According to Mozilla’s State of the Internet report “Looking across several sources of market share data, Firefox’s worldwide share appears close to 30%“.
While HTML5 is killing Flash, Google decided to help this technology to survive. The Flash Player will be included in downloads of Chrome browser. Paul Betlem from Adobe in his blog post said “Moving forward, Google will be including Flash Player in Chrome so users will always have the most current release and a safer
Opera Software announced that it is submitting its Opera Mini Web browser to Apple Store. One of an interesting feature which Opera will have (and which Safari doesn’t have) is the ability to search the content of a Web page.
Google will not support anymore Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 6 Web browser. Support for Internet Explorer 6 in Google Docs and Google Sites will end March 1, 2010. That means IE6 users who try to use Google Docs or Google Sites may find that “key functionality” don’t work correctly. To ensure the best experience and highest
After the cyber attack on Google from China and information that the hit was possible because of an inaccuracy in a code of a browser Internet Explorer, The German Federal Office for Information (BSI) Security warned users against using Internet Explorer versions 6, 7 and 8 until Microsoft fixed the security hole. Today the French
According to a survey from the analytical firm StatCounter, browser Mozilla’s Firefox 3.5 had a 21.93% market share while Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 7 has 21.2 % and Internet Explorer 8 has 20.33%. We can see that Internet Explorer is losing market share by falling during a period of one year from 68% to 55%. *Browser