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Opera is offering up an odd proposition: Sure, use a Chromebook. But use Opera instead of Chrome. The Android version of Opera.
The search wars are heating up. A new paid contender, called Neeva, was started by former Googlers and is ad-free and private.
Google’s modern replacement for third-party cookies, called the Privacy Sandbox, has been delayed from 2022 to 2023.
Privacy-focused web browser maker Brave has announced a beta version of its privacy-focus search engine, Brave Search.
Back in March, Google said that it would move Chrome to a new 4-week release cycle. Today, it explained how and when it will do so.
After a year-long test in which it received nothing but complaints from users, Google has given up on automatic URL shortening in Chrome.
Vivaldi is launching the next major version of its web browser, which features Vivaldi Translate and betas of Vivaldi Mail, Calendar, and Feed Reader.
The makers of the world’s most popular web browsers are teaming up to improve the security and usability of browser extensions.
Today, Microsoft detailed some font rendering improvements that it is making in its Edge web browser in a coming version upgrade.
Today, Mozilla released Firefox 89, bringing a simpler and fresher new design to the browser on desktop and mobile.
Microsoft is bringing Automatic HTTPS capabilities to its Edge browser starting with version 92, which is available now in preview.
Microsoft has announced the release of Edge 91, the latest version of its web browser, which adds shopping and performance improvements.
Microsoft is adding a Math Solver feature to its Edge web browser that provides solutions to math problems with step-by-step instructions.
Microsoft announced that it will retire the desktop version of Internet Explorer 11 on June 15, 2022, but only on “certain versions” of Windows 10.
It’s the technology that just won’t die, and for good reason: It works. So now Chrome is going to surface RSS feeds on websites to make it easier to follow them.
At Google I/O 2021 today, Google announced the release of Flutter 2.2, the latest release of its open source app development toolkit.
Google Chrome is expanding on the web browser’s password safety features by automatically fixing compromised passwords for you.
The Brave web browser now has over 30 million monthly active users and the firm is introducing a new feature, called Playlist, on iOS.
Vivaldi has released new versions of its desktop and Android web browsers. Both include a new feature called Cookie Crumbler.
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.