CueThat Brower Extension Makes Adding Flicks to Your Netflix Queue Easy

CueThat is a new browser extension — currently for Chrome and Firefox, Safari and IE users can use CueThat's bookmarklet — you Netflix fan boys and girls may find useful. Once installed and configured with your Netflix account, CueThat allows you to highlight a movie title on any webpage and add it to your Netflix [...]

How to View iPad-Ready Websites via Your Firefox Web Browser

Curious to see what iPad-ready websites look like without an iPad? If you have Firefox installed on your computer, download the User Agent Switcher add-on and create a new iPad user agent profile (details below) so you can view iPad-ready websites on your desktop (Note: viewing HTML5 video may be a problem since Firefox supports [...]

Blump’it Web Browser Extension Adds a Tablet Touch UI to Any OS

I'm a little blown away here. Our friend Charbax at has posted a video with Blump'it project leader, Oliver, showcasing the startup's free Firefox extension (and soon Google Chrome). As you'll see, Blump'it provides a custom touch interface which piggybacks on the browser — doesn't matter if it's running on Windows, Mac, or Linux [...]

Cooliris Releases Its First Add-on for Firefox on Linux (Plus, Quick Impressions)

Cooliris is announcing the release of its first Firefox Add-on compatible with the Linux platform. The new add-on has been tested and confirmed to work with Ubuntu 8.04, Fedora 10, and OpenSUSE 11. Requirements: Firefox 3, Flash 10 plugin, and the latest proprietary driver for your NVIDIA or ATI graphic card (Intel integrated graphics work [...]

Video Demo: Fennec (Alpha 1) Mobile Browser

Love Firefox? Have a look at what the Mozilla Foundation has for ya. The following video walks you through the initial functionality of the Fennec (Alpha 1) Mobile Browser on a Nokia N810 Internet Tablet. First impressions... love how the browser controls get out of your way and gives you more screen real estate to [...]