Western Digital, Toshiba announce BiCS4 QLC flash
Up to 2.66TB per package.
Microsoft's next iteration of the Internet Explorer browser will default to rendering pages in a standards-compliant mode that rejects broken sites written for earlier versions.
Figures published by web monitoring firm XiTi Monitor yesterday reveal the open-source Firefox web browser steadily gaining ground throughout Europe.
In a move that some might construe as being an attempt to gain back some precious market share, Microsoft is releasing an IE7 build to all Windows XP and Server 2003 users.
The Mozilla Foundation's President has gone on record to say some pretty nasty things about Apple and Steve Jobs after the company's recent announcement on its browser, Safari.
Apple has announced that Safari is making the move into the PC browser wars. Oh...boy?
Adobe has released news that its Acrobat Reader could open up vulnerabilities for those using Internet Explorer.
The final version of IE7 is just a day old, and already security issues are being reported - ones that are as old as the hills.
Microsoft finally gets the new version of its browser out of the door, in the run-up to the release of Vista.
A new group has emerged to help make Internet Explorer a little safer, since Microsoft takes so long. The new Zeroday Emergency Response Team is patching the buggy browser
By recreating dodgy sites on the fly, Microsoft hopes this new security software, named BrowserShield, will prevent the spread of malware.
The new version of Internet Explorer ships with Windows Vista. The new version of Firefox is currently in beta. Which one is worthy of your screen space? We test out the features, tab support, search functionality and interface on the two new beta browsers.
As the battle for browser share goes on, a new version of Firefox adds functionality and stability.
Fed up with Firefox? Irritated with IE? Maybe you could try ogling at Opera, with the new release of the browser integrating torrents and widgets.
One patch, two patch, three patch, four. Five patch, six patch, seven patch... Keep going, because this one's a biggie.
The awesome open source browser has gained even more share of the desktop in March, with more users switching.
The next version of Windows might feature less of the default Microsoft browser, not more. Internet Explorer version 7 will be uninstallable.
The ugly file exploit raises its head again, as Microsoft patches Internet Explorer versions in Windows Millenium and 2000. Noobs running ME rejoice.
Great - another bug that lets "1337 H4x0r5" take over your pc via IE. Don't look smug FF users - it affects you too...
Using the Google toolbar with Internet Explorer could leave open a big hole for malicious attacks, a security expert has claimed.
FireFox continues to erode Internet Explorer's market share, entering double figures for the first time. Naturally, bit-tech readers are well ahead of the curve.
No patch for dodgey COM object; SANS institute concerned that "widespread malicious use of this vulnerability is imminent"
The next version of Firefox will be 1.5, not 1.1 as planned. There are also new features planned for Firefox 2.0 / 3.0
Details of IE7 have hit the net. The browser sports new features including tabbed browsing and RSS integration.
One in ten UK websites fail to work properly when viewed in Firefox, according to a study of 100 leading consumer sites by web-testing firm SciVisum; bit-tech fully compliant
More embarrassment for Netscape - The latest version breaks XML in IE
Netscape 8 was launched with a heavy emphasis on security - so news of major security flaws must have caused some red faces at AOL.
WebSideStory shows that Firefox has nabbed even more of IE's market share
Google has released its new Web Accelerator software amidst controversy over privacy concerns.