Speak of Internet Explorer to most computer-savvy people and chances are you will be given icy glares and a profound lecture of how Microsoft always fails to make a good browser that is capable of safeguarding a user from nasty malware circulating the depths of cyberspace, right? Well, not anymore; apparently, a recent study conducted
Have you been moaning and groaning about the dismal state of support Adobe's Flash Player plugin has for 64-bit browsers? Well, if your answer to that question is a yes, today will definitely be a very good day for you and your favourite web browser, for Adobe has announced the availability of the first beta
Well, it seems that Microsoft sure is not about to take its time with its browser development schedule, especially if this latest piece of news is of any indication. In just less than 80 days, the Redmond giant has pushed out yet another Platform Preview for its upcoming Internet Explorer 10 web browser for developers
Mozilla may have set today's date (21 June) as the day Firefox 5 is officially released for public download, but it seems that impatient users may not have to wait for the official launch in order to get their hands on the latest version of the Firefox web browser. Apparently, Mozilla has already moved the
Google has announced that it has come up with a few new ways to use its search service and we can imagine that at least one of the two new options is set to become quite popular. The two new options are Google Voice Search and Search by Image, of which the first has been
Many OEMs and companies love to boast about how the era of the desktop PC is close to an end, especially now that the new breed of mobile computing devices like smartphones and tablets are set to replace the desktop as the online tool of choice. But merely having the device is not good
Opera has recently unveiled their new Mini 6 web browser for the iPhone, iPad and the iPod Touch. The Opera Mini 6 have been available on Android and BlackBerry devices since March, but at least it is now available for Apple fans.
Remember Chrome Canary for Windows? You know, that highly experimental and unstable browser which Google was inviting Windows users to play around with, but only if they were ready to deal with the frequent issues that are bound to occur while using it? Well, it seems that Google is keen on attracting more guinea….I mean,
Most tech-savvy PC users do not have a problem with testing out pre-release and development builds of popular software, especially if the 'popular software' in question happens to be the all-important application known as the 'web browser'. Of course, most users will also attempt to draw a line between getting the latest, most bleeding-edge software
Another day, another web browser-related news. And this time, the vendor of focus is Opera Software, which has publicly released the latest version of their web browser, Opera 11.10, for download on all three major operating systems. So what new features does Opera 11.10 have that its predecessor lacks? Let's take a look.
If you would remember, Microsoft had only recently launched its latest version of its Internet Explorer web browser a month ago, and it was probably one of the few Internet Explorer releases to gain favourable reviews among the global media for various advancements in performance and support for web standards.And it seems that Microsoft is
Seems like the good folks over at Mozilla are not going to be taking their time with new browser releases now the the browser wars are starting to heat up yet again. According to some development notes left in the browser's GIT repositories, users might be able to see a brand new version of Firefox
Do you use Google Chrome as your default web browser on Windows, Mac OS X or Linux? If so, this might be a good time to ensure that the browser's auto-update feature is working properly, for Google has released a patch which it claims is aimed at fixing a few serious security vulnerabilities in its
Well, it appears that Microsoft could barely contain its excitement on this one. Apparently, the Redmond software giant sees the final version of Internet Explorer 9 as being such a groundbreaking achievement that it had gone ahead with an official launch event for the browser. And this in spite of the fact that Internet Explorer
Does anyone remember how big of a deal it was when Microsoft launched Internet Explorer 6 with Windows XP back then? Well, with the browser now in its tenth year of service, Microsoft is only too keen to keep people out of that ancient excuse of a web browser and push its newer, more polished
Is the browser business moving into adult territory? Well, Apple apparently thinks so: while it has approved of Opera's free web browser being listed in its Mac App Store for users to download and use, the company has also posted a requirement that users must of a certain age before they can be allowed to
It seems like February may have been a very good month for Microsoft and its Internet Explorer team in particular. According to the latest statistics released by Netmarketshare, Microsoft's web browser gained more than 0.5% in market share, all at Firefox's expense. Does this mean that Microsoft has finally gotten things right with Internet Explorer?
Gaikai has gone live. For those who don't know what Gaikai is, it is a cloud-based gaming technology that is similar (and probably a competitor) to Onlive. Yes, you don't need to download or install any software to play games like Call of Duty or Mass Effect 2; simply play the game via your web
Remember how Apple's Steve Jobs claimed that the MPEG LA was already in the process of forming a patent pool to 'go after' Google's free VP8 codec when the latter was first released? Well, it seems like the MPEG LA has finally drawn first blood by calling for the submission of patents that it deems