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Apple has released the latest build of its Safari browser, version 3.2, with anti-phishing protection from Google included alongside numerous security fixes.
Opera has announced the release of a new beta for Opera Mobile, with newly-added support for Symbian handsets as well as existing Windows Mobile units.
Opera Software, creator of the popular Opera range of web browsers, has announced membership in the Nokia led Symbian Foundation.
Google has taken the next logical step in its plans to conquer the Internet, with the beta launch of an open-source standards-compliant browser dubbed Chrome.
The latest version of the Opera browser for Java-based mobile devices, Opera Mini 4.1, was made available for free yesterday - bringing some new speed and usability.
Opera has released a few sneak glimpses at the new build of Opera Mobile, and it's looking pretty darn snazzy.
A recent blog post by Mike Schroepfer reveals that a mobile version of the popular Firefox web browser is in the works.
In a move that some might construe as being an attempt to gain back some precious market share, Microsoft is releasing an IE7 build to all Windows XP and Server 2003 users.
Apple has announced that Safari is making the move into the PC browser wars. Oh...boy?
Fed up with Firefox? Irritated with IE? Maybe you could try ogling at Opera, with the new release of the browser integrating torrents and widgets.
E3 2006: Nintendo and Opera have announced that the niche desktop browser will power a living room internet experience on the next-gen Ninty console.
The awesome open source browser has gained even more share of the desktop in March, with more users switching.
One in ten UK websites fail to work properly when viewed in Firefox, according to a study of 100 leading consumer sites by web-testing firm SciVisum; bit-tech fully compliant
August 14 2020 | 10:22
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