Don't-Miss Browser Stories
The new version of Google's browser is faster and more stable, and it looks a lot better on high-end laptops.l
Stay on task and streamline your workflow with these browser tools.
The Opera browser, which has struggled to gain traction, signs an important deal to power the aging Asha phones that Microsoft inherited in its Nokia deal.
Native advertising and sponsored content is a big trend at news sites these days. A new browser extension helps let you know when what you're reading is not editorial content.
A study of 48,000 Chrome extensions uncovers ad fraud, data theft and other misdeeds
As a new school year approaches, it’s time to start thinking about being productive. Chrome offers compelling apps that help you get things done, and they're all right in your browser.
A few weeks ago, Microsoft employees debated the pros and cons of renaming Internet Explorer, employees said on Reddit. They also offered their thoughts on upcoming extensions and versions of the browser on other platforms.
Chrome's newest features aren't available to the typical installation. But there's a way you can get them early, before the public knows about them.
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.