Google brings tab groups to Chrome

Google Chrome is getting a new feature that’s actually kind of old… support for tab groups. Currently available in Chrome 83 Beta for desktop operating systems, the new feature lets you organize your browser tabs into groups. Tab groups will be available to Chrome stable channel users starting when Chrome 83 is released on May […]

Vivaldi Mobile web browser for Android goes stable (Vivaldi 3.0 for desktop is also here)

Vivaldi is a web browser designed for folks who want to be able to customize the heck out of the tools they use to surf the web. The first version of Vivaldi for desktop computers was released in 2015, but the first public beta of Vivaldi Mobile for Android was released just last year. Now […]

Microsoft Edge browser is getting vertical tabs, password monitor, and other new features

Earlier this year Microsoft began rolling out the new version of its Edge web browser that’s based on Google’s open source Chromium browser. And honestly, in a lot of ways the new Edge feels like Chrome with a fresh coat of paint on top. But Microsoft has been developing new tools that help set it […]

Firefox 74 for desktop released (and Firefox Preview v4.0 for Android too)

Mozilla has released new versions of its Firefox web browser for desktop and Android users. Firefox 74 for desktop includes improvements to the password and add-ons managers and a feature that helps keep Facebook from tracking you as you browse the web. And Firefox 68.6.0 for Android packs some stability and security fixes. But there’s also […]

Firefox and Chrome are making website notifications less annoying

The web is littered with sites that show pop-up notifications asking if you’d like to sign up for alerts — and Mozilla says according to its research, 99-percent of them are either ignored or actively denied by Firefox users. So Mozilla has announced that the latest version of Firefox will make these pop-ups less annoying. […]

Microsoft Edge web browser is coming to Linux (whether you want it or not)

Microsoft announced this week that the new Chromium-based version of its Edge web browser is scheduled to launch around January 15th, 2020. But the company also confirmed that the browser is cross-platform and that it’ll support a whole bunch of operating systems including Windows, macOS, Android, iOS, and… Linux. The Linux version isn’t expected to […]

Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser coming Jan 15th (release candidate available now)

Microsoft has announced that the new version of its Edge web browser will be available on or around January 15th. But folks who want to try it out a little early can download the latest beta… which is also a release candidate. The key difference between the new Edge browser and the version that’s been included […]