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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.
Tab Ahead is a useful tab finder for Chrome with fuzzy logic support
Ghacks Technology News / 12/7/13
When you reach a certain threshold in the Google Chrome browser in regards to tabs that are open in a given window, you will notice that they first start to appear only as favicons in the tabbar of the browser, and shortly thereafter only as anonymous blocks of ...
Load Impact Ships Chrome Extension for User Session Recording
Consumer Electronics Net / 12/6/13
"Until now our session recorder required developers to go to our website and manually change the proxy settings in the browser or operating system to perform a recording," said Ragnar Lönn, Load Impact founder and CEO. "That was a bit of a hassle, and ...
Twitter to start pushing ads based on browser history
BusinessTech / 12/6/13
... start pushing ads based on browser history. Twitter Inc will begin showing ads to users based on their browsing history, it said on Thursday, becoming the latest Internet company to employ the controversial but increasingly widespread tracking technology.
After Mac, now Windows gets master password protection in Chrome
TechSpot / 12/5/13
According to Google's “Happiness Evangelist”, François Beaufort, the feature is now available in the latest Chromium build for Windows, suggesting that it will soon be included in the stable version of Google's Chrome web browser, though no official date has ...
Google May be Planning To Port Chrome Apps Everywhere
ReadWrite / 12/4/13
The difference between Chrome apps and Android apps are that Chrome apps are built for the Web by default (because ChromeOS and the browser are by default Web-driven engines). They are written in the primary languages of the web—HTML, CSS, ...
Google Working to Bring Chrome Packaged Apps to iOS and Android
MobileSyrup.com / 12/4/13
Google's packaged Chrome apps could be making the move from browser to mobile as soon as next month. TheNextWeb team today stumbled across a GitHub repository called Mobile Chrome Apps. Led by Michal Mocny, a software dev at Google, the ...
Chrome For Windows Gains Additional Password Security
Ubergizmo / 12/4/13
In the past, users were only able to access a plaintext list of saved passwords through pointing the browser at “chrome://settings/passwords”, which made it all too easy for someone to gain access if one's computer was left unattended. [Francois Beaufort ...
Chrome apps could reach Android in early 2014
Inquirer / 12/4/13
Despite having insisted up to now that it wanted to keep Chrome and Android as two different products, it has revealed that developers are working on porting Chrome apps into the Android edition of the popular web browser. Source code for a runtime to ...
Dataium Settles Browser History Sniffing Charges
InformationWeek / 11/26/13
Browser Wars: Chrome vs Firefox vs Internet Explorer in SA
MyBroadband / 11/24/13
Microsoft Internet Explorer is steadily losing ground in South Africa while Chrome looks poised to soon overtake it, according to statistics from StatCounter. According to StatCounter, Chrome overtook Internet Explorer globally in May 2012 and by the end of ...
How Often Do You Delete Your Browser History?
Lifehacker / 11/22/13
Your browser history can be a wonderfully useful thing or in some cases a somewhat embarrassing one. We've shown you some tools that make it easier to clear your history and also a few tools to make it more useful. But we're curious. How often do you ...