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Microsoft said Thursday that it will refuse to support older version of Internet Explorer, provided a newer version is available for a given Windows OS. Die, Internet Explorer 8.
Google says that it will match images of child pornography against a digital database of illegal images that the company itself compiles. Microsoft, for its part, already does this.
A 64-bit version of Chrome inches closer to release status as Google releases it in beta form.
One feature aims to stop tracking tied to clicking the Facebook 'like' on outside sites
A fresh spotlight on an old issue with Chrome for Windows finally gets Google's attention.
This superb extension ditches the contentious floating windows of today's Gmail and brings back the Gmail experience you've used for years.
Short-lived Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich says Firefox's key to success lies in differentiation, starting with Google's gobbling of your personal info.
The Privacy Icons browser add-on translates websites' privacy policies into nine easy-to-grasp categories
The deal follows Salesforce.com's rollout of SOS, a help feature inspired by Amazon's Mayday
Microsoft pitches a high-profile venture capitalist to write paid blogs about its new Internet Explorer browser experience.
The Internet Explorer Developer Channel will offer an early glimpse into the next version of Internet Explorer
The PDF application will be used in Google's Chrome browser, replacing a closed-source component.
For several months, Google toyed with the idea of hiding full web addresses from users in Chrome. That idea appears to be on hold.
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You can now download a 64-bit version of the Chrome browser for Windows, which promises to be both faster, more secure, and stable -- at least for a developer version.