Firefox 4 Beta 3 now supports multi-touch

The newest beta of the latest Firefox edition, a.k.a version 4, not only features hundreds of bug fixes, but also something a lot of fans were waiting eagerly…the ‘multi-touch’ functionality. In addition to that it also has a JavaScript update that allows faster execution of graphics and animations. A few videos are attached to give you a better understanding about the multi-touch feature.


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Firefox 4 Beta 1 for Windows is now available for download

Firefox, a browser that literally saved the web from a monopoly disaster, is now available in its fourth avatar. Although in Beta 1, version 4.0 is reported to be quite stable. Among its new features the most important is probably the new sleeker look, somewhat similar to Google’s Chrome, only better. It also features a new Add-On Manager, support for WebM format (to let you watch open HD quality video), and a better privacy control.


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Nokia N900 reported to run Android 2.2 very ‘smoothly’

Whether you would agree or not, Nokia N900 is still the most powerful mobile phone in the list of zillion phones manufactured by the Finnish giant. And most phone geeks will almost certainly agree that this particular phone is a hacker’s paradise. As if just to further prove that, a hacker tried to run Android 2.2 a.k.a. Froyo. And guess what? It runs pretty well. The hardware support was pretty neat and so was the web browsing.


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