To boost its business with mobile network operators, the Norwegian browser maker is spending up to $155 million for the Silicon Valley startup.
The mobile browser gets a bevy of new features on Android, including integration with Groupon's deal-a-day service.
SkyFire 3.0 for Android is out, and is handy if you want to keep a deep link with Facebook while they're browsing the Web.
Skyfire's shaky iPhone browser launch tell us something important about iPhone users, Flash video, and the way forward.
Have you ever heard of an iPhone app selling out of stock? Neither had we, until one browser company used it as a cover up for a service failure.
Skyfire's Flash video-playing iPhone browser gets a few more features in its first update.
Skyfire for iPad plays back Flash video content on a Flash-unfriendly iPad. Here's how it differs from the iPhone app, and if it's worth the $5 price tag.
Something unbelievable has happened. A mobile browser running Flash videos has been allowed into the App Store, via a little bit of cloud trickery.
Skyfire's mobile browser streams Flash video on the iPhone. The app is still going through Apple's approval process, but we got a hands-on look at what's to come.
Mobile browser-maker Skyfire submits its mobile app for the iPhone, whose big draw will be playing back Flash video that's been transcoded into HTML 5 standards.