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Briefly: Roccat Browser update, iVigilo Dashboard

updated 10:20 am EDT, Tue June 28, 2011

iVigilo Dashboard released

An updated version of the Roccat Browser has been released by Runecats, while Naboo has announced the launch of its iVigilo Dashboard software for iOS devices

An updated version of the free Mac exclusive browser, Roccat Browser, has been released by Runecats. The browser offers a number of features not found in other browsers, and recently out performed the latest builds of Chrome, Opera, Safari, and Firefox in the Peacekeeper benchmark test. The latest release adds full support for OS X Lion, along with a new eBuddy Widget that allows users to chat with Facebook, MSN, Yahoo Messenger, ICQ, and AIM contacts from directly within the browser. Other changes include: visual improvements, social page sharing, undercover browsing, and a number of miscellaneous bug fixes.

Naboo outs new camera monitoring software for iOS devices

Naboo has released iVigilo Dashboard, a new iOS application that allows users to remotely monitor a video camera feed. The mobile software communicates with a desktop computer through the accompanying iVigilo Alert Centre application and allows users to view a live signal, receive alerts when a specified event is detected, and to transfer selected video recordings to the iOS device. iVigilo Dashboard can be downloaded for $5 from the App Store, while the Alert Centre is offered as a free download from the companies website.

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