Microsoft and Google are resuming open hostilities, following a five-year cease-fire.
Google has released a major updated for its Chrome web browser, addressing a number of security issues, including a zero-day exploit.
Microsoft is adding sign-in and sync support to the Linux version of its Edge web browser.
Microsoft has announced that an upcoming Windows 10 update will replace Edge Legacy with the new version.
Brave has crossed a major milestone, becoming the first browser to support the new IPFS protocol.
Brave web browser is making inroads in the market, announcing it now has 20 million monthly active users and 7 million daily active users.
Some things are too good to last, and it appears Google and Microsoft’s BFF cooperation on the browser front is one of them, as both companies are taking swipes at the other.
Facebook has just patched a vulnerability in WhatsApp that could allow a hacker to take control of a target’s computer via a single text message. Security research Gal Weizman, with PerimiterX, discovered the flaw and worked with Facebook to fix…
Once bitter rivals in the browser wars, Microsoft and Google are now cooperating like never before, with a major Chrome feature originating with Microsoft, according to The Verge. Microsoft recently moved its Edge browser over to Chromium, the open-source rendering…