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Developer confirms that Google Chrome will be getting a dark mode on Windows 10
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Developer confirms that Google Chrome will be getting a dark mode on Windows 10

The developer has confirmed that a dark mode is coming to the desktop version of Chrome.

Amazon is rolling out web browsing on its Fire TV devices in over 100 countries; firefox and Silk browsers available at launch
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Amazon is rolling out web browsing on its Fire TV devices in over 100 countries; firefox and Silk browsers available at launch

Amazon on Thursday rolled out Mozilla Firefox and Amazon Silk browsers on all Amazon Fire TV devices in over 100 countries and territories.

Microsoft Edge steps out of beta; now out for Android and iOS
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Microsoft Edge steps out of beta; now out for Android and iOS

With most of the kinks ironed out, the finished version of Microsoft Edge browser adds a couple of new features to the existing set available since the first preview came out.

Alibaba-owned UC Browser gets delisted from the Google Play Store; data-theft cited as the reason for ban
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Alibaba-owned UC Browser gets delisted from the Google Play Store; data-theft cited as the reason for ban

In August, it said that the ban would take place after consumers had complained that the Chinese browser was making the consumer's privacy vulnerable.

The Firefox browser will be supported on Windows XP and Windows Vista until June 2018: Mozilla
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The Firefox browser will be supported on Windows XP and Windows Vista until June 2018: Mozilla

While XP was one of Microsoft’s best operating systems, it made its debut 16 years ago in 2001.

An Internet Explorer bug allows hackers to capture all the text that you enter in the address bar
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An Internet Explorer bug allows hackers to capture all the text that you enter in the address bar

A researcher has disclosed an Internet Explorer bug that allows a hacker to steal the text from the browser’s address bar.

Vivaldi releases version 1.12 with three usability oriented features requested by users
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Vivaldi releases version 1.12 with three usability oriented features requested by users

Vivaldi is a browser oriented towards power users by from Opera co-founder and former CEO Jon Stephenson von Tetzchner.

Vivaldi launches version 1.11 with controls for GIF animations and a refreshed icon
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Vivaldi launches version 1.11 with controls for GIF animations and a refreshed icon

The new features focus on improving accessibility, with an enhanced reader mode, more control over GIF and the ability to fine tune mouse gestures.

Smartphone motion sensors give can away your PINs and passwords
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Smartphone motion sensors give can away your PINs and passwords

Researchers at UK's Newcastle University have demonstrated how easy it is to steal a four digit PIN by analysing how much your smartphone tilts as you type.

Meet Opera Neon, the experimental browser that might replace your desktop
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Meet Opera Neon, the experimental browser that might replace your desktop

Opera Neon is an alternative, experimental browser from Opera that wants to give us a glimpse into the future of computing.

Project Spartan to co-exist with Internet Explorer: A look at the highlights
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Project Spartan to co-exist with Internet Explorer: A look at the highlights

Seems like Microsoft is moving on from Internet Explorer to another web browser. At the Windows 10 event last night, Microsoft officially announced that Project Spartan will now be the new web browser for Windows 10.

Spartan: Microsoft's new browser that might kill Internet Explorer
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Spartan: Microsoft's new browser that might kill Internet Explorer

The new browser, codenamed as Spartan, will be unveiled on January 21, in the company's hometown of Redmond, Washington, when Microsoft shows off Windows 10 for the first time.

EU fines Microsoft $731 mn for not giving users choice of web browser
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EU fines Microsoft $731 mn for not giving users choice of web browser

The European Union fined Microsoft Corp 561 million euros ($731 million) on Wednesday for failing to offer users a choice of web browser, an unprecedented sanction that will act as a warning to other firms involved in EU antitrust disputes.

EU fines Microsoft $731 mn for not giving users choice of web browser
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EU fines Microsoft $731 mn for not giving users choice of web browser

The European Union fined Microsoft Corp 561 million euros ($731 million) on Wednesday for failing to offer users a choice of web browser, an unprecedented sanction that will act as a warning to other firms involved in EU antitrust disputes.

Beta for Opera's WebKit-based browser hits Google Play
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Beta for Opera's WebKit-based browser hits Google Play

Opera's newest attempt at a mobile browser is now live on Google Play. While still in beta, the browser has been completely retooled and is now based on WebKit.

Firefox Beta with IonMonkey available for desktop, Android
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Firefox Beta with IonMonkey available for desktop, Android

Mozilla, in an official blog post, confirmed yesterday that the new Firefox Beta for Windows, Mac, and Linux is now available for download and testing.

Release Preview of IE10 for Windows 7 now available
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Release Preview of IE10 for Windows 7 now available

IE10 has made its way to Windows 7 in the form of a release preview.

Google Chrome Remote Desktop out of beta
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Google Chrome Remote Desktop out of beta

The add-on is now officially out of beta. Along with the full release of the add-on, Google has added some new features to it.

Mozilla pulls Firefox 16 to address security issue
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Mozilla pulls Firefox 16 to address security issue

It has not even been two days since Firefox 16 was launched, and Mozilla has pulled the Firefox 16 installer from the site’s download page citing...