DuckDuckGo announced that its Email Protection service, while still in beta, is now available to everyone. Previously, there was a waitlist.
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DuckDuckGo announced that it will soon begin blocking Microsoft trackers in its privacy-focused web browsers and extensions.
In the wake of an embarrassing revelation about its cozy relationship with Microsoft, Brave CEO Brendan Eich has a few words for DuckDuckGo.
In an interesting online exchange, DuckDuckGo admitted that it is forced to allow Microsoft trackers through. But it’s not as bad as it looks.
DuckDuckGo has committed to changing the terms of its search syndication agreement with Microsoft to improve privacy for its users.
DuckDuckGo today announced the availability of DuckDuckGo Privacy Essentials, a Chrome extension that will block Google Topics and FLEDGE.
It’s not just Brave: DuckDuckGo announced today that it too is blocking Google AMP in its mobile apps and browser extensions.
DuckDuckGo announced this morning that its privacy-protecting web browser is now available on the Mac in beta.
Fans of DuckDuckGo are probably familiar with the company’s mobile web browser, but there’s a desktop version coming in 2022 too.
Last week, DuckDuckGo announced that it was adding App Tracking Protection to its mobile app on Android and I've been using it for a few days.
DuckDuckGo today announced a new app tracking protection feature in its Android app that will block Google and Facebook trackers in other apps.
DuckDuckGo today announced its Email Protection service, which aims to protect email privacy without requiring users to switch email providers.
DuckDuckGo announced yesterday that it has updated its web browser extension to block Google's new FLoC tracking method in Chrome.
Upstart search engine maker DuckDuckGo today is claiming that the tracking protection functionality built-in to most web browsers doesn’t actually work.
DuckDuckGo announced today that its Internet search engine now provides privacy-focused driving and walking directions.
In two weeks, Apple will host WWDC 2020, and while the rumors have been flying in recent days, I see two key areas of opportunity for the firm.
DuckDuckGo announced today that it has licensed Apple Maps for its map- and address-related search results on both mobile and desktop.