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If you're not running KitKat, you're probably still exposed to an Android browser bug that seriously threatens to undermine your privacy while browsing the web.
Opera has released a stable version of its Android browser that supports web-based video chats and peer to peer communications.
Cisco and Mozilla reps declared that the free, open distribution of the codec enables streaming of real-time online video from the browser without plugins.
Google has done a good job with the Chrome browser on mobile platforms. The beta version rivals the desktop experience on Android and is lightning fast, which is shown on video.
The folks at Rdio are taking their music service experience to the big screen with their new Vdio movie and TV show service. Rdio Unlimited subscribers can try it out now with a free $25 credit in the Vdio store.
A group of Apple users in the UK have launched a legal case against Google after the search giant was found to have bypassed privacy settings in the Safari browser by U.S. authorities.
Ericsson Research has launched Bowser, an experimental mobile browser for Android and iOS that works with WebRTC technology to allow developers to make more imaginative use of video.
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.
Facebook has outlined significant changes to its privacy (aka Data Use) policy and is asking its users for feedback. The company has also scheduled a live Q&A video for this coming Monday.
Google is understood to be in talks with the FTC over how much it will be fined by the regulator after it bypassed the privacy settings in Apple's Safari browser.
Netflix wants the 1988 Video Privacy Protection Act amended so it can share its subscribers' viewing choices via Facebook, but it wants to share all of those choices, not just ones that the subscriber wants to share.
Microsoft accuses Google of bypassing its privacy settings in Internet Explorer, following news that Google had done the same with Apple's Safari browser.
The Chrome browser is now available for Android phones and tablets running Ice Cream Sandwich. Here's Chrome captured on video in action.
A recent job posting indicates that Google is entering the world of social browser-based video games best exemplified by time-suckers like Farmville and Mafia Wars.
Google is gearing up to add real-time video and audio chat functionality right into the Chrome browser.
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
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.
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?
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