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You know what Windows 10 needs? More Cortana. It's already reportedly coming to your taskbar, and now it sounds like you'll get Microsoft's digital personal assistant in your address bar too.
Think you're safe from sneaky advertising companies tracking you when you're in private or incognito mode? You might not be.
'Spartan could spell the future of Microsoft's browser technology: fewer compatibility issues, more multi-platform friendliness. It will reportedly launch alongside Internet Explorer as part of Windows 10.
Chrome security engineers have proposed that all websites that don't encrypt traffic be marked as insecure by browsers.
The screen contributed to restoring competition in the EU browser market, the European Commission said
Mozilla has been running a fundraiser from within its Firefox browser, a program that will run through the end of the year.
Want to try a new way of video chat without the pain of downloading an app or signing up for an account? Try webRTC.
Project Maelstrom is a fascinating concept for sharing web content using torrent technology. But how exactly will all this work? We've got a few answers to share.
BitTorrent wants to reimagine what the web should be with a new web browser called Project Maelstrom that distributes web content over a peer-to-peer network.
After years of vowing not to bring Firefox to the iPhone and iPad, Mozilla is changing its tune--and is presumably willing to work with Apple's rules.
The new Firefox is here, and with it Yahoo replaces Google as the default search provider in Mozilla's browser.
Dreading the notion of Yahoo becoming your default search engine in Firefox later this month? Here's how to stop that from happening.
When Yahoo rolls out as the new search provider for Firefox, Mozilla plans to also introduce a new "one-click search" experience.
Google on Monday gave traditional Google plug-ins a stay of execution and instead outlined a plan to finalize their demise in 10 months.
Attitudes to standards in web browsers will dictate what you'll be able to do on your device