All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Web Browsers’

Chrome Market Share Down Following PageRank Penalty

This is some unexpected news. Chrome’s market share has actually fallen? That’s the case according to new data from Net Applications. The firm attributes the loss in Chrome market share to the penalty Google placed on it after the the whole paid post controversy last month. Google reduced the PageRank of the Chrome home page after it was found to …

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Firefox 11 Gets SPDY

It was just last week that Google was talking about SPDY gaining adoption. Google announced SPDY in 2009 as a protocol for transporting content over the web. SPDY, Google explained, was designed for minimizing latency through features like multiplexed streams, request prioritization and HTTP header compression. This week, Mozilla launched Firefox 10, but it is Firefox 11 that will be …

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Firefox May Soon Be More Like Chrome

Update: We received the following statement from Johnathan Nightingale, Senior Director of Firefox Engineering, regarding the rapid release process and what role Nightly (and experimental versions) play into the release cycle: Firefox Nightly builds are early, untested versions of Firefox where new Web technologies and user features evolve rapidly. As the first stop on the Firefox release model, Nightly is …

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Chrome Gets Instant Pages, Better Malware Detection

Google announced the latest Beta release of its Chrome browser today. And no, this post was not paid for by Google. The release, Google said improves security and speed. Speed has always been one of the big draws to Chrome, and one of the biggest points Google has always made about the browser. Now, with this beta, Chrome will actually …

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