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According to the most recently released comparative review by av-comparatives.org, Opera leads competing browsers in anti-phishing protection. Should you make the switch? Not so fast!
Mozilla has put Thunderbird out to grass, halting development on the venerable desktop email client. Here are five multi-platform, open-source alternatives for fans looking for a replacement
Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Opera, or Apple Safari: Which of the most popular Web browsers is really the best?
The first full version of Mozilla's mobile browser for Google's platform is now available to download and is up to three times faster than the native Android browser, Mozilla has said
How to download Flash for Android Mobile Phones or Tablets.1 - install Adobe Flash Player on Samsung Galaxy S42 - Install Adobe Flash...
Firefox Home will be a native app that falls short of being a full browser, but lets users sync their Firefox bookmarks and history to their iPhones
New royalty-free WebM will be supported by Mozilla and Opera
Xtravo is a browser that combines a minimal design with sophisticated technology to make the Web faster, safer, and easier. It's high...
The web giant has announced a free, open-source video format for the web, which will compete with the popular but more restrictive H.264
At Google I/O in San Francisco, Google's Vic Gundotra unveils a new royalty-free video format called WebM. Google has partnered with software developers Mozilla and Opera to support the encoding technology in their browsers.
At Google I/O in San Francisco, Google's Vic Gundotra unveils a new royalty-free video format called WebM. Google has partnered with software developers Mozilla and Opera to support the encoding technology in their browsers. The format is based on the VP8 technology that Google acquired from On2 Technologies in February.
What do you do when the tech industry is in a Web video pissing match that just won't end? If you're Google you open source the video codec acquired in the On2 Technologies deal and create a project called WebM. The WebM effort is so needed that Microsoft, Google, Mozilla and Opera all will support it.
Mozilla, Opera (and Google) aren't the only ones supporting the open-sourced VP8 video codec in their browsers. Microsoft is going to do the same, as well, according to my tipsters.
Mozilla shelves plans to develop a mobile browser for Windows Mobile and Windows Phone 7. Opera broadcasts every step in its quest to have its browser approved for Apple's iPhone. And generally speaking you get the browser that is given to you with your smartphone. This should be a lot easier.
In a split decision by the judges, the winner of the W3C/WHATWG video codec consensus is H.264, taking home the future of video playback on the internet while loser Ogg goes home with nothing but thoughts of what might have been.
The deadline for official comment on Microsoft's latest rendition of the browser-ballot -- the screen the company has proposed to download to PC users in order to appease antitrust regulators handling the Opera vs. Microsoft antitrust case -- is next week. Google, Mozilla and Opera are preparing to weigh in separately with their suggestions.
The Opera Web browser has undergone a minor security makeover with one significant improvement -- the ability to update itself when patches are released.The latest browser update will, by default, notify the user about available updates in very much the same way Mozilla Firefox handles automatic patching.
In the 21st century, the main portal to your life besides the front door to your home is the window of your Web browser.That's why the competition between Microsoft and Mozilla and Apple and Google (and Opera and...
Chief executive Jon von Tetzchner says HTML 5 means Adobe's ubiquitous Flash platform will no longer be necessary for delivering rich media
The browser company believes that a single standard for widgets will stop web users from being locked into one product, according to chief executive Jon von Tetzchner