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Mozilla's decision to curb cookies tracking in their new version of Firefox has upset the ad industry, and they’ve since retaliated by claiming that Firefox users will only see more ads as a result.
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The Firefox browser was available on the App Store until last September when Mozilla pulled it themselves. According to CEO Jay Sullivan, the company is not building a new iOS app and has no plans to do so going forward.
Google launched an update to its Chrome mobile browser on Monday, giving Android users a faster and more responsive experience while improving the search and sharing features for iPhone and iPad users.
On Monday, TechCrunch posted a story claiming Apple has begun rejecting apps which use web-based cookies, a move which they believed was a sign that the iPhone maker would begin forcing developers to use their own identifier system. Even as this story was making its rounds it was found that this isn’t necessarily true, turning this story into another ‘Apple story turned non-story.’
A new version of Firefox, set for release this June, will begin using a rather sane approach to managing which sites can track users’ online activities.
A web browser is an application used for retrieving, presenting, and transferring information over the Internet. Information is gathered by a Uniform Resource Identifier (URI), which can be a web page, an image, a video, or any other type of content viewed on the browser. The most widely used web browsers are Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer, and Apple Safari. The first web browser was invented by Sir Tim Berners-Lee in 1990 called the Worldwide Web, later known...
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