The Pros And Cons Of A WebKit Monoculture

The <a target="_blank" href="">news</a> that Opera is shutting down the development of its own browser rendering engine and moving to the open source

Apple And Google Still Lead WebKit Development, But More Smaller Companies Contributing

Apple and Google still represent the bulk of reviewed commits contributing to the ongoing development of WebKit, the open source web browser engine that powers Safari and Chrome, among others. Google

Twelephone Is A Telephone That Connects To Your Twitter Feed And Your Customers

Twelephone is a new service for making calls right from your Twitter account. The service is one of the first to use the new WebRTC standard, which allows for real-time communication in the Chrome bro

AJAX Web Apps In iOS 6 Are Sort Of Broken

I noticed some odd behavior in mobile Safari on iOS 6, and while I thought it to be just a minor quibble on my part, it turns out that it's actually something of a notable bug, now affecting web devel

Did Apple Just Quietly End Development Of Safari For Windows?

<a target="_blank" href="">Safari 6</a> brings improved performance and many new features to OS X, including offline reading lists, a unified search field and support for D

New Version Of Safari Adds Gestures, iCloud Tabs, Twitter & Facebook Integration

Getting <a href="">Retina-ready</a> isn't the only big change coming to Apple's web browser Safari today, it's

Ecommerce Study Finds Mobile Safari To Be Fastest Growing Web Browser

Much of the time when you talk about browser market share, it's in the context of <a href="">IE vs.

“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 Calls Out Rivals' Web Benchmark Tools, Rebuilds Them To Better Gauge Chrome

<img class="alignright size-full wp-image-300379" title="k" src="" alt="" />When it comes to Chrome, Google has long been addicted to speed. And fo

Study: Mobile Ad-Tracking Systems Are "Blind" To 80 Percent Of Apple iOS Devices

<img src=""> Apple mobile iOS devices (iPads, iPhones, and iPod Touches) are used by 130 million people, but they present a

First 2 Browsers To Fall At Pwn2Own: Safari & Internet Explorer

<img src="" />Apple's Safari and Microsoft's Internet Explorer 8 were the first two Web browsers to fall in the latest Pwn2Own contest

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

Biggest Browser Share Gain In October Goes To Chrome

<img src=""> Browser market share numbers are out for October from <a href="

As IE8 Begins To Fall, IE Finally Drops Below 50 Percent Browser Share

<img class="alignnone size-full wp-image-228399" title="ie" src="" alt="" />According to the the latest data from the company, last month, Septemb

In The Coming HTML5 Browser Wars, The Markup Should Remain The Same

<img src="" alt="" /> On Monday, Google made a <a href="">big splas

Study: Your Browser's Private Browsing Mode May Not Always Be So Private After All

<img src="" />Your Web browser’s private browsing mode, perhaps not as “private” as you would like to see. A new study, coming o

Safari 5.0.1 Lands, Comes With Extensions

<img src="" /> Fresh off the heels of <a href="">launching</a> a slew of <a href="http://www.cru

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
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