Speed kills and the race is on to cook up the most stable and fastest browser around. That situation means innovation abounds. Microsoft's Internet Explorer and Mozilla's Firefox are No. 1 and No. 2 in market share, but Apple's Safari and Google's Chrome are also pushing the field. Toss in smaller players like Opera, which does better on mobile platforms than the PC, and these are interesting times.
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Mozilla and BlackBerry are sharing desktop, mobile and browser security experience.
Moving to a continuous development cadence will require Microsoft to make a lot of decisions that might not make everyone feel warm and fuzzy.
Microsoft has rolled out a Yammer browser extension for Google Chrome, ahead of Internet Explorer. Here's why.
Microsoft is making available for download immediately a test build of its IE11 browser for Windows 7, along with various new dev tools and discounts.
June usage share statistics show that while IE10 is gaining traction thanks to support in Windows 7, IE8 remains on top. Meanwhile, Windows 8's usage share has finally surpassed Vista's share.
Firefox 23 beta is available to download, offering better protection against man-in-the-middle attacks and a new Share button.
Microsoft's webified Office will catch up to some of Google's Docs collaboration features.
Russian search company Yandex places Android and iPad first on mobile.
What would the technology world look like today if the 2000 ruling by the recently deceased Thomas Penfield Jackson -- that Microsoft be broken into two companies -- had been upheld?
Yes, you have many options for protecting your privacy on the Internet. But are these measures worth the time and sacrifice required? That's up to you.
Web browser maker opens office in Singapore, making it the company's regional head office and hub for Asia-Pacific including China, Korea, and Southeast Asian markets.
In June's upcoming Patch Tuesday, the software giant has only one "critical" flaw up its sleeve, with the remaining four rated "important."
Opera releases its no-Presto browser for the desktop.
Google's latest Web browser, Chrome 27, enables you to say, as well as type, your queries. Alas, its first version doesn't work that well.
Google wants you to start talking to your desktop with Chrome 27.