Don't-Miss Browser Stories
Tech's big hitters debate whether HTML5 is the future and ask if developers should build websites or apps.
Mozilla will try to plug more memory leaks in Firefox with a new, aggressive approach that relies on weekly bug triage meetings.
World IPv6 Day, a 24-hour trial of next-generation Internet services, is going as smoothly as participating Websites had hoped.
On Wednesday, World IPv6 Day will turn the new protocol on at hundreds of companies, agencies and universities for testing. Here are the answers to a few questions about the numbers that make the Internet work.
A small number of Internet users will experience delays or time-outs as they attempt to visit Facebook, Google, Yahoo and other popular Websites due to a 24-hour trial of a new Internet standard called IPv6.
Adobe's CEO wants to bury the hatchet with Apple. Or is it *in* Apple?
Google has dropped offline Gmail support in several operating systems until this summer, when HTML5 upgrade is released.
Mozilla has shipped the beta of the Firefox 5 browser as it moves to a more frequent release schedule.
Mozilla plans to push 12 million users of the aged Firefox 3.5 to a newer version next month by taking the unprecedented step of automatically upgrading their browser.
The browser market is far more vigorous today than in 1998, but probably not because of government intervention involving Microsoft.
The recently released Firefox 4 is a big improvement over previous versions of the popular Web browser, but you can still teach it plenty of tricks.
Opera Software has released Dragonfly, a development and debugging tool integrated into its browsers, the company said on Thursday.
Most Web sites track your activity; many provide that information to advertisers and other companies. Ghostery not only lets you track the trackers, but also lets you selectively block that tracking.
After launching untested, pre-beta Canary versions of Chrome for Windows users last year, Google has now opened the scheme up to Mac users too.