Mozilla has introduced a new version of its browser on Tuesday that allows push notifications even from unloaded sites. The new feature is super useful for websites like email, weather, social networks and shopping, which are usually frequently browsed for updates. This saves battery life and system resources. Through introducing the updated browser, Mozilla also keeps its earlier commitments, pledged along with other browser makers, for dropping RC4 support in 2016.
Microsoft is finally moving on from Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10, with exceptions of certain aging Windows updates. The software giant has rolled out the Edge, an improved version of the Explorer, and urges its users to make the switch swiftly, for a continued and, most importantly, secure relationship.
Exactly 20 years ago, on August 24, 1995, Microsoft launched Windows 95, and ultimately changed the way people interact with their computers.
Microsoft Corp (MSFT.O) is making it easier for apps written for rival Google Inc's (GOOGL.O) Android and Apple Inc's (AAPL.O) iOS systems to work on Windows phones, in a bid to attract users to its unpopular mobile devices, the company's operating systems chief said on Wednesday.
Mozilla Corp, creator of the popular Firefox web browser, said on Thursday it would follow Google Inc and no longer recognize new certificates of trust issued by a Chinese Internet agency.
Google Chrome has become the world’s top browser, surpassing Internet Explorer in recent weeks.
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