- adj. Without a web browser.
- browser + -less (Wiktionary)
“A browserless Windows once was the Nirvana of Microsoft foes.”
“Qube v2 "centers around the concept of browserless search, blending third generation websearch capabilities with user collaboration, progressive advertising & social networking.”
“The browserless rich media technology will be available for Android phones this year, with other platforms to follow”
“Twitter fixes oAuth for desktop and mobile with browserless xAuth extension the x_auth headers that it uses.”
“Sneak peek at Twitter's browserless OAuth credentials exchange method Apple To Let Push-Button Based Location Sharing Feature On iPhone? iPhone to get location based social networking and video calling Patent hints at location-based social networking, appOmator makes …”
“Sneak peek at Twitter's browserless OAuth credentials exchange method Apple To Let Push-Button Based Location Sharing Feature On iPhone? iPhone to get location based social networking and video calling”
“Also up and coming are a browserless relative of Flash from Adobe called AIR and a Flash rival from Microsoft called Silverlight.”
“LONDON -- mmO2, using the browserless Mobile Web Services Platform from US-based Action Engine, has launched the AA Roadwatch and Route Planner services in the UK as part of its myO2 services on the XDA Pocket PC Phone.”
“While OEMs could always pre-install a browser, anyone who wanted to install (or reinstall) a browserless version of Windows from scratch would need to jump through hoops just to get online.”
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