Google estimated to be paying $9 billion to be Safari's default search engine

  1. Google estimated to be paying $9 billion to be Safari’s default search engine  Android Police
  2. Google could pay Apple $9 billion to be default search engine on iPhones  Digit
  3. Google is shelling out billions to remain the default search engine for Apple’s Safari browser  Notebookcheck.net (press release)
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Google to Pay Apple $12 Billion to Remain Safari's Default Search Engine in 2019: Report

  1. Google to Pay Apple $12 Billion to Remain Safari’s Default Search Engine in 2019: Report  Fortune
  2. Google’s Default Search Status In iOS Safari Could Bring $9 Billion Apple Windfall  Hot Hardware
  3. Report: Google to pay Apple $9 billion to remain default search engine on Safari  Search Engine Land
  4. Apple Looks Down on Ads But Takes Billions From Google  Bloomberg
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Chrome On Android Sends Google 50 Times More Data Than Safari

  1. Chrome On Android Sends Google 50 Times More Data Than Safari  Android Headlines
  2. It’s almost impossible to escape Google’s tracking, new study shows  Chicago Tribune
  3. Study Shows iPhones More Private Than Android Phones  The Mac Observer
  4. Google Data Collection – Digital Content Next  Digital Content Next
  5. A new study suggests that Google collects more consumer data than users think (way more)  AdAge.com
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Safari Gains Favicon Support in iOS 12 and macOS Mojave

  1. Safari Gains Favicon Support in iOS 12 and macOS Mojave  Mac Rumors
  2. New Safari privacy features on MacOS Mojave and iOS 12 crack down on nosy websites  CNET
  3. Here’s What the New Safari Will (and Won’t) Do to Protect Your Privacy  Laptop Mag
  4. Facebook Gave Device Makers Deep Access to Data on Users and Friends  New York Times
  5. How Apple avoids the ‘techlash’  CNNMoney
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New Safari privacy features on MacOS Mojave and iOS 12 crack down on nosy websites

  1. New Safari privacy features on MacOS Mojave and iOS 12 crack down on nosy websites  CNET
  2. How to Learn Which Apps Will Stop Working on Your Mac When 32-Bit Support Ends  Mac Rumors
  3. Apple Unveils macOS Mojave: Dark Mode, All-New App Store, Stacks, And More  Tech Times
  4. Leaked macOS 10.14 screenshots show off new dark mode, Apple News app for Mac, and Xcode 10 [update: video]  9to5Mac
  5. macOS Mojave adds dark mode and improved organization options  Engadget
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A reminder that you should definitely stay in your car while driving through a safari park

A reminder that you should definitely stay in your car while driving through a safari parkIt should go without saying that those who venture on a car safari to view potentially dangerous animals should not leave their vehicles.  Still, there will always be those who defy reasoning, like this decidedly bold group of tourists seen dodging a few aggressive cheetahs while walking through a Netherlands safari park.  SEE ALSO: Why scientists think cows could be the largest animals on land in 300 years Despite the title on this video, via YouTube channel FPE Humor, this is no “brutal” cheetah attack. Everyone in the clip appears to be fine. Still, it’s pretty unnerving to watch: A longer video on FPE Humor’s channel says the clip was shot at Beekse Bergen park near Tilburg in the Netherlands.  The park’s regulations for its car safari offerings specifies that participants “are not permitted to leave their vehicles” during the tour, and that “[w]indows and doors must be closed during the entire journey.” The visitors seen in the video above appear to have abided by neither rule and, naturally, things went awry. Consider this a gentle reminder that there are smarter ways to behave around huge, unpredictable animals. WATCH: Over 50,000 bees were rescued and given a new home at the Cincinnati Zoo


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