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Media & Publishing september 6, 2016

Web Browser Lets You Give Bitcoin Micropayments Instead Of Having To View Ads

The startup balances the publisher-user relationship through a shared revenue program built on digital currency

Technology october 30, 2014

Surreal Windows 93 Browser Experience Brings You Back in Time

A post-Internet art project that's also surprisingly useful

Retail march 7, 2013

12 Stories You Need To Know Today

The startups setting SXSW abuzz, Sesame Street viewed 1 billion times and NewsCorp enters educational sphere...links to start your day with.

Technology january 25, 2013

Nostalgic Internet Explorer Ads Appeal To Children Of The 90s

In their latest attempt to woo back customers, Microsoft's browser offers a trip down memory lane to its frist users and the chance to reconnect.

Technology october 24, 2012

Firefox Now Lets Users Chat On Facebook While Browsing Other Sites

Mozilla debuts Social API on its browser that integrates social networks with regular websites.

Technology july 4, 2012

Chrome Set To Eclipse Firefox As World’s Second Most Popular Browser [Headlines]

Google is has the most popular web browser. Leading research puts it at number three, but not for long.

Technology may 21, 2012

Google Chrome Becomes #1 Web Browser [Headlines]

For the first time, Chrome edges out Internet Explorer for a full week, demanding nearly 1/3 of market share.

Advertising february 28, 2012

Chrome Extension Stops Advertisers Mining Your Personal Data

Google's Keep My Opt-Out browser tool limits unsolicited third-party cookies, and therefore cuts down on tailored ads.

Mobile february 17, 2012

Control Any Screen With Your Smartphone

A new app, Clik, lets you scan a QR code to make any screen with a browser into your personal viewing monitor.

Work october 31, 2011

Turn Any Web Page Into An Angry Birds Game

Nokia Argentina allows you to play these popular mobile games in any browser.

Work august 11, 2011

Kindle Cloud Reader Uses HTML5 To Dodge Apple’s Tough App Restrictions [Headlines]

The Kindle Cloud Reader by Amazon uses HTML5 to work outside the Apple App Store regulations so that it can be highly adaptable to other devices.

august 4, 2011

Google Chrome Is The UK’s Second Most Popular Browser [Headlines]

Google Chrome's 22% hold on internet browsers shows that its popularity is creeping up to Internet Explorer's #1 spot in the UK.

august 3, 2011

Lady Gaga And Kanye West Invest In Turntable.Fm [Headlines]

Two of the most notorious pop stars invest in the new browser-based chat room where DJs take turn sharing their favorite playlists.


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