Flexibility is the order of the day as Web technology developers try to keep the easy-to-run but imperfect test from holding back developments of new standards.
In the popular Acid3 web standards test, Google's Chrome beats out the latest stable builds of Firefox and Internet Explorer.
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This story initially misstated the Acid3 benchmark scores. The latest IE9 preview scores 95 out of 100, earlier versions of the IE9 preview scored 83, and the current Internet Explorer 8 only scores 20.
The browser is ubiquitous, contentious, and the one app that everybody uses on every kind of hardware imaginable. Here's how we gauge performance.
Firefox 4 is now in its public beta phase, so anyone can download it and try out the new features. We give our verdict on its looks, performance and whether or not it's a Chrome-killer
Apple's update to Safari for OS X will tie the browser more closely to OS X Keychain, and include refreshed Top Sites, tweaks to article reading, and much-improved memory management -- but no big changes to the browser.
After more than a year of being a Windows-only beta, Google's own Chrome Web browser has officially landed on the Mac as a public beta. We've tested it in full, and so should you
We put the final preview of Internet Explorer 9 through its paces as it rockets towards beta