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Microsoft renews call for default privacy in 'Do Not Track' standard

The emerging Do Not Track standard should give web surfers privacy by default, Microsoft has insisted after the idea was turned down by the standard's working group.The working group at the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) represents a wide spectrum of players including advertising and analytics companies, social networks, browser-makers and others.

June 11, 2012 by

Mozilla releases Firefox 4 worldwide

The new-look browser features HTML 5 support, a redesigned user interface and added privacy features. Mozilla also said that tweaks to the JavaScript engine make it the fastest Firefox yet

March 22, 2011 by

Microsoft launches IE9 at SXSW

The company has launched the first full release of its Internet Explorer 9 web browser with new security and privacy features, hardware acceleration and compatibility with some HTML 5 features

March 15, 2011 by

Firefox 4 beta 11 released

As promised, the Mozilla team released Firefox 4 beta 11 this afternoon.The open source browser company published a brief report on the 11th beta, which features a new "Do Not Track" privacy feature.

February 8, 2011 by

Microsoft adds H.264 support to Google Chrome

Last month, Google announced that it was removing support for H.264 video playback in its Chrome browser. But modern versions of OS X and Windows already include fully licensed copies of the H.264 codecs. So why not use them? Microsoft ha now done exactly that. How will Google respond?

February 1, 2011

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