Roads to Chrome lead somewhere else.
Microsoft's Edge browser might be built on the same open-source code as Google Chrome, but it looks like it might make a mess out of Google's business model.
Still looks like Chrome to us
Software King of the World Microsoft appears to be playing with the logos for its new Edge browser.
Eezer Goode no longer
Software King of the world Microsoft appears to have stopped taking the E out of its users and is replacing its Edge logo.
Linux Foundation boss's claim
The Linux Foundation's general manager of networking Arpit Joshipura said that Edge computing is going to make a comeback and will replace cloud computing by 2025.
Claims it is the first to meet low-latency data processing demands of Cloud RAN
Nokia has launched an Edge Cloud data centre solution and claims it is the first to meet the stringent and diverse low-latency data processing demands of Cloud RAN and advanced applications for consumers and industries.
Installs Chrome instead
A Microsoft engineer carrying out a demo before assorted hacks had to abandon his Edge browser and install Chrome after his Vole-approved default browser froze.
Google and Mozilla not as good as living on the edge
Microsoft's Edge easily beat rival browsers from Google and Mozilla in third party tests of the behind the scenes services which power anti-malware warnings and malicious website-blocking.
You can’t get the wood to build it these days
A year after Microsoft allowed extensions to appear on its Edge browser, there are only 70 available.
Living on the edge
This year we will see the end of the bezel, or at least phones with very slim ones.