After almost a year of development, Mozilla has launched what it claims is the fastest Firefox ever. The new browser, called Firefox Quantum, will be released and automatically update on Nov. 14, but it's available today in beta and developer editions. You can get the desktop, Android, and iOS versions from Mozilla's website. SEE ALSO: The future of obnoxiously … [Read more...] about Loyal to Google Chrome? Firefox Quantum might change that.
Mozilla's latest browser — Firefox Quantum — is lightning fast, sleek, and ready to handle all six zillion of your tabs after almost two months in beta. SEE ALSO: Loyal to Google Chrome? Firefox Quantum might change that. Nick Nguyen, Firefox's vice president of product, told Mashable his biggest fear: Will the Internet full of Google Chrome-enthusiasts … [Read more...] about Firefox just released a new ultra-fast web browser to take on Google Chrome
We’ve been hearing about Google adding HDR support for Chrome for Android since last year, and things are apparently starting to come together. In a post to Google’s blog, the company announced Chrome will now support HDR video on Windows 10 devices, as well as other platforms in the future, hopefully including Android as has been hinted. With HDR support, whether … [Read more...] about Chrome Adding HDR Support, Starts Off With Windows 10 Devices
Google today unveiled its experimental effort to integrate augmented reality features into the mobile and desktop web using its Chrome browser. That way, web designers, media organizations, and other creative professionals could create virtual 3D objects, embed them into websites for viewing on desktop, and make them downloadable on mobile so users could place those objects … [Read more...] about Google is working on bringing AR to Chrome with downloadable 3D objects
VR and AR might have finally started falling off the marketing buzzword lists, but Google is still pressing forward with new experiments for each. The company's latest prototype brings the magic of augmented reality to your phone by an entirely new route: Chrome. It seems that Google envisions a future where AR can be a universal part of the web. Google appears to be calling … [Read more...] about Google is experimenting with augmented reality in Chrome