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How 3D ads will make their way on to your phone

Mobile advertising company Smaato and digital content start-up Cooliris are working to deliver 3D ads to mobile devices. But will people respond?

By November 28, 2011


Cooliris for iPhone

If you want your web with an extra whack of wow-factor you can't go past Cooliris.

By July 2, 2009


Cooliris turns Wikipedia into an iPad magazine

Cooliris, the makers of the neat photo wall extension, has a new application for iPad owners that turns Wikipedia into something more closely resembling a magazine you can simply flip through.

By July 26, 2010


Cooliris gets local file support, Linux version

Eye candy browser add-on tool Cooliris gets a slew of new features including support for viewing local content, and better Facebook integration.

By April 13, 2009


Webware Radar: Stickam brings streaming to Java-enabled phones

Also: Picnik inks a deal with Wetpaint publishing services; Cooliris raises $15 million; and Collective Media raises $20 million in funding.

By April 13, 2009


PicLens is pick of the week

The latest Firefox extension I've swooned over is called PicLens, and it's brought to you by the people behind Cooliris

By November 2, 2007


Cooliris brings Web image search to the iPhone

Cooliris' eye candy-filled Web image search tool is now available on the iPhone and it's bound to knock your socks off.

By October 21, 2008


Latest version of Cooliris embraces browser tabs

A new version of the popular Cooliris browser extension lets you keep it open and running in multiple tabs. It's also got a new sharing system that makes it easier to direct people towards content.

By June 26, 2009


Cooliris for iPhone gets bookmarking, porn mode

An update to the iPhone version of Cooliris unlocks the capability to view raw Google image search queries. It also brings a fresh, new look that brings it up to speed with the desktop version.

By May 1, 2009


Save time with click-free browsing

CNET's Rafe Needleman talks to executives from Browster and Cooliris about their respective products and what the future holds for click-free browsing.

November 1, 2007