PLAY FAIR! A new report commissioned by Mozilla discloses that Microsoft uses harmful designs and deceptive tricks to get its Edge browser in front of Windows users, leaving its rivals at a disadvantage.
AI ON CHROME As expected, Google Chrome is hopping onto the AI bandwagon with a host of new features designed to improve the browsing experience for users.
NO REGULATION Microsoft Edge and Bing might be exempted from DMA regulation. This is because they don't meet the threshold to warrant regulation by the European watchdog.
COPILOT PRO A week after Microsoft unveiled its new paid subscription for Microsoft Copilot, Copilot Pro. Several users have raised concerns on social media, citing performance issues and slow load times.
DMA COMPLIANT Google will let you use Edge and Bing as the default browser and search engine on your devices.
AI everywhere Microsoft is testing new Copilot and Bing shortcuts within the Edge screenshot tool. It's the latest push from the company to get Copilot in front of more users.
Speeding up A change to Chromium recently entered testing. The improvement should result in better browser load times and performance by expanding the prefetch range.
Ads galore Streaming videos on YouTube is getting ridiculously hard with millions of ads, and Google's crackdown on ad blockers isn't making the situation any better.
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