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Google Explains How Chrome's Ad Blocking Feature Will Work on Mobile and Desktop

Wed, 14 Feb 2018 16:02:00 +0000

Last year in June, Google promised to bring some kind of ad blocking functionality to its proprietary Chrome web browser to block ads on websites that aren't compliant with the Better Ads Standards. The search giant explained today, in a detailed blog article, how it decided to implement the ad filtering functionality in its Google Chrome web browser, which will go live tomorrow, February 15, 2018, probably as part of a new stable update on all supported platforms, including Windows, Linux, Mac, Android, and iOS. We already knew that Chrome's upcoming ad blocking feature would consider websites promoting intrusive ads that aren't compliant with the Better Ads Standards, which consists of a total of twelve ad experiences for both mobile and desktop platforms that were discovered to be annoying for many users. As such, Chrome will evaluate a sample of web pages from a website and cou...



Google Says Future Chrome Releases Will Mark all HTTP Sites as "Not Secure"

Thu, 08 Feb 2018 18:45:00 +0000

In an attempt to make the Web more secure and also make more Internet users adopt its Chrome web browser, Google announced today that future Chrome releases would mark all HTTP sites as "Not Secure." The search giant published a statement today on its Chromium blog to inform all Chrome users that the upcoming Google Chrome 68 release that will be out later in the year will automatically mark all HTTP sites as "Not secure." It's Google's attempt to "force" more websites and webmasters to move their domains to the more secure HTTPS (Secure HTTP) protocol that is being adopted by more and more sites each day. HTTPS it known to offer the best encryption these days. "For the past several years, we’ve moved toward a more secure Web by strongly advocating that sites adopt HTTPS encryption," said Google in the statement. "Beginning in July 2018 with the release of Chrome 68, Chrome will mark...



Vivaldi 1.14 Debuts as World's First Web Browser to Feature Vertical Reader Mode

Wed, 31 Jan 2018 08:01:02 +0000

Vivaldi Technologies announced today the release and general availability of the Vivaldi 1.14 web browser, which introduces several new features, optimizations, and bug fixes. Vivaldi 1.14 not only celebrates the project's third anniversary, but it becomes world's first web browser to introduce a vertical reader mode, which will benefit users of Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Japanese, and Korean languages. They can use the new vertical mode to more comfortably view and read texts in their languages in a distraction-free reader mode. "The needs of our users come first, no matter where they live or what language they read, write or speak. The vertical reader mode gives them more flexibility to access content on the Web on their terms," says Jon von Tetzchner. "We are confident that with this unique feature, users of the East Asian languages all across the globe will have yet another reason to choose Vivaldi." Markdown support for Notes, rearrangea...



Google Chrome 64 Rolls Out to Desktops with Meltdown and Spectre Patches

Wed, 24 Jan 2018 21:17:00 +0000

Google has promoted its Chrome 64 web browser to the stable channel today for Linux, Mac, and Windows platforms, finally bringing the patches for the Meltdown and Spectre timing attacks. Chrome 64 has been in beta phase for the past six weeks, though it's been in development since the end of October 2017. It's the first release of the web browser to ship with security fixes to address the Meltdown and Spectre timing attacks. Google has detailed these patches earlier this month. The actual version released today is Google Chrome 64.0.3282.119, and it would appear to include a total of 53 security fixes for various components, including PDFium, Blink, WebAssembly, autofill, WebGL, DevTools, OmniBox, XSS Auditor, and WebUI. More details about these security fixes can be found in the release notes. "The Chrome team is delighted to announce the promotion of Chrome 64 to the stable channel for Windows, Mac and Linux," says Abdul Syed in today's 



Mozilla Firefox 58 "Quantum" Officially Released with Speed Optimizations, More

Tue, 23 Jan 2018 15:49:00 +0000

Mozilla officially released the Firefox 58.0 web browser today, the second major update to the new "Quantum" series, which brings new features and improvements. Firefox 58 "Quantum" is the first release of the web browser to incorporate security fixes to mitigate the Meltdown and Spectre timing attacks by default for new installations. The Firefox 57 "Quantum" series includes these patches only with the 57.0.4 point release. Among other new features implemented in Firefox 58, we can mention a new two-tiered compiler and streaming compilation support to make WebAssembly even faster, enablement of the WebVR technology by default for Mac OS X users, and credit card info...



Mozilla Firefox 58.0 "Quantum" Is Now Available for Download, Here's What's New

Sat, 20 Jan 2018 22:15:00 +0000

Mozilla is now seeding the final release of the Firefox 58.0 "Quantum" web browser on its official mirrors, for Windows, Linux, and macOS platforms, ahead of next week's launch. The company plans to make Firefox 58.0 official next week on January 23, but it looks like the open-source web browser is now available for download from Mozilla's official download servers. Users can grab the new release right now for Linux, macOS, and Windows operating systems, and update their installations. Firefox 58.0 has been in development for the past two months, during which Mozilla's engineers managed to add streaming compilation and a new two-tiered baseline compiler to...



Facepalm: Teens Eating Detergent Banned on YouTube

Thu, 18 Jan 2018 12:50:00 +0000

If you still weren’t sure the apocalypse is nigh, you probably never searched YouTube for Tide Pod challenge videos. Because yes, this is a thing now, and it basically comes down to teenagers eating the color laundry detergent packs for a reason that grownups can’t seem to find. And as it turns out, this is not only stupid and dangerous, but also prohibited on YouTube, as the online video sharing platform says such videos violate its guidelines. As a result, YouTube has started removing content showing people eating detergent (here are some words I never thought I’d write), warning that channels that post such images could be banned completely. On the other hand, clips discussing the matter in an educational manner are still allowed. "YouTube's Community Guidelines prohibit conte...



Mozilla Firefox 58.0 Web Browser Launches Next Week with Another Speed Boost

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 21:57:00 +0000

Mozilla announced today that it will release the Firefox 58.0 web browser next week, after a one week delay, with yet another speed boost by introducing a new streaming and tiering compiler. On January 23, Mozilla plans to release the final version of the Firefox 58.0 web browser for Linux, Windows, and macOS operating systems. Firefox 58.0 is the first release of the web browser to come built-in with the security fixes to address the Meltdown and Spectre timing attacks that could allow an attacker to use malicious scripts to steal your sensitive data like passwords or credit card info. Apart from that, Firefox 58.0 is coming with another speed boost by introducing streaming compilation to allow the web browser to compile the code while it's downloading, as well as a new two-tiered baseline compiler that promises to...



Opera 52 Development Kicks Off with Multi-Tab Selection, Based on Chromium 65

Tue, 16 Jan 2018 17:40:00 +0000

Development of the Opera 52 web browser kicked off today with the first development snapshot, based on the latest Chromium 65 open-source browser and introducing multi-tab selection among other improvements. Now that Opera 51 has entered beta stages of development, it's time for Opera 52 to take its place in the developer channel, and the first snapshot was published today based on Chromium 65.0.3298.4. Opera 52 promises to introduce a new, more convenient way of selecting and copying of multiple web page addresses (URLs) simultaneously and improves the handling of tabs. One of these tab handling improvement is the ability to select multiple tabs at once. Users will be able to select two or more individual tabs only by holding the Ctrl or Command keys and clicking on the respective tabs. It will also be possible ...



Opera 51 Browser Enters Beta with Support for AppleScript and Many New Features

Fri, 12 Jan 2018 01:08:00 +0000

The upcoming Opera 51 web browser was promoted on Thursday to the beta channel, giving users a more in-depth look at what to expect from the final release, which will be available next month. Coming days after the last Opera 51 developer preview, Opera 51 Beta includes numerous improvements and new features, among which we can mention the ability to quickly scroll to the top of the current web page with a single mouse click of the tab, a redesigned Private mode for macOS, a "Back to tab" button for the video pop-out, and a new mechanism for backing up and restoring Opera profiles. "We now have a mechanism for backing up and restoring working profile preferences to help avoid the unintentional alterations of these settings. Whenever profile settings have been read successfully, we create a backup of the files involved...



Opera 51 Web Browser Promises 13% Faster Browsing Speeds, AppleScript Support

Tue, 09 Jan 2018 15:25:00 +0000

Opera's Kornelia Mielczarczyk announced the release of a new Opera 51 developer update, which promises a bump in performance and browsing speed, as well as various other changes. Now that the Opera 50 web browser hit the streets with its anti-Bitcoin mining feature implemented in the built-in ad blocker, it's time for the development team to focus their efforts on the next major release, Opera 51, which promises a 13% increase in browsing speed due to recent string matching algorithm improvements. "Since we’ve released our native ad blocking feature, we’re still working to improve it. Last week, we added the anti-Bitcoin mining tool as an included feature with our ad blocker," says Kornelia Mielczarczyk. "With string matchin...



Opera 50 Debuts as World's First Web Browser with Anti-Bitcoin Mining Protection

Thu, 04 Jan 2018 13:38:00 +0000

Opera Software released today the Opera 50 web browser for GNU/Linux, macOS, and Windows systems, a major release that comes with innovative new features and dozens of improvements. Based on Chromium 63.0.3239.108, Opera 50 appears to be the only major web browser that promised to protect your computer against Bitcoin mining. Dubbed NoCoin, the anti-Bitcoin mining protection has been implemented in Opera's integrated ad blocker, which can be easily enabled in Settings under the Recommended lists of ad filters of the Block ads option. "Everyone is talking about Bitcoins these days. Their sudden rise in value resulted in the fact that more and more people set out to mine them by running shady scripts on the PCs of unsuspecting users," says Krystian Kolondra, EVP Desktop at Opera. "We, as the only major browser with an integrated ad blocker, have a built-in solution to k...



Mozilla Announces Firefox 60 as Next ESR (Extended Support Release) Branch

Fri, 22 Dec 2017 14:28:00 +0000

Mozilla recently announced that the next ESR (Extended Support Release) branch of its open-source and cross-platform web browser would be Firefox 60, due for release next year in early May. Since their initial launch, Firefox ESR releases have become more and more popular among various organizations that aim to offer customers a stable, long-term supported, and reliable browsing experience. Firefox ESR is known to be used in schools, universities, as well as small and medium-sized businesses. The current Firefox ESR branch is based on Firefox 52, but it's nearing its end of life in six months, so Mozilla now plans to promote the upcoming Firefox 60 release to the ESR channel, along with a new policy engine that promises to make Firefox deployments and integration into existing infrastructures a lot simpler for sysadmins. "We want to make customization of Firefox deployments si...



Vivaldi 1.13 Browser Picks Up Minor Update with Chromium 63 Security Patches

Fri, 22 Dec 2017 11:51:00 +0000

Just in time for the Christmas holidays, Vivaldi Technologies released a new update to the stable Vivaldi 1.13 series of the Chromium-based web browser. This is a minor update that improves Vivaldi 1.13 to properly shutdown when using the Exit menu on Windows systems, ensure the Quit menu is handled the same as the ⌘Q keyboard shortcut on the Mac, as well as to make sure Vivaldi closes when Dev Tools are running on a separate window on macOS. Another Dev Tools regression causing the web browser not to fully close after inspections was fixed, along with a crash that could occur when attempting to change the zoom settings in the private window. The new release also backports the latest Chromium 63 security patches and updates various translations. ARM users will now receive updates, again According to Vivaldi developer Ruarí Ødegaard, the team also fixed the browser's Debian rep...



Opera 50 Web Browser Will Bring a Cryptocurrency Mining Protection Feature

Thu, 21 Dec 2017 17:42:00 +0000

Opera Software announced on Thursday the availability of the Release Candidate of the upcoming Opera 50 web browser for all supported platforms. Besides the revamped built-in VPN service, one of the biggest new features coming to the Opera 50 web browser, which should hit the streets in the coming days, is an anti-Bitcoin mining functionality that won't allow cryptocurrency miners to steal your CPU power while you're browsing the Internet. It's a very good feature and it should be implemented by default in all web browsers available on the market. "Bitcoins are really hot right now, but did you know that they might actually be making your computer hotter? Your CPU suddenly working at 100 percent capacity, the fan i...



AIM Shuts Down Today

Fri, 15 Dec 2017 09:32:00 +0000

AIM, also known as AOL Instant Messenger, is shutting down today, as per the parent company’s original announcement released in October this year. Extremely popular during the ‘90s, AIM has slowly but surely lost ground in the rapidly evolving instant messaging world, with large tech companies like Google and Facebook joining the battle with their own services. Both Yahoo Messenger and AIM collapsed following the majority of users moving to products developed by these firms, and now the latter is shutting down its messaging app once and for all. Parent company Oath hasn’t provided a reason for discontinuing its messenger, but it’s not difficult to imagine that the dropping number of users and the high costs of maintaining the infrastructure contributed to this decision. Lots of alternatives to choose from In the October announcement, the company recommended users to create a backup of all their data on AIM or lose it completely,...



Opera 50 Web Browser to Revamp the VPN Service, Moves It to Own Data Centers

Fri, 08 Dec 2017 16:52:00 +0000

The Opera web browser will soon get a major new release that will celebrate 50 releases of the Chromium-based browser for desktops, including GNU/Linux, macOS, and Microsoft Windows operating systems. Opera 50 is currently in beta stages of development, and the latest updated arrived today with the revamped VPN (Virtual Private Network) service that was previously implemented in an Opera 51 Developer build. The built-in, no-log browser VPN service offered by Opera just got a facelift and some new functionality. The first thing users will notice when they'll update to Opera 50 is that the VPN is no longer country-based, but region-based. This means that the current Canada, United States, Germany, Netherlands, and Singapore VPNs will be replaced with Europe, Americas, and Asia. "The colocation of the browser VPN service to our data centers is expected to give increased performance, scalability and balancing capabilities, while keeping it a free and no-log service," ...



Bitcoin Price Surpasses $15,000 Following 1300% Growth in 2017

Thu, 07 Dec 2017 11:58:00 +0000

Bitcoin has just reached a new record as it surpassed the $15,000 threshold only a few minutes ago after another huge growth of 14.9% on Thursday alone. The cryptocurrency is now priced at $15,242.99, up from no less than $1,000 in January this year, bringing total market capitalization to no less than $256 billion. The current price of Bitcoin varies just a little bit depending on tracker, with Bing (which uses data from Coinbase) listing 1 Bitcoin as $15,284, while Google says it’s worth $15,624. Bitcoin posted a growth of no less than 14.9% on Thursday and 50% in the first week of December. Bitcoin hack While only sky seems to be the limit now for Bitcoin, news of surpassing the $15,000 mark comes only a few hours after cryptocurrency mining platform NiceHash got hacked, with attackers running away with no less than $60 million. NiceHash admitted in a press release that its payment system was breached a...



Bitcoin No Longer Supported on Steam As It Reaches $14,000 on Bitstamp

Thu, 07 Dec 2017 07:45:00 +0000

Valve announced that it’s removing support for Bitcoin payments on its gaming platform Steam, only a couple of hours before the cryptocurrency surpassed $14,000 on Bitstamp. Valve says there are two big reasons for no longer allowing Bitcoin payments on Steam, namely high fees and volatility in its value. The company claims that transaction fees have increased to no less than $20, a huge value as compared to the initial fee of just $0.20 when Bitcoin was enabled for the first team on Steam. “Unfortunately, Valve has no control over the amount of the fee,” the company says in the official announcement. Bitcoin now worth more than $14,000 Valve also points to the volatility of Bitcoin as a reason to give up on the cryptocurrency, explaining that this could substantially affect customers who are buying games on Steam. “This creates a problem for customer...



Google Releases Chrome 63 for Linux, Mac, and Windows, Fixes 37 Security Issues

Thu, 07 Dec 2017 00:28:00 +0000

Google on Wednesday promoted the Chrome 63 web browser to the stable channel for all supported operating systems, including GNU/Linux, macOS, and Microsoft Windows. Chrome 63 hit the Beta channel at the end of October, and it promised some significant changes for developers, including a new Device Memory API, async iterators and generators, dynamic module imports, as well as various permissions UI changes. It also brought major Blink engine improvements and other bug fixes. The Blink web browser engine improvements implemented in Chrome 63 improves things like DOM, CSS, HTML, MediaStream, JavaScript, bindings, fonts, network, storage, and sensor. The update also redesigns the chrome://flags page and tweaks the permissions drop-down a bit for a better Google Chrome experience. Chrome 63 also adds support for the "display: minimal-ui" function, allowing web developers ...



Vivaldi 1.14 Development Kicks Off with Sync Feature, You Can Try It Right Now

Wed, 29 Nov 2017 17:04:00 +0000

Now that Vivaldi 1.13 is out, Vivaldi Technologies have just kicked off the development of their upcoming Vivaldi 1.14 web browser a nd were more than happy to inform Softpedia today on the availability of the first snapshot, which ships with the long-anticipated Sync functionality. Probably the most requested feature of Vivaldi, the synchronization functionality is finally here, allowing users to sync their settings across multiple installations of the web browsers on different computers, but it also comes in handy when migrating from one computer to another. Vivaldi Sync is currently still in development, yet it's capable of syncing your bookmarks, stored passwords, notes, browsing history, as well as other data. Best of all, all the data in encrypted end-to-end, so you can rest assured that Vivaldi won't be able to read your pe...



Vivaldi 1.13 Web Browser Officially Out with New Window Panel, Better Downloads

Wed, 22 Nov 2017 08:00:00 +0000

Vivaldi Technologies announced on Wednesday the release and immediate availability for download of the Vivaldi 1.13 web browser, a new stable release that introduces more new features and dozens of improvements. Work on Vivaldi 1.13 started two months ago, on September 21, 2017, and since then the web browser received no less than eleven snapshots that brought all the goodies listed at a glance in the next paragraphs. This release is built on top of the latest Chromium 62 open-source web browser and it's the first of many to come to rely more on built-in functionality than add-ons. Highlights of Vivaldi 1.13 include a new window panel that promises to give users more control over their tabs and helps them manage multiple tabs at once more easily. As you can see in the video attached below, the window panel opens a tree-style view of your tabs on the side of the browser's window, but for now it only works per window. "Vivaldi offers more built-in options for managi...



Top Websites Are Using Keyloggers Recording Even Passwords, Research Shows

Wed, 22 Nov 2017 07:25:00 +0000

Well over 400 high profile websites are collecting all the keys that you’ve pressed, and it turns out that most of them don’t even know about it. When we hear the word keylogger, we imagine some sort of nefarious software installed on computers, without the knowledge of the users, collecting data regarding the keys pressed and sending them to third parties. That’s so yesterday, and we really miss those times. It was clear that keyloggers were evil and that they could be dealt with the help of an antivirus software for example. Now, we’re living in a new world and keyloggers are embedded in websites, and there’s nothing that the users can do about them. Most of the time, people don’t even suspect that what they are tying is being recorded. Not your average and shady website You must also imagine that only websites of questionable repute are subject to such practices, but that that’s not the case. According to



Opera 51 Development Kicks Off Based on Chromium 64, Updates Private Mode on Mac

Wed, 15 Nov 2017 15:02:00 +0000

After promoting last week the upcoming Opera 50 web browser to the beta channel, Opera Software refreshed the developer channel with the initial release of Opera 51. That's right, development of the Opera 51 was kicked off, and it's based on the latest Chromium 64 open-source web browser. The Opera 51.0.2776.0 developer snapshot is out with support for remembering pinned tabs after a restart, which appears to work even if you choose the "Open a specific page or set of pages" or "Open the start page" options. In addition, Opera 51 promises to redesign the private mode window for users of the macOS operating system to make it look more like the rest of the web browser's design. On top of that, there's now also a new animation you can see in the s...



Opera 50 Enters Beta with Chromecast Support, Adds Bitcoin & Litecoin Conversion

Sat, 11 Nov 2017 13:20:00 +0000

Just one day after promoting the Opera 49 web browser to the stable channel, Opera Software announced the promotion of the upcoming major release, Opera 50, to the beta channel. That's right, Opera 50 entered beta stages of development, which means that it's now a bit more stable if you plan on using instead of the Opera 49 stable release because of its exciting new features, such as Chromecast support, a new, simpler way to save web pages as PDF documents, and support for cryptocurrencies. Some of these features have already been revealed when Opera 50 was still in the developer channel, but we'd like to remind you that Opera 50 Beta supports Chromecast playback, which can be enabled from Settings/Preferences -> Browser -> User interface -...



Opera 49 Web Browser Released with Advanced Screenshot Tool, Built-In VR Player

Wed, 08 Nov 2017 16:13:00 +0000

Opera Software released today the final Opera 49 web browser for all supported platforms, a release that introduces numerous new features and an extra layer of performance improvements. Opera 49 has been in development for the past several months, and since we've pretty much covered its entire development cycle, you should already know which are some of the most prominent features  included in this release, starting with the built-in, advanced screenshot tool and VR 360 player, and continuing with the ability to rearrange extensions in the toolbar and the refined private browsing mode. "Opera became the first browser to provide support for 360-degree videos to be played directly into virtual reality headsets. Owners of HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and other OpenVR-compatible devices can now easily view the quickly-growing library of awesome 360-degree content," said Krystian Kolondra, EVP Desktop at Opera Software in today's



Finally, Twitter Doubles the Character Limit of Tweets to 280 Characters

Wed, 08 Nov 2017 02:26:00 +0000

Twitter announced today that it finally lift the 140 character limit of tweets on its social networking platform, allowing users worldwide to tweet longer tweets composed of up to 280 characters. In September, Twitter launched an experimental program, which was available only to a limited numbers of users, to test the 280-characters limit on tweets and see how their infrastructure would react, as well as to monitor if the speed of their platform remains unchanged. Apparently, the experiment was a success, and now Twitter is rolling out the 280-character limit to all languages that need it (see below for languages that don't need 280 characters). During their research, they also discovered that only 5% of tweets were longer than 140 characters, and only 2% passed 190 characters. "During the first few days of the test many people Tweeted the full 280 limit because it wa...



Latest Opera 49 Beta Improves the Built-In VR 360 Player, Supports Ubuntu 17.10

Mon, 30 Oct 2017 15:13:00 +0000

Opera Software pushed today a new beta build of its upcoming Opera 49 web browser for all supported platforms, bringing back the built-in VR 360 player, which has been greatly improved. It won't be long until Opera 49 hits the streets as the new stable release of the Chromium-based web browser, and today's Opera 49.0.2725.31 Beta RC build marks the return of the built-in VR 360 player for watching 360-degree videos from the Web directly into a supported virtual reality headset. Opera 49 will be world's first web browser to support 360-degree videos, allowing owners of Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, or any other OpenVR-compatible VR headset to enjoy immersive virtual reality content without having to download the videos and play them in a third-...



Google Pushes Chrome 63 Into Beta with Dynamic Module Imports, Device Memory API

Sun, 29 Oct 2017 16:15:00 +0000

Google recently pushed the Chrome 63 web browser for beta testing for all supported platforms, giving us a heads up to what we should expect from this release when it hits stable next month. Google Chrome 63 now lives in the Beta channel pocket, and it can be installed on Chrome OS, Linux, Android, Mac, and Windows operating systems. It promises big changes for developers, including dynamic module imports, a new Device Memory API, permissions UI changes, as well as async generators and iterators. "Currently, importing JavaScript modules is completely static, and developers cannot import modules based on runtime conditions, like whether a user is logged in. Start...



Vivaldi 1.13 Web Browser Promises New Window Panel and Download Close Dialog

Thu, 26 Oct 2017 18:05:00 +0000

Vivaldi's Ruarí Ødegaard is back and he's sharing with us today the latest innovations that are coming to Vivaldi 1.13, the next major release of the Chromium-based web browser. Based on Chromium 62.0.3202.63, Vivaldi Snapshot 1.13.997.3 is now available for testing on all supported platforms (see download links below), and it promises to introduce new features like a Window Panel to make the life of Vivladi users who use dozens of tabs per session, and a download close dialog. "A very frequent request since the start of the Vivaldi journey has been a Windows panel," said Ruarí Ødegaard, QA and Testing at Vivaldi. "The point of this panel is to make life easier for those of you working with many tabs. It makes it simple to sort, search (through titles) and manage multiple tabs at once." Designed to work only per window, the new Window Panel feature will be improved in a future release of the Vivaldi web browser with more functionality, depending on users' requests...