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Opera's new Coast browser for the iPad ditches tabs and buttons in favour of swipes.
Sometimes Safari doesn't work with a particular website or web application. What can you do — besides simply launching another browser?
DNT was already supported by browsers from Microsoft, Mozilla and Apple, and now it's a feature of Chrome as well. But people turning on the feature in Google's browser are warned that many websites will still collect their data to serve ads.
Mozilla debuts a simple website creator of its own, Thimble, which allows Internet users to publish sites written in HTML and CSS from the browser window within minutes.
Wikipedia is warning its users that seeing ads on its website usually means your computer is infected with some type of malware. Most of the time, this means a rogue browser add-on or extension.
NCollector Studio is an all in one offline browser, website ripper/crawler aimed at home users and professionals needing to download...
Chrome was last Sunday the most-used browser in the world, according to the website analytics firm StatCounter.Google's browser briefly overtook Microsoft's Internet Explorer for the first time on that day, although IE is now back in the lead.
You fire up your computer, click on your favorite browser icon (let's not argue over which one!), you type in the URL of your favorite website ( ... www.zdnet.com ...) and then ... nothing ...
TheWorld Browser was designed to make viewing the web easy. The browser is compatible with Internet Explorer and it can run in most...
Net Applications has reported an increase Internet Explorer's market share with the release of new data from the CIA showing a huge growth in Internet use in China. The NetMarketshare website bases its figures on browser use at a selection of websites then adjusts them to reflect the global population of net users.
Malicious hackers are exploiting a zero-day vulnerability in Mozilla's Firefox browser to launch drive-by download attacks against visitors the Nobel Prize website.
Got a website that works best in a standards compliant browser? Your users may be using older versions of Internet Explorer, and not willing to change for one reason or another.
Mozilla has yanked a password-stealing browser add-on after the discovery that the add-on contains code that intercepts login data submitted to any website and sends this data to a remote location.
A poll of millions of European Windows users about their choice of default browser will help transfigure website design, says Bruce Lawson
Opera's antitrust complaint against Microsoft from 2007 has now ballooned into a full-blown EU antitrust case into browser bundling. As you'd expect, this antitrust case isn't popular with everyone, and one Windows enthusiast website has launched campaign calling on users to boycott the Opera browser. Will you be boycotting Opera?
A rash of creativity has overcome browser vendors recently in a completely unexpected place: the content of the new tab page.
I've been waiting patiently to see Evernote come to Android and S60 and while there are still no native clients yet for these platforms, they did just launch a new G1-optimized website for Evernote. You need to visit www.evernote.com/m with your G1 browser to access this new site. As you will see it does give you a much better experience than the standard mobile site.
Google has rolled out a brand new version of their favicon -- that little icon you see in in the title bar of your browser when you visit a website. For many years, that icon remained static, and people took it for granted: .
I've used multiple clients, like fring, on my S60 devices to try to connect to Skype. I was very pleased when Jason Harris, Techcraver, posted on Twitter about an official Skype Lite version for S60 devices. You can visit the Skype website to find the application and load it on your S60 device. You can also visit skype.com/m in your mobile browser to download and install the application on your device.
It appears that a recent build of Chromium has support for Greasemonkey -- a very popular, and previously Firefox-only, browser plugin. Greasemonkey can be used by developers to do a bunch of useful things like creating mashups, creating themes, and fixing annoying problems on websites without needing to wait for the website owner to do it for you.
I just wrote about web browser alternatives for Windows Mobile devices and then I read over at Pocket PC Thoughts that the Microsoft Deepfish web browser preview project has been cancelled. You can read all about it on the Deepfish website. If you are using it on your device now be aware that the service will be discontinued on September 31, 2008. (Wait a second Microsoft, there are only 30 days in September so are you saying that Deepfish will never be discontinued now?)
Mozilla's browser has entered the book of Guinness World Records for the most downloads from a website in a 24-hour period
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