Microsoft Launches Internet Explorer Dev Channel For Developers And Early Adopters

While most popular browsers offer numerous release channels, Microsoft has always held back from this idea and instead launched preview versions of its upcoming releases a few weeks or months before t

Microsoft Launches BrowserSwarm To Help Web Developers Test Their JS Frameworks And Libraries

Microsoft today launched <a target="_blank" href="">BrowserSwarm</a>, an open-source tool for testing JavaScript frameworks and libraries across devices and browsers. The a

StatCounter: Google Chrome Pushes Past Microsoft’s Internet Explorer (Again)

Well, it's official. Or at least it's official if you believe <a href="">in StatCounter's data</a>. Google's Chrome web browser has overtaken

Report: Chrome Doesn’t Win Weekend Browser Battle After All (But Still Popular After Work)

Remember last month, when StatCounter noticed that <a href="">Chrome surged to briefly (for one day only!) become the world

About Damn Time: Microsoft Will Silently Upgrade Everyone To Latest Version Of IE

On the surface, the announcement sounds boring: Microsoft said this morning that it will begin automatically upgrading Windows customers to the latest version of Internet Explorer starting next year.

“Open” Web Browsers Now Majority Of Web — WebKit Continues Rise

A month just ended, which means new stats. In the world of web browsers, there are two particularly interesting ones of significance. One points to "open" web browsers now in the majority amongst thos

Google Finally Delivers On Promise Of Admin-Free Chrome Frame Installs For IE

<img class="alignright size-full wp-image-302143" title="3333" src="" alt="" />Today at Google I/O in San Francisco, Google developers Amit Josh

StatCounter: Firefox 4 Has Already Eclipsed Internet Explorer 9

<img src="" /> <a href="">Mozilla</a> has <a href="

So Much For Standards, Google Says WebM Plugins Coming Soon For Safari And IE9

<img class="alignright size-full wp-image-264014" title="Screen shot 2011-01-14 at 1.31.29 PM" src="" alt="" />W

Google Clarifies Their H.264 Stance, Hands Keys Of Web Video's Future Back To Flash

<img class="alignright size-full wp-image-263985" title="key" src="" alt="" />Earlier this week, Google wrote a very short <a href="http://blog.c

After A Four Year Run, Firefox Is No Longer The Top Browser On TechCrunch — Chrome Is

<img class="alignright size-full wp-image-249727" title="b3" src="" alt="" />It has finally happened. It took a little longer than anticipated, b

Microsoft Sends Us Crayons, Fails To Tell Us IE9 Beta Launches Sept 15

<img src="" alt="" />Today, as I walked into TechCrunch headquarters after this morning's Google Android <a href="

Internet Explorer Bucks The Trend As Worldwide Usage Grew By 0.57% In June

<img src="" /> Microsoft's <a href="">Internet Explorer</a> is showing e

StatCounter: IE6 Usage Falls Below 5% In The US, But IE8 Still On The Rise

<img src="" /> Microsoft's oft-lamented browser, Internet Explorer 6, may finally be <a href="

Where Did Internet Explorer's Browser Share Go?

<img src="" width="214" height="71" /> Yesterday, <a href="

Google: A Web Browser Is Not A Computer, Not A Search Engine, And Not A Ham Sandwich

<img src="" width="215" height="143" />Google has spent a significant amount of time over the past couple of years build

Mozilla Shows Microsoft Where $10,000 Is Buried

<img src="" width="215" height="198" />Yesterday, <a href="

If Only The Hungry Used IE8, They Could Get $10,000 Rather Than $0.14 From Microsoft

<img src="" width="165" height="200" />I love the range of Microsoft's campaigns to get people to use Internet Explorer 8. They sp

Video: BGR demos the BlackBerry Bold's Web browser Dare I say it, but I think my interest in the Bold is beginning to wane. BGR demos both IE and FF emulators that both crash, but t

Video: YouTube running in Flash in IE on WinMo 6.1
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