Benchmarks showed that most ad blockers don't make network requests much slower.
The intent is to put the Web content first. This sounds familiar.
Regrettably, humans still have to write the code in the first place.
There's just one small downside: It breaks the Web.
Firefox's policy is much simpler, and much stricter, than Chrome's.
Emulator runs on Mac OS X, Android, and Raspberry Pi—no system files or ROM required.
The APIs that ad blockers depend on are also popular among malicious extensions.
Previously private repos were exclusive to paid accounts.
Open source browser tries to avoid publicizing your dirtier computing habits.
Preliminary work is already done, with a look akin to incognito mode.
Analysis: Microsoft adopting Chromium puts the Web in a perilous place.
An unnecessary coupling between browser and operating system made compatibility too hard.
The move would further cement the desktop browser monoculture.
HTTP is switching to a protocol layered on top of UDP.
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