It looks like Google’s plan to shorten the URL in the Chrome address bar to better spot malicious sites is coming to an end.
If you find yourself saying FLoC this, it might be time to switch to Brave.
The latest version of Chrome makes HTTPS its default protocol, as Google keeps its promise to utilise it for its security and privacy.
If you don’t have Chromium 88.0.4324.150, you need to update now.
Several forms that required Flash to work have yet to be migrated to HTML5 so now you have to download a bespoke browser in order to file those forms.
Microsoft Edge is getting a handful of new features to help differentiate it from Chrome, including a new Wonder Woman 1984 theme.
The latest release of Opera GX features ambient music and while it doesn’t seem to impact performance, we have to wonder who asked for this.
User have been testing out the new design for Facebook on browsers, and now it will be the default look in September.
The latest version of the Opera browser gives Twitter users faster access to their profile, messages and timeline.
The popular browser has always proved memory-intensive on Windows 10 devices, but an upcoming Chrome update may change that.
You won’t need to turn to platforms like Tweetdeck to do so anymore.
Apple has made several improvements to the Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP) for its native browser across all platforms.
Mozilla is the first browser to support the new encryption as default in the region.
The latest version of Firefox makes it harder for companies to track you.
The Brave browser is focused on protecting your privacy and you can earn money just for viewing adverts.
Firefox 69 adds a number of features designed to protect user privacy.
The work done by the team behind Devilution bears fruit in the form of a version of Diablo you can play in your browser.
There’s a little less fix then we’re use to.