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Google and T-Mobile have jointly distributed the first patch for the Android mobile platform, as a result of a security flaw in the on-board browser software.
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 Internet Explorer team over at Microsoft are hard at work on a pair of technologies designed to offer 'private browsing' without leaving incriminating evidence behind.
Internet Explorer 8, with its strict standards compliance, is due to ship to end users by the end of the year according to Microsoft. A second beta is also scheduled for next month.
A recent blog post by Mike Schroepfer reveals that a mobile version of the popular Firefox web browser is in the works.
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.
Want to browse the interweb on your PSP? Don't want to have to bugger about with Wipeout to do so? Well you won't, with a new update from Sony.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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