Once-dominant web browser appears ready for retirement.
The web was cluttered and ugly in its early days, but it was also free of popups and full of innocent charm.
Web apps will fit in better with Windows 10. Also, the new Edge browser is coming to more PCs, Microsoft announces at Build.
Because enterprise expense-report filing software is stuck in 2005.
In today's top stories, Apple confirms some iPad Pros shipped with a slight bend in the aluminum. Meanwhile, a serious security flaw forces Microsoft to update its browser.
The browser flaw impacts every version of Windows.
Google's Chrome project will now become that much more dominant.
Microsoft could be following in the footsteps of Opera, Baidu, Brave and others in adopting Google's open-source browser engine.
It's not yet time to laugh off data breaches, but authentication technology is advancing beyond the password-era problems.
From 56K to designated internet time on the family computer, we look back at our earliest internet memories.
On Google Search's 20th birthday, we take a look back at our earliest memories of the internet. (Yes, that includes the family computer too.)
Browser extension archives details of your last 3,000 website visits -- and lifts that limit if you pay $4 per month.