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The term "browser wars" refers to the competition for dominance in the web browser marketplace. The term is used to denote two specific periods of time: the competition between market-dominating Netscape Navigator and its eventual defeat by Microsoft Internet Explorer during the late 1990s, and the competition from 2003 onwards between the dominating Internet Explorer and several other emerging browsers including Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Opera and, since mid-2008, Google Chrome.
How to use a custom font to display sites in Firefox
Ghacks Technology News / 4/7/14
It allows you to set a custom font installed on your system as the core font that gets used when websites are rendered in the browser. Let me show you how that is done. Tap on the Alt-key on your keyboard and select Tools > Options from the menu bar at the ...
Conservative activist launches boycott of Firefox browser
American Thinker (blog) / 4/5/14
Conservative activist launches boycott of Firefox browser. Rick Moran. Ben Shapiro of the website TruthRevolt isn't taking the actions of gay activists who forced CEO Brenden Eich out of his CEO position at Mozilla lying down. In fact, Shapiro has called for a ...
Anti-gay marriage group calls for boycott of Mozilla Firefox
Washington Post (blog) / 4/4/14
A leading anti-gay marriage organization is calling for a boycott of the web browser Firefox after its maker, Mozilla, forced out its CEO over his opposition to same-sex marriage. The National Organization for Marriage said in a statement that the exit of CEO ...
Mozilla Firefox CEO Resigns Over Gay Marriage
Guardian Liberty Voice / 4/3/14
Besides employees of Mozilla Firefox and Twitter users, OKCupid also expressed their opposition to Eich by asking users of their site who logged in using Firefox to please use another browser. That was big news that could not be ignored. Eich's personal ...
Still an IE World, but Chrome Overtakes Firefox in Browser Use
Windows IT Pro / 4/3/14
Recent stats from Netmarketshare show that Chrome has overtaken Firefox in recent times as the 2nd most popular web browser. Obviously, the majority of online patrons still use some version of Microsoft's Internet Explorer, but the surge of Chrome to ...
Chrome vs Safari: iOS Browser Showdown
Know Your Mobile / 4/3/14
When this privacy feature is enabled on either browser the color of the browser changes to let the user know web pages and downloads aren't being recorded in your history and cookies visited to websites in privacy mode are deleted as well. What really ... Both iOS browsers feature a fairly minimalist design but Safari's is just a bit more minimalistic in this department however, as it's an app made by Apple and built into every iPhone so there was no way Safari wasn't going to look as iOS 7-inspired as possible. Its thin ...
OkCupid Wants You to Boycott Firefox for New CEO's Anti-Gay Donation
SF Weekly (blog) / 4/2/14
Instead, those who visit OkCupid using the Firefox browser are greeted with a message asking them to switch browsers. Why? Because Mozilla's new CEO (and former Chief Technology Officer) Brendan Eich donated $1,000 in support of Proposition 8, the ...
Market shares of different browsers
The FA Daily / 4/2/14
According to the latest numbers from Net Applications,Chrome has finally passed Firefox,and IE11 gained the most of the market share. Market shares of different browsers. Between February and March, IE dipped 0.23 percentage points (from 58.19 percent ...
Apps Dominate Mobile Usage, Apple's Safari Tops Web Browsers
AppAdvice / 4/1/14
Apps Dominate Mobile Usage, Apple's Safari Tops Web Browsers. BY Bryan M. Wolfe ... Of those who spent 14 percent of their time using a Web browser, 50 percent chose Apple's Safari, followed by 35 percent who selected Google's Chrome app. The Flurry ...
Best Android Browser: Chrome vs. Firefox vs. Opera vs. Dolphin
LAPTOP Magazine (blog) / 3/31/14
Still using the stock Android browser? You're missing out. Android users can choose from a plethora of browsers, bringing a richer mobile Web experience to your smartphone or tablet. We considered Android's top third-party browsers, Firefox and Opera, ...