There's a story going around that Facebook has dropped Google Chrome as one of is preferred Web browsers in favor of Opera. It's not true.
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Rumors have it that Facebook is considering buying the company behind the Opera Web browser and it's working on its own smartphone.
For the first time, in more than a decade, Microsoft's Internet Explorer has been kicked off its throne as the number one Web browser in the world.
The hype is done. Reality is here. On its first day, Facebook's IPO had to be propped up by its underwriters to stay just barely above its offering price.
Stick your money in your mattress not in the Facebook IPO. It will be the smarter move.
A new edition of Chrome appears, and, yes, once again, it's better than the last version and it's much better than the competition.
A firm of business analysts speculates that it would be great if Google's Chrome Web browser were to come to iOS devices. Will it? Will Apple let it?
Mozilla and Google are both crying foul because Microsoft is restricting Firefox and Chrome from running natively on Windows RT--the only version of Windows 8 that will run on ARM devices.
You've long been able to have Google+ video-conferences, but now, thanks to Google's general release of Google+ Hangouts on Air soon anyone can also do live or recorded broadcasting. So, if you always wanted your own TV show, well, now you can have it.
U.S. District Court Magistrate Judge Gary R. Brown hits back at media companies using Internet Protocol addresses to identify users for lawsuits.