Firefox now supports the newest internet security protocol
Last Friday, the Internet Engineering Task Force released the final version of TLS 1.3. This is a major update to TLS 1.2, the security protocol that secures much of the web...
18 hours ago - TechCrunch - 2 articles
Firefox has a decade-old bug that serves users Apple and crypto scams
But odd 'drag and drop' flaw is unlikely too much of a threat
5 days ago - The Inquirer
Mozilla uses AI to serve up suggested content in Firefox
It's like Stumbleupon only... well, no, it's Stumbleupon, basically
5 days ago - The Inquirer
NewTV secures $1B in seed funding, Firefox Advance tries to predict the web video - CNET
Today's major tech stories include impressive funding for NewTV, surprisingly few people using Alexa for shopping and Firefox's latest extension predicting sites you'd want to...
5 days ago - CNET
Mozilla's latest Firefox test: Can this new tool really tell where you should go next?
Mozilla is testing out a new recommender system but it will share your web browsing history with a third party.
6 days ago - ZDnet - 2 articles
Firefox Advance experiment uses third-party AI to recommend sites
Mozilla has always presented Firefox as the champion of open source and privacy on the Web, at least in contrast to the likes of Google Chrome. That doesn't mean it hadn't had...
6 days ago - SlashGear - 2 articles
Lilbits 324: Samsung's 4TB consumer SSDs are coming
Solid state drives are faster, more energy efficient, and harder to break than hard drives. But they also tend to be more expensive and come in smaller capacities. So while...
6 days ago - Liliputing - 2 articles
Firefox experiment suggests articles based on your web history
You can already save articles for later viewing in Firefox thanks to Pocket integration. That's not going to help you find articles, however, and it's all too tempting to stick...
6 days ago - Engadget - 2 articles
Firefox Test Pilot introduces smart ‘Advance' extension to help you explore the web
Mozilla's Firefox web browser announced today a new experimental extension called Advance that uses machine learning to help users more contextually and intuitively surf the...
6 days ago - TechCrunch - 2 articles
Firefox Advance tries leading you to new places you'll like on the web - CNET
Remember the excitement of discovering the web?
6 days ago - CNET - 2 articles
The headlines of HighGeekly
Nvidia's Turing-powered Quadro GPUs are 'first' built for ray-tracing
But you probably can't afford them
Apple's 'inexpensive' MacBook Air might arrive in October
Quantum is expected to see a spike in orders in the fourth quarter
Fortnite on Android a dangerous slippery slope
It started innocently enough. Android users are no stranger to iOS getting first dibs on apps and games, as long as they eventually get their share. At first, it seemed that...
Pie in The Face: Big Android P Bug Discovered
Pixel users report bugs after upgrading to Android Pie.
Chinese Tesla rival Nio files to raise $1.8 billion in US IPO
Tesla may be looking to go private , but Chinese rival Nio is going the other way after it filed to raise $1.8 billion in an IPO on the New York Stock Exchange. Nio was started...
The US President bans the use of some Huawei and ZTE products within the...
Huawei and ZTE have been the center of government attention for a while now. ZTE was almost banned entirely from the States, while Huawei faced pressure when it tried to enter...
Galaxy Note 9 release date, specs and price: 512GB 'Ocean Blue' model sells...
All other configurations are still available to pre-order
Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro: le smartphone passe à 199€
La version desimlockée 64 Go du milieu de gamme de Samsung est dispo pour moins de 200€ sur eBay. Une très bonne affaire.
The Morning After: NVIDIA's graphics upgrade and taking Tesla private
NVIDIA just launched its biggest graphical advance since 2006, and kids are well-equipped to hack election results. Also, Azealia Banks and Elon Musk have different stories to...
Google apps are recording your location, even when you turn tracking off
This could be the biggest GDPR fail yet