I investigated how web browsers treat your configures location sharing permissions and policies in private browsing mode.
MacOS has a weird default browser plug-in that loads itself into all web browsers. Apple uses the plugin to monitor what web browsers people are using.
Opera re-releases new builds for Linux desktop users after dropping support for one year during the Presto–Chromium transition.
Safari 8 wants you to use more than one search engine. Its address field auto-discovers and installs OpenSearch providers to get you where you’re going quicker.
Here’s how to make your website appear as a suggested search provider in Safari’s new Quick Website Search feature.
The new Preloading feature in Internet Explorer 11 is designed to speed up your web browsing. It also transmits a lot of information to Microsoft.
Apple knows malicious software will try to change your default web browser. However, do the new settings-preserving protections go too far?
Apple wants you to use Safari real bad and send aggressive marketing notifications if you’re using a third-party web browser.
How to make your website appear as a suggested search engine in Microsoft Edge using the OpenSearch auto-discovery protocol.
The reading mode in your web browser is an alternate rendering mode not based on any standards. Web browser vendors can’t even agree on what URI schema to use.
How Microsoft Edge (legacy) detects and uses favicons, colors, and other website assets for use on its New Tab Page (NTP.)
Sleipnir auto-discovers news feeds (‘RSS’) from your most visited websites and curates a personal news feed on its New Tab Page (NTP.)