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Web Browser

A program that allows one to search, find and disseminate information over the Internet. Web browsers have become almost indispensable in business because of the sheer volume of information currently available.
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Google said Sunday in a blog post that it had now configured its Chrome browser to revoke SSL certificates coming from DigiNotar while the company investigates.
NY Times launches Chrome app: The New York Times last week said it had launched a new application for reading its content on desktop computers that run the Chrome browser from Google Inc.
Virgin America yesterday announced it is teaming up with Google's Chrome browser team to provide free Gogo Inflight Internet for all passengers during the holiday season.
Google has already set up an insistent release cycle for its Chrome browser, releasing a stable update every 12 weeks, faster than any of its major competitors.
The open source operating system is based on Google's popular Chrome browser, which is designed to work exclusively with web applications.
Likewise, the Chrome browser is apparently highly optimised for Chrome OS - which it damn well should be.
lt;p>Google conducted the tests by downloading 25 of the "top 100" web sites ten times each over simulated home network connections, using a prototype Google Chrome browser and a Web server that it has developed.
The company said that the plug-in accelerates IE's performance in the J2EE-based program to match the speed of Google's (Nasdaq:GOOG) Chrome browser.
The Chrome browser could threaten Microsoft's Windows system, which has been running most personal computers for the past two decades.
The Chrome browser could threaten Microsoft's Windows, which has been running most personal computers for the past two decades.
With Chrome OS, Google plans to follow the same formula it used with its Chrome browser.
According to Trusteer's security research group the biggest threats facing financial institutions and enterprises next year will include attacks against the Google Chrome Browser, the emergence of native 64-bit Windows malware and crimeware that can detect and evade virtual machine, sandboxing, and other containment mechanisms.