Google's Chrome web-browser has finally reached public beta status on Linux and Mac-based systems - offering an official alternative to the open-source Chromium fork.
Google has launched a plugin for Internet Explorer - Chrome Frame - which allows IE to use the Chrome rendering engine, and Microsoft isn't happy.
Google has upgraded version 3 of its popular open-source web browser Chrome to stable status, and work has already begun on the dev release of version 4.
Google recently announced it will enter the operating system market with Chrome OS, which will be based heavily around its Chrome browser. We look at what Google and the many commentators said, and put forward some ideas of of our own as to where we think the OS is heading.
A flaw in the way Firefox 3.5 handles Unicode text can lead to remote code execution - the second such bug to hit the browser in less than a week.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has stated that his company is "confused" by Google's approach to the OS market, accusing the company of offering "two client operating systems."
The next build of the Mozilla Foundation's popular open-source web browser, Firefox 3.5, is due to hit final release status tomorrow - and brings some nice new features.
Mozilla is to offer corporate users of its popular Firefox web browser a system for the customisation of its appearance, bookmarks, and settings.
Figures released by Net Applications show Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser losing a big share of the market to rivals Safari, Firefox, and Chrome.
Google has announced that Mac and Linux versions of its Chrome browser should be available before July 2009.
Security firm Chapin Information Services has published the result of an investigation into the security of password management in popular web browsers - and it makes depressing reading.