It's looking like the drawn-out vetting process to accept new tech devices for use by Department of Defense employees is soon coming to a close.
Google releases the first developer version of its Native Client software to give Web apps the speed of native apps. It wants programmers to try it out, and Adobe looks interested.
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The difficulties of supporting some new architectural features on old chips mean Firefox 4 probably will work only on Intel-basd Mac computers.
Mozilla has made strides in alleviating a longstanding CPU usage issue that, in some cases, caused small laptops to overheat.
Google's next browser will synchronize your extensions and get other new abilities. But programmers pushed back plenty of other features.
Mozilla hopes to release the first full version of the Jetpack programming tools by the end of the year. Also a priority: Web-based Flightdeck tool.
Better performance is high on the list of improvements planned for Firefox 4. If all goes well, the new browser should emerge by November.
The WebKit2 interface is designed to give Apple's Web browser a better capability to juggle multiple computing processes. Also: the first Firefox 3.6.4 beta.
Direct2D support on Windows could be available in a preview release of the open-source browser under a proposed second-quarter goal.