Google has released a new version of its Chrome browser for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
The European Commission has slapped Microsoft with a €561 million fine for failing to do as it was told and make it easier for users to choose a different web browser.
Due to a major security glitch in Internet Explorer, the German government is urging its citizens to avoid using the browser.
Microsoft is warning users of a new zero-day flaw in Internet Explorer that could affect hundreds of millions of people.
Remember when the European Commission found Microsoft guilty of anti-trust practices and ordered it to offer users a choice of browser?
Microsoft wants to be willing to support third-party browsers in its new operating system.
If you like the idea of online privacy, Windows 8 might just be for you.
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.
Redmond has revamped it flagship Internet Explorer (IE) 10 browser to match the style and feel of Windows 8 Metro - a slick UI targeted at tablets and other mobile devices.
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.
Following last week's revelation that Google was bypassing privacy settings in Apple's Safari browser, Microsoft's accused it of doing the same thing with Internet Explorer.
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.
A seemingly legitimate study that showed Internet Explorer users as having starkly low IQs has turned out to be an elaborate hoax.
If you've been hesitant to update your Internet browser, you may want to pay attention to this.
It was a nice weekend for Mozilla.
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.
It’s official: Mozilla’s Firefox has overtaken Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) to become the numero uno browser in Europe.
Year after year after year, Microsoft has consistently kept its software up-to-date and as safe as possible by releasing security fixes to users at the same time every month. But none of these updates has ever been as big as the one that was pushed out to Windows customers yesterday.