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The decision by Eyeo, owner of the Adblock Plus browser extensions and mobile browser apps, to hand control of its acceptable ads program to an independent board has prompted the developer of another adblocker to join the program -- and sell his company.
The creators of Adblock Plus will let an independent advisory board decide what ads are acceptable.
The browser in OS X 10.11 El Capitan has new features that you'll use right away.
Private browsing modes don't protect you from third-party tracking during your browsing session, but that's about to change on Firefox.
Mozilla hopes to have its version of Firefox for iOS devices out by the end of the year as part of its push to grow its share of mobile traffic.
While Safari is undoubtedly a better browser than Internet Explorer, there's one little feature worth mourning that died with IE 5. Just one little thing.
After more than a year in beta, the EFF's Privacy Badger privacy-protecting add-on for Chrome and Firefox is available in its first stable version.
Mozilla released Firefox 39.0.3 on Thursday to patch a pretty serious security flaw.
Don't download the app for your smart device. Check if it has Physical Web support first.
Mozilla's Firefox has had enough of Flash and its security problems, at least for now.
Chrome is going back to its old tree-style bookmarks manager apparently in the face of user revolt.
Chrome's development team touts significant performance improvements—and says more are on the way.
The latest update also brings a distraction-free Reader View and changes to Firefox Hello.
Chrome users recently started seeing a warning or an error about outdated encryption used by websites for secure connections.
A researcher developed code that can trick Safari into showing a different URL in its address bar than the one currently loaded.
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