Even though relatively more popular browsers like Google Chrome have lost market share according to latest statistics, it appears that people just don't want to transition to Microsoft Edge.
The Microsoft Company Store will not be accessible from some older browsers, including Internet Explorer 10, after a security update on September 1. The decision comes from the Store's hosting firm.
The latest reports for the market share of browsers are in, and they indicate that Google Chrome is continuing its dominance while Microsoft Edge just isn't good enough for Windows 10 users.
AT&T launched DirecTV Now in November, with apps on multiple platforms, and support for various web browsers. But it now says that the service will work "exclusively on Google Chrome" from July 1.
The latest report for browser market share has remained more or less unchanged compared with last month. Chrome remains the unchallenged leader in the web browser space, and IE continues to plummet.
According to the latest statistical report by NetMarketShare, the situation of the respective market shares of desktop browsers has remained more or less the same as the previous month.
At the annual Pwn2Own hacking contest, Microsoft Edge emerged as the least secure browser after being hacked at least five times. On the other hand, Google Chrome arose unscathed.
Data from NetMarketShare shows that Microsoft Edge is now being utilized by more users. On the other hand, Internet Explorer has continued its free fall with a 55% YoY decrease.
According to a report, Internet Explorer has suffered a 55% year-over-year decline in market share, while Microsoft Edge has increased by 190%. However, the latter is still used by only 5% of users.
The next scripting revolution for the web inched closer to reality with the 'browser preview' of WebAssembly now available in experimental form in Firefox and Chrome, with Edge nearly ready to ship.
Microsoft has introduced EdgeHTML 14, its most significant update to its Edge browser with the launch of Windows 10 Anniversary Update, which brings improved performance, efficiency, and security.
Apple has announced that once Safari 10 reaches the public, as part of macOS Sierra, Flash will be turned off by default in an effort to ensure users have a better and safer experience with HTML5.
Internet Explorer has lost its top spot to Google's Chrome. Internet Explorer has been declining heavily for the past few months while Chrome's usage grew. Firefox also fell into single digits.
Apple has released the third iteration of its OS X 10.11.5 and tvOS 9.2.1 betas. Alongside the developer betas is the third public beta for iOS 9.3.2 and Safari Technical Preview 3.
With people moving to Windows 10 and subsequently the Edge browser, Internet Explorer usage is starting to dip. We will likely see Chrome become the most used worldwide.
It appears that for some odd reason, Safari web browser users are encountering repeated crashes on the desktop, iPad and iPhone. Luckily there's a workaround while we wait for an official fix.
Dedicated ad-blocking apps are now available on both the iOS and Android app stores. But with content blocking Safari Extensions coming to iOS 9, Apple users may not be need a separate app for long.
Following a "reevaluation" of the Pointer Events standard that got approved by the W3C last month, Google has committed to supporting the standard, with a little help from some friends.
A Copenhagen-based developer has discovered a vulnerability that allows telephone numbers in Safari pages on the iPhone to automatically place calls, to any number including the expensive ones.
Google has been ordered to pay an additional $17m in fines divided up between 37 states and the District of Columbia for its data tracking practices in the Safari browser between 2011 and 2012.
A new update to the iCloud Control Panel for Windows adds a way to sync up mobile Safari bookmarks with Chrome and Firefox for the first time, in addition to the already available IE sync.
Internet software testing service Sauce Labs claims the Internet Explorer family of browsers have generated more crash reports than other browsers but that more recent versions of IE crash much less.
A new study from NSS Labs claims that Microsoft's Internet Explorer 10 has better privacy protections than Chrome, Firefox or Safari, although IE10's Do Not Track feature doesn't have much teeth.
While it's not uncommon for people with problems to blame others before accepting and dealing with their issues, who would have thought that Apple would be accused of making a person addicted to porn?
A new study from NSS Labs claims that Microsoft's Internet Explorer 10 web browser had a 99.96 percent malware block rate while running Windows 8, putting it at the top of the browser list.
Market share for mobile Safari rose by six percentage points, ensuring a lead once again in the browser wars on mobile devices. Mobile IE and Android browsers gain share, while the desktop remains stagnant.
Internet Explorer has once again gained market share in February 2013, rising to 55.82% of the market, while Chrome has slipped a considerable amount to its lowest market share since September 2011
Internet Explorer market share has risen 0.37% for the month of January to 55.14%, while Firefox and Opera also saw gains at the expense of Chrome's market share, which dropped by 0.56%
The former head of Apple's Safari team admits in a new blog post he tried to keep early development of Safari a secret by spoofing its code so websites saw the browser as Internet Explorer for Mac.
Microsoft's Open Technologies subsidiary has released a new patch for WebKit-based web browsers that adds Microsoft's Pointer Events specifications to those browsers.
Microsoft's Bing search service has just added its social features for people who use the iPad and iPad mini versions of the Safari web browser, even though Apple killed support of Safari on Windows.
A judge has allowed the FTC to fine Google $22.5 million for tracking users of the Safari web browser. The amount of the fine was opposed by a consumer watchdog group, who felt it was not enough.
A new extended video promotion for Microsoft's Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 8 takes some time to make some indirect slams against Apple's Safari browser for the iPad
A study conducted by New Relic shows that the new Internet Explorer 10 is faster than the older IE9, but that Google's Chrome is the most popular web browser for Windows PCs.
A new study from NSS Labs claims that Microsoft's Internet Explorer 9 blocks 95 percent of malicious activity, well ahead of the second place browser, Chrome, which blocks just 33 percent of malware.
The Federal Trade Commission has confirmed it will fine Google $22.5 million due to the company bypassing the privacy settings of Apple's Safari web browser.
Anonymous sources have indicated that Google will be penalized $22.5 million by the Federal Trade Commission for violating the privacy settings of users of Apple's Safari web browser.
Apple has finally released Mountain Lion and with it, it appears that the company may have killed support for Safari 6 on Windows, or at least, is not currently offering the browser.
Google faces an investigation from the Federal Trade Commission over an exploit they manipulated with Safari's cookies, allowing them to track users who did not give permission to be tracked.
The iOS 6 beta has been long awaited and whilst the beta will happen tomorrow, we've managed to get a hold of the download links. However, these links are not active at this time.