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Mozilla Earns $104 Million
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published November 18, 2010
Mozilla revenues grow by over 30 percent in the face of new browser competition.
Tags: open source, Linux downloads, Browers, Mozilla, Mozilla Firefox
Gartner: Microsoft Should Help With IE6 Migration
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published November 12, 2010
Two senior analysts say that IE6 is slowing enterprise deployment of Windows 7 because the new operating system does not provide support for the almost decade old browser's custom apps.
Tags: Microsoft, IE, Browers, Gartner, IE6
Mozilla Stabilizes Firefox 3.6.10, Pushes Ahead on Firefox 4
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published September 16, 2010
Yet another "update for an update," while for developers, Mozilla releases the Kraken.
Tags: open source, open source software, Browers, Mozilla, Mozilla Firefox
Microsoft Debuts Beta of Internet Explorer 9
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published September 16, 2010
Using the theme "the beauty of the Web," Microsoft kicks off the beginning of beta testing for Internet Explorer 9.
Tags: Microsoft, Internet Explorer, IE9, Browers, Internet Explorer 9
Firefox 4 Gets Sweeter in Beta 4 With Tab Candy
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published August 25, 2010
Next generation Firefox browser milestone showcases a new approach to handling lots of browser tabs, while Mozilla is planning to revamp its approach to handling updates.
Tags: open source, Firefox, Browers, Mozilla, Mozilla Firefox
Microsoft Ships Last IE9 Preview Before Beta Release
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published August 05, 2010
As the public beta test of Internet Explorer 9 approaches, Microsoft touts the progress it's made getting the browser ready for its first close up with users.
Tags: Windows, Microsoft, IE, IE9, Browers
White Hat Educates Black Hat Crowd to Not Use Browser Auto-Complete
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published July 30, 2010
Whitehat Security researcher exposes a hole in Microsoft's IE that could leave user's private information at risk.
Tags: cookies, security, IE, Browers, Black Hat
Internet Explorer Use Slips Below 60 Percent
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published May 04, 2010
Microsoft's browser monopoly may soon be a thing of the past as Internet Explorer's market share continues to slide. But this month's loss of share wasn't as dramatic as past losses and no competing browser made big gains according to Net Applications.
Tags: Firefox, Microsoft, Internet Explorer, IE, Browers
Microsoft's Choice Screen Doubles Opera's Downloads
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published March 22, 2010
If the new 'choice screen' that gives users the option of selecting a browser other than Internet Explorer works, Microsoft's browser share may shrink more. But if it doubled Opera's downloads, how has it done for the other competitors?
Tags: Microsoft, IE, Browers, Opera, European Commission (EC)