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Vivaldi and Brave have announced that they will disable FLoC ad tracking in their Chromium-based web browsers. The declarations come after Google said it had begun trialling the technology in Chrome.
Ecosia has announced that it's now available as a default search provider in the Brave web browser. This will open the search engine up to Brave's 24 million active users and help to drive traffic.
The niche web browser, Brave, has announced the initial implementation of IPFS. It allows users to access content on distributed IPFS nodes directly from the browser, boosting internet resilience.
The Brave web browser now has 20 million monthly active users and 7 million daily active users according to its maker. These new figures represent a 2.3 times increase compared to this time last year.
Brave web browser now has native support for Internet Archive's Wayback Machine. If you land on a dead page, you'll get an option to load a saved version of the page sourced from the Internet Archive.
A build of the Brave browser compiled by a Windows Insider MVP supports ARM64 PCs natively. The efforts were acknowledged by the team, suggesting that it might make it to the official version.
Brave Software has announced the availability of Brave 1.0. While the release isn't particularly groundbreaking, iOS users are now allowed to use the Brave Rewards system to fund websites.
Google has announced that Chrome 82 will lose for FTP URLs and will instead try to open a third-party program capable of handling FTP links. The decision could affect Opera, Vivaldi, and Brave too.
Several technology companies have backed a new amendment to California's upcoming privacy laws. The amendment extends protections for end users; it was largely backed by privacy-first firms.
The team behind the fledgling web browser, Brave, has published a new beta which includes some big changes concerning the UI and private browsing, which now uses Tor for added security.
The team behind the Brave browser has announced that it now has three million monthly active users and that it's in the Top 10s under "free communication apps" on Android in 21 countries.
With 20 percent of all smartphone users opting for ad-blockers, the online advertising business is set to suffer a major setback in developing markets where mobile internet is dominant.
Internet Explorer has lost its top spot to Google's Chrome. Internet Explorer has been declining heavily for the past few months while Chrome's usage grew. Firefox also fell into single digits.
Brendan Eich, Mozilla's Ex-CEO, has unveiled a new browser called Brave. The browser aims to strike a balance between user privacy and being fair to publishers, ensuring they get ad revenues.
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