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Mosaic, First Real Web Browser, Turns 20

The Web as you experience it — with pretty pictures, in a browser, with back and forward buttons — emerged 20 years ago today. Full story

Gingrich site redirects more readily than

   Rachel Maddow points out the remarkable number of redirects that result when NewtGingrich.com is typed in to an internet browser.

Internet Explorer 9 Tops All Browsers in Malware Test

When it comes to detecting malware attacks, Windows Internet Explorer 9 is the Web browser to beat, according to a test conducted by the network security firm NSS Labs. Full story

Cybercriminals Put Google Chrome in Crosshairs

As Internet users increasingly seek refuge in Google Chrome, online criminals are following in their footsteps and launching targeted attacks on the supposedly secure Web browser. Full story

Most users leave Web browsers open to attack

Most people are pretty lax when it comes to keeping their Web browsers secure, according to a report unveiled at this week’s RSA security conference in San Francisco. Full story

Why Google's Chrome notebook will succeed

In the past two weeks, Google has started sending out its pilot notebook for testing. It is little more than a Web browser tucked inside a netbook. Yes, all it does is surf the Web. And it's going to be huge. Full story

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In this photos taken Monday, Nov. 1, 2010, Internet browser pioneer Marc Andreessen, left, and his longtime business partner, Ben Horowitz, pose in their office in Menlo Park, Calif. A venture capital fund run by the pair has raised another US$650 million as the firm looks for opportunities in techn