Mozilla released Firefox 86 today, adding Total Cookie Protection, improved picture-in-picture capabilities, and a new printing experience.
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Opera announced today that it is launching in-browser ecommerce functionality with a cashback and payments solution and a standalone wallet app. It’s called Dify.
After quieting all website notifications by default in Edge, Microsoft discovered that many users couldn’t find notification requests anymore.
LastPass has long offered both free and paid versions of its password manager, but the free version is about to get a lot less useful.
We’ve known since last year that Legacy Edge will exit support on March 9, 2021. But now Microsoft has revealed its plans for removing the browser from Windows 10.
With the shift to web-based computing, it is perhaps not surprising that hackers are increasingly exploiting web browsers. And there is no browser more popular than Chrome.
The Vivaldi web browser is taking a unique approach to management lots of tabs: It’s adding a second row of tabs called Two-Level Tab Stacks.
Microsoft has maintained a feature roadmap for Edge since shortly after its public release last January, but now it's making that roadmap more visible to the public.
Mozilla released Firefox 85 this week, adding protections against so-called supercookies. But it’s also taking a major step back from PWAs.
Microsoft announced today that it has added support for user profiles Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) that are installed as apps through the Edge web browser.
One year ago, Microsoft launched a very incomplete new Edge for the masses. Today, Edge is in much better shape, and now it’s getting some new features too.
Though it still doesn’t identify itself as a Progressive Web App (PWA), Google Calendar for web now supports a basic offline mode, but only for Workspace customers.
Web browser maker Opera has acquired Scotland-based YoYo Games for $10 million and is launching its Opera Gaming division. For some reason.
Google has begun rolling out Chrome 88 this week. Key among the improvements is a set of updates to password management and protection.
In a bid to make the web faster, safer, and more open, Brave has integrated IPFS capabilities into its Chromium-based web browser.
Windows 10X provides what looks like a complete desktop version of the Microsoft Edge web browser with full support for all the normal features.
A reader tipped me off to an experimental Firefox feature that lets it work as seamlessly with PWAs as does Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge.
Some users are reporting that the stable version of Microsoft Edge can now sync browser history and open tabs between PCs and devices.
Microsoft revealed last night that owners of M1-based Macs can now test a native version of Microsoft Edge in preview.
Mozilla has released the latest version of its flagship Firefox web browser, which, among other things, adds support for M1-based Macs.
Microsoft Authenticator can now provide password management and autofill capabilities on mobile, so you can protect synced passwords with your Microsoft account.
The Chrome team announced today that it is bringing Play Billing to Progressive Web Apps (PWAs), allowing web developers to sell digital goods and subscriptions.
Vivaldi has taken a page from the Netscape Communicator playbook with the release of Mail, Calendar, and Feed Reader components in its web browser.
Google announced last night that it will now support Chrome on Windows 7 through January 2022, an extension of 6 months.
Microsoft announced today that it’s Edge-based WebView 2 is now available for developers to use in .NET 5, .NET Core, and .NET Framework applications.
The new version of Microsoft Edge enables the web browser’s shopping features by default and adds numerous other new features.
Microsoft today said that it will update the core system iconography in its Edge web browser to utilize the Fluent Design System.