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Latest RIM Video Shows BlackBerry 10 Browser Improvements

BlackBerry 10 browser improvements 

RIM is thankfully listening to early user and developer feedback with their new HTML5 based browser in BlackBerry 10. They posted up a video showing off new improvements and tweaks they have made recently to make it stand out. Matthew shows off the new tagging feature in the browser that helps you organize your bookmarks. They have also shrunk the browser bar and title bars along with other enhancements. Check out the video for yourself below:

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  1. Those tetris blocks stacking up are driving me nuts!!! Rotate you fool!

    The tag option is awesome. Great way to organize and access bookmarks quickly.

  2. Ha…umm..maybe next time you take a screenshot without the play button on it…or someone (not saying me) while keep clicking and wonder why it’s not playing 😉

  3. Bookmarking would be better if the browser supported extensions. RIM, there is this thing called Xmarks which can sync your bookmarks across all your devices. I don’t know who’s interested in re-creating their entire bookmarks collection on a mobile device.
    Same for passwords.

    And what’s the point of having a secure platform, when you can’t block scripts and ads in the browser on a site by site bases. The browser is still the #1 vector of attack.

    My point is: release an extension framework already. This is not 2008 any more.

    • Yeah I am hearing rumblings of an extension or API system. Not sure yet but it looks like something might be in the works. I don’t think anyone in the mobile space has pulled it off (possibly firefox on Android?) so it should be interesting how they try.

      • There is always the chance of Dolphin actually making a usable product on BB10 or Firefox to be released on BB10 (both support extensions on Android), but I’m sure the Chromium extension framework could be easily ported by the Torch team. RIM could release solid, secure extensions, a bit like what Comodo is doing with Dragon and promote peace of mind when using its browser.
        But great news if RIM has started to work on something. Phone come out with 2GB of RAM now, so it shouldn’t be a problem to have a few extensions in the background.

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