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The Privacy Icons browser add-on translates websites' privacy policies into nine easy-to-grasp categories
This browser app is refreshingly mobile-first.
Mozilla has little choice lest users be cut off from popular content services, Mozilla's CTO says
Some users commenting about Windows Phone 8.1's browser complain about how it handles tabs.
Keep your favorite web apps organized by using pinned tabs. We'll show you how to use the tab management tool in this video tip.
The so-called "Open Web" is full of artificial limitations. These extensions blow them away.
Erasing your entire browsing history might be overkill if you just want to remove one or two sites or pages. In Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer you can selectively delete your browsing history.
Opera Software has released an iPhone version of its browser for the iPad.
Not going to lie—this still seems a bit like wizardry. Ballistic is a full-fledged first-person shooter that runs within your browser window. And looks good while doing so.
Along with a bunch of other features, Chrome Beta now has native Chromecast support for video.
OKCupid would rather you didn't use Firefox to access its site due to Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich's 2008 support for California's Proposition 8.
Want to keep Google from serving you search-based ads, or cookies from dropping in unannounced? One of these tools could help.
Following in the footsteps of Firefox and Chrome, Opera has jumped on board the WebRTC bandwagon.
Opera's data compression app for Android is now available to anyone in the U.S. that wants to try it, but you may have to wait to start using it.
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