- IE8 and Safari Fall on First Day of Pwn2own
- IE9 Coming in March 14th
- IE6 Challenge (Picture)
- How Would You Change Firefox?
- Users Advised to Update Graphics Drivers for Firefox 4
- Firefox 4 Release Candidate Now Available
- Google Chrome 10 Arrives
- 64 Bit Google Chrome (x86-64)
- Forget Google Chrome! Hello, Baidu Web Browser
- Download Safari 5.0.4
- Nintendo Ditches Opera
- RockMelt Now Available To Everybody
- URL Hunter
- Convert Flash to HTML5
With the launch of Internet Explorer 9, Microsoft has also put a nice video which looks back at the browser development process and initial impressions from the press.
Pwn2Own, the yearly hacking contest held as part of the CanSecWest security conference, saw the successful hijacking of fully patched versions of Safari and Internet Explorer 8 this year. Ars Technica described Pwn2Own as the following:
If a researcher can pwn the browser—that is, make it run arbitrary code—then they get to own the hardware the browser runs on. This year, not only did they have to run arbitrary code, they also had to escape any sandboxes—restricted environments with reduced access to data and the operating system—that are imposed.
The time has come yet again…
How would you change the Firefox web browser to make it better?
RockMelt, a Chromium based social browser, has been released to the public as an open beta after having been an invitation only deal for the past 122 days i.e. since November of 2010.
Delivering some quick history on the browser, RockMelt is built around the likes of Twitter, Facebook, and numerous other feeds that provide updates in the real-time.
According to Johnathan Nightingale, director of Firefox development, this release candidate embodies what the development team deems to be a finished browser.
Yesterday, Apple has released a new build of its Safari web browser, bumping the version number to 5.0.4
Among various stability and compatibility improvements, Safari 5.0.4 for Windows also fixes HTML5 bug which might have prevented videos from playing on the YouTube web site.
Safari 5.0.4 for Mac
This is it, after lots of rumors and speculations, Microsoft has finally confirmed Internet Explorer 9 release date.
According to Ryan Gavin, senior director of IE, starting from next Monday, users will be able to download the Final version of Internet Explorer at 9 p.m. (Pacific Standard Time).
So here you have it, if Windows 8 is indeed stated for early 2012 release and company has changed its strategy, expect to see IE10 announcements later this year.