Most people end up choosing Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, or Safari. But remember that there are other options. You may discover that certain browsers are more compatible with achieving your online objectives than others.
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Latest stats for browser usage in the UK shows that the Google Chrome browser has overhauled Firefox, to become the second most popular browser behind IE
Most of you are not surprised to hear that malware attacks can hit any browser, Internet Explorer is not necessarily weaker than other browsers in the security camp, they just […]
There have been updates and releases to several browsers this month. So here is a quick comparison about how they pan out. The browsers are IE9 vs Chrome 10 vs Firefox […]
2 alerts are out dealing with vulnerabilities, one for Blackberry and the other for Adobe. Blackberry The research firm, Research in Motion (RIM), has taken the step to urge BlackBerry users […]
While the world awaits the launch of Microsoft’s new Internet Explorer 9 web browser, wondering if it will help halt the continued demise of the world’s most popular web browser, […]
But the add-on caused serious performance problems, as well as crashing the browser for over a total of 33,000 times in a single week. Mozilla, didn’t give up easily. They spent two weeks on the problem, but in the end couldn’t resolve it; what was worse, Skype couldn’t either.
Google recently paid two $1,337 bounties for work that lets Chrome avoid critical security problems by sidestepping vulnerabilities in Windows and the widely used glibc software library.
For Opera’s business strategy, working with Android is a good fit. Google’s mobile operating system is spreading from the high-end smartphone area to the more affordable and mainstream devices where Opera is strong today.
Many applications companies have not gone the full rewrite mode yet. Part of it is cost. It would be expensive to rewrite an application. But the more challenging element is the old “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”
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