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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 Working on Chrome Apps Without Starting the Browser
Society and Religion / 2/7/14
A number of users on a forum have found sequences of code that shows that Google are experimenting with the idea of running applications in the browser without requiring its starting. Allowing applications to load without starting all extensions in Google ...
Firefox For Windows 8 Touch Beta Is Live For Download
Hot Hardware / 2/7/14
Mozilla cautions testers to see Firefox Beta as their default browser before digging in, but otherwise, feel free to give a new and improved Firefox a whirl. We suspect that the final version will be out shortly for those who aren't down with installing anything other ...
Firefox for Windows 8 beta arrives
Techie News / 2/7/14
The easy to use Firefox beta has been optimised for Windows 8 user interface thanks to its tile-based Firefox start screen that matches with the rest of Windows 8 and its apps. The new browser allows one-tap access to familiar browser elements including top ...
Touch-friendly Firefox for Windows 8 hits beta
The Tech Report, LLC / 2/7/14
Mozilla has been hard at work on a Modern UI version of its Firefox web browser since March 2012. Today, Firefox for Windows 8 Touch reached beta status—and Mozilla is inviting folks to give it a try. Source: Mozilla. By the looks of it, Firefox for Windows 8 ...
Build with LEGO® and Chrome
The Periscope Post / 2/6/14
The power of WebGL and 3D graphics technology has made it possible for these plastic bricks to live again on the web and you can try out for yourself using just a browser (Google Chrome recommended but it worked just fine with Firefox but not with Safari).
Open the Google Chrome task manager
StartupSmart / 2/6/14
So it's no surprise to find that Chrome has its own built-in Task Manager, just like Windows or the Force Quit window in Mac OS X, where you can close misbehaving web pages and windows without closing the entire browser. You can access the Task ...
Opera tops 200m active mobile users in Africa
PC Tech Magazine / 2/5/14
The number of mobile phone users that use the Opera Mini browser opera-mini hastopped 200 million per month for the first time, that's up 47 percent from last year, the Norwegian company has today revealed. Launching its latest State of the Mobile Web ...
Report: IE 11 Will Get 'Enterprise Mode' in Windows 8.1 Update 1
Redmond Channel Partner / 2/3/14
Microsoft is reportedly planning to add an "enterprise mode" feature to its Internet Explorer 11 browser, according to a report Monday from ZDNet's Mary Jo Foley. The "enterprise mode" capability is designed to be a solution for the compatibility issues faced by ...
'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 ...
Russian Opera browser users prefer smartphones
Telecompaper (subscription) / 2/2/14
This significantly higher than the global average of Opera mobile browser products, which is at 39 percent smartphone users. In Russia, the number of Opera for Android users increased by 38 percent during Q3 2013, the company said. In December 2013 ...