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Ecosia to join Chrome v81 default search engine choices

Ecosia, the Berlin-based search engine that uses its ad revenue for reforestation efforts, will be included among Chrome version 81’s default search engine choices in the U.S., UK, Germany, France and 43 other markets, TechCrunch first reported Thursday. Ecosia will be joining Google, Bing, Yahoo! and DuckDuckGo, which was added to the list this time …

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Default Search in Chrome Switched to Bing for Office 365 ProPlus users

In a move that taps into the default effect, Microsoft’s Office 365 ProPlus (version 2002+) has coupled up with Bing to make Bing the default search engine for Google Chrome web browser for devices in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, India, United Kingdom, and the United States. Why would they do this? Microsoft Search comes with …

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DuckDuckGo is Now a Default Search Engine Option on Android in the EU

DuckDuckGo will soon be offered as an option for default search engine on Android devices across the EU. European regulators are forcing Google to present Android users with the option to choose their own default search engine. The option to choose default search providers has always been available on Android devices, but it’s something users …

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Open Webpages by Default in Chrome’s Incognito Mode

Incognito Mode or “private browsing” is a privacy feature that disables the browsing history of the Chrome browser. Apart from that, it allows you to browse websites without storing local data, cookies, cache, etc. Many a time, this mode is also used for secure browsings like carrying out certain banking or transaction activities. But it …

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600,000 GPS Trackers are Using the Default “123456” Password

600,000 GPS Trackers are Using the Default “123456” Password At least 600,000 GPS trackers manufactured by a company in China are using the default “123456” password, according to researchers at cyber-security firm Avast. The researchers say that the default password makes it easy for hackers to hijack user accounts. Once hijacked, they can spy on …

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