Questions About the Future of Browsers

Questions About the Future of Browsers

Should social networking be combined into your browser's interface? RockMelt thinks so.

Dory Carr-Harris, PSFK
  • 25 november 2010

The release of the new social media connected browser RockMelt, last Sunday, has forced the tech world to rethink the way they conceive of browser utility.

Firefox and Chromium (the platform that runs Google Chrome) have paved the way for builds like RockMelt because their open-source program promote innovation and development. But until now, there have been relatively few improvements made. It begs the question: what direction is browser development going in? Rockmelt supplies one response on their blog:

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