small Base’)

In Yahoo's earnings call, CFO Tim Morse <a href="">did not diverge much</a> from his prepared script based on numbers from Q2. And when asked

Opera Mini 7 For Android Out Today: A Fightback For Web Browser Leadership?

Earlier this month, Opera and Android briefly made headlines together when one analytics firm found that Google's OS, Android, had finally overtaken Opera as the world's largest mobile browser. Today,

Firefox Mobile to be tested first on Nokia N810

Next week should mark the alpha release of Mozilla’s Firefox Mobile web browser. Interestingly, it’ll first be available on the Nokia N810 Internet Tablet, according to PC Advisor. The alpha will

Can the Skyfire mobile browser shake things up a bit?

I’ve been keeping my eye on this Skyfire news since I read Rafe Needleman’s post about it this morning and most people seem to be pretty excited about the service. According to the company

Firefox on your phone: Moz set to enter mobile browser market

When it comes to Web browsers, I swear by exactly two: Firefox by Mozilla, and Opera Mini by Opera, the former for my laptop, and the later for my mobiles. All of them. But now I may have to reconside