Gmelius extension for Firefox, Chrome, and Opera tweaks several aspects of the new Gmail interface to offer a cleaner and smarter inbox.

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The latest beta of Chrome features an “Other devices” option in the “New Tab” page that provides access to open tabs from any system (desktop as well as mobile).

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Opera Mini 7 for Android introduces OpenGLES hardware acceleration, unlimited speed dials, and Android Beam support.

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New Opera 12 snapshot introduces support for HTML5 drag and drop, CSS animations, out of process plugins, and 64 bit builds.

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Microsoft has created a new application class to accommodate third party web browsers, which would have had a tough time working solely with the restrictive WinRT API. Mozilla and Google are two browser developers that have already confirmed working on a Metro edition.

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After remaining undefeated for four consecutive years, Google Chrome was finally taken down this year by hackers at Pwn2Own and Pwnium. Zero-day vulnerabilities present in Chrome were used to bypass the browser’s sandbox.

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Facebook recently rolled out the Facebook Timeline to all users. Unfortunately, it does not have any option for users to disable it making several users angry about the fact. Here is a simple way to disable/hide the Facebook Timeline, at-least for yourself.

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Opera Mini Next Goes Social

Opera Mini 7 preview release introduces social features to dumb phones through its new Smart Page feature, while improving performance and rendering on smartphones.

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Opera Mobile 12 Introduces Hardware Acceleration and Enhanced HTML5 Support

Opera Mobile 12 for Android is a significant update that one-ups Chrome for Android by adding support for an impressive number of HTML5 technologies as well as WebGL.

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There has been a lot of hoopla about Google breaching privacy and circumnavigating settings in Safari. They have definitely been circumspect at what they are doing but a new report from Microsoft which says that Google did similar things with IE9 as well. Well, here’s the catch, there is nothing illegal Google did and Microsoft just let Facebook off the hook with it.

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Smooth Scrolling comes to Google Chrome. Google Chrome now has a feature which allows users to Scroll Smoothly on webpages.

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A quick look at more than a dozen of the new features planned for Firefox in 2012.

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Mozilla has announced that it is working on a Metro version of Firefox that will feature a simplified UI that is optimized for touchscreen devices like tablets.

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New version of Google Chrome continues its focus on speed and security, by fixing twenty security vulnerabilities, and introducing omnibox pre-rendering and safe browsing.

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Google will have to shell out a minimum of $300 million every year for the privilege of being Mozilla Firefox’s default search engine.

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