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5 Ways to Secure Your Browser

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What’s the one piece of software you use more than anything else, day in and day out? For most people, the answer is easy: their web browser.

Mozilla to Ship TLS 1.3 in Firefox 52

Mozilla plans to implement the next version of the TLS specification in an upcoming release of its Mozilla browser. TLS 1.3 will be shipped in Firefox 52, which is scheduled for release in March 2017.


iOS Apps: Switch ~ multi-user web browser

Switch lets different people browse the web on a single iPad while keeping their own history, bookmarks and tabs. Ever got frustrated because your girlfriend/husband’s sites are open in every tab in Safari? Switch is for you! Each person who uses iPad gets their own user account, so each time you open Switch everything is just how you left it.

Google’s Macbook Air: Say Hello To CR-48

Chrome started life as a browser, now it’s an OS. Well, sort of an OS. If you’re only running one application, you don’t need much OS.

If Web Browsers Were Celebrities [Infographic]

It’s been a while since we looked at the sky and actually saw real birds. It seems like all winged creatures have been reduced to a blue chubby digital one. Similarly, telling a joke these days consists of sending friends a link to a hilarious YouTube video, and our new concept of “mayor” is even more unstable than in real politics.

Rockmelt: The Facebook of Web Browsers

A new Web browser, Rockmelt debuts in limited beta Monday and aims to help you keep tabs on your Facebook friends and your favorite sites, and make your Web searches faster.

Test your browser’s HTML5 prowess with the HTML5 test

The HTML5 test gives you one huge, bold number denoting your browser’s HTML5 support level. Simplicity is the key here: you just get a number. The number you see above is for Chrome Canary. Firefox 3.6.8 (my browsing workhorse) only scored 139 (and 4 bonus points).

Google I/O Will Be Chrome’s Time to Shine

In the year and a half since it first emerged, Google’s Chrome browser has matured from a thinner-than-air experiment that only ran on Windows into a stable, full-featured browser that works on all major operating systems and is available in 50 languages.

Delete Your Browser History

Everywhere you turn these days, there’s a PC or mobile phone that you can use to access the web. But devices that aren’t yours — whether at a friend’s house or a public place like a library, hotel or a cafe — are a privacy risk, because anyone can see what you’ve done online just by checking out the web browser’s history.

Chrome Version 4.0 for Windows released

Google has announced version 4.0 of its browser Chrome. Available for Windows only, it fixes 13 bugs and improves synchronization of extensions.


Alkaline: Windows browsers on your Mac

Web developers who spend hours testing sites and email newsletters in Windows browsers and clients will be aware of web-based tools, such as Litmus, which automate much of the task.

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