Analysis: Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari browsers don't fare as well.
For the second year running, security researcher Charlie Miller has taken home the top prize at security conference CanSecWest...
Charlie Miller defends his title; IE8 also falls on Day 1 of hacking contest.
Although Microsof's Internet Explorer (IE) continues to bleed market share, Apple's Safari is an even bigger loser.
New Web browser seems to borrow heavily from Google Chrome and others, but improves on what those browsers offer.
Here's a look at some of the key features that will be included in IE 8, and why companies may be better off using it than Chrome, Firefox, or Safari.
PC World blogger Rick Broida tells you about a new version of Foxmarks that works with IE and Safari, an ad-based free VoIP service, and site-specific searches on Google.