Firefox will soon start blocking trackers by default

Firefox will soon start to block thousands of web trackers by default, protecting users from many websites, analytics companies, and advertisers that want to follow their paths across the web. The change should speed up the browser and keep users’ web habits more private, while nudging advertisers toward less invasive practices. The changes are a […]

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Firefox to mute default auto playing videos from this month

Mozilla has recently announced that in its upcoming Firefox 66, it will automatically mute any autoplaying video unless the user actively clicks the play button, via TechCrunch. In its blog post today Mozilla is defining auto playing video as any playback that happens before the user has interacted with a page via a mouse click, printable key […]

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Qualcomm and Mozilla will launch a native version of Firefox browser for Windows on ARM

Qualcomm has announced today that it is working with Mozilla to bring a compatible version of Firefox to Snapdragon powered Windows computers on ARM. The new 64-bit version of Firefox will be optimized to run on these computers for better performance. Firefox is now making each browser tab run on individual cores in the CPU […]

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