BOL 1019: What is a browser anyway?! Video
Our Steve Jobs vs. Bill Gates Prizefight really stirred up the pot. The pot of crazy Apple fanboys, that is.
Google Chrome exploded on to the browser scene in 2008 and hasn't let up its rocketing upward trajectory. Now at 10 percent of the worldwide browser market share, we take a new look at the browser and what makes people crazy for Chrome.
Google Play and 100 GB of cloud storage comes to Chrome OS, following an overhaul earlier this year that gave the browser-based operating system a Desktop look. Here's a taste of the latest Chrome OS update.
Google's browser-based operating system isn't quite ready for a mass-market debut, but that hasn't stopped the company from distributing a limited number of specially designed laptops running Chrome OS. Take a tour of what's similar and what's new in this First Look vid
You don't need to pray to Bill Gates--or even Steve Ballmer--to activate some pretty cool powers in Windows 7. This simple folder hack puts nearly every Windows 7 customization tweak in one place.
At CES 2008, Microsoft Chairman and CEO Bill Gates and some of his closest friends debuted a comical look at what life would be like as Bill's last day approaches. Many of entertainment's biggest heavyweights, such as Bono from U2, actor George Clooney, and director Steven Spielberg, got some laughs at Bill's expense.
Want to edit your photos without having to download some messy software? We'll show you where you can check out the newest version of photoshop right in your browser. Plus, Peter Gabriel is launching a music service trying to compete with the likes of Last.FM, find out what it is and why the musician hopes to break into the dot-com world. And, YouTube is adding stats tracking to their site, find out what publishers will be able to know and how you can start tracking stats.
At Gartner Symposium/ITxpo in Florida, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer\r\nanswers questions about competing with Linux globally. He also comments\r\non Bill Gates' prediction that security will drop from the top three IT\r\nconcerns within the next two years.
Firefox OS is picking up steam, or at least a new partner, with Huawei's first phone for the browser-based OS.
CNET News.com exclusive: At Microsoft MIX 06 in Las Vegas, Bill Gates tells reporter Martin LaMonica what's in store from the Web browser update.