HTTP vs IPFS: is Peer-to-Peer Sharing the Future of the Web?

Web
by Jeff Smith, Mar 01
Opera’s developer version 38 is the first browser to include a built-in Virtual Private Network (VPN) client. The feature is unlikely to excite the masses but it could change...

Browser Trends February 2016: Mobile Market Decline?

Web
by Craig Buckler, Feb 02
Opera’s developer version 38 is the first browser to include a built-in Virtual Private Network (VPN) client. The feature is unlikely to excite the masses but it could change...

Browser Trends January 2016: 12 Month Review

Web
by Craig Buckler, Jan 12
Opera’s developer version 38 is the first browser to include a built-in Virtual Private Network (VPN) client. The feature is unlikely to excite the masses but it could change...

Average Page Weight Increased Another 16% in 2015

Web
by Craig Buckler, Jan 05
Opera’s developer version 38 is the first browser to include a built-in Virtual Private Network (VPN) client. The feature is unlikely to excite the masses but it could change...

Browser Trends December 2015: the Fight for Firefox's Future

Web
by Craig Buckler, Dec 02
Opera’s developer version 38 is the first browser to include a built-in Virtual Private Network (VPN) client. The feature is unlikely to excite the masses but it could change...

Vivaldi, Your Next Browser?

Web
by Donald Dragoti, Nov 24
Opera’s developer version 38 is the first browser to include a built-in Virtual Private Network (VPN) client. The feature is unlikely to excite the masses but it could change...

Browser Trends November 2015: the Chrome Clinch

Web
by Craig Buckler, Nov 03
Opera’s developer version 38 is the first browser to include a built-in Virtual Private Network (VPN) client. The feature is unlikely to excite the masses but it could change...

A Microsoft Evangelist's Favorite Chrome Extensions

Microsoft Tech
by David Voyles, Oct 27
Opera’s developer version 38 is the first browser to include a built-in Virtual Private Network (VPN) client. The feature is unlikely to excite the masses but it could change...

How to Create Your Own Browser with JavaScript Using EdgeHTML

Microsoft Tech
by Josh Rennert, Oct 21
Opera’s developer version 38 is the first browser to include a built-in Virtual Private Network (VPN) client. The feature is unlikely to excite the masses but it could change...

Browser Trends October 2015: Sustained Safari Slips

Web
by Craig Buckler, Oct 06
Opera’s developer version 38 is the first browser to include a built-in Virtual Private Network (VPN) client. The feature is unlikely to excite the masses but it could change...

Browser Trends September 2015: IE's Demise Edges Closer

Web
by Craig Buckler, Sep 02
Opera’s developer version 38 is the first browser to include a built-in Virtual Private Network (VPN) client. The feature is unlikely to excite the masses but it could change...

Firefox 40: Profiling JavaScript Performance and More

Web
by Elio Qoshi, Aug 25
Opera’s developer version 38 is the first browser to include a built-in Virtual Private Network (VPN) client. The feature is unlikely to excite the masses but it could change...

Microsoft Edge: the Review

Web
by Craig Buckler, Aug 18
Opera’s developer version 38 is the first browser to include a built-in Virtual Private Network (VPN) client. The feature is unlikely to excite the masses but it could change...

Browser Trends August 2015: Chrome Exceeds 50%

Web
by Craig Buckler, Aug 05
Opera’s developer version 38 is the first browser to include a built-in Virtual Private Network (VPN) client. The feature is unlikely to excite the masses but it could change...

Video: Finding Performance Bottlenecks with Chrome Audits

Web
by Tim Evko, Aug 04
Opera’s developer version 38 is the first browser to include a built-in Virtual Private Network (VPN) client. The feature is unlikely to excite the masses but it could change...

Video: Profiling JavaScript Performance in Chrome

Web
by Tim Evko, Jul 28
Opera’s developer version 38 is the first browser to include a built-in Virtual Private Network (VPN) client. The feature is unlikely to excite the masses but it could change...

Video: Using CSS Stats to Remove Bloated CSS

Web
by Tim Evko, Jul 14
Opera’s developer version 38 is the first browser to include a built-in Virtual Private Network (VPN) client. The feature is unlikely to excite the masses but it could change...

Video: Understanding webpagetest.org

Web
by Tim Evko, Jul 09
Opera’s developer version 38 is the first browser to include a built-in Virtual Private Network (VPN) client. The feature is unlikely to excite the masses but it could change...

Browser Trends July 2015: Stalled Safari?

Web
by Craig Buckler, Jul 03
Opera’s developer version 38 is the first browser to include a built-in Virtual Private Network (VPN) client. The feature is unlikely to excite the masses but it could change...

Browser Trends June 2015: The Battle for Second Place

Web
by Craig Buckler, Jun 05
Opera’s developer version 38 is the first browser to include a built-in Virtual Private Network (VPN) client. The feature is unlikely to excite the masses but it could change...

Browser Trends May 2015: Can Microsoft Regain the Edge?

Web
by Craig Buckler, May 04
Opera’s developer version 38 is the first browser to include a built-in Virtual Private Network (VPN) client. The feature is unlikely to excite the masses but it could change...

Microsoft Edge: A Hands-on Preview

Web
by Ashraff Hathibelagal, Apr 30
Opera’s developer version 38 is the first browser to include a built-in Virtual Private Network (VPN) client. The feature is unlikely to excite the masses but it could change...

Bittorrent's Maelstrom: Using Torrents to Host Websites

Web
by Bruno Skvorc, Apr 12
Opera’s developer version 38 is the first browser to include a built-in Virtual Private Network (VPN) client. The feature is unlikely to excite the masses but it could change...

How to Test for Internet Explorer on Android, iOS, and Mac OS X

Web
by Rey Bango, Apr 02
Opera’s developer version 38 is the first browser to include a built-in Virtual Private Network (VPN) client. The feature is unlikely to excite the masses but it could change...