New figures have revealed that Internet Explorer is still retaining its title as the most-used web browser on Earth, beating both Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox to the top. Loathed by many users, it will soon be replaced with Microsoft Edge though.
Microsoft has confirmed on Sunday night a new vulnerability affecting every version of its browser Internet Explorer. The once popular browser now equates to 26 percent of the internet browsing market.
one of the biggest barriers for blind and visually impaired people is transportation. It has impacted education, employment, and social aspects of the blind and the visually impaired. That is changing.
You could be forgiven for thinking that computer design had become more like fashion design reading the information about the new Windows and Apple systems. "Market wisdom" is pitting the boxes against the phones.
When working in Gmail it can be frustrating to click on the email address link of a friend or business client only to find you see Microsoft's Outlook Express or similar open up with the address pasted in the send field.
If there’s any Google product which is undersold to the point of being almost invisible, it’s Google TV. For a company which usually does things well even when they flop, Google has really been dragging its chain on the TV side.
A new report suggests that Google's Chrome 15 is the world's most-used web browser. The global analysis showed that Chrome took 23.6 percent of the market, while Microsoft's Internet Explorer 8 garnered 23.5 percent.
The somewhat-hyped, but interesting, Chrome OS is said to be ready for launch in the fall. This is a lightweight computer operating system, not a PC-style system, the same sort of monster as a Windows OS.
IE, Safari and Chrome are proprietary software. Firefox is Google-affiliated. But nothing is “just a browser” any more. They’re also marketing tools. Google’s Chrome is seen as both a defence against Microsoft and a possible offense.