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.
It looks like Microsoft's latest browser isn't doing much for the browser wars.
It was a nice weekend for Mozilla.
After being put on hiatus for four month, Mozilla announced that it will put the latest version of Firefox up for download next Tuesday.
In just 24 hours, Microsoft registered more than 2.3 downloads of its newest Web browser.
It took Microsoft a while to nail down an official date for the release of its next Web browser, but it has done just that now in setting March 14 as the official launch date of Internet Explorer 9.
New statistics published by Net Applications indicate that Google's popular Chrome browser has managed to capture an impressive 10% of the rather competitive market.
Mozilla is considering introducing a 'Do Not Track' feature into Firefox, allowing users to opt out of online behavioral advertising (OBA).
It’s official: Mozilla’s Firefox has overtaken Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) to become the numero uno browser in Europe.
Mozilla has significantly boosted the performance of its popular browser with a new beta version (7) of Firefox 4.
Mozilla's still working hard on getting all the kinks out to a huge update to its Firefox web browser, and as such will miss its previously scheduled deployment window of late 2010.
A Firefox plug-in known as "Firesheep" has been positively identified as a serial cookie sidejacker.
A 12-year-old professional bug hunter recently received a whopping $3,000 from Mozilla for identifying a critical Firefox security flaw.
The company best known for its Firefox Internet browser has just crowned a brand new CEO, this time bringing in a guy whose past expertise is in the mobile market.
Fennec is probably one of the best apps ever coded for Android-powered smartphones - even though it is still in beta. And here's why.
It seems as if Microsoft's bloated Internet Explorer (IE) browser may be headed to the scrap heap. And you know what? It's about damn time.
Within just two days, more than two million people have downloaded the beta version of Microsoft's newest Internet browser.