By: IT News Blog

ComputerWorld's Gregg Keizer reported that at the conclusion of the Worldwide Developers Conference keynote Tuesday, Apple Inc.'s CEO Steve Jobs announced the company is releasing a beta of its Safari browser that will run on the Windows operating system. Jobs said Safari 3 is more than twice as fast as Internet Explorer on Windows XP, and 1.6 times faster than Firefox.
Larry Dignan offers up the good and the bad on Safari 3. Ryan Naraine smells blood in the air because he's already heard of a vulnerability. And, Steve Mermelstein thinks Apple's move is designed to help developers test Web sites and Web 2.0 applications in Safari.

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