The procrastinator's guide.
Here’s exactly what’s happening when you launch a private window.
Why “like” something with a thumbs-up or smiley face, when you can say it with Donald Trump's spray-tanned mug or a startled Pikachu?
In the land of browsers, Internet Explorer is king—but not for long.
Privacy Badger burrows down into your system to keep the ad-slingers at bay.
If you’re running Windows 7 or later, you can now explore the internet with the browser while using twice its current 32 bits.
Ta-rah, young friend.
Just kidding, he's definitely real.
Step right up weary Monday-workers, and brighten up the beginning of your week with some shiny new appery to fill up all those empty megabytes on your blower.
Late to the iOS browser game, Firefox will face some stiff competition with most people having long since settled on Safari, Chrome, Opera or something more esoteric to scuttle around the web with.
Popular torrent aggregator Kickass Torrents appears to have fallen foul of Mozilla and Google, with the site now flagged as suspicious by both companies.
Mozilla has released Firefox 41 and it claims that the desktop version is the first browser to have a built-in instant messaging. Powered by WebRTC, it should let you IM if you use Windows, Mac or Linux.
There’s a new version of Adobe Flash that Mozilla’s Firefox web browser isn’t blocking by default. It’s version 22.214.171.124, and you can get it right here. [Adobe]
It turns out Flash bears a nasty hole that Adobe still hasn't patched up.
More than just being an interesting statistical quirk, though, this is a good demonstration of the kind of big data statistics backing up gut judgements we've always made.
Remember when we all switched from Firefox to Chrome? Chrome was simple but fast as hell. These days Chrome is bloated, slow, and constantly crashing on me. I've reached the breaking point.
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