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Apple Is Removing ‘Do Not Track’ From Safari

Do Not Track is apparently dead, and Apple is now taking steps to shed itself of the failed privacy project. Read More >>

internet
Speed Up Your Web Browsing With These Browser Extensions

You probably spend a lot of your computing time travelling across the web in your browser of choice, which means any ways of speeding up that browser time is going to add a serious boost to your productivity. Install these extensions to supercharge your browsing and get everything done on the web that little bit quicker. Read More >>

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It’s Time to Audit All the Extensions You’ve Installed on Your Browser

A lot of what we do on our computers goes through the browser, and that means any extensions you choose to add on top of that browser have a very privileged position: They can see where you’re going online, they can see the data you’re passing to and from the web, and they can send and receive data themselves. Read More >>

internet
How to Reset All of Your Browsers Back to Square One

Like an operating system reinstall, resetting your web browser can fix all kinds of problems and improve performance at the same time—squash annoying bugs, clear out dodgy and outdated extensions and get a browser that’s good as new with a hard reset. Here’s how to carry it out on all the major browsers. Read More >>

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Why I Can’t Quit Chrome

Google Chrome was released to the world 10 years ago today. I’ve been using the browser since it launched on OS X in 2009, and let me tell you what, I feel trapped now. This power-hogging, data-gobbling piece of software is where I spend most of my days, although not necessarily because I want it this way. As hard as I’ve tried, I just can’t quit Chrome. Read More >>

internet
How to Switch Browsers Without Losing Everything

Impressed with the new spit and polish of Firefox Quantum? Or ready to return to the warm embrace of Safari? We now carry so much of our digital lives around with us in our browsers that switching isn’t all that straightforward—here’s how to make sure you take everything with you when you jump from one to the other. Read More >>

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Whoops, Spotify’s Web Player No Longer Works on Apple’s Safari Browser

Music streaming service Spotify no longer officially supports Apple’s Safari browser, and Safari users who attempt to access it say they are being redirected to use another browser or download Spotify’s desktop client. Read More >>

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Here’s How Safari Will Keep Ads From Stalking You Around the Internet

Safari is getting an update that will prevent those annoying ads that follow you from one website to the next as you browse the internet, encouraging you to hurry up and buy that one item you looked at on Amazon two weeks ago. Read More >>

security
Chinese Hackers Pocket Thousands for Cracking Safari, Pixel and Flash

A Chinese bounty-hunting hack-fest has seen some of today's hottest new things -- and Flash -- hacked to pieces once again, with the wunderkinds walking away with a total prize kitty of more than £400,000 for making their hacks public. Read More >>

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Your Browser’s Private Mode Isn’t as Secret as You Think

Your browser’s private or incognito mode can be useful for many reasons, but you should always know what it is – and more importantly isn’t – hiding. Here’s exactly what’s happening when you launch a private window. Read More >>

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Safari Crashing on iPhone and Mac? Here’s a Quick Fix

Lots of Mac and iPhone users appear to be struggling with Safari this morning, with Apple's browser crashing whenever you try to search from the address bar. Fortunately, Twitter’s full of clever developer types, who’ve pinpointed the problem. Assuming you haven't unwittingly clicked on the now-infamous 'Crash Safari' link, Safari Suggestions appears to be at fault. Thankfully, the fix is very straightforward. Here's what you need to do: Read More >>

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This is How the “CrashSafari” iPhone Reboot Prank Works

Did you fall foul of the CrashSafari.com iPhone exploit this week? The one where a single web link uses code to create a self-generating text string that sends your Apple smartphone over the edge, forcing it to reboot? Read More >>

ios
There’s an Easy Way To Quickly Disable iOS 9’s Content Blocking in Safari

If you’ve got that new and improved iOS 9, then Safari now includes content blocking capabilities. These blockers are enabled or disabled through the Safari section of Settings, but if you want to temporarily view a site in the way its makers intended then there’s a quick shortcut. Read More >>

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Apple’s Great New Developer Program Screws Over Safari Devs

During the last few days of the World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC), Apple announced major changes to its developer programs. Gone are the different programs — and different fees — that developers for iOS, OS X, and watch OS previously had to pay. And that’s great! Except, one of the most under-appreciated dev communities has been screwed over. Read More >>

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New Safari Offers Three Hours of Extra Netflix

Apple has just announced that the newest version of Safari will give you an extra two hours of battery life compared with using Chrome or Firefox. Also mentioned was that it would give you over three hours of Netflix streaming. Read More >>