Good news for third party browsers
In a controversial move search engine outfit Google is getting ready to bring in a new version of Chrome which will bork ad-blockers.
Microsoft, Google, and Apple using their browsers to shut down browser rivals
Big Cheeses at the Mozzarella Foundation are hacked off that Microsoft, Google, and Apple are using their operating systems to steer users to their browsers and stacking the deck against rivals.
And talking to Google and Vole
Spellchecking features added into Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge web browsers have been caught to be leaking sensitive information back to their parent companies.
UK Sun has a go at technology story: shokka
UK tabloid the Sun has taken to reporting a Chrome security update in typically sensationalist style.
Pushes back execution again
Google's plans to kill off third-party cookies in its Chrome browser have been delayed again until late 2024. The move was last scheduled for the end of 2023, a date already pushed back from sometime this year so we can tell that the search engine outfit is really enthusiastic about making this happen.
Revives old PC in the way we used to use Linux
Google’s Chrome OS Flex has officially arrived to revive old PCs and Macs, by turning them into Chromebooks.
Apple’s software genii strike again
Fruity cargo cult Apple’s programming skills have been again called into question as it turned out that its software genii can’t even make Safari fast on its on MacOS.
Firefox does not need to be bigger than Chrome
Industry analysts are concerned about Firefox's future even while the big cheeses in the Mozzarella Foundation are reporting good profits.
Sales of Chromebooks fall
Users are picking Windows-based devices over those running Chrome, according to beancounters at IDC.
Pop-ups push Edge
Microsoft is warning Windows owners to stop using the Google Chrome browser and switch to Edge instead.