When using your iPad for browsing, you will opt in for its default browser known as Safari, but there are also alternatives like the Dolphin, Mercury, Atomic, Skyfire, and Opera Mini. If you notice, the biggest consumer platform Mozilla is absent.
Good news for the Mozilla fans, the company is on the way – developing its application and getting ready to enter the iOS. The browser is called ‘Junior’.
Still in the testing stage, Junior is the simplest browser in iPad having only a few buttons – a plus symbol for accessing pages, bookmarks . . . → Read More: Mozilla is Getting Ready to Enter iOS
Once again, Google is facing another lawsuit because of the Auto-complete feature.
Many French anti-discrimination agencies filed a lawsuit against the popular search engine for apparently proclaiming unpermitted and systematic associations involving celebrities along with their “Jewishness” by Google’s auto-complete feature, as reported by The Hollywood Reporter.
SOS Racisme, a French anti-racist NGO, as well as several anti-racism organizations are scheduled for a hearing on Wednesday for a lawsuit which claims that Google is “overseeing the creation of what is probably the biggest Jewish file in history” with auto-complete suggestion feature that connect well-known individuals, for instance Rupert . . . → Read More: Google Once Again Sued for Auto-complete Feature
Microsoft’s search engine named Bing will give English-language search results for Baidu, the biggest search engine of China, according to the announcement of the company.
More features of the agreement, including its financial terms, were not revealed.
The progress pursues choice of Google in the previous year to pull its search engine from mainland of China, following a high-profile dust-up over censorship of search results. The Google.cn page currently redirects visitors to Google’s Hong Kong search site when they try to enter terms into the search bar.
Baidu holds about 80% of the . . . → Read More: Biggest Chinese Search Engine, to be Powered by Microsoft’s Bing