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The term "browser wars" refers to the competition for dominance in the web browser marketplace. The term is used to denote two specific periods of time: the competition between market-dominating Netscape Navigator and its eventual defeat by Microsoft Internet Explorer during the late 1990s, and the competition from 2003 onwards between the dominating Internet Explorer and several other emerging browsers including Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Opera and, since mid-2008, Google Chrome.
After Yahoo, security-stress at Chrome's House
ITvoir (press release) / 2/5/14
At present, Google is working hard on enhancing Chrome features that would enable users to reset their browser settings to their original defaults, so that all malicious plugins and apps would remove. Google will also notify users whenever the browser setting ...
Google adds new Chrome reset feature to combat browser hijacking
TechSpot / 2/5/14
Google has now added a new feature to its Chrome browser that automatically warns users when malicious software is tampering with their settings. Google VP of engineering Linus Upson, announced the update recently on the Google Chrome Blog.
Google tweaking Chrome API for HTML5 apps to run cross-platform
Android Community / 2/5/14
Packaged apps, which work in Chrome OS but outside of a browser, access different APIs than traditional web apps. By offering those up in a slimmed down form, HTML5 apps may be getting a true home away from home — on Android, iOS, Mac, Windows, ...
Google building a way to use Chrome apps without running Chrome
Pocket-lint.com / 2/5/14
Google is experimenting with code that will allow users to run Chrome applications without running the full Chrome web browser. The "app_shell" code was found in Google's Chromium project by The Next Web. Google is currently experimenting with the ...
Chrome beta users get an assist from Google
Authint Mail / 2/4/14
To access the Now notifications you need to be running Google's Chrome Beta browser, which is the test-bed for all its new technology. Once that is downloaded, you then need to sign in with the same account that you use Google Now with on your ...
'Looking' Back: Episode 3, 'Looking At Your Browser History'
Towleroad / 2/3/14
The third episode of a series is often a make-or-break point. While most viewers can forgive an uneven pilot, folks expect a show to find its footing by episode three. Some fans alredy got a sneak peek at tonight's episode, "Looking At Your Browser History," on ...
Looking at 'Looking' Episode 3: Looking at your browser history
San Francisco Chronicle (blog) / 2/3/14
Looking at 'Looking' Episode 3: Looking at your browser history. Posted on February 2, 2014 | By email@example.com (Tony Bravo) · Print · —. This week, our dear Patty struggles to identify the sexual orientation of his new British boss before getting ...
Looking Review: “Looking at Your Browser History” (Episode 1.03)
Paste Magazine / 2/3/14
Patrick's attempts to repair the damage, and possibly get some more work out of the deal, are stymied when he is confronted with his Internet browsing history. It all falls into place by the end, but considering how he ended the last episode on a down note, it is ...