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  1. Weekly Rundown: Lost Google Image Search Traffic, Facebook Search Ads & More

    The State of Mobile Advertising, Q1 2013 – Opera Software must: be pre-approved by Google; offer one-click, complete uninstall; provide clear, full disclosure and transparency to people about what is being installed and what changes are being made...

  2. The Trouble with Tribbles: Beyond Google’s Cookiegate Browser Settings Hype

    Essentially, Apple engineers were trying to make Safari work as seamlessly as IE, Firefox, and Opera in this regard. As of January 2012, five browsers split the majority of the market: Mozilla’s Firefox 37.1 percent Google Chrome 35.3 percent...

  3. Germany Threatens to Fine Companies That Use Google Analytics

    Caspar said data from Safari and Opera browsers can't be properly protected by a previously announced browser add-on, which exposes 10 percent of Internet users in the country (Google also announced that addresses are made anonymous by using only...

  4. Yahoo to Launch New, Comprehensive Mobile Portal

    Opera Mini 4.2 - An integrated version of the world's most popular mobile web browser, with easy return to the Yahoo! will launch a new mobile experience called, wait for it, Yahoo! Mobile. It will be available via mobile web and downloadable...

  5. SearchDay | Search Shifts and Predictions for 2009

    Firefox is now over 20% and browsers such as Safari, Opera, and Google's Chrome make up the rest. Google Offers Browser Security Handbook Posted by Frank Watson Jan 2, 2009 Google recently published a Browser Security Handbook and given that they...

  6. IE Browsers Drop Below 70% Market Share

    Firefox is now over 20% and browsers such as Safari, Opera, and Google's Chrome make up the rest. The Dallas Morning News reported Internet Explorer - Microsoft's pervasive web browser - has fallen to 68% market share.