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Mozilla have admitted that there is a flaw in FF 1.5, but Dino is playing down the issue, "As it's very easy to fix..."
Using the Google toolbar with Internet Explorer could leave open a big hole for malicious attacks, a security expert has claimed.
FolderShare will let you share folders between computers. Duh. Microsoft also snaps up a VoIP firm to provide functionality for Office.
Following an enormous backlash in the media and by the music-listening public, Sony-BMG performed an embarrassing U-turn and have released a patch to remove the aggressive DRM from the latest Van Zant CD.
Whilst I dodge and weave abuse from my Mac-loving colleagues, I delve into a world without Windows and wonder if I really can break out of the monotony of the Microsoft monopoly.
Firefox bugs this year outnumber IE by 2 to 1. Er, what?
Firefox goes pro, with a for-profit corporation announced to back up the goals of the existing foundation. Great progress, or a sell out?
The next version of Firefox will be 1.5, not 1.1 as planned. There are also new features planned for Firefox 2.0 / 3.0
Help make open-source browsers better by beta testing FireFox 1.0.6, Thunderbird 1.0.6 or Mozilla Suite 1.7.10.
CNET Download.com, celebrating its 10th birthday this year, have announced the Top 10 downloads of the past 10 years.
Details of IE7 have hit the net. The browser sports new features including tabbed browsing and RSS integration.
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
Venerable browser netscape gains a new version, and will reportedly be able to render more sites than FireFox.
WebSideStory shows that Firefox has nabbed even more of IE's market share
Two critical FireFox vulnerabilities can combine to execute malicious code on a user's system. Mozilla issue a patch.
Google has released its new Web Accelerator software amidst controversy over privacy concerns.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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