Ecosia has announced that Tuesday's search efforts have funded 5,000 new trees in California and an additional 7,500 trees in Byron Bay, Australia, where forests struggle to regenerate naturally.
Ecosia has said that all searches on July 27 will generate revenue that will go to Australia, Brazil, and the U.S. to help tackle wildfires that are being exacerbated by rising global temperatures.
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.
Ecosia has announced that it now partially owns TreeCard, a firm that makes wooden debit cards. The search provider said that purchases with the card will fund its tree-planting efforts worldwide.
The ethical search engine, Ecosia, has announced that it has almost planted 100 million trees since its launch at the very end of 2009. It should reach the milestone sometime later this week.
Ecosia is set to become a default option in the mobile version of Google Chrome. It comes after Ecosia refused to bid to appear on the search provider choice screen across the European Union.
Ecosia has announced that it funded over 26,000 trees yesterday during its special event to help Australian wildlife recover from the recent bushfires that engulfed parts of the country for weeks.
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Mozilla now lets you add custom search engines in the nightly version of Firefox Preview for Android. The firm added some pre-defined engines such as Ecosia but also lets you add new ones.
The search engine, Ecosia, which focuses on turning ad revenue into trees, has announced that it's tree counter was sped up recently thanks to the number of searches, by users, growing.
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.