With over two billion users, Google Chrome is the most popular web browser by a long margin, far beyond others in the competition.
When the coronavirus pandemic, millions of people are forced to remain at home. And they include programmers, coders and developers.
People share just about anything on social media apps, and that include bad information that can mislead people into believing what they shouldn't believe.
There are distinct differences between the Bible and erotica. Most people won't even think of the result when the two is combined, until an AI showed just that.
In the face-paced digital world, a product that isn't providing showstopper updates may as well be substitutes for the real players in the field.
Mozilla released updates to its Firefox browser to patch a security hole that was already being exploited by hackers in the wild.
With the coronavirus reaching even the most remote places on Earth, there should be no shortage of news coverage and stories about the virus.
Cloudflare is known as a company working on speeding up and protecting websites, but it has since ventured beyond the web infrastructure business to also appeal end users.
With the novel 'COVID-19' coronavirus declared a pandemic, people are urged to stay indoor and keep their distances to help stop the virus' spread.
Developers wanting to develop AI, can use machine learning libraries like Google's TensorFlow or Facebook's PyTorch.