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New Microsoft Edge may change User Agent automatically

Microsoft's upcoming Chromium-based web browser Microsoft Edge may change the user agent automatically based on the visited site. The new Microsoft Edge web browser is based on Chromium, the same core that […]

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Adblock Plus filter exploit to run arbitrary code discovered

Most content blockers use and load filter lists that include instructions to block or change certain content on visited sites in the web browser by default; this is done to ensure that […]

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PayPal adds authenticator app as 2-step verification option

PayPal; love it, or hate it. I had my troubles with the service in the past but have to acknowledge that it is one of the most popular online payment options thanks […]

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Internet Archive uploads 1.3 Terabytes of lost MySpace music

MySpace, the once largest and most popular social networking site on the Internet, was used by many in the early days of the Internet for music hosting. Users of MySpace could upload […]

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Cloudflare announces Warp VPN service

Cloudflare revealed the company's first VPN product today called Warp which it plans to launch as part of the company's 1.1.1.1 application soon. April 1st is probably the worst day to make […]

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StartPage beats Google Search in test. Reason? Privacy

When you asked a representative number of Internet users about the search engine that they prefer, you'd probably end up with Google at the top as it is the most widely used […]

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WebKit launches JetStream2 browser benchmark

WebKit launched JetStream 2, a new benchmark suite to measure the performance of JavaScript and WebAssembly operations in web browsers recently. Browser benchmarks were a huge thing back when Google Chrome launched. […]

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Vivaldi 2.4 is out: here is what is new

Vivaldi Technologies released Vivaldi 2.4, a new version of the desktop web browser, to the stable channel today. The new version introduces new toolbar customization options, bookmark management improvements, and support for […]

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Bidvoy: the value of products based on eBay data

Bidvoy is a free online service that returns product price trends and recommendations to you when you use the service. The marketplace eBay is a great resource even if it changed significantly […]

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How to block WhatsApp media from appearing in Android's gallery

WhatsApp Messenger supports media attachments just like most messaging apps. Media that you receive is automatically added to the device's gallery by default. Means: any photo, image, gif, or video that you […]

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This is the Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser

Microsoft revealed plans in December 2018 to use Chromium as the core for the company's Microsoft Edge web browser instead of the company's own engine. Chromium is used by Google Chrome, Opera, […]

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EU member state websites laden with third-party cookies

A new report (PDF) reveals that the vast majority of EU member state websites are laden with third-party cookies that are not disclosed to visitors. Cookiebot, a service to make websites GDPR […]

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Adblock Plus 3.5 promises 5x faster blocking

Eyeo GMBH, the company behind the popular content blocker Adblock Plus, has just released version 3.5 of the browser extension for all supported platforms (it shows up as 0.9.14 in Microsoft Edge). […]

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Waterfox 56.2.8: improved web compatibility, security patches, new logo

Waterfox users who waited for a new version of the web browser to come out patiently can now upgrade the browser to version 56.2.8. Waterfox 56.8.2 was released on March 14, 2019 […]

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Firefox Send file sharing service launches officially

Firefox Send, a file sharing service by Mozilla, maker of Firefox, is now available officially. Mozilla launched Firefox Send as a Test Pilot project in 2017; the first experiment that launched as […]

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A look at Windscribe VPN'S R.O.B.E.R.T domain blocking tool

Windscribe is a VPN provider that is known for its good free offering and commercial plans, and even an option to build a custom plan. Free accounts are limited in terms of […]

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Adobe will retire Shockwave on April 9, 2019

Adobe plans to discontinue Adobe Shockwave, a browser-based platform for interactive games and applications, on April 9, 2019. Adobe will remove downloads for Shockwave Player for Windows on that day from its […]

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Flickr: Creative Commons photos don't count against free user 1000 photo limit

Flickr revealed in a new blog post on the official company blog that it made the decision to exclude Creative Commons photos from any limit imposed on users on the site. The […]