Don't-Miss Browser Stories
Mozilla Firefox developers are working on a noise indicator that appears on tabs playing videos and audio. So far it only works with HTML5 videos, but developers appear to be working on implementing this with Flash media, as well.
Mozilla's Firefox has had enough of Flash and its security problems, at least for now.
These 25 browser extensions help you get things done faster and flat-out make visiting the web a more hassle-free experience.
The company hasn't yet released details about the new schedule, but said the old one isn't serving customers well.
Autopagerize helps you get through multiple web pages by automatically loading them for you. No mouse required.
Panic Button hides all those tabs you shouldn't have open and makes it look like you're doing what you should be.
OK Google is a handy feature, but it's a proprietary code and including it by default in an open source browser is a no-no.
If you love to have multiple browser tabs open or despise auto-playing videos this Firefox add-on can help.
AVG's Crumble is a relatively new extension for Chrome that makes it easy to guard your privacy online.
Chrome is going back to its old tree-style bookmarks manager apparently in the face of user revolt.
Your Android phone can remember your complex, hard-to-type passwords for you. Here's how to set it up.
Microsoft's security tools built into Windows will now remove the Ask Toolbar for you.
$99 a year developer program membership is now needed for Extension Gallery presence
Beta functionality sidelines animations that aren't central to a page
Just when you thought you were safe from autoplay videos, you now have to block them in HTML5 as well as Flash. Here's how--but sorry, there's no solution for Explorer.