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Internet Explorer Mobile 6 Available in Free Emulator (Verdict: Not Horrible)

Not content to sit still while Opera »11/12/08 6:51am11/12/08 6:51am and in the Windows Mobile browser space, Microsoft is previewing , the next version of the notoriously rendering-impaired mobile browser, through a downloadable emulator. The addition of a "desktop" mode is promising, as is the fact that it appears to correctly render MSNBC's…

Skyfire Windows Mobile Browser 0.8 Improves Video Quality, Speed and Text Entry

Skyfire, the third-party Windows Mobile browser that does much of the desktop-class page rendering server side to spit out to your phone »9/25/08 3:40pm9/25/08 3:40pm, has just gotten an upgrade to version 0.8. Among the list of features that get bumped or added are video quality, launch speed and auto-reconnect, zooming, downloading of content…

Skyfire Mobile Browser Now Supports Microsoft Silverlight (Plus 100 More Beta Codes)

While it's long supported Flash »8/16/08 3:15pm8/16/08 3:15pm, the Skyfire mobile browser now plays nice with Microsoft Silverlight-basically, Microsoft's version of Flash, which is what you'll need to watch streaming video at the NBC Olympics site. Meaning yes, on your S60 or Windows Mobile phone if you're stuck in traffic or something. If…

Mobile Safari vs. Opera Mobile vs. Skyfire: Who's the Fastest?

Three of the best mobile browsers that act like grown up ones are Mobile Safari, Skyfire and Opera Mobile 9.5. Even though the latter two (both for Windows Mobile) are still betas, Laptop Mag decided to toss them all into a race anyway, seeing which could deliver piping hot content the fastest. They ran Opera and… »7/23/08 9:00pm7/23/08 9:00pm