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  • Mozilla Weaves Together the Web and You

    Browser wars time ! As they continue to evolve, it’s apparent that the long-standing few all have one goal in common: to become extensions of their users.

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  • 7 Tips for Working Smarter with IE8

    With Microsoft's Internet Explorer 8 (IE8) (news, site ) now in wide distribution, we thought it a good time to talk about a few ways that with a little bit of applied knowledge you can save some of your valuable time.

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  • Browser Wars: Will Mozilla Fennec Outfox its Rivals?

    Mobile browsing is one of the few boom areas for telcos, but browser competition is stifled as owners traditionally stick with whatever comes with their phone -- Safari on the iPhone, IE for Windows Mobile, Chrome for Android, Opera on everything else and so on.

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  • IE8 Released, Already Obsolete?

    Internet Explorer 8 has been officially released. Now it's time to download it and start seeing what it really does to your website or web application. For some, things may go smoothly, for others, not so much.

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  • Toss Out Your Operating System, Browsers Do it All

    Following a wave of browser related awesomeness, comprised of multi-process architecture (Chrome) and bar-raising sexiness (Safari), a brave and very unlikely candidate has dropped a few breadcrumbs concerning a new solution in the works. Microsoft’s prototype—codenamed Gazelle—is reportedly after a huge fish.

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  • Safari 4 Beta Goes Public, Chrome Comparisons Abound

    Early on Tuesday, Apple slapped an unannounced release of Safari 4 Beta on the table, and the entire Internet subsequently went bananas. We’ve taken it for a test drive and right off the cuff it feels natural to compare Safari’s upgrades to the features in Google Chrome. In fact,

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  • Google Chrome, the Back Story

    More browser news. Nothing about war or carnage, though. OK, maybe a little. Ben Goodger, whose internet celebrity is attributed to being one of the masterminds behind Google Chrome, gave a presentation about the browser at the Webstock conference this week.

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  • Popular Websites Incompatible in Internet Explorer 8

    Friday is a good day to have a laugh at Microsoft's expense - don't you think. Thought so. So they finally decided to get with the compatibility program with Internet Explorer 8.

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  • BOLT Joins Browser Wars on the Mobile Front

    With the home computer browser wars in full swing, the fighting has been taken to the mobile front. Bitstream has entered the melee with a public beta release of BOLT -- a loud, in all CAPS (yet lightweight) mobile browser full of speed and attitude. Built with the Thunderhawk browsing technology,

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  • What Happened to Mozilla's New Mobile Browser?

    The mobile browser war has been waging on with recent releases from the likes of Mozilla, Opera and Skyfire.

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  • Azingo Hopes To Mix Up Mobile World With Linux-Based Browser

    Attention! The mobile world’s cluster of hopeful operating systems just got slightly bigger thanks to Azingo, who recently announced the Azingo Mobile Platform 2.0. Based on Linux and other open source innovations, the platform enters our ring of competitors bravely with dukes up, sporting a powerful browser and Web

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  • Adobe Lends Weight to HTML 5 Efforts

    HTML, the core syntax markup for the web, is in transition. With new browsers, new technologies, the realization that updates and changes are needed has taken hold. A new version of HTML is in the works. And Adobe has joined the ranks of Opera, Mozilla and Apple to help

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  • Browser Wars: OneRiot Aids Internet Explorer 8

    As the browser wars rage on, third-party extensions, plug-ins and add-ons have become key players. With Google Chrome out of beta, Microsoft Internet Explorer is working hard towards a full public release. Here to help them on their way is OneRiot’s Hot Topic Web Slice.

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  • RSS Comes To Chrome At Last

    Google Chrome is a good browser. A speedy, delightful little browser. Sure, the themes and fancy applications that Mozilla offers aren’t there, but the crash rate is much lower, the dynamic tabs are sweet and you’re warned when you may be visiting a harmful website. In fact, perhaps it’s the

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