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Apple is not a completely arrogant company. Sure, they would rather we classify them as “confident” rather than arrogant, but the point remains: They feel they are right more often than they are wrong.
An interesting change is about to occur in the global browser battles as Firefox rolls out its latest version in the Russian market. No longer will Russian search engine Yandex be the default browser, instead, Russians will see Google search results.
This week the internet is looking at month-long tallies to see just how swiftly Chrome is stepping into the lead for market share on browsers.
Yesterday, it seemed that Google’s Chrome web browser had narrowly edged out Microsoft’s Internet Explorer. But that was yesterday, and today is a new day with new statistics and new debates to be had.
The Google Chrome user base continues to grow, and according to data collected by StatCounter, it now exceeds the user base of Internet Explorer by a few percent.
A new Do Not Track cookie-blocking feature was announced by Twitter this week for Mozilla’s Firefox browser. This privacy feature blocks websites from using cookies to track the user’s behavior and personal information.
Remember the 90s, when rockstars wore flannel, smartphones were all but non-existent and Windows 95 was the best operating system out there?
Adobe released an emergency patch to address a critical vulnerability in their Flash Player software.
"When companies with users in the millions feel free to betray them by agreeing to support surveillance laws like CISPA, it sends a clear and unambiguous message that the founders and corporate
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