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Mozilla's Firefox has had enough of Flash and its security problems, at least for now.
The browser in the public beta of OS X 10.11 El Capitan has new features that you'll use right away.
Chrome is going back to its old tree-style bookmarks manager apparently in the face of user revolt.
Chrome's development team touts significant performance improvements—and says more are on the way.
The latest update also brings a distraction-free Reader View and changes to Firefox Hello.
Chrome users recently started seeing a warning or an error about outdated encryption used by websites for secure connections.
A researcher developed code that can trick Safari into showing a different URL in its address bar than the one currently loaded.
Extensions for Windows and Mac will have to be installed from Google's Web Store, a small handful of restricted business and developer exceptions aside.
If you need help discerning colors online this new Chrome extension from Google could help.
Security researchers found nine different ways to defeat Google's Password Alert extension for Chrome.
Non-secure HTTP sites will not get access to new browser features, Mozilla said
If you need to save on your PC's bandwidth usage but don't want to use Opera, try adding Google's new Data Saver (Beta) extension to Chrome.
They aren't ready for the stable version yet, but website push notifications to your desktop are one step closer to being done.
Eliminate ads, Flash animations, and other scourges of the Internet from view with these useful tools.
Simple swipes and tap-and-hold gestures can speed up your Safari browsing, especially if you're trying to use your iPhone one-handed.
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