Don't-Miss Browser Stories
Need to print or grab a screenshot of a Web page, but don't want everything on that page to appear? There are a bunch of ways to temporarily edit or remove almost anything you see in Safari.
Mozilla says it set an unofficial record for software downloads on the second day of Firefox 4's launch.
Mozilla said that keeping silent about theft of digital certificates was a mistake on its part.
Safari users are at risk from a potentially serious security problem, according to software developer and research firm Intego. Luckily, there are some simple steps that you can undertake to protect your computer.
Microsoft on Wednesday rolled out some updates to its Bing for Mobile browser service including real-time public transportation updates for select cities and the inclusion of apps in results when searching on the iPhone.
When you’re buying online, it can be hard to tell whether you’re dealing with a legitimate merchant or the online equivalent of that guy on the street selling counterfeit watches. Here are some tips for safe shopping.
For years, Firefox has trundled along at the back of the browser pack, a beast of burden laden with fancy features but lacking speed. Not anymore.
It's spring again, and with the new season comes the age-old ritual of cleaning out things you ignored for most of the year. If you're like most of us, this includes your Mac.
While Firefox 4.0 won't officially be released until Tuesday, it is already on Mozilla public FTP servers
Ad networks, search engines, Internet service providers, and social networks all track, analyze, and sell almost everything you do online.
Originally scheduled to ship last November, Mozilla will wrap up a development cycle that started in February 2010 when it releases the Firefox 4 next week.
Apple now owns another piece of Beatles history, the iPhone can be used to hijack video billboards, and it's time for another game of "incompetence or malice?"
Google's $20,000 prize went untouched Wednesday as no team of hackers at Pwn2Own tried to exploit the Chrome browser.
Apple's Safari and Microsoft's Internet Explorer both fell to the first hackers who tried their luck on the browsers at Wednesday's opening day of Pwn2Own.
The new Firefox browser will feature a radically redesigned interface as well as new privacy controls.