Don't-Miss Browser Stories
Zynga, the company behind popular Facebook games such as FarmVille and Mafia Wars, has acquired Flock, which develops a Web browser fine-tuned for real-time social networking data feeds.
Firefox was the most-used browser in Europe in December, edging out Microsoft's Internet Explorer for the first time, according to new data released by the Web...
Norwegian company Opera Software will unveil the first public preview of its browser for tablets at CES.
'Tis the season to recognize great products here at Macworld, and with the annual Eddy Awards and App Gems Awards out of the way, it's time to take a look at 2010's best affordable software: the Mac Gems of the Year.
A Mozilla database was exposed to the Internet, the Mozilla Foundation disclosed
Even die-hard couch potatoes won't be able to exhaust the 2,600 "channels" of MacTVision, but there's nothing here you can't already watch elsewhere.
Mozilla released Beta 8 of the Firefox 4 browser Wednesday, about a month later than planned.
Opera 11 and its many new features finally see the light of day with a final release from the Norwegian software maker.
Since updating to 10.6.5 your iSight camera isn't working with Flash-based Websites. Here are a few possible solutions.
Google on Thursday patched 13 vulnerabilities in Chrome as it shifted the most stable edition of the browser to version 8.
One Mozilla employee has harsh words for Apple, the iPad is making friends in all walks of life, and Apple's got a new/old selling point for the holiday season.
Adobe has released a beta version of the forthcoming Flash Player 10.2, which promises to bring improved performance for video playback across all platforms alongside some other enhancements.
Opera has released a beta of Opera 11, which adds a number of significant updates to its long-standing browser, including a redesigned tab system, extensions support, and numerous performance improvements.
Apple on Thursday released Safari 5.0.3 and 4.1.3, bring bug fixes, interface tweaks, and a whole host of security patches to its Web browser.
The Google Chrome browser has earned the dubious distinction of being named the most vulnerable application of 2010 so far, based on data available in the National Vulnerability Database.