Posts Tagged “browsers”

Browser, Get Ready for the Smaller Screen!

Posted on October 29th, 2012 by Jake Neeley

Just like in physics, where events unfolding before our eyes in the real world don’t seem to bear much correlation to what’s happening at the quantum or microscopic level, such is the situation in web browser usage when comparing desktops to mobile devices. Using NetMarketShare as the source for Internet statistics we see the interesting…

Location-aware Browsing Steps Out of the Shadows: Why Firefox Wants to Track You!

Posted on October 12th, 2012 by Jake Neeley

It seems you cannot switch on an app or open a web page without being asked: –          Can [we] track your current location:  Allow / Don’t  Allow This flood first began with a trickle, manifesting itself in changes to search engine behavior, particularly Google, who started asking small business owners to create Google Place listings…

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