Opera released a preview version of its next browser, not surprisingly named Opera Next.
During their Q1 conference call, Google's executives discussed their Chrome strategy, which provided plenty of answers, if you were wondering why Google is putting so much focus on a product that is given away for free.
As of this morning, we know that Mozilla has pulled in the launch of Firefox 5 by one week to June 21 and announced two versions of a versioning system as well as a renamed developer channel.
Google may have simple been tired of lawsuits that are being filed against it. Fortunately, the company is sitting on a pile of cash to deal with this problem: It simply buys patents.
Market research firm IHS iSuppli has taken a new CDMA iPhone 4 apart and found that the device does not only fix the antenna reception issue, but is also prepped for LTE 4G and cheaper to manufacture.
You may not think much of SMS messages hitting your phone every day, but two researchers revealed earlier today at a hacking conference in Berlin, Germany, that SMS could be used to attack and shut down individual cell phones or an entire carrier network.