Google will add new capabilities to Chrome that will let you fix weak passwords and update your saved passwords in one place. These new updates are coming in the next few weeks as part of Chrome 88.
One of the latest Firefox Nightly builds now stops notification permissions being displayed by default. Users will now have to press the notification icon before they can allow notifications.
A new dot release of Firefox Quantum is now rolling out to iron out a problem with Windows 10 Parental Controls impacting file downloads in addition to a usability issue affecting Yahoo Mail.
Mozilla has released Firefox 67 onto the stable branch. The update is pretty big with initial support for WebRender and the inclusion of a cryptomining and fingerprinting blocker to enhance privacy.
After last week pledging to support older versions of its Firefox browser that were affected by the disabled add-on certificate signing, Mozilla has now released extensions that fix versions 47 to 65.
Mozilla tackled a Firefox add-on issue on the weekend by deploying a fix via the browser's telemetry function. While data was collected as a byproduct, Mozilla will be deleting all gathered data.
Microsoft has released its weekly build of the Chromium-based Edge browser in the Dev channel, and it's now based on Chromium 76. It also includes a ton of improvements and bug fixes.
Vivaldi announced today that its browser is adding support for Razer's Chroma lighting. If you have any accessories that use Razer's lighting standard, they can now match sites that you're viewing.
Mozilla has just released Firefox 66.0.5 which further addresses issues pertaining to the extensions incident over the weekend. If you use a master password and experienced issues, this is for you.
At its Build 2019 developer conference today, Microsoft announced a number of new features that are coming to its new Edge browser, which is based on the open-source Chromium project.
Mozilla has released Firefox 66.0.4 which mitigates many, but not all, of the problems surrounding user extensions being remotely disabled. It launched the update now to limit business disruption.
Mozilla has acknowledged an issue with its Firefox browser that has caused add-ons to become disabled or fail to install altogether. The browser team is "actively working on a fix" for the issue.
Opera has shown off Reborn 3, it's newly designed interface for its desktop browser. The company proclaimed that it was the first Web 3-ready browser, but it's not clear what that means exactly.
Opera Software has begun teasing R3 or Reborn 3. It's unclear what the firm is cooking up but we could find out in around two weeks if history is anything to go by. It could also be desktop related.
Mozilla has released the next version of its Firefox web browser. In Firefox 65, users can better control their online privacy and gain access to newly introduced support for WebP and the AV1 codec.
Version 3 of the Chrome Extension Manifest has been released into draft but has quickly drawn criticism from extension developers, with one saying that his two content blockers "can no longer exist".
Opera has received the Red Dot Design Award for its work on Opera Touch, a browser with a revolutionary UI that makes browsing the web more comfortable on increasingly bigger smartphones.
Microsoft has updated the beta version of its Edge browser for iOS devices, introducing support for Siri shortcuts in iOS 12 as well as new quick actions in the Today screen and the app itself.
Google has caused a stir over the weekend with a change introduced in Chrome 69. Users who signed into Google's web services now see their account picture in Chrome without actually being signed in.
The latest update for Google Chrome on macOS no longer works on systems running versions of the operating system older than Yosemite after the company revised the minimum requirements for its browser.
Google has just released the latest stable build for its popular browser, Chrome 67, on Windows, Linux, and Mac. The browser comes with support for the Generic Sensors API and VR and AR experiences.
Mozilla will shortly release a new major update for its Firefox browser, adding sponsored stories for US users, and more. It's also the first update to the Extended Support Release since Firefox 52.
Google has announced improvements to how auto-playing videos are handled in Chrome, saying that it will now automatically play or block videos based on the user's browsing history and habits.
While it was supposed to be unleashed as part of Chrome 64, the next major version of Google's browser will start blocking autoplaying videos on desktops, in alignment with its mobile browser.
Samsung has released a stable version of its browser that offers Android users an alternative to Google's Chrome. The latest iteration now includes a tracking blocker and night mode as new features.
Mozilla has begun rolling out its screenshot tool to users running the stable version of Firefox. The tool lets you easily clip web content to store online or download to keep locally.
We have all experienced it at one time or another, a website that starts blaring music or forcing videos into your browsing experience. Now, Google is testing a way to mute these sites for good.
Hulu has finally launched its live TV streaming service for web browsers on Windows and macOS. Unfortunately, the web experience lacks quite a few features, such as the ability to switch user profile.
Two years after Microsoft first announced details of extensions support for its Edge browser, only a few dozen of them are available. With thousands available on other browsers, it needs to do better.
Microsoft confirmed to Engadget at BUILD 2013 that Internet Explorer 11 will be coming to Windows 7, similar to how Internet Explorer 10 came to Windows 7 several months after the launch of Windows 8
Mozilla has announced that they're working on something called the Cookie Cleaninghouse, which will be implemented into Firefox later and has delayed the blocking of third-party cookies by default
A recent interview with an Opera employee reveals that the company wishes to bring their Opera Mini and Opera Mobile browsers to Windows Phone 8, if the SDK supports all the native code required
The browser market is a contentious one. Microsoft has long dominated the space with Internet Explorer, but in recent years Firefox and others have stolen a large chunk of the pie. Apple’s Safari has made...