Microsoft has offered details on what will be included in the next few updates for its TypeScript programming language up to the 1.0 milestone, although a release date was not revealed.
A week of Windows, iThings and Lollipop... and FLAMES
Philips Fidelio X2 headphones review
LG G3 Vigor review
LG G3 Vigor
Fire & Water: ioSafe 214 NAS review
A closer look at the Lumia 735, Microsoft's new 4G 'selfie phone'
Case-Mate Barely There for Xperia Z3 review
Microsoft has announced that it has reached the 0.9 milestone release of TypeScript and have added a bunch of features and tooling capabilities to the platform as they march on towards 1.0
Jay Sullivan, has said that Mozilla will not offer a browser on iOS until Apple allows third-party rendering engines, a move that will displease many Firefox fans.
A claim from a company advertising on Facebook suggests that the company was seeking to exploit them for profit. They allege most of the ad clicks coming from cash-hungry Facebook bots.
A new open source project backed by Mozilla aims at making Flash run within a browser standard environment: no need to install external plug-ins anymore. That's it, if the project succeeds.
Mozilla is getting ready to move Mozilla Marketplace into public beta over the next few weeks, bringing a (sorta) platform neutral app platform to users worldwide, and making Firefox 99% more awesome.
Adobe Software has announced two business acquisitions today, with Typekit and Nitobi Software, and appears to be pushing into the HTML5 and tablet space.
Google has released a new extension for its Google Chrome browser. According to their security blog, Google calls the extension DOM Snitch. According to Google, everyday applications that rely on the web are becoming increasingly...
Internet Explorer 9 has been under development for the past year, going through a number of platform previews, two betas. After a year-long wait, Microsoft finally hit the latest Release Candidate milestone with Internet Explorer...
Earlier Today Microsoft announced and released Internet Explorer 9 beta, but how exactly does it stack up to other browsers? Neowin put Internet Explorer 9 and the top four browsers to the test in a...
Chrome and IE8 both support multiple processors. In addition, both browsers run each tab as a separate process, thereby isolating crashes and improving overall speed. Firefox, unfortunately is lacking in these departments, but fear not:...
In my most recent piece, "IE8, and why it's almost my default browser", I outline a couple of factors that inhibited IE8 from holding the default browser position on my PC. Since writing that article,...