Google has released yet another update of its Chrome browser, fixing a high-risk vulnerability in the V8 JavaScript engine. The latest build – Chrome 15.0.874.121 is the latest stable released and is now available for download for Windows, Mac, Linux and Chrome Frame platforms.

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Firefox 8 introduces enhanced extension management, new twitter search option, on-demand tab loading, improved performance, and numerous other minor changes.

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Mute All Tabs Google Chrome

Tabbed browsing has definitely changed the way we access webpages in browsers. However, I have faced a few problems with multiple tabs, one of them being a scenario where I have 20 tabs open in Google Chrome and one of them suddenly starts playing loud video or music.

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In a blog post, Microsoft announced that it has teamed up with the Mozilla team to release a new version of Firefox with Bing, which includes Bing as the default search engine. Well, don’t get too excited about that. This will be released as a separate version along with the default version which is powered by Google search.

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This will affect all corporate businesses (ones that are transaction based) and some regular features of services that explicitly rely on the Java plugin, ones like Facebook video chat and Google+ video chat.

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Opera 11.51 is a minor security and stability update that fixes some of the most frequently reported crashes and adds fullscreen support for OS X Lion.

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A discussion on the cons of Mozilla’s new rapid release cycle, which tries to fix something that wasn’t really broken and creates new problems of its own.

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A few weeks ago, Google said that they would be discontinuing Google Toolbar for Firefox 5 and will only continue supporting Firefox 4. However, in spite of that, the Google Toolbar continues to work in Firefox 5 and Firefox 6.

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Firefox 6 is ready and available for download. Find out what has changed, and if it is worth the download with our review.

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Results of a new study shows that an Internet Explorer user is likely to be dumber than a Chrome or Opera user.

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Smooth Gestures is a free extension for Google Chrome that allows you to browse the Internet by using mouse gestures. The extension helps you browse the web quickly and easily, by allowing you to execute commands without having to use the keyboard, menus or toolbars.

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Google Chrome Profiles now allow users to select logos for their profiles. Users can also switch between multiple Google Chrome Profiles instantly. Google Chrome Profiles setup also have a better setup screen to create new Chrome Profiles.

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Here is a Google+Facebook, a browser extension, that will let you access Facebook from within Google+. So you won’t have to miss out on you your already over-burdened social-life (thanks Facebook) while being on Google Plus.

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Firefox 6 Beta

Firefox 6 Beta is now available for downloads. Firefox 6 includes additional security measures and site identity block changes in addition to other changes.

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If you are on Windows 7, Internet Explorer 9 allows you to pin a website to the Windows taskbar, and access the website pages directly without having to open Internet Explorer first. Microsoft has now launched a new service – Pin My Website to encourage website owners to add the pinned site functionality to their websites.

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