The clickable rich content messages sent to you through the browser are known as web push notification. You need not be on the browser or web page to receive the notification. You will keep receiving the messages at their own time and pace as set by the marketer. What is web push notification? The concept […]
Trampled in the Windows 10 stampede.
The Web, at last, is ready, says CEO Mike McCue.
Mozilla has dropped its longtime search partner.
Web Starter Kit wants to help you make sites that look great on every device.
The latest update to Microsoft’s mobile OS sands off many of its remaining rough edges—but it doesn’t do much more than that.
Round and round Yahoo’s social shopping spree goes. Where it stops, only Marissa Mayer knows.
The fast, sexy new Firefox 22 has a lot going for it. Sadly, it won’t save the browser from its slow, all-but-certain decline.
Your choice of browser, your means of transport within the World Wide Web, is crucial.
Opera has finally ditched its own browser rendering engine Presto in favor of WebKit in the new release of Opera for Android.
Microsoft has launched Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 – with more speed and better support for Web standards. But the company still says it plans to take things slow when it comes to supporting the latest standards.
Opera is phasing out its custom-built Presto layout engine in its mobile browsers. Not everybody thinks that is a good thing.
You can turn any modern browser window into a text notepad and save the contents. It even works on mobile browsers.
Perceptions of privacy – even more than objective actions and policies – could be crucial competitive differentiators.
Mobile-only browsers like Dolphin end up competing for only a fraction of a fraction of the market.
A Microsoft-funded study by Forrester to be released on Thursday claims that enterprises face significant costs for supporting more than one browser among their employees.
Firefox now lets social notifications “float above” the browsing experience in a more persistent, less cumbersome way.
After a month’s head start of Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 8 users, Windows 7 users may be seeing their own IE 10 release as early as tomorrow, if rumors out today have any validity. Regardless of actual release date, will Microsoft’s staggered release plan for IE 10 just cause more headaches for web developers?
Firefox was released by Mozilla on Nov. 9, 2004 to battle Microsoft’s Internet Explorer monopoly. Eight years later, the struggle against closed systems continues, but now mobile is the battlefield.
Social image site Stipple is relaunching Thursday with new tools and indexing features designed to fix the perpetual problem of image attribution and introduce brand-new sales channels through the use of images alone – for all Web users.