Safari is Apple's Web browser. It's currently in its fourth version, which got Cover Flow-style bookmark browsing, history search, a visual bookmarks start page, and a large-size tab style that mimics Google's Chrome.
Safari began as an in-house replacement to Microsoft's Internet Explorer for Mac, which Microsoft didn't update or improve on at the same rate as it did for its Windows counterpart--and eventually dropped shortly after the release of Safari.
In 2007, Safari got quite a bit of attention for its inclusion as the default Web browser in Apple's iPhone, where it remains as the only way to browse the Web on the popular device.
CNET editor Dong Ngo explains how the Google Wifi works and most importantly why it's so much more appealing than competing devices.
by Dong Ngo
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