Don't-Miss Browser Stories
Google peeled off the beta tag from Chrome Remote Desktop, a free Chrome browser-add on that gives you full access to another desktop PC running Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux.
Yahoo will ignore "Do Not Track" privacy requests sent by Microsoft's Internet Explorer 10 browser, calling its ally's unilateral decision "signal abuse" and pointing to a possible rift between the search partners.
Mozilla releases Firefox 16.0.2, which addresses weaknesses that could be exploited by hackers.
The search giant launches a special website to help you “get your Google back” while using Microsoft’s latest operating system.
Microsoft today said it will ship a preview of Internet Explorer 10 (IE10) for Windows 7 next month, but would not commit to a timetable for a final release.
Mozilla released Firefox 16.0.1 on Thursday in order to fix a publicly disclosed vulnerability and three other security flaws identified after the release of Firefox 16.
A vulnerability could allow a malicious website to capture a person's Web history
Found something on the Web you don't have time to read? One click puts it in your Pocket (app) for later reading on the go.
The new Privacyfix add-on gives you power over your data as you surf the Web.
Android users, meanwhile, get a new, Safari-like 'Reader Mode.'
Google security officials said they are in the process of verifying the vulnerability
Adobe today issued a surprise update for Flash Player that patched 25 critical vulnerabilities in the ubiquitous media software.
Acclaimed consumer protection add-on finally comes to Google's browser.
A new API, for instance, enables video playback that can adapt to changing computer and network conditions.
An early build of the tablet-friendly version of Firefox is now available.