Don't-Miss Browser Stories
This clever extension gives you a right-hand "viewer" for linked items you click from the window on the left.
Google has pushed out updates for the iOS and Android versions of Chrome, as the company continues beefing up its browser for use with tablets and smartphones.
Microsoft issued 13 bulletins—4 for them critical—that cover 47 vulnerabilities found across Internet Explorer, Outlook, SharePoint, Office and the Windows kernel.
A recent update changed the way Chrome displays certain icons. Here's how to restore them to view.
More of us are accessing the Internet from mobile devices, as measured by site access by mobile browsers.
If you'd rather see your open tabs in a scrolling list on the side of your screen, this extension is for you.
Watch out, traditional software: The new Chrome apps can work offline and store locally, and they cross platforms with ease.
If a slow connection is causing streaming problems, browser add-on YouTube Center can help.
The browser has a couple cool options that are easy to miss, not the least of which is its app store.
Nearly one in four browsers are now armed with an ad-blocking tool, reducing revenue at free-content websites, an Irish company said today
Mozilla is considering the possibility of rejecting as invalid SSL certificates issued after July 1, 2012, with a validity period of more than 60 months. Google already made the decision to block such certificates in Chrome starting early next year.
Mozilla is developing a protocol that aims to let security tools and Web browsers work better together.
Google shipped Chrome 29, patching 25 vulnerabilities and rolling out under-the-hood changes the company said would offer more relevant suggestions when users typed in URLs or search strings.
Google, it seems, is thinking of the children.
Mozilla's Firefox browser has lost more than 11 percent of its user share in the last two months, giving Google's Chrome another shot at replacing it as the world's No. 2 browser, according to new data.