WhiteHat has disclosed a critical security vulnerability in Apple's Safari browser that could allow hackers to extract personal information from the OS X address book.
Internet Explorer keeps declining, and Mozilla needs to keep a watch on the Google at its back.
Apple has released the newest version of its Internet browser, Safari 5, which claims to have a "30 percent performance increase over Safari 4."
Apple has imposed a strict "Safari only" policy for its recently launched HTML5 demo. Other browsers - including Google's Chrome - are blocked from loading the showcase features.
There was a time not long ago when Internet Explorer commanded 96% of the browser market, but its numbers have been steadily dropping and now it's approaching territory that should make Microsoft genuinely worried.
When Steve Jobs declared at the iPad’s launch that the device would not support Flash because it was a "CPU Hog," one boffin set out to test the truth of the statement, and found it to be subjective at best.