DuckDuckGo Previews Desktop Web Browser

Fans of DuckDuckGo are probably familiar with the company’s mobile web browser, but there’s a desktop version coming in 2022 too. And DuckDuckGo just offered a short preview in a post highlighting its privacy accomplishments over the past year. “Like we’ve done on mobile, DuckDuckGo for desktop will redefine user…

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Adobe Announces Creative Cloud Express for Web and Mobile

Adobe today announced the immediate availability of Creative Cloud Express, a new web and mobile app for creatives. “Everyone has a story to tell and it’s our mission to empower everyone to express their ideas,” Adobe executive vice president Scott Belsky said. “In this unique time, where millions of people…

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Firefox 95 Arrives with RLBox Security Feature

Mozilla has announced the immediate availability of Firefox 95, which adds a security feature called RLBox across all platforms. “In Firefox 95, we’re shipping a novel sandboxing technology called RLBox that makes it easy and efficient to isolate sub-components to make the browser more secure,” Mozilla’s Bobby Holley explains. “This…

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Tip: Thinking About Teams Essentials? Don’t!

Microsoft announced Teams Essentials yesterday, and it seems like a great deal at just $4 per month per user. But the firm offers an even better deal. And it makes Teams Essentials, well, non-essential. No, I’m not talking about the free version of Microsoft Teams, though that is also an…

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Vivaldi 5.0 Arrives on Desktop, Android

Vivaldi has announced the latest major update to its flagship web browser on Windows, Linux, macOS, and Android. On desktop, Vivaldi 5.0 adds Shareable themes, Translate Panel with automatic translations, and more. And on Android, Vivaldi comes with two rows of tabs, as with the desktop version, a first on…

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Hands-On with DuckDuckGo App Tracking Protection

Last week, DuckDuckGo announced that it was adding App Tracking Protection to its mobile app on Android, and the firm was nice enough to give me an invite to the beta. And from what I can tell over several days of usage, this feature works quite well. And I’m more…

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Mozilla Firefox is Now Available in the Microsoft Store

Mozilla announced this morning that its flagship Firefox web browser is now available via the Microsoft Store in Windows 11 and 10. “Firefox desktop is the first major browser to become available in the Windows Store for Windows 10 and Windows 11 users,” Mozilla announced. “Previously, if you were on…

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Microsoft to Kill OneDrive for Windows 7, 8, 8.1 in Early 2022

Microsoft revealed this week that it will no longer support OneDrive on Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 starting on March 1, 2022. “In order to focus resources on new technologies and operating systems, and to provide users with the most up-to-date and secure experience, beginning January 1, 2022, updates will…

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Microsoft Ignite: More News from the Show

Microsoft Ignite is the software giant’s biggest conference, and while it’s still virtual this time around, there’s a lot more to report. Here’s a quick overview of some of the other news from Ignite that I think will be of interest to readers. Windows 11. Microsoft’s latest client OS is…

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Adobe Photoshop is Coming to the Web

In addition to delivering major Photoshop updates on desktop and iPad, Adobe today announced it is bringing Photoshop to the web. The firm also announced updates across other Creative Cloud apps and services, including Lightroom, Illustrator, Premiere Pro, After Effects, Fresco, Behance, Adobe Stock, and more. “Today at Adobe MAX…

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