Apple has just announced that the newest version of Safari will give you an extra two hours of battery life compared with using Chrome or Firefox. Also mentioned was that it would give you over three hours of Netflix streaming.
Last month it came to light that Google had been bypassing privacy settings in Safari, by installing cookies to track the browsing habits of millions of users who didn't know what was happening. Now, the FTC in the US is examining whether the incident violates a legal settlement in which Google pledged not to "misrepresent" its privacy practices to consumers.
A report from the Wall Street Journal suggests that Google has been bypassing the privacy settings of millions of Safari users, by tracking the browsing habits of people, even if they thought they had blocked such monitoring.