AdBlock Browser Now On Apple’s IOS, Android Beta Ends

By | September 10, 2015 | 0 Comments

AdBlock Browser Now On Apple's IOS, Android Beta EndsMight be bit too late.

After announcing AdBlock Browser some time ago, it looks like it has finally been released (prior the Apple’s event) on iPads, iPhones and iPods.

However, with the release of iOS 9, its main selling point is no longer that great as the latest Safari version supports content blocking extensions.

As far as AdBlock Browser itself goes, just like with extensions, you can whitelist particular sites to keep web owners from becoming homeless. In addition to that, it claims to save data and up to 20% of battery life when you block tracking cookies and social media sharing buttons.
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Mozilla’s Bugzilla Compromised, Sensitive Data Stolen

By | September 9, 2015 | 0 Comments

Mozilla’s Bugzilla Compromised, Sensitive Data StolenDoes not appear to be as bad as one might think.

Bugzilla, a bug tracker that is used by Mozilla, Webkit, FreeBSD, the Linux kernel, Apache and many other vendors, has been recently compromised.

As detailed in the blog post, the attacker broke into one of the accounts and gained access to the security sensitive data. Mozilla also believes that the newly acquired information then was used to attack Firefox users. On a positive note, it looks like the vulnerability that he or she reportedly exploited has already been patched at the end of August.
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Microsoft Starts Recommending Incomplete Edge Browser To Bing Users

By | September 8, 2015 | 0 Comments

Microsoft Starts Recommending Incomplete Edge Browser To Bing UsersBe thankful if you are not from the US.

While we don’t think that Edge is really ready for the general public, it looks like the software giant thinks otherwise. Despite a lot of lacking features and weird glitches, Microsoft has decided to go ahead and start the promotion of its latest web browser for none other than the Bing users.

If you were to search for Firefox or Google Chrome while running Windows 10, a notification bar will appear asking you to consider using Microsoft Edge instead.

Here’s how it looks:
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Microsoft Will Pay You To Use Edge

By | September 7, 2015 | 0 Comments

Microsoft Will You Pay To Use EdgeHello, Bing Rewards.

A long time ago and in an effort to gain additional market share, the software giant has launched Bing Rewards, where users could earn points by ditching Google in favor of Bing, which can be later redeemed for Xbox Live Gold and other services or products.

Now, it looks like Microsoft has decided to use the very same strategy for Edge, it’s newest web browser. As you can see in the screenshot below, there is a new section in Bing Rewards area where extra credits and exclusive deals are offered to use using Microsoft Edge.
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Mozilla Starts Firefox For IOS Rollout, Hint: It’s Promising

By | September 4, 2015 | 1 Comment

Mozilla Starts Firefox For IOS Rollout, Hint: It’s PromisingNew Zealand is first on the list.

After refusing to create Firefox for iOS in the first place and them giving in to the pressure, Mozilla has finally announced the limited availability of Firefox for Apple’s devices.

Interestingly enough, the first preview is only available for the consumers in New Zealand with more countries said to be added later this year. We are not entirely sure why did Mozilla choose NZ (although we can guess), but the open source organization said that now their goal is to simply collect feedback and use it to shape up the overall development of Firefox for iOS.
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Google Chrome 45 Is 25% More Memory Efficient

By | September 3, 2015 | 0 Comments

Google Chrome 45 Is 25% More Memory EfficientWhen browsing Gmail.

Remember when days when pretty much every browser maker reported the improvements they have made to the performance on monthly basis? Then everyone got quiet and worked mostly on new features and such.

Well, today you can relive the glory days as Google has just announced the awesome optimizations they made for Google Chrome 45. By aggressively cleaning the unused memory, web sites now consume around 10% less memory and when it comes to heavy applications (like Gmail), the difference is even more noticeable.
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Microsoft Finally Acknowledges Google’s WebM Format

By | September 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

Microsoft Finally Acknowledges Google’s WebM FormatWill join other web browsers.

Now here is something that will make at least few people happy. If you have been following the user voice page for Microsoft Edge, then a request (wuth over 3,000 votes) for native WebM support has likely crossed your field of vision at least once.

Submitted almost a year ago, it has been left unnoticed by Microsoft up until now as just yesterday the software giant has announced that they have finally started working on the native WebM implementation.
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Microsoft Edge Grabs 2% Of The Desktop Market Share

By | September 1, 2015 | 1 Comment

Still not visible on the chart.

With more than 75 million of PCs running Windows 10, it looks like Microsoft Edge has finally received enough users to surpass at least one of the top 5 web browsers.
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Vivaldi Browser: Fix Not Starting, Reinstall and Other Issues

By | August 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

Vivaldi Browser: Fix Not Starting, Reinstall and Other IssuesWill work for other, Chromium based web browsers too.

If you are running the latest preview build of the Windows 10 then I am pretty certain that Vivaldi x84-64 is not working for you and you have no idea why. It’s just sitting there, in the task manager and does nothing. You might have already tried reinstalling browser, deleting sessions or even the entire profile but will not help.

The reason? Windows 10 recently changed the way it handles memory and it broke the unauthorized Google hack that saved the search giant a whooping $9,995 (that’s how much it costs to get the tools for the 64 bit systems from Microsoft).
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Chrome Will Soon Will Pause Flash Ads By Default

By | August 29, 2015 | 0 Comments

Chrome Will Soon Won’t Play Flash Ads By Default Here comes another win for the consumers and overall healthier world wide web.

Starting from September 1, 2015, Google Chrome will start pausing all Flash ads by default, which means that advertisers will finally be forced to switch to HTML5 or other technologies. The good news for Google’s customers however is that Adwords ads are already automatically converted to the HTML5 by the default, so there is not much you need to do at this point.

Not only will this move help consumers with the overall web experience (less exploits, for example) but could also improve the overall battery life for those that browse sites full of such ads.
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