Starting with Java 7 update 10, the Java Control Panel provides option to disable the browser plug-ins with a single click. Windows users can find the Java Control Panel in the system’s Control Panel.
Mozilla today announced two developer preview phones running on the Firefox OS. These handsets will be available to the developers to develop and test apps on a real machine.
Starting with Chrome 25, all search queries made through the omnibox would use HTTPS secured connection.
Opera Ice would run on WebKit, the rendering engine used by many desktop and mobile browsers including Safari, Chrome and Android’s default browser.
Google today announced a brand new Chromebook, Lenovo ThinkPad X131e, targeted to school students. Available for $459 in US, this Chromebook has rugged design with reinforced hinges and a rubber casing.
Dolphin Connect for Chrome is back with many new features. MoboTap has also released Firefox and Safari extensions too. This means Dolphin users can now easily synchronize their browsing data with desktop browsers.
After shipping the Firefox 18 as regular stable version, Mozilla has released the next beta version, Firefox 19, for desktop and Android platforms.
Google today released a beta version of Chrome for Android. This beta version is very close to its desktop counterpart, and supports latest features and standards.
Google today released a new version of its browser. On the Octane benchmark, this version is claimed to have 26% speed improvement over the last one year.
The PDF.js has not enabled by default in Firefox 18, and Mozilla is now targeting it for the Firefox 19.