Google has forked Webkit to launch it’s own rendering engine called Blink, which will be powering the Chrome browser in the near future.

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Internet Explorer 11 will use the ‘like Gecko’ command to appear as Mozilla Firefox, in an attempt to avoid non-standard IE specific CSS hacks.

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Fran├žois Beaufort, a Google Chrome user from France, has spotted signs of impending arrival of Google Now in the Chrome browser.

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Google Chrome for Android will soon feature a data compression proxy option, which will work in a manner similar to Opera Turbo (now Off-road mode).

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Microsoft has released Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 with support for touch APIs, hardware acceleration, enhanced privacy, and more.

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Opera Software has announced that it will be dropping Presto and transitioning to the Chromium rendering engine and V8 JavaScript engine used by Google Chrome.

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Firefox 18 is expected to be officially released anytime now. However, as always, it has been uploaded to the FTP servers in advance.

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A new experimental build of Firefox showcases per-window private browsing support.

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Opera Software has released its financials for the third quarter of 2012, and they look pretty good. Strong showing in the mobile segment helped mask a weak desktop performance and increase revenue on the whole.

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Microsoft has revealed that Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 will be arriving towards the middle of November. However, it will only be a preview build.

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Firefox 16.01 fixes a security and privacy issue that lead to the original release being pulled by Mozilla.

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A teenage hacker who goes by the name ‘Pinkie Pie’ managed to hack Chrome for the second time and win $60,000.

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Mozilla just released version 16 of the Firefox web browser, and as always, it has arrived with a slew of attractive changes.

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Firefox 15 Beta

Mozilla is introducing support for the Opus audio format, which is being proposed as an alternative to AAC and Ogg audio formats that are currently the most commonly used in <audio> tags.

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Two of the major browsers including Firefox and Google Chrome support the SPDY/3 protocol. While the SPDY/3 protocol is restricted to Sandbox builds of Firefox. Google Chrome dev and canary build versions also support SPDY/3 through a switch in about:flags.

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