Member since: Jun 11th, 2007
Oct 31st 2009 6:13PM i'm in :)
Oct 19th 2009 12:31PM why would i pay $50 for something that works in the iphone browser for free? :s
May 12th 2009 4:37PM whoa whoa hold up, they're putting a picture of the retail box art, on a computer screen of a laptop on their upgrade box art!?Sense, this makes none. I would like to see an upgrade box art showing the upgrade box art showing the upgrade box art showing the upgrade box art...
Apr 30th 2009 4:25PM ind didn't infect your torrent. the p2p uploader did
Jan 21st 2009 3:23PM "We see the Master password to generate a hash for each site as a flawed concept due to problems when you go to change your master password"I don't really see it that way. *If* you ever need to change your master password then your password will change but that's no big deal when it only takes 30sec-1min to change a password for each site.Looking at the features they don't seem all that different ;) given that you take away the features that involve storing or transmitting the password somewhere. onscreen keyboard, secure notes and automatic form filling are only the actual features which are different. Oh and identities which is a feature i don't really understand lol. why limit yourself in such a way? why not just not visit the site?Therefore sorry but I'm going to be one of those pesky users who won't upgrade from an 'inferior' competitor :(
Oct 23rd 2008 8:35AM wait what?http://www.downloadsquad.com/2008/07/02/cybersearch-addon-puts-results-in-your-awesome-bar/
Aug 14th 2008 4:38AM http://wmpoweruser.com/?p=204
Aug 14th 2008 4:32AM "Mobile Safari is hands-down the best portable web browser out there."don't say that with such objectivity! that's only what you think :P i personally haven't tried mobile safari but what do you have against opera? the speed of navigation my htc diamond is instant and the autoresizing of paragraphs to fit the width of the screen is incredibly useful.
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