Privacy is a pretty big deal, and nowhere moreso than on our web browsers. Mozilla has just released a new Firefox Beta for Android, Phone Scoop tells us, that adds a Do Not Track feature so users can control the privacy of their browsing sessions.
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JanSt / MOD
May. 22, 2011 at 14:37
Quick Poll: who uses Firefox Mobile?
I hate it. And frankly, I don't know why they even bother with a mobile version??? Can anyone enlighten me? They have been 'at it' for years, and it sucks imho. webOS, Maemo, winmo, Android... I've tried them all since the ridiculous minimo effort... It's as though noone in Mozilla has ever used a mobile.
SO: what am I missing???
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