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  • Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox face threat of mischievous attacks February 16, 2014

    New Delhi: Multiple vulnerabilities have been detected in popular web browsers Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox and cyber security sleuths have advised Internet users in the Indian cyberspace to guard against arbitrary activities on their systems. In view of these suspicious virusbased activities, Internet users have been asked to upgrade...
  • Malware targets Facebook users on Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox May 13, 2013

    Mumbai: Facebook users, especially those accessing the service on Chrome and Firefox browsers, here's something that you ought to take note of. On its Technet blog, Microsoft has revealed that it has received reports about a wave of malwareridden browser extensions attempting to hijack Facebook profiles. This threat, which they...
  • Browser wars: 4yrold Chrome emerges as winner September 5, 2012

    New Delhi: The story of the battle of the browsers reads like an edgeoftheseat thriller. The beginnings of the browser wars were murky with many shots taken below the belt. It was a David vs Goliath battle and Goliath, after an initial setback was winning. Netscape put up a brave...
  • Mozilla Firefox for Android with HTML5 support launched June 27, 2012

    New Delhi: Mozilla Firefox, the popular browser for computers and mobile devices, has announced the launch of its latest version of its mobile browser for Android powered smartphones and tablets with the inclusion of HTML 5 support. Older Android version of the Firefox browser although is compatible with devices running Android...
  • Google using Bob Moog doodle to promote Chrome May 23, 2012

    New Delhi: While you were busy creating new tunes with the Google doodle version of the Moog Synthesizer on your nonChrome Web browser a little link below the doodle may have missed your eye. It says "Upgrade to a modern browser and see what this doodle can really do" and...
  • Best of everything: Google launches Chrome, thanks Apple September 3, 2008

    Mountain View (California): Google Inc's new browser software is designed to work "invisibly" and will run any application that runs on Apple Inc's Safari Web browser, company officials said on Tuesday. The company said the new Web browser, dubbed Google Chrome a longanticipated move to compete with Microsoft Corp,...