Mozilla gears up for the biggest overhaul to Firefox in more than three years as it prepares Australis for all.
Apple's Safari outscored the stock Android browser, Opera, Google Chrome, and Internet Explorer in a study conducted by tech-support Q&A site Fixya.
Intel and Hewlett-Packard are giddy about the prospects for the demise of an operating system that won't die.
Per its year-old policy on supporting browsers, Google will discontinue support for IE8 when version 10 ships in November.
Apple's CEO has set the bar high. He will need to jump over that bar with a game-changing or seriously game-on product. If not, he will have something to worry about.
Consumers, according to researcher Flurry, spend about 30 minutes per day inside Facebook's mobile application, which is more time than they spend with any one mobile browser.
Tim Cook predicted an "iPad Christmas," and so far, the stats show that Apple's products have not lost their appeal to consumers.
During a SXSW talk, the not-for-profit's vice president of product says the organization won't build a version of its Firefox browser for iOS devices until Apple changes its ways.
Google's Chrome browser is now used for just over 20 per cent of global Web surfing, according to Internet analytics company StatCounter. Microsoft's Internet Explorer, meanwhile, is in decline.
European Union regulators are in the process of determining whether Google dominates search and, if so, whether it engages in the "abuse of dominance."