New stats show Chrome continuing to gain ground on rival browsers, while IE9 is establishing its place as the browser of choice on Windows 7.
Microsoft's position as the dominant provider of software to consumers is at risk. Here are five reasons why.
Google's latest Chrome and IE browser extension makes finding related Web content a snap but the privacy trade-off is high.
Microsoft's browser had a remarkable 99 percent effective rate against the downloads, compared to the second most secure, Chrome at 13 percent.
NSS Labs survey finds that IE9 blocks almost all malicious URLs, while the closest competition was at 13 percent.
The recent patch collection addressed a lingering vulnerability exposed in the browser at the Pwn2Own hacking contest.
In a blog on the fake company's website, the perpetrator of the scam admitted the whole thing was a put-on that 'was all meant to be a lighthearted joke.'
The BBC did some digging on the group that claimed to have authored the study and found that AptiQuant's website is only a month old and thumbnail photos on one page were pulled from a French psychometric testing company -- with the names changed.
A new survey suggests that IE users are the dumbest of the dumb. Cringely is trying hard not to say 'I told you so'