• Pirate Bay unveils bespoke browser to bypass censorship

    Pirate Bay unveils bespoke browser to bypass censorship

    The Pirate Bay (TPB), a Swedish-based website that hosts torrent files and magnet links to enable PC users to share content, has launched its very own internet browser that can circumvent censorship.

  • Opera drops its lawsuit against Trond Hansen

    Opera drops its lawsuit against Trond Hansen

    A couple of weeks ago, Opera Software, which makes the Opera browser, was announced to have brought a $3.4 million lawsuit against former longtime employee Trond Werner Hansen.  The suit, filed last year, alleged that he took proprietary secrets to Mozilla, makers of the popular Firefox and other browsers, and demanded 20 million Norwegian Krone
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  • Firefox, Facebook, and Twitter Lead Usage Amonst Web Browsers & Apps

    Firefox, Facebook, and Twitter Lead Usage Amonst Web Browsers & Apps

    GigaOM is reporting that the new leaders in browsing and Web apps are Firefox, Facebook, and Twitter.  This data comes from site usage tracker Wakoopa, an Amsterdam-based company whose numbers many will say are skewed due to the way they’re gathered. While this might be true, the main numbers–for browsers and major sites–are close to
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