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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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In this section, we present Open Browser GP: a 'proof-of-concept' tool developed to help ease the complexity of configuring web browser security options in a technologically diverse enterprise.
Through a persistent connection scheme, the web browser obtains several web objects from the same connection.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg has assured investors thathis top priorities this yearare to transform Facebook's mobile and advertising experiences; bringing the Opera web browser into its fold would help make that happen.
With so many IP ports available, this might sound a small IP profile to deal with from a security perspective, but the problem is that there are a growing number of nonstandard applications that use Port 80 across the Internet, meaning that a Web browser client must be able to support these features, he explained.
Under the first deal, Google will be included as search engine on Opera's mobile web browsers Opera Mobile and Opera Mini.
The proposal came after the EU began investigating Microsoft for antitrust violations in January, saying the company unfairly pushed consumers to use its Web browser instead of allowing free choice of other options.
Summary: Microsoft has announced the release of Windows Internet Explorer 8 Beta 2, the latest version of the world's most popular Web browser, enabling developers, Web designers and internet users to try out the new features and innovations and prepare their sites for the official launch of Internet Explorer 8.
Niagara is a software framework that integrates diverse systems and devices into a unified platform that can be easily managed and controlled in real time over the Internet using a standard Web browser. The system provides physical protection for your assets--whether a single building or a large multi-site application.
When they update information via a Web browser, text message, mobile Web browser, or using Adobe AIR, the information is automatically updated on all devices.
The client-side shortcomings of the Web browser are rapidly changing due to the introduction of the service-oriented client (SOC).
Remote users, with a valid user ID and password, can log onto the CIMScan-DA server using a simple Web browser to view the current monitoring conditions in their area.
* Data that are otherwise hard to display can be formatted without any special technology so they can be read by a Web browser.