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With BrowserID, you are in control of your entire personal information and online behavioral data. Moreover, BrowserID will allow pseudonyms and multiple identities too.

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Google Chrome 21 Beta Introduces Native Support for Webcams and Gamepads

Google Chrome 21 has hit the beta channels. New features include native support for hardware peripherals like webcams and gamepads.

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Chrome is Blocking extesnions and apps with a message saying Extensions, apps and user scripts can only be added from the Chrome Web Store.

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Google is introducing a new feature called Event Pages that will allow developers to create Chrome extensions that will automatically be unloaded when not in use.

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Avoid Being Misinformed with Rbutr

Rbutr is a browser extension that tries to use crowd-sourcing to fight disinformation and break the filter bubble.

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With every click of the mouse and every touch of the screen, we are like Hansel and Gretel leaving breadcrumbs of our personal information everywhere we travel through the digital woods. Collusion for Firefox sheds light on how personal data is tracked across website.

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According to the latest figures from StatCounter, for the first time ever, Google Chrome has become one of the most popular Web browsers worldwide, surpassing Microsoft’s Internet Explorer. Chrome has taken an overall lead with 32.76 percent share, while IE has drastically dipped to 31.94 percent.

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Firefox 13 Will Have a Reset Button

Firefox 13 will include a new troubleshooting feature that will allow users to reset Firefox to its default state while retaining personal data like saved passwords and bookmarks.

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Mozilla is working on a new Firefox design called “Australis”, that will offer a unified experience for Firefox across platforms and form factors. Soft textures, smooth curves, and a streamlined experience will be the cornerstones of the redesigned Firefox.

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While Google Chrome has shipped with SPDY for a long time now, although Firefox had SPDY present from version 11 onwards, it was turned off by default. Finally, after a series of bug fixes, SPDY has made it to the latest beta of Firefox 13.

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The latest beta of Chrome features an “Other devices” option in the “New Tab” page that provides access to open tabs from any system (desktop as well as mobile).

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PDF.js is a well known script that renders PDF files with HTML and JavaScript successfully. It can be installed as an extension but the latest nightly version of Firefox 14 ships with PDF.js built in.

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Microsoft has created a new application class to accommodate third party web browsers, which would have had a tough time working solely with the restrictive WinRT API. Mozilla and Google are two browser developers that have already confirmed working on a Metro edition.

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After remaining undefeated for four consecutive years, Google Chrome was finally taken down this year by hackers at Pwn2Own and Pwnium. Zero-day vulnerabilities present in Chrome were used to bypass the browser’s sandbox.

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Google Chrome already runs Adobe Flash in a sandbox, and the Pepper API will allow it to go cross-platform with its plugin support. Moreover, the Pepper API will provide Flash for both x86 and x64 installations, although Adobe killed Flash for x64 Linux desktops back in June 2010.

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