Galeon is a GNOME Web browser that is based on Gecko, the rendering engine from the long-awaited Mozilla browser.
With a light, clean GTK interface that blends in nicely with the rest of your desktop, you can now have a standards-compliant browser, courtesy of the Mozilla project.
This combination is the best of both worlds for all of you who are tired of bloated browsers that crash all the time. Currently, you can add and modify bookmarks (and very few other things), and your scroll-mouse is supported -- if you've got it set up right.
A first look at Thunderbird, an email client from the same people who brought us Firefox view it
The Thunderbird email client from Mozilla gets a new release number view it
Installing Firefox view it
Here, we give you some tips on how to use Safari on the iPhone to open, copy and share links. view it
We show you how to set up your Roku device so that it's networked, ready to run and connected to your TV. view it
Now that we've shown you what the HP TouchPad is made of, we'll show you how to go about setting it up for the first time. view it