Mozilla’s Firefox 5 Has Been Released Early

Made possible by a mistake (possibly) by Mozilla themselves, Firefox 5 is now available from their download servers for all their supported platforms — Windows, Mac, and Linux. While the truly final version of Firefox 5 may contain a few more bug fixes and improvements that the early release is supposed to offer, it stills means you have Firefox 5, if that’s your thing. Download links to their FTP servers are at the source links. ViaMozilla (Linux)(Mac)(Windows)

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Review

For some reason, I’m not starting off a review with the nice introduction. I’m going straight into the review. It focuses on the Galaxy Tab 10.1, the iPad 2’s only worthy rival on the market right now, and it’s so close yet so far to being the better product. At the very least, it’s the best Android tablet we’ve seen ever since there was talk of Android tablets, even before Android Honeycomb 3.1 was released, which is what the Galaxy Tab 10.1 uses as its OS. Review is after the break.

Motorola DROID 3 Announced In — China. As The Milestone 3.

So, this wasn’t really expected of Motorola today, was it? It’s the Motorola DROID 3, which for China and its international branding is dubbed the Milestone 3. It debuts in the summer for China, with hopefully a launch of around the same time for the United States. Specs include a 4-inch touchscreen with qHD (540 x 960) resolution, a dual-core Tegra 2 processor, 1080p video recording on an 8 megapixel rear camera with LED flash, up to 32GB of built-in storage, and happily, Android 2.3 as the shipping OS. Via: Motorola

Mojang AB Demos Minecraft Beta 1.7 (Video)

This wasn’t expected to be posted, but hey, there’s pistons, a new mob, shears and more headed to Minecraft Beta 1.7. However, there are sounds planned for pistons in-game which are currently a work-in-progress, so they are not heard in the video above. 

So who can’t wait for Minecraft Beta 1.7?

All Official: Google Voice Search On Desktop, Images With Instant, And Instant Pages

It’s the same system as Google Voice Search on Android Honeycomb tablets and Android smartphones, but now available for desktops (meaning all computers thatn use Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux). The Voice Search tool is available in 27 languages and dialects, and which purportedly covers around 5 billion people or two-thirds of the world’s voices. The feature will be released soon this week for Chrome users.

Instant Pages is another feature added to Google Chrome, which allows you to instantly load a web page faster than Chrome ever could on any web connection. It is in fact so fast, it’s mind-blowing (it really, really is). Instant Pages launches this week in Chrome Beta, and is available today in the dev version of Chrome. It also will launch on mobile devices in the coming weeks.

There’s also Google Images with Instant, which works just like the text variant. Also interesting is search with an image, which as stated, allows you to search images with an image, or with detailed text. This feature will be rolled out in the coming weeks. Via: Google

Apple Now Selling Unlocked GSM iPhone 4 With A Catch, Of Course

What’s the catch? Well, it only works on AT&T 3G bands and T-Mobile 2G, as well as some phone carriers overseas (unless some hacking is performed). The price for a black 16GB model? $649. Pricey for sure, but if you have the extra dough lying around, it’s worth it if you don’t want to jailbreak your shiny new iPhone 4, which sooner or later this year, will get succeeded by new iPhone hardware of some sort. Just saying. Via: Apple Store

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