Sunday, 30 June 2013

Internet Explorer 11-compatible with Windows 7 Soon!



A few days ago, the developers of Microsoft Build conference had an opportunity to discover the first version of Internet Explorer 11, the next version of Microsoft's browser into Windows 8.1. But this major update will not be reserved for users of the new OS. The publisher has just confirmed that IE 11 will also be compatible with Windows 7. The company, however, did not say when. Recall that the main improvements in Internet Explorer 11 for the console interface for developers, the refreshed and very inspired Metro design. It contains some new tools, such as "UI Responsiveness" that can be used to analyze the performance of a web page; DOM Explorer, a tool for emulation of different resolutions, a lay-day Memory tool, and the ability to use the right click to inspect an HTML element. On the consumer side, the main novelty is the arrival of WebGL, which will be available on all devices by running the browser. As with Firefox 22, recently published, it is to provide a better rendering of graphics, including 3D, allowing, for example, video games within the browser. Finally, Microsoft plans to improve battery life by performing a number of operations, such as independent suspension of a tab, rendering HTML5 videos without plug-ins, or the delegation of uploading images to the GPU.

The Galaxy Note 3 equipped with an LCD screen



Samsung has decided to produce two versions of its future Galaxy Note 3 expected to arrive in September. A model is equipped with an AMOLED screen and other LCD IPS screen would be divided according to target markets and the demands. Faced with a shortage of OLED panels, Samsung has decided to opt for a second screen technology for the future Galaxy Note 3. According to the Korean ET News site, the new Phablet is available in two versions, one with AMOLED screen, the other with IPS LCD screen, Samsung will market the two models based on market demand and . The reason for this is due to the shortage of OLED panels. It is Sharp who could provide LCDs, knowing that Samsung is a shareholder in the Japanese firm. The Galaxy Note 3 is expected in September at the IFA in Berlin. It is called a Phablet 5.9 or 6 inch Octa Exynos SoC equipped with 3GB of RAM, a 13 megapixel camera sensor with 3x optical zoom and stabilizer.

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Friday, 28 June 2013

Firefox 23 Beta Version Released!



Now that Firefox 22 is released, the version 23 is approaching. It is an opportunity for Mozilla to finally launch its Social API extensions that allow much more direct social action. In addition to other improvements, Firefox 23 will also be provided with a new icon to better reflect the current graphic trends. Firefox 23 is available in beta since last night. After a major release 22 for performance and WebRTC enabled by default, the browser acquires some cosmetic changes. Firefox 23 will have the opportunity to change the browser icon to replace the one that has existed since 2009. It remains on the red panda coating the planet, but the development is focused on simplification, loss of the glossy effect and work to improve the accuracy of the logo on small mobile screens. Those wishing to learn more about this logo can consult the ticket which is devoted to the Mozilla blog. The browser also includes more substantial contributions. Windows, and from Vista, DXVA2 is finally supported, enabling hardware acceleration of H.264 video. Security side, Firefox acquires a lock mixed content (secure and unsecure) to prevent attacks "man-in-the-middle". In addition, the tab "about: memory" gets a functional interface while users can now change the search throughout the software. For developers, several new features are reported. A new network monitor is making its appearance, but it is mainly the function of social sharing that should interest the extension writers. The latter can thus act directly on the content of a web page. For example, a Facebook extension will share an image displayed on a website. It is also noted with a smile that Firefox 23 is longer supports the Blink element, a fun decision when we know that it is precisely the name of the rendering engine of Chrome.

Facebook allows users to Test their Beta Version



Facebook just announced that it was setting up a test program for its Android application. Thus, those who wish to test it may register and use a special version which will be updated more often, with features being finalized. While Android is gaining more and more popularity, the diversity of Smartphones, not to mention the fragmentation in the OS versions, raises concern. Developers should indeed take into account a multitude of cases, while the iOS side, only a few models of the iPhone, iPad and iPod exist. Recognizing this problem, the Facebook team has decided to launch a new program. This will enable it to offer a beta version to all users who have decided to use. It will allow developers to identify potential problems in terms of both ergonomics and operation, before starting production on the stable version of the application. This is good initiatives that is rather significant, and allow "early adopters" to find their happiness. Currently, the cycle of updating Facebook is four weeks. This is a practice which came into force last year. During this period, it is the employees who are testers, and can give their opinion about the features under development. But for the reasons mentioned above, a larger panel was necessary. Thus, at the beginning of this year, manufacturers such as Facebook Qualcomm, HTC, Ericsson, Sony, Huawei and MediaTek are partners and have had the opportunity to have early access to certain features (including the disastrous Facebook Home?). The goal here was to allow optimization namely the material for items such as graphics rendering, network management, etc. This is the very first opening for Android users to set up via functionality integrated update to the Facebook app.