Google wants you to know there is a new language on the block dubbed "Dart" - which Mountain View describes as a class-based, optionally typed platform for building web apps.
Two security researchers have presented a paper at the Black Hat conference describing potential security vulnerabilities associated with Google's Chrome operating system.
Security researchers have identified a new strain of OS X malware dubbed "MACDefender."
No more RCs or beta versions! Mozilla has released a polished, finalized version of its popular Firefox 4 browser for Android smartphones.
Mozilla has significantly boosted the performance of its popular browser with a new beta version (7) of Firefox 4.
Oops: Twitter says it had already identified and fixed the security flaw that left the site in chaos yesterday - but then messed up that fix with a later update.
A cross-site-scripting security flaw in Twitter is allowing pranksters to redirect visitors to third-party websites such as porn pages.
IDF 2010 - Adobe and Intel are attempting to challenge the Flash-less Apple by launching an initiative to promote Air apps and games in the latter company's AppUp store.
Google has upgraded its already powerful search engine to support a long-awaited "search-before-you-type" feature.
TechCrunch Europe is sounding the all clear after recovering from a recent attack by hackers who planted a malicious script on the popular site. However, the comments section remains locked down while TC attempts to "track down" any remaining malware "issues."
Mozilla has kicked off a Web-oriented gaming campaign in an apparent effort to compete with Google's upcoming Chrome OS and Marketplace.
Google is marking the second anniversary of Chrome with the launch of a newer, optimized version of the popular browser.
IBM has issued a rather dramatic cyber security warning alongside its mid-year X-Force Trend and Risk Report.
Google is promoting a browser add-on tool designed to block data collection from its own Analytics platform.
No, Apple's nascent Gianduia platform will not kill Flash for the masses. That is what HTML5 is for - at least according to Steve Jobs.
Forget Microsoft Office and its bloated, creeping feature syndrome!