To improve service delivery through digitisation, Standard Bank Insurance has implemented a new automated payment system to ensure that its Insurance service providers receive…
This is interesting. Mozilla is set to build a browser for the iPad. And here’s the thing: it has no tabs or search bars.
According to Mozilla, the browser called Junior (cute right) “makes browsing more fun, more ergonomic and re-thinks browser user experience from the ground up”.
TechCrunch reports that browsing the web is reduced to pressing one of three buttons — “forward, back, and a plus that displays a list of recent sites, bookmarks, and a search bar. The rest of the page is pure web”.
Mozilla is also working on Search Tabs, which it claims takes “search to the next level, restoring real search engine choice and expanding the search market” as well as Presence, which allows you “talk to people, share links, and stay in touch with your friends directly from the browser”.
The organisation details these changes in a video, with Junior appearing about 30 minutes in.