Don't-Miss Browser Stories
Google's Chrome will likely survive the first day at next month's Pwn2Own hacking challenge, but may fall the next when the rules change, the contest organizer predicts.
Big speed increase eclipses modest design innovations in Opera Software's latest Web browser.
Google's Chrome and Apple's Safari posted record numbers in January while Microsoft's Internet Explorer lost ground for the sixth month running, Net Applications says.
Mozilla, the developer of the Firefox browser, is working a feature that will allow users to opt-out of online behavioral advertising.
Google's Web browser is stronger, better, faster, shinier.
On Friday, Mozilla shipped Firefox 4 Beta 9, perhaps the last it will release before it pushes toward a final version.
Microsoft evangelist Tim Sneath fired off a blog post that mocks Google's decision to remove H.264 support from Chrome in favor of the WebM video codec.
Well, thank heavens we can stop speculating about the Verizon iPhone now. I feel lighter already. Let's see how AT&T is doi--oh. Does anybody have a tissue? Elsewhere, Google Chrome creates a paradox and Hershey lands in hot…cocoa?
It’s nice to know that OS X Hints editor emeritus Rob Griffiths still visits the site, as evidenced by his posting of this nifty hint for Firefox users.
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.