From Sunrise sunset and Adblock ads, to Insider deals, Xbox goodies, Spotify success, the Health-Band rebrand, and public masturbation, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
...of Microsoft highs and lows, Windows 10 wonders, and Nintendo's big Switch
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Two of the most anticipated extensions for the Microsoft Edge browser are now available: AdBlock and AdBlock Plus. Insiders must be on a version of Windows 10 that supports extensions.
Samsung has unveiled a new update to its Samsung Internet browser that will allow users to block ads. The update is only available for devices running Marshmallow and will arrive later for Lollipop.
Yahoo is apparently starting to prohibit some users from accessing its mail service if a browser has an ad-blocker installed. The company says that this is part of a test, affecting only a few users.
A number of users have started complaining that the latest version of Google Chrome is not only bypassing the popular AdBlock Plus extensions but also stopping users from skipping ads.
Say goodbye to pesky mobile ads as Eyeo, the team behind AdBlock Plus, have released a new beta of an Android browser that disables all those annoying ads that stop you actually browsing the web.
Mozilla has revealed that one of the most popular Firefox plugins, AdBlock Plus, can potentially consume megabytes, or even gigabytes, of RAM on users' machines during browsing.
AdBlock has launched a crowd sourced fund raising campaign that it says will help to start a series of promotions that, ironically, will showcase its software that blocks Internet ads from websites.
AdBlock Plus has launched a preview version of their popular ad-blocking browser extension for Internet Explorer, enabling those who can't stand ads to block them using a rough-around-the-edges tool
Last week, Firefox reached its 3 billionth add-on download and for that occasion Mozilla has made up a list of the most popular Firefox add-ons, with Adblock Plus leading the scoreboard
Neowin and its members have compiled a list of their favourite Firefox add-ons they can't live without. The list was compiled out of the top 10 add-ons members have installed. #10 IE Tab:...
A quiet war has broken out between the authors of AdBlock Plus and NoScript and money is on the table. Both are trying to outdo each other by disabling each other's functionality. The issue...