Yahoo! Japan, the largest and the most popular website in Japan, offers a new web browser for Android for free. The name is Yahoo! Browser. It starts from a speed dial page like Opera, Do Yahoo! Search on Yahoo! Browser, The browser offers semicircular menu, which shows up when you touch the either side edge… Continue reading Yahoo! Japan Releases Yahoo! Browser for Android
A Japanese blogger ndruger made a single-page browser action game only using the latest CSS. You need to catch 101 cows by clicking. Only the latest versions of Chrome/Safari can run this game. Firefox/IE are not supported.
Celebration of new Firefox 3 launch was held at a hotel in Shinagawa, Tokyo, with over 300 people, Mozilla Japan staff, developers, translators, web designers, engineers, bloggers and others. Contributors, Mozilla’s new CEO John Lilly, Mozilla Japan chairperson Satoko Takita Firefox Ice Trophy Foxkeh!!, Japan made mascot to appeal Japanese internet users The next Firefox… Continue reading Firefox3 Release Party Tokyo
Following Fenrir’s announcement of internationalizing their Sleipnir browser just a few days ago, now Japan-based Lunascape announced today they opened an office in the USA to promote their web browser of the same name more efficiently overseas. Lunascape, Inc. with a capital stock of 300,000 USD will be located in Silicon Valley. Founder and CEO… Continue reading Lunascape opens subsidiary in Silicon Valley
Osaka-based web software company Fenrir announced on their homepage that they officially released the English version 2.7.2 of their Internet browser Sleipnir. Sleipnir is particularly popular in Japan and according to the press release is localized for users in the USA, Canada, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, New Zealand, India, Ireland, South Africa and the… Continue reading New English version of Made-in-Japan browser Sleipnir released