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id Software has announced that the open beta for Quake Live will start tomorrow for anyone who wants to try Quake 3 in a browser.
Security researcher Charlie Miller has unveiled a rather worrying security hole in Google's Android platform - one which allows for arbitrary code execution.
Speaking regarding the EU's decision that Microsoft's browser bundling was an abuse of monopoly, architect Mike Connor claims that bundling Firefox is "not the right outcome."
Figures released by Net Applications show Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser losing a big share of the market to rivals Safari, Firefox, and Chrome.
Users of Apple's Safari web browser - on both Mac OS X and Windows platforms - are being warned that an unpatched flaw in the RSS engine could lead to data theft.
Google has announced that Mac and Linux versions of its Chrome browser should be available before July 2009.
Mozilla has released an update for the popular Firefox web browser which addresses several security flaws deemed 'critical'.
Security firm Chapin Information Services has published the result of an investigation into the security of password management in popular web browsers - and it makes depressing reading.
Just a hundred days after its initial beta launch, Google's Chrome web browser has official graduated to 1.0 'production' status - and it's got faster and more secure along the way.
Opera has released an alpha build of its next generation web browser, and with 100 percent Acid3 compliance and a 30 percent speed boost to the rendering engine it's pretty darn good.
The latest build of the free mobile browser Opera Mini, version 4.2, has been released - and it brings some nice new features to the table along with Android support.
Apple has released the latest build of its Safari browser, version 3.2, with anti-phishing protection from Google included alongside numerous security fixes.
Adobe has released a preview version of a native 64-bit Flash Player binary for Linux, allowing users on 64-bit systems to use completely native binaries when browsing the web.
Google and T-Mobile have jointly distributed the first patch for the Android mobile platform, as a result of a security flaw in the on-board browser software.
Opera has announced the release of a new beta for Opera Mobile, with newly-added support for Symbian handsets as well as existing Windows Mobile units.
Comments by Mozilla Foundation CEO John Lilly reveal that alpha versions of the up-coming Firefox Mobile browser could arrive in 'a few weeks' time.
Google surprised just about all of us in the bit-tech office when it announced Chrome - its first foray into the browser market. Tim Smalley has been playing around with the first beta for a few days and has some thoughts on the browser's direction.
Google has taken the next logical step in its plans to conquer the Internet, with the beta launch of an open-source standards-compliant browser dubbed Chrome.
Users of the previous-generation Firefox 2.0.0.x series of web browser will begin to receive messages telling them to upgrade to Firefox 3 from next week.
The Internet Explorer team over at Microsoft are hard at work on a pair of technologies designed to offer 'private browsing' without leaving incriminating evidence behind.
Internet Explorer 8, with its strict standards compliance, is due to ship to end users by the end of the year according to Microsoft. A second beta is also scheduled for next month.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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