Blackberry Should Put Opera Browser Into Their Devices

April 13, 2009 | Browsers | , , , , , ,

Most of my friends who own Blackberry will also install Opera Mini into their gadget. They know that Blackberry devices already equiped with web browser but it failed to fit my friends’ needs. Too bad, there’s no official Opera Mini for Blackberry yet.

The Opera Team has this initiative to build Opera Mini specified for Blackberry devices but the RIM doesn’t want it.

I think Blackberry should considerring to put Opera Mini or Opera Mobile into their devices. It’s cheaper than create their own browser. Hire the best for the job.

Simply hire Mario and Luigi to fix your broken plumb instead of fixing it yourself.


Opera Mini In The Daily Life

April 7, 2009 | Uncategorized | , , ,

I must admit that I can't get away from internet. Thus I always find any way to put me on the Net. And Opera Mini help me a lot.

I've tried several mobile browsers but none of them fit my needs. I love its data compression, zoom and panning feature, enable and disable image easily, nice interface and the greatest bless is Link Opera. It safes my life many times!

Now I'm hoping that Opera Mini will be bundled with Fingertouch and Tabbed browsing :up:


Google Chrome, seem to be a promising browser

September 2, 2008 | Browsers | , ,

Browser war are now getting hot with the future brand new browser from Google, named Google Chrome:

Screenshoot of Google Chrome

Using Webkit engine, Google is going to create a browser with a different approach. They say that all current browsers are old style while current people need a new browser that can adopt the new web generation.

For me, the best part is the usage of memory alocation for each tab. It’s very cool because I do hate to close browser with entire tabs just because one single mistake on a single tab. Please take a look at the comic to see what this browser would look like. Too bad, Windows version will be released first.

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Firefox failed to open PDF file but download it

May 22, 2008 | Browsers, Technical Stuffs | , , ,

This morning I checked my web based application (it generate PDF for reporting purpose) located at my client’s office. They said that PDF report no longer viewable by browser but open download dialog instead. I got information that they just reinstall some application because of virus attacks.

I checked the browser (Firefox) configuration, nothing seems wrong.  I checked Adobe Acrobat and nothing’s seem wrong either. Then I found a simple trick to solve the problem, thanks to Google.

Go to C:Program FilesAdobeAcrobatReaderBrowser and you will see a file with .DLL extention. Copy the DLL file into Firefox’s plugin folder, it’s something like C:Program FilesMozilla FirefoxPlugins. Then restart Firefox and try to open a PDF file or drag and drop a PDF file into Firefox.

Problem’s solved.

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Fennec, the Mozilla mobile browser

April 10, 2008 | Browsers | , , ,

Ars Technica just wrote an interesting article about their experience using Mozilla’s mobile browser which its codename is Fennec. It’s still on their early stage of development so we can’t give it a try. Thanks to Ars Technica for following screen capture of Fennec Mobile Browser:

Fennec Prototype

They reported that Fennec suit on Nokia N810 for the showcase. There’s no further information on which platform they will play. Will it be Linux, Windows Mobile, Symbian OS or even Java based?

Mozilla said that they want to “transfer” the feel of browsing using Mozilla Firefox into this handheld browser and featuring synchronization between Mozilla Firefox and Mozilla Fennec.

Based on Wikipedia, Fennec is a small fox found in the Sahara Desert of North Africa (excluding the coast) and in some parts of Arabia.

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