Vivaldi has released new versions of its desktop and Android web browsers. Both include a new feature called Cookie Crumbler.
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Google has announced the release of Chrome OS 90, which brings several useful new features to Chromebook users.
Microsoft quietly launched a version of Edge Canary on Android, giving enthusiasts their first peek at the promised unified codebase.
Brave’s doing it. Vivaldi’s doing. Mozilla’s doing it. Even DuckDuckGo is doing it. But where does Microsoft land on FLoC?
Microsoft today started deploying version 90 of its Edge web browser, adding a new Password Monitor, Kids Mode, and more.
Not to be outdone by DuckDuckGo and Brave, alternative browser maker Vivaldi has announced that it, too, will block Google FLoC user tracking.
Brave announced today that it is working to disable Google’s new Federated Learning of Cohorts (FLoC) tracking method.
DuckDuckGo announced yesterday that it has updated its web browser extension to block Google's new FLoC tracking method in Chrome.
Opera today announced the availability of the first M1-native version of its flagship browser, and it’s claiming that it’s two times faster than the previous version.
Upstart search engine maker DuckDuckGo today is claiming that the tracking protection functionality built-in to most web browsers doesn’t actually work.
Firefox 87 adds improvements to Private Browsing and Strict Enhanced Tracking Protection and various other security and functional additions.
Microsoft Edge Insiders in the Dev channel can now test two key coming new features: Themes and Microsoft account sign-in and sync on Linux.
Microsoft and Google announced today that they are partnering to identify and fix the top incompatibility issues on the web.
Three years after its initial release, the Opera Touch mobile web browser is being rebranded to Opera, but only on the iPhone.
A new Chrome feature called Live Caption leverages machine learning to bring captions to content across platforms on the web.
The latest version of the Vivaldi web browser opens tabs twice as fast, and windows 26 percent faster, than the previous version.
Last month, Microsoft announced the availability of Microsoft account-based password autofill capabilities across platforms.
With Google Chrome moving to a new four-week release cadence, Microsoft says it will offer the same updating schedule for its own web browser.
Microsoft announced today that it will move its Edge web browser on Mac off Microsoft AutoUpdate because users have found it confusing.
Microsoft announced today that support for Microsoft Edge Legacy is over and that the product will no longer receive future security updates.
One of the more interesting tidbits that came out of Ignite this week is that Microsoft is moving the desktop and mobile versions of Edge to a single codebase.
Google announced today that it will shorten the Chrome release schedule from every six weeks to every four weeks.
Among the new features coming to Microsoft Edge on desktop this month is vertical tabs, which seems ideal for the 16:9 displays that most of us are still stuck with.
In its initial releases, Flutter allowed developers to create apps that run on both Android and iOS. But now Google is setting its sights higher. Much higher.
Brave announced today that it has acquired the open search engine Tailcat and will integrate it into its desktop and mobile web browsers.
Google today acknowledged that the proliferation of advertising-based tracking on the web has eroded the trust of its users.
Mozilla released Firefox 86 today, adding Total Cookie Protection, improved picture-in-picture capabilities, and a new printing experience.