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Microsoft Internet Explorer officials are attempting to distance themselves from a paid social-media effort by an advocate marketing company meant to promote Microsoft's IE browser.
Don't want Facebook tracking your every move across the Web? Here's how to get out of the new Facebook traps.
Microsoft is making available for download a first Developer Channel release of Internet Explorer, which provides an early sneak peek of some next-generation IE features.
Controversial Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich has left the open-source Web company, but its path forward remains unclear and the clock is ticking.
Adult "tube" site PornHub examined its enormous user data stores with an eye on browser types, but the results reveal that phones and tablets are now 50-50 with desktop porn consumption.
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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.
Microsoft's Internet Explorer team is going public with the status of some of the features it is hoping to support in the next version of IE.
Chrome browser users can now say "OK Google" to initiate a search or tell Google to set a reminder.
Microsoft has failed to address a remotely exploitable security flaw affecting the most widely used version of Internet Explorer.
When news of the critical flaw in Internet Explorer broke last week, agencies across the world suggested users might opt for another browser. Now a patch has been released have they changed their tune?
Opera is stepping up its European presence with its latest acquisition.
New-look tabs and menu plus additional customisation gives Mozilla's browser a new look.
Switch to Chrome or Firefox until Microsoft fixes the security flaw affecting all versions of Internet Explorer.
After its release on the iPad last year, Opera has brought its touch-friendly browser to Apple smartphones too.
You'd better get ready for the personal computing, BYOD, and corporate computing revolution. Linux is coming to a desktop near you. But not like you think or had hoped. It's coming in the form of the Chrome OS on Chromebooks.
College is coming to an end for many, and so will your email accounts. This guide will show you how to keep your old college emails.
ZDNet Asia visits two exhibitors at this year's CommunicAsia tradeshow to see what new technologies are on display.
Region's ICT players put up bigger, better showing at this year's tradeshow, with four new country pavilions and bigger booth space for some.
Microsoft is showing off a Technical Preview of Windows Phone 7.5 Mango and most of the pieces are up and running successfully, including Facebook chat, linked inboxes, podcast support, multi-tasking, and much more.
A few days ago a 64-bit Windows Server 8 build was leaked onto the internet and a number of you have been firing questions at me regarding this build.
Social engineering has become the dominant method of distribution for fake antivirus software these days. In my real-world testing with actual malware, Google Chrome did a terrible job of helping users avoid suspicious downloads. Meanwhile, Internet Explorer 9 correctly the exact same sites and files as suspicious. What's the difference?
If you think switching to Google Chrome will protect you from socially engineered malware attacks, think again.
Electronics retailer JB Hi-Fi today opened its latest concept store in the new Westfield complex in Sydney CBD and company CEO Terry Smart spoke to ZDNet Australia about how the store came to be.
A series covering Office 365 in depth: in this screenshot gallery, a look at SharePoint Online and your cloud-based website.
Mozilla Firefox 4 is now available as a free download. As these First Look screenshots show, Firefox 4 has taken some cues from Chrome and Internet Explorer 9 to make a cleaner and more nimble web browsing experience.
Do you need help with elements of style, word spacing, font selection, vertical motion, blocks and paragraphs, line height, converting px to em, and other design details? Ryan Boudreaux presents his list of some of the best online topography tools available for web designers. Here are the first 20 with 20 more to come.
A sampling of the new Android tablets on display at CTIA 2011
South By SouthWest Interactive, a yearly event in Austin, Texas, is one of the largest Internet and technology conferences in the United States.
Firefox 4 beta 5 for Android is optimized for tablet devices.
A series of easy to implement hacks to make Chrome work better for you, including cloud print and auto-incognito.
At the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, Twitter CEO Evan Williams explains to Federated Media CEO John Battelle his rationale for turning down Facebook in October of 2008. He says, "he didn't see a reason to sell…the point is really what we can build."
ZDNet correspondent Sumi Das and senior editor Sam Diaz share the early word on the highly anticipated OS set for release in late October. Diaz also previews upcoming conferences, including CTIA, and considers the question where does Web 2.0 go from here?
A terabyte here, a terabyte there, and pretty soon you're talking about some pretty serious information overload. It doesn't matter how well organized you are, once your collection of data files and other digital stuff gets big enough, you're going to need some help finding things. ZDNet's Ed Bott takes a closer look at the search tools in Windows 7 and shows you how you can use them to make your digital life a little more organized.
At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Eric Kim, senior vice president at Intel, revealed a new Atom-based CE4100 chip. It is designed to bring Internet content and services to digital TVs, DVD players, and advanced set-top boxes by integrating different processors to handle graphics, displays, networking, and video decoding.
What can small companies and start-ups without huge audience numbers do to earn money from their Web sites? At the Revenue Bootcamp Conference in Mountain View, Calif., panelists discuss pay-per-click ads, and why they might not be the best model for small companies. Rather, they say, finding a single sponsor or targeting a more specific audience could be a better strategy. Panelists include: Neil Chase, vice president of Author Services at Federated Media; Samir Arora, chairman and CEO of Glam Media; and David Kopp, senior director of North American ads at Yahoo. Moderator: Bill Reichert, managing director of Garage Technology Ventures.
At the Revenue Bootcamp Conference in Mountain View, Calif., panelists discussed the best ways to drive traffic to your site. Dion Lim, COO of SimplyHired.com, stresses his company's success with partnerships--if you make people money, he says, they'll be your friends for life. Neil Patel, a Quick Sprout Blogger, says to develop relationships with bloggers to generate buzz, and Anita Cohen-Williams, founder of MySearchGuru, claims that organic SEO is not dead--rather, it's still very important. The panel was moderated by Charlene Li, founder of The Altimeter Group.
With earnings season looming, ZDNet correspondent Sumi Das and senior editor Sam Diaz look ahead at July and discuss what's on deck for the big four: Apple, Yahoo, Google, and Microsoft. We all know ad spending has tapered, but what does that mean for Google? And will Windows 7 carry Microsoft through the recession?
ZDNet Senior Editor Sam Diaz shares his views on the release of Apple's new iPhone 3G S. Diaz says there is a dark shadow being cast over the new device because of its exclusive relationship with carrier AT&T, while users complain about two-year contracts and lack of support for MMS messaging.
At the JavaOne conference in San Francisco, Robert Brewin, CTO for Sun Microsystems, and John Brock, part of the Connected Developer Team for Project Kenai, demonstrate how developers will be able to use this new site to gain visibility, collaborate, and connect on projects over the Internet.