Google is transitioning its Chrome browser to 64-bit, which means that Mac owners running older Intel hardware will need to find a new browser or risk running an unpatched browser.
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Mozilla's financial report for 2013 shows a company that was able to grow quickly thanks to a three-year royalty deal with Google. But as that deal ends and Yahoo moves in as the new partner, can Mozilla find a way to grow?
Mozilla's deal with Google was ending. With it went most of the browser maker's income. But now a new deal with Yahoo promises new life for Firefox.
A long-standing partnership between Google and Mozilla Corporation, makers of the Firefox browser, ends this month. Today, Mozilla announced it has signed a new five-year deal with Yahoo.
Researchers warn that web sites and apps communicating via WebRTC may have broader access to computer microphones and cameras than users realise.
Next week developers will be handed a browser ready for debugging and testing web apps on all platforms.
The next version of the Google Chrome browser expected in six weeks will arrive with support to fallback to SSLv3 disabled by default.
Google delivers a faster, better and more secure version of its Chrome Web browser for Windows. Indeed, the 64-bit version may just be today's best Windows Web browser.
Google dramatically reduced idle times in Microsoft Windows to make its Chrome browser seem "peppier" but the real result was shorter battery life on laptops, and the waste of unknown megawatts of power.
Google has released details for how to set up Chrome Remote Desktop on some Linux distributions.
Firefox's slow morph into the Mozilla suite that it left behind continues as a HTML editor is added back into the web browser.
Although Google promises that this new 64-bit browser will be faster and more secure than its current 32-bit version, when it comes to speed, it's not there yet.
Chrome browser users can now say "OK Google" to initiate a search or tell Google to set a reminder.
Hemmed in on the issue of implementing digital rights management (DRM) within the browser, Mozilla said it cannot change the industry's approach to DRM, and as a result, would ad the W3C Encrypted Media Extensions to desktop versions of Firefox
Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and other tech powerhouses are fighting for net neutrality with the federal regulator, and Mozilla has a concrete plan on how to make it happen.
[UPDATED] A vulnerability in Flash Player for Windows, Mac and Linux is being exploited in the wild. An update is available from Adobe (and Google and Microsoft for their browsers).
Firefox is the only major browser that is written to serve users and the open web, and it's now more than a match for Google Chrome. And the new Australis version, due later this month, could be a good time to make the switch
Microsoft has confirmed Azure Services are pretty much immune to the Heartbleed OpenSSL bug, except for customers running Linux images in its cloud. Google, Amazon, Rackspace, Joyant, and others have clarified which of their services are affected, and which are in the clear.
It's been a busy 24 hours for Mozilla, as the browser maker has showed off upcoming WebGL exporting in Unity 5.0, a new version of Firefox has appeared, and it has detailed a new canvas inspector tool.
After nearly two years, Mozilla has decided to throw in the towel on its effort to build a hybrid browser that would compete with Internet Explorer 11 on touch-enabled Windows 8 devices. The stated reason? A profound lack of interest.
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