Following in the footsteps of Firefox and Chrome, Opera has jumped on board the WebRTC bandwagon.
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Opera's data compression app for Android is now available to anyone in the U.S. that wants to try it, but you may have to wait to start using it.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation's add-on forces websites to use HTTPS encryption whenever possible.
The virtual assistant already available to Android and iOS users is making its way to the desktop via the beta version of Google's browser.
A Web developer has detailed how Chrome's speech recognition feature can be exploited to keep listening in on your conversations.
Microsoft launches "Rethink," an archive and showcase for the websites that will fool you into thinking that they're native apps.
Maxthon has interesting integrated features and good cloud integration, but as with most "alternate" browsers, it's competing against the inertia of whatever environment you've been using for years.
It's basic in its early form, but Google's killer digital assistant has finally graced the PC.
The new versions of Chrome for Mobile will be available in the next few days
There's nothing worse than a hidden ad that starts yappin' at you while you're trying to surf the web in silence.
Previously set to launch with Firefox 27 in January, the touch-optimized browser will now arrive six weeks later with the Firefox 28 update.
The browser's latest update features reduced memory consumption designed to boost browser performance.
The mobile browser is not only out of beta, but it's also optimized for Intel x68-based devices, too.
Microsoft will be tracking Santa's progress around the globe this year, with a new touch-friendly Web site that mimics an app.
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