Google has released a new version of its Chrome browser for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
The long love affair between Linux users and Firefox appears to be over as the developers of Ubuntu talk about dropping the browser and replacing it with Chromium.
It's an old argument, but one that certainly rings true for Mozilla. Meaning, Firefox won't be returning to Apple's iPad or iPhone anytime soon.
Earlier this year, Mozilla debuted its first Firefox OS developer phones to showcase the nascent and rapidly evolving operating system.
Just a day after its release, Firefox 16 has been pulled after the discovery of a serious security flaw.
Pearltrees is routinely used to embed data related to a particular topic in a way that is easy to navigate.
Mozilla claims industry support "is growing" for its plans to launch a lineup of HTML5-centric Firefox smartphones.
If you've been craving a new user-friendly browser for your iPad, Mozilla has the answer.
In just a few short years, Google's Chrome browser has taken the world by storm.
Microsoft's Web browser may be experiencing a nice turnaround after years of nearly consistent decline.
If you use Chrome and you don't like the idea of Google tracking your every click and website visit, you will soon have a "do not track" option.
The Mozilla Foundation is coding a specialized version of its flagship Firefox browser for Microsoft Windows 8 Metro.
Microsoft has scored a victory in embedding its Bing search engine into Mozilla's Firefox Web browser.
It looks like Chrome is doing a pretty formidable job at becoming the new choice for Internet users who want something other than Internet Explorer.
If you can't keep track of what version of Firefox you are using now, you're not alone.
A seemingly legitimate study that showed Internet Explorer users as having starkly low IQs has turned out to be an elaborate hoax.
Still using Internet Explorer? Ooh, you thickie. According to Canadian psychometric consulting company AptiQuant, IE users have lower IQs.
When was the last time you actually had to type "http" into your browser?
There will no longer be security updates for version 4 of Firefox.
If you've been hesitant to update your Internet browser, you may want to pay attention to this.