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Apple releases Safari 5

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Apple today has released Safari 5, the latest version of its webkit based browser. Touting several new features, Apple promises it's the most innovative web browser yet. As with the previous version, the new version...

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Bill Gates on Chrome OS and browsers

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Microsoft chairman Bill Gates has revealed that he is "surprised people are acting like there's something new" in Google's recently announced Chrome operating system, during an interview with CNET News. Just yesterday Microsoft CEO...

Firefox Grabs 10% of Internet Browsers

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Firefox, the free, open-source browser from Mozilla, quietly gained enough users in March to finally grab 10 per cent of the web browser market, according to a report released by web audience measurement firm Net...

Browsers Get Ready for Graphics Boost

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Since first becoming a Web standard nearly four years ago, SVG has lagged in adoption as developers waited for broader support for next-generation Web graphics. But upcoming plans from two Web browser makers to natively...

Start-up looks to add pluck to browsers

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Start-up Pluck on Monday launched its first product, a set of tools designed to help people add capabilities to Microsoft's Internet Explorer Web browsing software. Pluck's self-titled package of browser add-ons promises...

Sneaky Toolbar Hijacks Browsers

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Xupiter is an Internet Explorer toolbar program. Once active in a system, it periodically changes users' designated homepages to xupiter.com, redirects all searches to Xupiter's site, and blocks any attempts to restore the original browser...

Bug opens up Javascript browsers to hackers

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Thanks to prasanth for keeping us up to date. A RECENTLY-DISCOVERED vulnerability opens up Javascript-enabled browsers to make network PCs available to an external attacker. But Microsoft has chosen to...

MSN.com shuts out non-Microsoft browsers

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Some people trying to access Microsoft's MSN.com with a non-Microsoft browser are finding themselves locked out. Although the software leviathan's Internet Explorer easily reaches MSN, other browsers--such as Opera, Mozilla and some...

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