The Pwn2Own contest demonstrates that dedicated attackers can compromise any platform.
Opera has submitted the Opera Mini browser app for the iPhone--bringing the browser war to the popular smartphone.
Version 4.0.5 is available for both Windows and Mac, just in time for competition in the Pwn2Own browser hacking competition.
The organizer of the Pwn2Own hacking challenge predicts that Apple's Safari browser will go under first; a past winner of the contest isn't so sure.
Google is dropping Google Docs and Google Sites support for several older browsers, including Chrome 3, Firefox 2, and Safari 2.
Business Week reports that Apple and Microsoft are considering a deal that could oust Google from its position on the iPhone.
Latest browser stats show Chrome as the third most-used browser. Could it become more popular than Firefox?