Surf the Internet using a browser with various features.
The social network wants people to share more. And it's using Google's web browser to try to make it happen.
Microsoft says its Edge browser is great for your battery life. However, another company begs to differ.
In dueling blog posts this week, Opera and Microsoft each claim to offer consumers a browser that more than doubles the battery life of their laptops.
If you're unsure how an Amazon Alexa speaker might fit into your life, you can now try it out for free using Amazon's new site Echosim.io.
The feature gives apps their own URL, and it could blur the line between mobile websites and apps.
Windows 10 Insiders can download a handful of browser extensions for Edge right now.
The Scandinavian browser startup, aiming for power users who want lots of options, says its foothold is a fifth of the way toward profitability.
Opera users will now be able to opt out of seeing ads as they browse the Internet, from within the software's native settings menu.
Chrome is now officially No. 1, according to Web tracker Net Market Share, as Microsoft's IE continues to lose traction.
Tofino, a Mozilla project to try new browser ideas, is based on Google browser technology instead of Firefox -- for now.