Beginning this November, Microsoft will drop IE 11 support for Microsoft 365 applications.
Publishers are finding new ways to figure out if Chrome users are browsing in Incognito mode to get around their paywalls.
At Build 2019, I got to try the newest features coming to Edge: IE Mode, the macOS version and some privacy features.
All four major browser vendors announced the deprecation of TLS 1.0 and 1.1 by the first half of 2020.
Google is putting its Material Design aesthetic into its Canary channel for developers and early adopters.
If you're tired of getting alerts from your favorite websites, it's easy to disable some (or even all) of your browser notifications.
The digital forensics company said browser history is stored in iCloud if people choose to sync their Safari tabs across multiple devices, and could store data for up to a year.
Opera released a new "concept browser" called Neon to showcase its vision for the future of the web.
Microsoft performed three tests in which it showed that its new browser, Edge, can beat its competitors by significant margins when it comes to power efficiency.
Chrome will block Flash content on all websites except the top ten most visited ones, which will get an exemption of another year.
Mozilla announced some user-centric changes for its Firefox browser that should make it a little easier for users to understand just how secure some websites are.
The Opera Mini browser was updated with new features such as private browsing, new visuals, and the ability to see how much data is saved by using Opera Mini.
In the second day of the Pwn2Own competition, all browsers fell to exploits developed by security researches. However, Internet Explorer was hacked five times, while Chrome only fell once.