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Israel-based Hola said it is working to fix the problems and will undertake a security review
If you use Hola to route around regional restrictions. You might want to think twice about that.
Need to see that New York Times article again, but you just lost your Internet connection? If you've got Chrome or Firefox you can still get to it.
Being sent from an app to a web browser will be a lot less jarring in Android M.
Love keyboard shortcuts? But just want one set to fast forward, rewind, and play/pause? Try out Streamkeys for Chrome.
Mozilla already includes limited advertising in Firefox's new tab page, and will soon expand that effort with Suggested Tiles.
Forget about the add-on, the Adblock Plus mobile browser is here.
Google Tone broadcasts addresses through sound that's inaudible to humans.
Only need VPN-like protection for your browser and not your whole desktop? Check out TunnelBear for Chrome and Chrome OS.
A researcher developed code that can trick Safari into showing a different URL in its address bar than the one currently loaded.
Tired of dealing with Wikipedia's aging interface? Give the Wikiwand Chrome extension a try.
Extensions for Windows and Mac will have to be installed from Google's Web Store, a small handful of restricted business and developer exceptions aside.
Firefox 38 arrives with its most controversial feature yet: a content decryption module that enables users to watch copy-protected HTML5-based video.
Microsoft still has a lot of work to do on its browser overhaul. Here are the features it's promising after launch.
If you need help discerning colors online this new Chrome extension from Google could help.