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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.
Google Chrome Free Download For Best Add-Ons
CultureMob (blog) / 2/23/14
Recently released statistics clearly show Google Chrome usage share is almost double than Internet Explorer which is the second most used browser by people for surfing the Internet. While Internet Explorer availability is primarily limited to Windows OS and ...
Microsoft Cutting Windows Price 70% to Counter Rivals
Businessweek / 2/23/14
Microsoft Corp. introduced the biggest overhaul of its flagship Windows software in two decades, reflecting the rising stakes in its competition with Apple Inc. and Google Inc. for the loyalty of customers who are shunning personal computers and flocking to mobile devices. Photographer: ... By offering incentives for PC makers to sell cheaper models, Microsoft may be able to increase its share of the growing $80 billion tablet market and stave off Chromebooks, notebooks that run Google's operating system. Microsoft ...
More hardware partners for Microsoft's Windows Phone
The Fonecast / 2/23/14
... be key contributors to continued growth across price points and geographies for Windows Phone.” An update for Microsoft's Windows Phone OS is planned for the spring, along with an update for the Windows 8.1 desktop, laptop and tablet operating system.
Microsoft details Windows Phone 8.1 at MWC
TechSpot / 2/23/14
Hardware-wise, Windows Phone 8.1 will now support the current range of mid-tier Qualcomm SoCs, including the Snapdragon 200 (MSM8x10 and 8x12), Snapdragon 400 (MSM8x26 and 8x28) and the Snapdragon 400 LTE (MSM8926 and 8928). TD-LTE, TD-SCDMA and SGLTE ... More about Windows Phone 8.1 will be unveiled during Microsoft's BUILD developer conference in April, shortly before the company releases the updated OS to the masses. microsoft, windows phone, windows phone 8.1, wp8.1, mwc ...
Google Chrome Extension Allows Email Activity Tracking - See Everything
Society and Religion / 2/22/14
Those from Streak have developed a free extension for Google Chrome browser that announces the sender that their email has been opened. For now, the app is in beta and only works for Gmail accounts. Streak Extension is particularly useful for companies ...
Google Chrome - Offline Installer Works without Internet
Society and Religion / 2/21/14
Google Chrome is one of the leading web browsers in the industry that is being used by millions of users around the globe. For those who assume that the free installer application available to download the browser works only over the web, it's time you know ...
Firefox OS taps into Cordova for easier Web-app development
CNET / 2/21/14
Firefox OS taps into Cordova for easier Web-app development. Developers writing apps using the Cordova software foundation now can reach Mozilla's browser-based operating system as well as Android, iOS, Windows Phone, and BlackBerry OS.
Opera Lets You Get Free Internet for Watching Ads
The Next Web / 2/21/14
Browser-maker Opera is shaking up the mobile advertising market just a little, after it introduced Sponsored Web Pass, a new version of its pay-as-you-go Web Pass service that effectively gives phone owners free mobile Internet in exchange for watching ...
Opera Unveils Sponsored Data Packages
MediaPost Communications / 2/21/14
The company's Opera Mini browser is installed on an estimated 248 million phones worldwide, with particular strength in countries including Indonesia, Russia, India, Brazil and Mexico. The Web Pass platform so far has been adopted by carriers in Malaysia, ...
Opera Sponsored Web Pass, For Ad-Supported Free Mobile Data
Ubergizmo / 2/21/14
For Opera, this could be a great way to give wireless carriers and users a new incentive to use their browser. although it is very decent, the browser competition is extremely difficult, especially when most handsets come preloaded with one. Let's wait and see ...
The prospects of the HTML5-based Firefox OS
Digitimes / 2/20/14
Mozilla, known for its Firefox web browser, is also eyeing the mobile operation system (OS) market. It has launched Firefox OS, which is based on HTML5 and Open Web resources. It is a truly open source platform that frees software and hardware designers ...